Little Caesars Rocks.
I went to the Little Caesars at I35 and 620. I got the three meat pizza- eight bucks for a large! I usually get the crazy bread, but went for the wings instead. I'm usually a little skeptical when it comes to wings from a pizza place, but these were really good. The guy there suggested skipping the hot sauce, and he was right. I WILL be ordering those again.
Worthless Little Caesars location.
I went in this LC location tonight specifically for Baby Pan Pan. If you've ever eaten at LC, you likely know Baby PanPan and Crazy Bread are the sole reason for LC's existence and are what set them apart from other pizza chains.
I stopped by this location, which after six months of living here, I for the first time realize there is a Little Caesars on one of the routes I take home. After looking for any recognizable menu board and realizing there is no menu board posted, I ask the cashier about ordering a personal size pizza. As I was clearly talking to him, a female supervisor came to the front, ignoring the fact that I was asking the young man a question, and proceeded to start her own conversation with him. After she darted into the back again, he told me they do not have any personal size pizzas and seemed like he had never heard of Baby PanPan. I left in disbelief.
Long-standing pizza chain delivers doughy, savory-sauced pies from strip malls and locales far and wide.. In Short 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.