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Diabetics at Pizza Hut

Pizza is neither a great meal nor the worst for diabetes. All you need is some fact check and monitoring while ordering your pizza. Diabetics can opt for thin crust or skinny pizza at Pizza Hut and avoid the cheese topping to cut down on the excess fat and sodium. If you have diabetes, then ensure to check your portion size when you order a pizza. One or max. two slices are enough. You can also avoid meat if possible and go for wings as a meat option.

Foods to Avoid at Pizza Hut for Diabetics:

You must avoid Meat Lovers Pizza with Original Pan Crust as it contains over 1000mg sodium and will add 470 calories in your meal. You should also skip Super Supreme Pizza Large Original Pan Slice which is too high in sodium and fat. Chicken wings are often tempting but you must control and restrict yourself from ordering Traditional Honey BBQ Bone-in Wings as it can add up to your sugar levels if you eat too many. On average, a person orders or consumes six chicken wings pieces in a day.

Sides must be avoided at all costs especially if it's Bacon Cheddar Fries with Ranch Dipping Cup for its high sodium content. You must also avoid New York Style Cheesecake with Applesauce as dessert as one slice of this dessert item contains 86g sugar. Pizza Hut also offers other Italian dishes such as Pasta. However, you must skip Spaghetti with Meat Sauce and Meatballs and Garlic Bread as it is too high in sodium and sugar.

Food Suggestions for Diabetics at Pizza Hut:

Veggie Lover's - Personal Pan Pizza Slice

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 290mg sodium, 18g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Hawaiian Chicken - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 3g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 300mg sodium, 14g carbs, 3g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Chicken Bacon Parmesan Small Original Pan Slice

Nutritional Facts: 160 calories, 8g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 310mg sodium, 15g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 7g Protein

Naked - Bone Out Wing (Piece)

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 4g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0.5g), 160mg sodium, 6g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 5g Protein

Traditional Bone-In Wings with Garlic Parmesan Sauce

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 300mg sodium, less than 1g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 10g Protein

Classic Caesar Salad

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 12g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Cheese Small Hand Tossed Slices

Nutritional Facts: 130 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 250mg sodium, 17g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Cinnamon Stick

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 2.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 100mg sodium, 13g carbs, 4g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

High Blood Pressure at Pizza Hut

Fast-food restaurants like Pizza Hut are not recommended to dine-in if you are diagnosed with high blood pressure. Most pizzas at Pizza Hut are high in sodium and hence you must stick to one or max. two slices of any regular size pizza to limit your sodium intake. Try out the salads as they are not only healthy but also keeps you full for a longer period. However, you must ensure that you don't order the salads without any extra dressing.

Foods to Avoid at Pizza Hut for High Blood Pressure

Avoid Meat Lovers Pizza with Original Pan Crust and Supreme Pizza Large Original Pan Slice at all costs when you order at Pizza Hut. Both these pizzas contain a high amount of sodium which can spike your blood pressure levels. Also, skip Bacon Cheddar Fries with Ranch Dipping Cup and Traditional Honey BBQ Bone-in Wings to restrict your sodium intake.

Food Suggestions for High Blood Pressure at Pizza Hut

Veggie Lover's - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 100 calories, 3.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 14g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 14g Protein

Hawaiian Chicken Small Thin 'N Crispy Slices

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 3g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 280mg sodium, 14g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Chicken Bacon Parmesan Small Original Pan Slice

Nutritional Facts: 160 calories, 8g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 310mg sodium, 15g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 7g Protein

Naked - Traditional Bone-In Wing (Piece)

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1g), 160mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

Traditional Bone-In Wings with Garlic Parmesan Sauce

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 300mg sodium, less than 1g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 10g Protein

Cheese Small Hand Tossed Slices

Nutritional Facts: 130 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 250mg sodium, 17g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Classic Caesar Salad

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 12g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Cinnamon Stick

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 2.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 100mg sodium, 13g carbs, 4g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

High Cholesterol at Pizza Hut

Whether large, medium or small, a pizza can boost your cholesterol levels instantly. You shouldn't eat more than one slice of any pizza your order at Pizza Hut. If you're concerned with your high cholesterol, then it is wise to take your friends to Pizza Hut and share pizza among them slice by slice. You can also try pasta at Pizza Hut but ensure that you are not adding any dressing or extra cheese as you order pasta.

