Reviews on Pizza food in Gray, Maine, United States. Gray is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States. The population was 7,761 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Portland–South Portland–Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area. Gray is located at the intersection of state Routes 4, 26, 100, 115, 202 and the Maine Turnpike exit 63 midway between Portland and the Lewiston-Auburn metropolitan area. The town includes frontage on Little Sebago Lake, Crystal Lake, and Forest Lake.
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It's been two years since my last visit here. Stopped in to get a sandwich and visit with the always gregarious and helpful owner Mark Fortin. I tried the Cuban sandwich which was deelish. In fact, it was so good that I came back later for a second one before driving up to Bar Harbor. This place has a well stocked Wine Shop and Mark can help you find the right wine for any occasion. He now has an in-house butcher with a nice selection of steaks, tips, and sausage. He also gets fresh fish so check out the Facebook page for when it arrives. Always great food with friendly and helpful service. You won't be disappointed.
Cheap quality pizza to go. Not like the Little Caesers of twenty years ago! Quality suffered and menu offerings have been reduced to basic pizza and breadsticks.
4 based on 85 reviews
We had family visiting from out of state and wanted a pizza, so we decided to give Pat's a try. Ordered a large pizza with everything, two Ruben sandwiches, one hot Italian sausage sandwich, a order of onion rings and two orders of fried mushrooms. My brother-in-law liked the pizza. I liked the sausage sandwich, the Ruben sandwiches were DRY. 95% meat, 4% cabbage 1% dressing. Just to dry to choke down, pitty. The onion rings were okay. We had ordered two orders of mushrooms, but got one container that we are assuming was supposed to be two. Not cool. Because one of the orders was for a person who does not like to eat/share food, so it was awarkard. I am not sure if we will try this again, maybe...
4 based on 16 reviews
We have come to look to CHOP (as we locals call it) for a good, reasonably priced pizza as well as some greek specialties and sandwiches, available in 15-20 minutes! They have never missed a thing or gotten our order wrong and food has always been fresh. The small bar/service area attached is nice for a quick bite and a beer. We have eaten in and taken out many times. Definitely give them a try if you are up this way or just passing through hungry!
4 based on 141 reviews
my "rebel cuzs" enjoy eating and believe me the 3 weeks they stay here.....2 trips a day to 2 different eating establishments.....no exaggeration.....1000 miles of journeys to different places.....to roses....twice a week....each and every meal.....no joke.....off the chart....well worth the trip for everyone....keep it up....don't change...we live only 15 miles from their front door....and pass thur that door many times a year.....doesn't break the bank either.....just ...DO IT....!!....
5 based on 72 reviews
Food is fantastic: fresh, well prepared and tasty. Good menu, with plenty of options, nice and different beverages. Pizzas are very fresh, I would recommend them. The market has some interesting local products, it is worthy to take a look. Staff really friendly, the model seems to be trust-based, where you consume and go to the cashier to pay. Really interesting and nice.
3 based on 23 reviews
Ordered a large pepperoni pizza with light cheese. Have high cholesterol and not supposed to eat cheese, so didn't want much cheese.Pizza had so much cheese on it, it was just chewy. That was the only way to describe it. Ordered light cheese, so I guess they decided it didn't need any sauce because we couldn't find the sauce. The only good thing on the pizza was the crust around it. Last time we ordered extra sauce because they don't put much on, but they charged us extra, so didn't order it this time. Apparently light cheese means put a lot on. Very disappointed. Not sure we will even try them again.
Tried this bar tonight for the first time. Really like the atmosphere, very relaxed, though I will bet it gets a bit rowdy later in the evening. Friendly staff, reasonable prices, somewhat limited menu but a fair variety to choose from. Food was pretty good. Not gourmet by any means but it was cooked well and tasted good.
Local restaurant serving a variety of great food including pizza. Prime rib specials are offered weekly. Large bar with beers on tap. Fun place to bring the family or to meet and hang out with friends.
Good and generous portions in a busy pizza place and bar. Excellent daily sales. They seem to not deep fry anything which is good unless you hunger for deep fried chicken and fries.
4 based on 27 reviews
This used to be our regular Friday night spot, even though the food is average and the fries and onion rings are frozen, baked - not fried - and often under or over cooked. Other times, the food is OK to good but undependable. Sometimes the pizza is blah and frozen, other times it's quite tasty. I still remember ordering a meatball sub that didn't look or taste like any meatball sub I've ever had - and not in a good way. For the prices they charge and for the portions served, it's not a good value. On the plus side (only), the waitresses are friendly and attentive. The problems definitely do not lie with them. We now go to the Cumberland House of Pizza in Cumberland. The food is freshly made, the fries are deliciously fried, and you always get your money's worth. The service is excellent and it's obvious the owners appreciate your business. They go out of their way to welcome you and make sure you are completely satisfied. I can't say the same for Jess & Nic's.
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