The Pizza:     

Toppings:  Ample, but greasy and indistinct.

Crust:  Greasy, lacking flavor. A thin crust but without any particular flavor or character.

Sauce:  Not enough, crust would support more. Flavor was OK but nothing to write home about.

 We ordered the Rigazzi’s “Traditional” which consisted of pepperoni, sausage, roasted garlic and mushroom. While spice and salt were strong, the flavor was lacking in distinction and reminded us of something just a little better than a cheap frozen pizza (think Totinos). We couldn’t finish any more than half of our 12″ pizza (rare for the Pizza Kings) and soon after had the dreaded feeling of a “gut bomb” sitting in our stomachs.

Other food:  The garlic bread was salty but yummy – the best food of our visit.

Other Data and Info (not included in rating)

Visited Friday, June 29th, 2012 about 6:30pm

Service: Fast and solicitous, friendly help. Our counter help was willing to please.

Atmosphere: New and clean. Well maintained. Sports and family atmosphere with separate party room. Definitely catering to the sport team clientele.

Conclusion: If you want a place to take the team after the game and just need to fill your gut, this will work. But until our next visit, we can’t recommend this pizza.

Final Rugazzi’s Rating:

2 Crowns