Beeks is the King of Pizza, but it's going out if business. The building needs updating in a big way. Feels like 1975. Pizza is good and that's the important thing for me.
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This was a go-to spot in the 70's for dinning in. Solid pizza and pasta. Now the dining room is a total dump with chairs that risk your life and tables that feel like card tables. Other than that, they still pump out the same...More
Back then this place had a nice atmosphere, but it is now a total dive with a jukebox that has been broken for years. I usually get take out. My rating is based on the food, not the location. The thing is that the pizza...More
I grew up eating the "King" and would always order from the south Lyndale location. It was sad to hear about it burning down!!! This location does not waiver from what I remembered! The crust is thin, but everything is balanced out for a rich...More
If you like extra crisp thin crust- this is the pizza for you. Sauce is excellent, could be more generous with toppings. Overall a great pizza! The restaurant is a dive, very old, not somewhere you go for ambiance.
If you like crispy cracker hand tossed pizza, then this is your place. It is tucked away in a quiet little neighborhood in St. Louis Park. What the place lacks in modern decor is more than compensated for, by the pizza. Which is your ultimate...More
We did take out and the pizza was good, thin crust, New York style. While not the best pizza I ever had, it is good and better than any of the chain pizzas. The restaurant is decorated in the 70s style with small chairs and...More