18021 NW Evergreen Pkwy., Beaverton, OR | Directions 9700645.536699 -122.862783
Monday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Triple Creek
Boycott Pizza Schmizza
With all do respect guys Mr. Rick Brogan owner of Broadway store ,628 NW Broadway, Portland Or. 97232, did not paid his subcontractors when he relocated the store from 15th st to 6th ,more than $30,000.00 .I know all contractors which work there and after almost two months from finish the job there are not paid. already two subcontractors, painter and plumbing put lien on property and another three contractors in next few days all together more than $30,000.00 I think this company should not be in business and please stay away for people which not doing what they need to do. The painter is only income in household he can work only when is not raining because when is rain nobody paint and in the winter the guy stay home without job. Because is self employed he is not qualified for unemployment benefit and until spring he maybe lose his home .he is married and have two young kids.
I call all people to look very seriously and boycott this company until they pay all subcontractors.
Thank you for your support
Nacho Schmizza for me, please. – No-so good Pizza Schmizza. You're sausage use to be good, but now they look like rabbit turds and I have to chase them all over my plate! This is of course, after they rolled off my slice.
This place use to be the bomb, but has really slide down hill. Like girlfriends of the past, it's time to move on. Good luck to you, and if I see on t he flip side, well, let's just say we won't be having any eye contact...
Great Pizza – I love pizza and this is one of my favorite places to eat it, the employees are all friendly and make the visit more enjoyable. I am not an employee and really like the crust and the flavor of the sauce. I would recommend it to anyone.
new york style pizza!! – Great location. The best thin crust pizza in portland~ Reasonable rates and fast service. You may buy by the slice also which is nice because they have diferent speciality pizzas to choose from.
Ugh eventful pizza – Looking at the 5 star reviews and its obvious that most of them are employees.
i've tried the Wilsonville and Salem locations
both had the same bland taste, sauce tasted like it came out of a can.
Wilsonville location had snotty teenagers running it, I gave a tip on fear they might do something to my food.
Try Domino's they deliver and taste better
Fun decor, mediocre pizza – This is a typical chain pizza place with so-so food and steeper prices than what one would expect for the food they are serving. The place in decorated in a fun way though. Better lunch place then dinner. The salads are decent but they aren't very healthy (just because it's salad doesn't mean its healthy!). I have been to a few different locations and have been less then impressed with all of them. The whole pies are mediocre and a little on the greasy side.
Inventive New York-style pies tossed in funky, fun digs. – In Short
This casual pizza parlor is boisterous and fun. Glass dining tables encase Barbie and Pez collections, and there's an array of old-school bottled sodas creating an atmosphere which will please the kid in everyone. The friendly staff serves up thin-crust slices with creative combinations like Thai peanut sauce, and spaghetti and meatballs. Classics like pepperoni, four cheese and Italian sausage are solid bets for the less adventurous.
Bad experience, but cheap – The taste of the pizza is not absolutely repulsive, I could eat it, but it's very low quality. I dont' think the cheese is real as it doesn't melt together, it just stays in melted individual clumps. The cook was wearing a tank top.
Mm... Schmizza – Pizza Schmizza is my favorite restuarant. I'm 19 now and have been going there ever since I was 11 or 12, it's just that good. The employees are very friendly and are always helpful at any random request I have heard some people make. I do agree that they may be a little spendy but honestly they don't put too much sauce on it like other places do, the crust is always so soft and chewy but still NY style thin and hey, if you don't like paying over $20 for their largest pizzas look for the discounts and coupons they have because they have REALLY good deals with those.
And, be sure that you tip because they'll go "WOOOO HOOOO"
Schmizza slices the competition – Best pizza in town. Period. If you love New York syle pizza, you'll love Schmizza. They have awesome pizza by the slice, a ton of variety, and great combo meals. And, they actually have pasta, salad and my favorite... beer. If you haven't tried their pies yet, you're missing out.
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