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Posted by Jill on 11/30/2007
Mamas Pizzeria is anything but how they claim to be on their website. "Our goal has been to ensure the complete satisfaction of every customer - and meet all of your expectations and know that our customers are always our number one priority." Completely false! I have never encountered such a contradiction. When I happily called a month in advance to reserve a 10 person table, celebrating a birthday party and a family reuniting under the roof of their favorite childhood restaurant since the late 50s I was astonished by the brush-off I was delivered over the phone. When I expected to hear something like "that is wonderful" and "we are looking forward to seeing you again!" Instead the answer was "There is nothing I can do, you will have to wait and see if you get a table." What!? Thinking this may have been the dumb girl gatekeeper answer I asked to speak to the owner. Sadly, the answer was the same. I was heartbroken. Clearly they do not want your business and to hell with your family.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/20/2007
The cheese is not mozzerella but rather a mix. Just wanted to correct the person posting before me.
Posted by Fat Eddt on 06/16/2007
Having read about,,and eaten their wonderful cheesesteaks for many years I finally decided to try their pizza--it was very good--not great but quite good. The crust was neither real thin or real thick. It was a good but not remarcable crust with a decent tomato gravy and abundent good quality cheese.
Posted by Chaz on 02/19/2007
Mama's makes the best (and unfortunately the most expensive) cheesesteak. If you go by, price per pound, then the cheesesteak at Mama's is a steal. I recommend splitting the cheesesteak. I have yet to try anything else there, but it all looks good.
Posted by Mr. Cheese on 07/15/2006
A Mama's cheesesteak is huge and should probably be shared. The cheese (mozzarella) runs throughout the whole steak and the roll is excellent.