The one’s I’ve seen left seem to be in K-Marts, both in southern California, and NJ…… they look pretty sad to me…
good perhaps for an 8 year old kid who does’nt know any better;
Boring , bland pizza………
We have about 10 of them here in Birmingham but for the life of me I don’t see how they are still open. We order Papa Johns, they deliver and they have chicken fingers that are pretty good. I hate pizza as I worked my way through college at a joint called Papa Joes, delivery only. I have to admit, we kicked out some great pie! Nothing like a chain, which is why it was so derned good! But now the smell of any pizza is not so hot.
man Little ceasars takes me back. In the 80s they actually made a pretty good pie. Then all closed near me in north west ohio. I moved to Middletown ohio in 92 and there was one there and Lebanon. I took the management position at the one in Lebanon. Part of why they had a hard time keeping up is alot of locations dont deliver or have dine in. All the ones down here are now closed. Wierd to see they still a part of the big 4, When i havent seen one in prob 2 years.
Well, for those that are looking for a budget pizza, there’s more locations comming:
DETROIT — The Ilitch family’s Little Caesar Enterprises Inc. says it plans to add hundreds of pizza outlets around the country, reversing a shrinkage that has reduced the number of stores from 5,000 in the early 1990s to 2,000 today.
The privately held company says it will open outlets in areas that include Georgia, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Oregon and Washington, D.C.
Rest of the story: http://www.woodtv.com/Global/story.asp?S=4659381
The LC’s here in Topeka, KS all closed about 5 years ago. We rarely ate their pizza – it was crappy, even for Topeka.
My daughter and her buddies went to LC’s all the time when she was in high schoo, though, because it was close and they could get lunch for about $2.
Little Caesars closed many years ago in my city but I remember the only times I went there was when I was funding a kid’s party. You could feed dozens of them for $20 and no one complained!
If Little Caesar’s had been the first pizza I had ever tasted, I would have sworn off pizza forever. If they are still around, good luck. If they are not, rest in peace. The only thing they had going for them is that they were cheap. And they tasted like it. Yuck.[:(][:(][:(]
I like their subs better….
As I recall,Herman had a couple of sisters.
Are the Butts big in Schertz?
[:p]They just recently opened one up here in Schertz on FarmRoad 3009
and they moved the one on Pat Booker in Universal City to Kittyhawk Rd. next to the new H.E.B. Their pizza is alright,but i prefer Papa John’s which we also have.
H.E.B. stands for Herman E.Butt,who founded the grocery chain with headquaters in San Antonio,for you folks not from Texas.
Godfather’s Pizza is still around,but not here anymore.
I have a friend whose family buys the $5 LC pizza’s every single week. That is their pizza of choice because it is the cheapest.
I’ve eaten it more than I’d like. There are certainly better pizza chains out there. LC is near the bottom (if not AT the bottom) on my list.
yes they are.. there is one that’s about 10-15 minutes from my house (depending on notre dame traffic). they have the hottest chicken wings of any pizza place i’ve ever tried and their crazy bread is awesome too. also you can’t beat the price $5.00 for ANY one topping large (yes dominos has the 555 deal but that’s on mediums).. check out this link — it will help you find the one nearest you. also – to get a free order of crazy bread go to the kids page link and print out one of the color pages- there’s a free coupon on the bottom of each of the pages ( i think they expire 12/05 but they might have more once the new year starts)
the only draw back about little ceasars is that they don’t deliver ( at least not in this area) so we have to time our pick up just right when ND is playing home. it’s the only pizza we eat during ND football games!!!
good luck and enjoy
Being an American I don’t have to guess, I know. What there is alot of are men and WOmen who flat don’t like pineapple on their pizza, hence they are dropping it in favor of a topping that their research tells them will sell. It’s all about pleasing the customer.
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