Fregene's Pizza

★★★☆☆
  • 356 Petaluma Blvd N

    Petaluma, CA 94952

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  • 707-762-7000

About Fregene's Pizza

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Sun, 11pm - 9pm; Mon - Thu, 11am - 9pm; Fri - Sat, 11am - 10pm

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Fregene's Pizza

160 Petaluma Blvd N Petaluma, CA

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This small space was occupied by teen staff fooling around, your slice of pizza wont exactly be fresh, it will be some of the stuff up at the counter already made with some of your selected toppings added and put back into the oven.. mediocre at best.

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★★☆☆☆

This small space was occupied by teen staff fooling around, your slice of pizza wont exactly be fresh, it will be some of the stuff up at the counter already made with some of your selected toppings added and put back into the oven.. mediocre at best.

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I first want to write just noting that the review above or below me is copy pasted from a their website and b another review site. The kid who thought the pizza was yummy is related to the owner one of two. Ok so I went in to get serviced by a red haired man with a horrible attitude who didnt seem to have the time of day to be in the restraunt. The pizza he delivered was oily on top and soggy in the middle. This was a slice of pizza. No refund was given for the under cooked pizza but I did get a coupon for a free medium w/e type of pizza so I ordered it with their cream sauce and peperoni. Lets just mention that you can taste spoiled dairy product in either their cheese or sauce. After that the pizza came out the same way in the Sebastopol store. The peperoni were slimy even after being baked which is a sign of spoilage usually. I gave them a star since Im generous. If the experiance had left me without food poisioning I would have tried one of their other stores to check on the quality. Im just not that brave of a man sorry folks.

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★☆☆☆☆

I first want to write just noting that the review above or below me is copy pasted from a their website and b another review site. The kid who thought the pizza was yummy is related to the owner one of two. Ok so I went in to get serviced by a red haired man with a horrible attitude who didnt seem to have the time of day to be in the restraunt. The pizza he delivered was oily on top and soggy in the middle. This was a slice of pizza. No refund was given for the under cooked pizza but I did get a coupon for a free medium w/e type of pizza so I ordered it with their cream sauce and peperoni. Lets just mention that you can taste spoiled dairy product in either their cheese or sauce. After that the pizza came out the same way in the Sebastopol store. The peperoni were slimy even after being baked which is a sign of spoilage usually. I gave them a star since Im generous. If the experiance had left me without food poisioning I would have tried one of their other stores to check on the quality. Im just not that brave of a man sorry folks.

Pros: It had cool coloring and decour.

Cons: The food was spoiled and even the croustinis were out of date.

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What makes Fregene's exciting is its product. Words really cannot describe how their award winning pizza's (and other products) surpass other delivery pizza chains. Their creative combinations of gourmet toppings has the appeal for most consumers and, I can personally attest to its appeal with children. My three year old son and I order pizza at least twice a month and he loves it (and more importantly, will eat it several days later and still say "it's yummy"!)

What set's Fregene's apart from the competition is it's thin and crispy crust developed by its founding chef four years ago. It's fantastic pizza and I was hooked the first time I tasted it. Whether Chef Glenn Cybulski is winning awards (over 40 so far) or judging other food events in Sonoma, the founder is in the community. And the simple fact that Fregene's donates 10% of sales back to locale schools through their "In Partnership With Education" fund raising project keeps me a devoted fan!

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★★★★★

What makes Fregene's exciting is its product. Words really cannot describe how their award winning pizza's (and other products) surpass other delivery pizza chains. Their creative combinations of gourmet toppings has the appeal for most consumers and, I can personally attest to its appeal with children. My three year old son and I order pizza at least twice a month and he loves it (and more importantly, will eat it several days later and still say "it's yummy"!)

What set's Fregene's apart from the competition is it's thin and crispy crust developed by its founding chef four years ago. It's fantastic pizza and I was hooked the first time I tasted it. Whether Chef Glenn Cybulski is winning awards (over 40 so far) or judging other food events in Sonoma, the founder is in the community. And the simple fact that Fregene's donates 10% of sales back to locale schools through their "In Partnership With Education" fund raising project keeps me a devoted fan!

 

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