Perry’s Pizza was our Wednesday night out. Perry’s had one of the best pizzas outside of New York city. However, about a month ago they started hacking up their mushrooms into little, tiny quarter inch pieces. Who does this? And why would they even think that this is the way mushrooms should be put on a pizza. Although there is still mushroom flavor, there is no sensation of actually eating mushrooms. I raised this issue with the store manager who told me “This is the way we are doing it now.” Well, hooray for you. I’d rather actually experience chewing mushrooms on my pizza. So, we have started going to other pizza places on our Wednesday night out because, this is the way we’re doing it!
Truly horrifying. PLEASE AVOID- most disgusting experience. My uncle, brother, and I went to Parry's for dinner. While we were waiting for our food to arrive, a child at the table next to us vomits -- everywhere. On the table, on the floor. His mother covers his mouth and walks him off to the bathroom, as vomit continues to drip, spill, and leak out of his mouth and onto the floor the entire way because he continues to violently heave. This in itself isn't even the problem- sometimes, kids get sick. What followed was as if Parry's took the entire health code guideline book and did the exact opposite. Mom and kid return to their table, kid not wearing a shirt, presumably because it is soaked in vomit. No manager comes by, nobody asks mom and kid to politely exit the restaurant or wait in the car for food. Kid sits there looking miserable, like he might throw up again. Staff come over with a REGULAR mop and bucket of water. They "clean up" although the only real thing this accomplishes is spreading germs. Procedure says that anyone within a 25ft radius should be immediately relocated and the area sequestered for sanitization. This was not done. Staff mops the area around their table and wipes their table with a regular rag and table cleaner. Not a single person is wearing gloves. They do this, and who knows if they've washed their hands. They come back, start delivering food, utensils, napkins - things people will put to their mouth - and still nobody has worn any gloves, and the path from the kid's table to the bathroom has not been wiped - there remains visible solid and liquid vomit the entire way to the restroom. We ask a waiter and tell them - for their own safety's sake - they need to wear gloves and get some heavy duty cleaner on the floor and on the table immediately. The waiter acts horrified and says they'll do so. We were there for another 20 minutes and nothing else was done. Staff who weren't aware are unknowingly wandering through vomit and touching things in the area, and then visiting other customers. Nobody was ever relocated or asked to be relocated. I still don't even blame the kid, but pretty much every health procedure was grossly (literally) violated. Parents should have known better and left with him while waiting for food. Staff should know/be trained better. PLEASE avoid this place.
Great place for beer and appetizers! Friendly staff, great selection of beer, tasty appetizers. Will be back for more! Thanks for staying open during such difficult times!!
Ordered double toppings on a pie, got charged for it but only had single topping on pizza. The flavor is good, if there was 1/2s I'd given a 3 & 1/2 star. I'll look elsewhere for my next pizza pie. I wish the old mama meads was still here!
Really enjoy this place. Crispy beans are a treat and the selection of drinks is awesome! Friendly people. What more could you want?
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