Been here twice. Pizza on buffet really good,service acceptable. Will definitly return. Mainly thin crust pizzas on buffet which I prefer. For people who like thick crust maybe not the best place to visit.
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We were staying at a nearby hotel and ordered online a pick-up pizza. That process was good, but the pizza was over-baked, salty, and quite dry. Crust was more like a cracker. We are thinking, though, that our experience is not typical because of the...More
My wife and I went in at 11:45 AM to eat lunch, we were seated close to the buffet, after 11 minutes and no server , while they were all standing at the Bar talking, Three men had came in behind my wife and I...More
Home Town Pizza (HTP) Shelbyville has been our go to pizza spot in town for about 20 years.. I reviewed it in its' last incarnation - but since they recently moved to a new spot (Mt. Eden Rd - North side of exit 35 on...More
We visited Hometown specifically because my daughter , Katie remembered the cheesy breadsticks. Exhausted from sight seeing, we happily settled down in 2 different booths, as there wasn't room for all 12 of us to sit together. The waitress seemed very distracted, and it took...More
This location has moved and is now at 1635 Mt Eden Rd. It's just off I-64 and in a nice buildng, which seems to have enough room for the buffet and quite a few tables. It doesn't feel as dark and closed-off as the old...More
We went on a Sunday around 4 pm and there were only 2 other small tables in the restaurant. We were seated right away by a manager but then didn't see a server for almost 10 minutes. She then proceeded to act clueless about beers...More
We went during the Holidays and I was very pleased! Food was great, service was fast accurate and she was very nice! It was a good time for all of us! We had a large party but everything was wonderful!
Even though it's not a national chain, it is still very much like a chain (it is a local chain). Cooked in the conveyor oven like PH, not brick oven. Average quality, good service. If you like supporting local, come here. Otherwise not so different...More