Hungry Howies is “Home of the flavored crust pizza” ,which is almost as disgusting as it sounds. It is also the eleventh largest pizza franchise in the nation. yay.
the service was very fast.
The pizza smells… interesting. The taste exceeds my expectations (which isn’t saying to much). The sauce tastes cheap, the crust is… interesting and the cheese tastes bland, but hey! Its pizza! How bad can it be?
Editor's note - as a reminder, here's our rating scale:
0 slices - I would not eat this at any price
1 slices - It’s not good but at least its pizza
2 slices - I would consider coming back if every other pizza place was closed
3 slices - Cheap enough and edible enough for my kid’s birthday party
4 slices - I’ll come back, but Dad is buying
5 slices - Somewhere between 4 and 6
6 slices - Stuffing some in my pockets to eat later
Other notes from the editorsCost of a large cheese pizza: $9
Cost of a family special with 2 pizzas, 2 liters of root beer, and a cinnamon dessert pizza: $21.50
- 1 extra cheese with "butter cheese" flavored crust. Yes, "butter cheese" was the name of the flavor.
- 1 Italian sausage with ranch flavored crust. We thought we should choose a bold flavor but couldn't bring ourselves to order "barbecue chip" flavored crust. The sausage-ranch combination may have been a mistake. Crust had a distinctly Dorito-like aftertaste, which I like in Doritos but it turns out not so much in pizza.
- 1 cinnamon sugar dessert bread with icing dipping sauce. Sauce featured disgustingly prominently below.
|Ben's Howie-face impression|
|Ben clearly loses the Howie-face contest by a mile|
|Never one to lose gracefully, Ben ups the ante by drinking down the icing dipping sauce|
|Shockingly, this leaves him feeling "uggggh" by the time we get home|