Abo's Pizza

★★☆☆☆
  • 10731 E Alameda Ave

    Aurora, CO 80012

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  • 303-364-9916

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I ordered two large pies with extra cheese and pepperoni at 6:30 last night over the phone. Was told it would be ready between 7:00 and 7:30, still not sure what that means. Got there at 7:10, where the doofus behind the counter confirmed my order of two large with pepperoni and extra cheese. Then I waited. And waited. Finally at 7:30 my order was ready. Got to the car, checked the pizza's and they were both pepperoni with olives. Wouldn't have been a big deal, except I had five picky kids waiting for me and I knew they wouldn't eat it. So I went back in to get the right pizzas. Pizza-making doofus checked the order on the register thingy and confirmed my order. Then he told me he couldn't remake my order because they ran out of "pizza cheese". Say what? Abo's PIZZA ran out of cheese 7:30 on a Tuesday night? Really? He refunded my money and I left, never to return again.

In the twenty minutes I sat there, I watched and they made two pizzas. I've never seen anyone in the restaurant business move so slow. Three guys "working" behind the counter, and it was like watching grass grow. I still can't believe it. No wonder it took an hour to make two pizzas. Don't care how busy they pretended to be, shouldn't take an hour for a pizza. Must be a Denver thing, cause a pizza in NYC takes no more than 10 minutes... 2 to make, 8 to bake. Time to move back and have real NYC pizza.

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★☆☆☆☆

I ordered two large pies with extra cheese and pepperoni at 6:30 last night over the phone. Was told it would be ready between 7:00 and 7:30, still not sure what that means. Got there at 7:10, where the doofus behind the counter confirmed my order of two large with pepperoni and extra cheese. Then I waited. And waited. Finally at 7:30 my order was ready. Got to the car, checked the pizza's and they were both pepperoni with olives. Wouldn't have been a big deal, except I had five picky kids waiting for me and I knew they wouldn't eat it. So I went back in to get the right pizzas. Pizza-making doofus checked the order on the register thingy and confirmed my order. Then he told me he couldn't remake my order because they ran out of "pizza cheese". Say what? Abo's PIZZA ran out of cheese 7:30 on a Tuesday night? Really? He refunded my money and I left, never to return again.

In the twenty minutes I sat there, I watched and they made two pizzas. I've never seen anyone in the restaurant business move so slow. Three guys "working" behind the counter, and it was like watching grass grow. I still can't believe it. No wonder it took an hour to make two pizzas. Don't care how busy they pretended to be, shouldn't take an hour for a pizza. Must be a Denver thing, cause a pizza in NYC takes no more than 10 minutes... 2 to make, 8 to bake. Time to move back and have real NYC pizza.

Pros: none

Cons: Crappy and slow service

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Rather than going to Quizno's or Subway again, we thought we'd try the Deli Zone. The sandwich's were good, but not the greatest for the price over Subway or Quizno's

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★★★☆☆

Rather than going to Quizno's or Subway again, we thought we'd try the Deli Zone. The sandwich's were good, but not the greatest for the price over Subway or Quizno's

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