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Steph here,
Saturday we took the kids to see Jurassic World with their cousins (giving it 2 thumbs up). I dare say it was better than the first!

After the movie we decided all you can eat pizza sounded like the perfect fit for our crew. We had never been to Pizza Pie Cafe so we were excited to try it out. 

We always love trying new places.

And really, how can you go wrong with  over 20 pizzas to choose from. Toppings like mac n cheese, and chicken ranch, the kids actually tried something other than plain cheese.

We had a good size crew so we sat in the "family room". This was perfect! The kids got their own table and loved helping themselves to anything there little hearts desired.

The highlight for the kids was the drink machine, they each made several concoctions that were all pretty amazing. I went with a 7-up peach raspberry mix. yum!

I grew up eating at Pizza Hut weekly because my dad worked there. They had the BEST salad bar! So good in fact that I am usually disappointed when I eat at places that don't compare. I was impressed with the toppings at Pizza Pie Cafes salad bar, really, the only thing missing was boiled eggs, and real bacon bits, but for the price, I can't complain.

Also on the menu was all you can eat pasta with every sauce you can image. 

And lets not forget the dessert section.

Oreo, s'more, cookie dough, and the classic cinna-stix. 
We were stuffed.

Fun atmosphere, good food,  fancy drinks, definitely kid friendly.

How It All Started

Matt grew up in a pizza restaurant. Working with his Father they opened their first restaurant in 1982 in Delta, UT on Main Street. They named it “The Pizza House.” The house has since been converted to a rental, but still smells like a pizza!

In 2003 they took over an abandoned pizza shop. It was located across the street from BYU-Idaho, called Craigo’s.  The building quickly became too small and in 2005 Craigo’s moved locations in Rexburg and the community took notice. From humble beginnings as a college hangout, Craigo’s became Pizza Pie Café and what you see today.

Today you can find Pizza Pie Cafes scattered across the Wasatch Front. 

They are celebrating their two year anniversary next week. Tuesday, June 30th, stop by and receive a Golden Ticket with FREE items listed on the back!

Happy Anniversary Pizza Pie Cafe!


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Friday/Saturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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