Foods to Avoid at Pizza Hut for High Cholesterol

Keep your pizza intake to one slice to avoid high cholesterol intake while you dine at Pizza Hut. Skip Supreme Pizza Large Original Pan Slice as it contains a high amount of fat and the sodium levels are also very high. Avoid the desserts section completely to limit the fat and sugar intake. You can also limit yourself from ordering non-veg pizza and skip adding sides or dressing on your orders to ensure that your cholesterol is in check while dining at Pizza Hut.

Food Suggestions to Maintain Cholesterol Level at Pizza Hut:

Veggie Lover's - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 100 calories, 3.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 14g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 14g Protein

Buffalo Chicken - Small Original Pan Slice

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 420mg sodium, 18g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Hawaiian Chicken - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 3g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 300mg sodium, 14g carbs, 3g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Traditional Bone-In Wings with Garlic Parmesan Sauce

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 300mg sodium, less than 1g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 10g Protein

Cavatini Veggie Lover's with Garlic Bread

Nutritional Facts: 630 calories, 10g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 730mg sodium, 113g carbs, 14g sugar, 7g fiber, 21g Protein

Classic Caesar Salad

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 12g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Breadsticks

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1g), 260mg sodium, 19g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 4g Protein

Cinnamon Stick

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 2.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 100mg sodium, 13g carbs, 4g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

  • Phillip T.

    The crust is good. It is crispy and the mozzarella they use is fresh. All the ingredients were fresh.

    (4)
  • Matthew B.

    Small building and can get really crowded during peak hours, but the pizza is great. They use "home style" toppings that taste a lot better than what's used by national chain pizza franchises. My favorite so far is the hot pizza with jalapeños.

    (4)
  • Michael O.

    So I didn't actually go here but someone got pizza from here and it was literally amazeballs. I appreciate a pizza that has ingredients that don't slide off a slice when you pick it up to eat it *coughpizzahutcough*, excuse me, had a fit of the coughs there. Must be allergy season. I'll have to go there in Eagle River next time I'm up there visiting. But isn't it sexist? What about Pizza Woman? Fight the patriarchy. (Pizza was good. Do recommend 9.8/10)

    (5)
  • Akira S.

    If for some reason you've read my other reviews on food distribution sites, you are bored, need a hobby, and may have picked up the value I place on customer service. In terms of money, I'm still getting used to the high cost of living. It hurts my wallet so baaaaaaaaaad. A large pizza here is 17" and $20 something. The place is small enough, and easy to get to. It's right next to the highway. It has all the earmarks of a small Italian place. Cozy, cheap lighting, an atmosphere that can go date or family night-out. I like it. So I ordered a large pepperoni to go. I stood around for about 10 minutes at the front counter. Just to pick up. Now, the staff was walking around. Busy night. It was packed. I get it. But getting ignored, and then that "making eye contact but deliberately looking away with that I-don't-have-time-for-you" look, what the hell. It wasn't just one person either, it was 2 or 3 people ignoring me until one of the younger waitresses asked me in a very perky voice if I'd been helped. Now, the Pizza itself was pretty good. I don't think I've ever had a pie with too much sauce, but this kind of bordered on it. Weird. Taste and texture though, I think I've found my pizza place. I'd give it more stars but I just can't on the grounds of their staff. I understand that you're busy, but make time, get good at faking a smile, or at least acknowledge the customer's standing there and say something, or post someone up by the register. Shape up. Good food is hard to come by and I love knowing a place serves good food, but good staff? Well I can deal with beer and mediocre food if the staff is good. I come from a world of powdered eggs and food-like mush held together by preservatives. My standards for what defines bad food are pretty low. Or high. Whatever means bad food has to be really bad to be bad. In terms of cost, it's a little on the expensive side, but hey, Alaska right? I'd like to go back and give it another chance. And for some beer.

