Riverton >Little Caesars Pizza
The employee behind the counter stood there staring at the cash register with noone at the counter for a good 45 seconds while there were 4 of us waiting in line for him to be ready to take our orders (im unsure how long he had done the same before my arrival).
once he took the first person in line he sounded stoned out of his mind and handed the lady her pizza (from a rack which was not even in the heater oven) she left and the next individual went up to the counter, him and the next individuals orders went well. they walked up to the counter, paid, and left with there pizza (as it should be)
after the first lady left and while the other 2 were getting there orders i saw the individual who prepares the food. an unkept person, long greasy hair (not in a hairnet) with a toothpick hanging out of his mouth (barly being held with his teeth).
i decided i was going to take the risk and order my food as well, a 5 dollar "Hot and Ready" pizza (i was very hungry as i hadnt eaten yet and the risk was acceptable to me) well i get to the counter, ask for a peperoni pizza, and the responce "youll have to wait about 10 minutes"
needless to say i will never recomend this little ceasers to anyone
Long-standing pizza chain delivers doughy, savory-sauced pies from strip malls and locales far and wide..
With locations across the country, this mostly carryout pizza purveyor started in Michigan in 1959, thanks to an injured shortstop from the Detroit Tigers farm team. Known for its traditional round pizzas, Little Caesar's also offers a square deep-dish variety with toppings like pepperoni, sausage, ham, black olives and anchovies. The menu stays simple with a few additional bites like wings, garlic and Parmesan-sprinkled bread sticks, a handful of sub sandwiches and salads.
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