Sandy >Wall Street Pizza
A very small, self seating restaurant. No one greeted us upon arrival. The tables were unclear and uncleaned. The service was terrible at best. After 10 min. of waiting for someone to acknowledge us, my son finally went to the counter to ask for menus. After another 10 minutes, our orders were finally taken. Although the restaurant was busy at the time, there were plenty of people working to accommodate. The manager sat behind the counter doing absolutely nothing while the young teenage girls did the work. The restaurant slowed yet it still took another 45 minutes to get our one large pizza and one very small pizza. When we finally got our pizza it was the greasiest, sloppiest mess we had ever eaten. The crust was soggy and under cooked. I will never, ever recommend this Wall Street Pizza in Sandy to anyone.
What A Waste. We decided to give them another chance after a previous bad experience. However, it didn't change our minds. After spending $32.50 for (2) 14" pizzas, they tasted like CRAP. What a waste - we returned both of them for a full refund. I guess that would be the only positive comment - full refund. Makes your local take and bake pizza shine like a rock star.
Amazingly AWESOME food. This evening I placed a rather large order for delivery. I made special requests on most of the items. I ordered a 16" garlic chicken pizza, but instead of the regular white sauce, I wanted the garlic sauce, an addition of spinach and bacon. It was fantastic. I also ordered a small spinach salad, with the addition of oven roasted garlic and feta. (A small is rather large- it filled a take-out box, and they do not skimp on the additional ingredients i.e. tomatoes, cheese, craisins, etc.). It was delicious, and it comes with 6 (of the world's best) garlic rolls. I love the rolls, so I had to get an order of 12 in addition to the 6 that came with the salad. My picky 6 year old chose to order a meatball grinder- oh sooo yummy!!! My son enthusiastically stated that it was "Sweet!" (Not that it tasted sweet, but it was just that good). The service on the other end of the telephone was decent- not as knowledgeable about the cost of side orders or very prompt with the order total- but he put in a great effort and was respectful. I had warned him before I started my order that I may be a little difficult due to the items I wanted made special. He quoted me a higher total than the actual price, and (thankfully) to him double checking- the order was less expensive than originally stated (he called me back to let me know!) It took 20 minutes longer than the estimated 45 minute delivery. I suppose that was something to be feeling fortunate about as well, because our appetites grew and we were able to sample a little of everything. I (obviously) live in Sandy, and I recommend Wall Street over any pizza delivery places in the area. Kudos to Wall Street.
Great pizza, Grinders, and Salads!!. We prefer the Sandy Wall Street Pizza to the one in downtown Gresham (we haven't been to the others yet). The food is better and you'll avoid the crazy crowds. (The lines at Gresham can get really long on weekend evenings and even weekday evenings.) Try the grinder sandwishes. Veggie grinder is a must for vegetarians and veggie lovers. The pizzas are quite good too. We also love the salads. Taco salad is excellent. The small salad size is HUGE. This is a great lunch spot. You can call in your order ahead of time if needed. Always call ahead if you're bringing a big group... anything over 6 or so I'd think. The Sandy Wall Street is small but packs a yummy meal.
good food but WTF!?!. I recently had the awkward pleasure of dining at Wall St. Pizza in Sandy. I would first like to start off by stating that the food and the service were absolutely fantastic. The only drawback to the evening was the owner who goes by the name of Boomer. He insisted on chatting with my wife and I for about a solid 20 to 30 minutes. During this conversation he proceeded to inform us on many various topics ranging from his desire to relocate his store to the details of his torrid love affair with a waitress and the bitter divorce that ensued. As a customer never before meeting this man I felt this seriously crossed my line of decent and appropriate behavior. It was far too much information and was made all the more awkward when the creep decided to sit down with us as our food was being brought to our table. I would like to once again point out that food was excellent and that the staff was incredibly friendly and really made the experience good. Unfortunately I cannot recommend this restaurant because of the owner "Boomer". He made my wife and I so uncomfortable and frankly a bit disturbed that we will never be back. All i have to say after meeting the man who calls himself Boomer is WTF?!!!
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