Rizzo Bakery

★★★☆☆

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Rizzo's is a very cheap, rip-off kinda place! Their hot lunch dishes are not weighed and then priced accordingly... Instead they have this annoying and very unprofessional way of just filling your dish with as much as they THINK you should have! Not charging per pound like every other deli in history, they decide arbitrarily how full the dish should be! Some days its not bad the next its mostly empty. This brings me to the old woman who is ALWAYS THERE! She is so cheap... the dish is half empty and she HATES giving you much meat at all. She'll even go so far as to cut little chicken pieces in half making them even smaller!! Of course they ALWAYS charge you the whole $7.00 for the lunch dish! Grrrr

I find this an arbitrary and cheap way of doing business that leaves the customer forever unsure if they got their moneys worth or just got cheated.

One more thing that bugs me about this place. They have this homeless guy who they let sell all kinds of junk off their sidewalk!! The front of their store is full of flea-market type products in cardboard boxes with this homeless character looking to sell you a tacky plaster statue or some irregular t-shirts! lol

It seems to me that Rizzo's will try any trick in the book to get an extra penny out of you, and honestly I find it offending! Even though the lunch is pretty good I choose to go elsewhere!

Also: Order a slice with sausage there and what you'll get is only SIX little slices of sausage that were cut super-thin on their deli slicer... the sausage is PAPER THIN! Have you ever had sausage on your pizza that you could pick up and look through because they were so thin? ROFL Well you will at Rizzos!! That's Rizzo's idea of a dollars worth of sausage. I imagine they buy their Pepperoni pre-sliced and have NOT YET found a way to slice the pepperoni equally paper-thin. hehe

Rizzo's figures IF you can SEE and SMELL the sausage then you can fool your belly into thinking you just actually ATE some sausage! hehe Something tells me this is NOT how Rizzo's cut the sausage inside the Rizzo's own household!

CHEAP SKATES! Makes you wonder... If they're being this visibly cheap out in the open, whats going on in the backroom that you can't see? They must be doing many cheap, pinch-penny activities out of sight. I just don't trust them, their cheap tactics frighten me!

The cheap older woman with the housecoat and little glasses can't be too worried about money though... I always see her in Central Liqueur's (next door) playing the lottery a couple of times a day!! heh

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Rizzo's is a very cheap, rip-off kinda place! Their hot lunch dishes are not weighed and then priced accordingly... Instead they have this annoying and very unprofessional way of just filling your dish with as much as they THINK you should have! Not charging per pound like every other deli in history, they decide arbitrarily how full the dish should be! Some days its not bad the next its mostly empty. This brings me to the old woman who is ALWAYS THERE! She is so cheap... the dish is half empty and she HATES giving you much meat at all. She'll even go so far as to cut little chicken pieces in half making them even smaller!! Of course they ALWAYS charge you the whole $7.00 for the lunch dish! Grrrr

I find this an arbitrary and cheap way of doing business that leaves the customer forever unsure if they got their moneys worth or just got cheated.

One more thing that bugs me about this place. They have this homeless guy who they let sell all kinds of junk off their sidewalk!! The front of their store is full of flea-market type products in cardboard boxes with this homeless character looking to sell you a tacky plaster statue or some irregular t-shirts! lol

It seems to me that Rizzo's will try any trick in the book to get an extra penny out of you, and honestly I find it offending! Even though the lunch is pretty good I choose to go elsewhere!

Also: Order a slice with sausage there and what you'll get is only SIX little slices of sausage that were cut super-thin on their deli slicer... the sausage is PAPER THIN! Have you ever had sausage on your pizza that you could pick up and look through because they were so thin? ROFL Well you will at Rizzos!! That's Rizzo's idea of a dollars worth of sausage. I imagine they buy their Pepperoni pre-sliced and have NOT YET found a way to slice the pepperoni equally paper-thin. hehe

Rizzo's figures IF you can SEE and SMELL the sausage then you can fool your belly into thinking you just actually ATE some sausage! hehe Something tells me this is NOT how Rizzo's cut the sausage inside the Rizzo's own household!

CHEAP SKATES! Makes you wonder... If they're being this visibly cheap out in the open, whats going on in the backroom that you can't see? They must be doing many cheap, pinch-penny activities out of sight. I just don't trust them, their cheap tactics frighten me!

The cheap older woman with the housecoat and little glasses can't be too worried about money though... I always see her in Central Liqueur's (next door) playing the lottery a couple of times a day!! heh

Cons: Too many

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When they are operating at their highest, this place is the best--unfortunately they are not always at their highest. The deliverers often bring the wrong things or forget things. But, the pizza is amazing. The house pie is a humongous, wonderful pizza that takes two boxes full of overlapped pizzas just to be delivered--the tortellini with vodka sauce is their best dish, but don't order it on a Tuesday, it always seems to come out runny that day!

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★★★★☆

When they are operating at their highest, this place is the best--unfortunately they are not always at their highest. The deliverers often bring the wrong things or forget things. But, the pizza is amazing. The house pie is a humongous, wonderful pizza that takes two boxes full of overlapped pizzas just to be delivered--the tortellini with vodka sauce is their best dish, but don't order it on a Tuesday, it always seems to come out runny that day!

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