Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Albion, Michigan, United States. Albion is a city in Calhoun County in the south central region of the Lower Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 8,616 at the 2010 census and is part of the Battle Creek Metropolitan Statistical Area. From the time that the earliest English-speaking settlers arrived, the area has also been known as The Forks, because it is situated at the confluence of the north and south branches of the Kalamazoo River. The Festival of the Forks has been held annually since 1967 to celebrate Albion's ethnic heritage.
4 based on 49 reviews
Small bar / restaurant / pizza
Sue is awesome! This is top notch in downtown Albion. Great food- donât miss out on the breadsticks, pizza, or the French dip. Thank you!
4 based on 23 reviews
Our building at 301 N Clinton was a train warehouse and we have created an amazing restaurant and atmosphere. The employees and one of a kind. They will insure you have the best experience. The menu consists of award winning Pizza, 13 Subs, creative fresh
Ginas is hands down one of the best places in Albion to get a Sandwich. They've got a nice variety and their breads are homemade. They also feature a special of the day, a variety of soups that are homemade and pizza and wings. We go there a few times a month and are never disappointed. Since moving to the new location downtown they've added an ice cream bar. Great place to grab some dinner and then a movie at the Bohm.
This place has been around for quite awhile and nothing has changed. At least since I started going here 45 years ago. One thing has changed and that is the pizza isn't nearly as good as it used to be. OK for an old friend meet and greet and a shot and a beer but that is about it.
We stopped at this exit to get some food and then get back onto the highway. We let our TomTom search for restaurants along our route. We had picked a family style restaurant from the TomTom listing and drove there. It (the family style restaurant) did not look that great. We saw that there was a Pizza Hut across the road and we said, let's go to the Pizza Hut. At least we know the chain and what to expect.WELL we were wrong. This Pizza Hut was terribly outdated. The waitress may very well have been new to the job. She handled herself well considering what we experienced.We ordered the spaghetti. For an extra $1.50 you could add meatballs to the dish. The order was delivered without the side salad that we had ordered. And the meatballs were still frozen. We called the waitress over. (She was clearing a table)She said I'm working on your salad. (But she was clearing a table?)I said, can we see you for a minute. She came over and we explained that the meatballs were still frozen. She said that she would have new meatballs prepared for us. We told her not to bother and to just not charge us for them.The good news is that they did not charge us at all for the dinner. Thank you.The second problem with the meal was that the salad was delivered without any salad dressing on it. Rather than call her over, we just went up to the salad bar and added our own dressing.. Maybe that is what we were supposed to do, but no one told us. When the meatballs arrived frozen, I said we'll have to write to Trip Advisor. When they took the order off of the bill, I said - maybe we don't need to write a review..But after giving it some thought I decided to write this review.This Pizza Hut is not up to corporate standards.
Complete and utter disrespect for repeat customers. Every time the âmanagerâ Stephanie answers the phone I am out of delivery range. But Iâve had pizza delivered to my home 20+ times in the last year. I donât understand the lack of respect or customer satisfaction. Never ordering again after. Being hung up on.
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