It's all you can eat pizza... how do you think it is?
Actually, they occasionally have some "weird" pizzas, like buffalo chicken, mac&cheese, cheeseburger, and taco.
God, I eat a lot of crap.
Yes, I've been to Cici's. The have a thin crust veggie pizza that I love. I like their salad bar. Those two things, for $5, aren't bad.
What's, "mac", R2?
R3, Thanks for your info. Sounds good for the price.
R4, "Mac" stands for "macaroni." I guess that means cheese pizza topped with American cheese melted and mixed with elbow macaroni. No stranger than lox and cream cheese topped pizza.
It's macaroni and cheese pizza. It's actually kinda good.
Macaroni & cheese, spread on a pizza crust, and baked in a pizza oven.
Macaroni and cheese pizza and spread some of their Alfredo sauce on top, It's fattening and a heart attack but oh so good.
Isn't 5 bucks ALL the time?
Diabetes is like a buffet too, but it last longer and costs more than five bucks.
There's one in the Bronx and another in Central New Jersey. Enough said.
Oh, wait till I tell the girls about this! We've all been arguing about where to go for Susan's birthday lunch, but this just sounds perfect!
I can't wait to write my fourth-grade-reading-level Yelp review about it!
Who the fuck doesn't know what "mac and cheese" is?
Her Majesty the Queen, for one.
I have to go eat at these pizza joints w/ my sisters kids occasionally. I hate Cici's. There's a Stevie B's nearby that is similar but much better. Believe it or not, the BLT pizza is really good.
Which is worse, CiCi's or Mazzios?
The cinnamon rolls at CiCis are actually surprisingly good.
They also have this Bavarian vanilla cream dessert pizza that is kind of tasty... if a bit too sweet.
$5 was always regular price when I had one in my town. They didn't last long. Pretty low quality food. Pizza Hut used to even have the same deal during lunch, and it was basically the same.
As far as Mac and Cheese Pizza- sounds gross. Either one- Mac n cheese or pizza will basically put me into a coma alone. Can't imagine doubling down on that- would be sick for days. But I'm pretty sure people who eat like that are sick 24/7/365 and just get used to it.
Why would anyone eat at a pizza restaurant when making your own pizza is so easy and cheap? Plus you control the ingredients so you know everything is organic, vegan, and gluten-free. SMH.
Question for the people who eat at this place. What other kind of food do you usually eat? Do you ever make your own meals or do you always go to restaurants?
Sounds like Stevi B's.
Average pizza and screaming kids. Never ever go in the spring and summer. Ball teams galore.
[quote]Either one- Mac n cheese or pizza will basically put me into a coma alone.
Have you seen a doctor about this?
In my 29 years of life I've found that other people's opinions about the quality of pizza are arbitrary bullshit. Typically, you'll hear someone say, "the pizza at restaurant X is disgusting, you should try the little place over at (some little shope frequented by hipsters)." So I go try it and it's no better than Dominoes or any of the other big ones. It really depends on who's cooking it. I'm not a fan of ultra cheesy or "uncooked" pizza as I call it. I like the toppings to be well done.
Maybe you should try cooking it yourself, R25.
[quote]Who the fuck doesn't know what "mac and cheese" is?
Perhaps someone who didn't grow up eating it.
Like most of the world.
I haven't eaten there in a few years, but I used to, and Mondays was discounted for lunch. I remember stuffing myself like a pig for $2.50 and feeling really guilty. Like more than one complete pizza and a large salad.
r13, could've guessed it was in The Bronx. Highest diabetes and poverty levels in the five boroughs.
r21 = Gwyneth Paltrow
R27, anyone posting here that doesn't know what mac & cheese is, is living under a freakin' rock. And obviously new here. We've had entire THREADS on the topic.
People like R21 annoy the fuck out of me. You can't MAKE good pizza at home. It requires special ovens. The stuff you're able to make at home doesn't even remotely compare.
Yeah, it was $5 a while ago, but it's been around $7 for a long time now, so this is a price roll-back.
This is true:
[quote]People like [R21] annoy the fuck out of me. You can't MAKE good pizza at home. It requires special ovens. The stuff you're able to make at home doesn't even remotely compare.
You can make pizza at home, but would you ever get a domestic oven hot enough to cook it properly - no.
I wonder how many customers grab a slice of pizza with their bare hands. I assume they have tongs, but buffets are often less than sanitary.
r36, have you ever sucked a dick?
R37 beat me to it. I was wondering if these are the same posters who extol the virtues of rimming a hairy hole.
They have pizza servers (little triangular spatula thingies) for each pizza. I've never seen anyone use their hands.
For some reason, Cici's has not penetrated the L.A. market. There are exactly three locations, one of which (Gardena) is CARRYOUT ONLY! Who in their right mind would get Cici's pizza as carryout? Their only selling point is the buffet. The other two locations are in the Inland Empire.
R40, people carry out CiCi's all the time. The selling point is specials like "three large pizzas for $10" and crap like that. It's amazingly cheaper than delivery pizza.
I just checked and my local CiCi's has a standard price of $5.40, so this is only a 40 cent savings around here.
Their taco "Ole!" pizza is pretty good though.
Mmmm.... mac&cheese pizza...
"Who the fuck doesn't know what "mac and cheese" is?"
You'd be surprised, #15. We have some Beverly Leslies on here who've never touched reality.