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  #2004524 29-Apr-2018 13:06
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Was that for a single pizza or per head? If I recall correctly, they charged per head. You would go and get slices from this buffet-like thing and they also had drinks and desserts too. My family would go for special occasions.


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  #2004584 29-Apr-2018 15:25
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Was that for a single pizza or per head? If I recall correctly, they charged per head. You would go and get slices from this buffet-like thing and they also had drinks and desserts too. My family would go for special occasions.

 

 

$20+ was the dine in price per pizza. All the dine in restaurants had the buffet menu and a la carte, and if memory serves me correctly the buffet was not originally there.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2004586 29-Apr-2018 15:34
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The last prices in the past years were $16 per person for dinner and $12 per person for lunch. Pretty good considering you got pasta, desert, pizza and salads! Not to mention unlimited mozzarella cheese! 





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  #2004610 29-Apr-2018 16:51
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All good till they Changed to a 16slice cut and only a premium/popular one every 4-5th out. And orders took priority

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  #2004752 29-Apr-2018 21:57
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Yeah but for $11 lunch was a pretty mean deal nonetheless.




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