Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Graham. Graham is a census-designated place (CDP) in Pierce County, Washington, United States. The population was 8,739 at the 2000 census and grew to 23,491 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 72 reviews
The Rock Wood-fired Pizza & Spirits is a family focused, full service casual dining concept. Though focusing on gourmet wood fired pizza, The Rock offers an array of pastas, burgers, sandwiches and salads. Add unique microbrews and cocktails to the list a
We met some friends here for dinner and had a fun experience. The food and drinks were good and we enjoyed the rock music in the background. Our server was prompt and friendly.Thank you for the taking the time to review us! Hope to see you again soon.-Sincerely, GM Neil L.
4 based on 24 reviews
Great dinner. Fabulous service. We went in late and had no issues with orders. Nice chilled Chardonnay. Great pepperoni pizza. friends had calzone it was great too The grinder was delicious too!! Thank you for yet another great place to enjoy our pizza! Nice clean bathroom. Clean restaurant even at closing time. We will go back!!! Even the fountain outside was peaceful.
3 based on 22 reviews
Stopped in for lunch and ended up ordering two pizzas, a pineapple and Canadian bacon, and Margarita. Other than a salad, the menu is limited if you are looking for a vegetarian option. The Margarita pizza was delivered topped with congealed cheese and balsamic vinegar, some type of gritty red sauce and a sprinkling of diced tomatoes. The crust was alternately mushy in the center and doughy/gummy on the outside. Most boxed, frozen pizzas, as bad as they can be, are better than this "artisan" pizza from Farrelli's. The large pizza was $27 and a cup of coffee $3.75, so the grand total for one small pizza and one large, plus two cups of coffee came to a grand total of $49.16.
4 based on 24 reviews
This is one of the worst delivery experiences I ever had. A pizza for 33.00 delivered an hour later, lukewarm, tasting like cardboard. I had called the restaurant back twice when the promised 45 mn delivery was exceeded. And the staff and delivery service were anything but helpful. To make matters worse, we live right around the corner.
3 based on 18 reviews
we stopped for dinner last night with our grandkids. I ordered the prime rib sandwich which they were out of. the kids wanted mac & cheese which they only had fried and breaded mac & cheese. ( apparently they don't have kids ) the food took longer than we are used to, to come out but once it came it was just ok. the kids did order the fried mac & cheese and the dog liked it pretty good. the waitress was nice and attentive but must have been working the bar as well as we didn't see her to much and once she took my credit card it took her quite a while to return. all in all we would probably try it again without the grandkids
4 based on 41 reviews
I like the idea of pay one price to build your own pizza. You can get a 6" mini for under $7 and an 11" for under $9. The crust is thin but that was fine because I like thin crust pizza. They also serve salads and beer. Will be back.
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Domino's is Domino's - not a lot of variance from restaurant to restaurant, and that's a good thing. I've ordered from this Dominos in Graham multiple times and never had an incorrect or late order. Food is consistently good and on par with other Domino's establishments. I'll continue to return to this location.
3 based on 52 reviews
Met friends here for dinner on a weekday evening. Place was not crowded and we were seated immediatey. The menu probably has something for anyone's taste. The Tuscan Chicken and Lasagna were hits at our table. Service was good as were the prices. The atmosphere was nothing special but it was clean and comfortable.
This Domino's, as well as the Domino's on Meridian in Puyallup, remain consistent and very good. I remember when Domino's was struggling and made the turn towards quality and it sure shows. Pizza is made so quick, and so convenient to follow the status of your order online. The traditional garlic crust pizza is excellent and my personal favorite is their thin crust cheese pizzas. I've eaten pizza in almost every pizza establishment in Puyallup and in the area and have to give the nod to Domino's which shocked even me. Overall you can't go wrong at this Domino's..
4 based on 82 reviews
Maybe this place has had a change of ownership-or perhaps, cooks.I ordered the Alaskan cod fish and chips, with a salad on the side. I ordered no cheese or onions on the salad. Apparently that's all they put on it other than a large serving of sliced black olives and croutons, for that's what I got. Nothing else. Then: my fish. It was advertised as "Alaskan cod" but it was FLAT as a pancake, no, actually, a good pancake is not as flat as this stuff. Three pieces of FLAT fish. Over breaded, over cooked, dry as a bone, tasteless, and thin. Think a single piece of pita bread...that's how thin it was. My industrial crinkle cut french fries were just barely warm and not at all good. My husband got the pizza. It, too, was so thin it wasn't so much a crust as it was a flattened cracker...and the consistency was about the same as a cracker. A small, single serving pizza was no larger than a saucer.Parking was ample, the service okay, the bathrooms were very clean.IF I go back, (we only go there because our elderly friends find it a convenient spot to meet ) I am not sure what I'll order...but it won't be much. That way I won't feel as if I was overcharged for a low quality meal.
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