    (3)
  • Wiebke N.

    We did a to go order today.Spicy chicken wings-nasty.Couldn't eat them all. Greek salad-with ham and cheese and just a sprinkle of feta.Was tasty,but not a greek salad. Gyro-big disappointment.Dry and bland.Tsaziki sauce was good. Chicken parmesan sub-ok,nothing special. Italian sausage sub-ok,nothing special. I don't think we'll be back. Friendly service.

    (3)
  • Trish Z.

    Amazeballs pizza! I am not a big pizza person, however if you have a chance to check this place out do it! Pizza is cooked to perfection. There was 3 of us and we ordered a medium size pizza and that was plenty! The pieces are huge and with 2 guys and a chick (lol) we had left overs. We ordered the cheese bread and that was pretty fantastic. Normally you get cheese bread and its super greasy and heavy, that was not the case. Not greasy or heavy at all. Was awesome. We order a full size and there was nothing left...oink. The decor was interesting to say the least. I didn't get it at all. The waitresses and staff wore tied dyed shirts, played Bob Marley music (which I LOVED) in the background, and had cheap pictures of 80's influence like pictures of Venice, Italy and such. Made the place look super cheap. I wasn't impressed with all the cob webs hanging in the corners and ceilings, kind of gross. Floors were super dirty, but the tables were clean!!!! sooooooooo I guess that is all that matters! Waitress was super nice and friendly. The lady that seated us (was an older lady) was kind of a bit*h. Seemed VERY put out that I asked for a booth. Still gets 5 stars because the food was bomb! #typoqueendontcare

    (5)
  • Jamie A.

    My favorite pizza place of all time!! My favorite date night, whether ordering in or out. The bbq chicken pizza is to die for. The girls that work there are all super adorable and sweet. We've never had a bad dining experience, and their tap selection is always great :) It's a pretty old school pizza place, and I don't really mind the setting at all. It's a little crowded though, especially between the door and the counter with people coming and going and picking up orders. We did wait like an hour one time for our pizza to be made even though we ordered it on our way home from anchorage...which takes a half hour and the girl on the phone told us 30 mins. They also charge a lot for their ranch so make sure you add it to your order beforehand (it's worth it though). Besides the one tiny wait, I have absolutely no complaints about this wonderful little pizza parlor

    (5)
  • Kimber A.

    I love this place! The seating is a bit packed, and there's always a bit of a wait, but it's because it's completely worth it. Their pizza is delicious, the salad bar is probably good (why are you getting salad at a pizza place?!), the beer selection is phenomenal. I wish they'd move to another location in Eagle River to open up more parking and space, but I still love the place as is!

    (5)
  • SunScapes F.

    This place is awesome! The only thing that's better than eating here, is working here! I worked here in 2010 and loved every second of it! And every bite too! Much love from Florida! Sincerely, Racquel :)

    (5)
  • Chad B.

    Pizza can be great or meh. If you are ordering take out add at least 15-20 minutes if not longer to your quoted time. They tend not to have a firm grasp on their orders and how backed up they are. Good news for them is they don't have any real competition.

    (2)
  • Anna M.

    Picked up a pizza on the way from the airport to wasilla. We got the largest size and it was huge, we had leftovers for days. Pizza was ok, I'm just personally not a fan of white sauce. It was open late and has seating.

    (4)
  • Heather D.

    Very mediocre service, atmosphere and pizza. The sauce tasted like it was a jar of spaghetti sauce- too sweet. For a place called Pizza man, there weren't many pizza options. We built our own and they weren't very generous with the toppings. Our sun dried tomatoes were small and burnt. Pizza didn't come with the salad bar and the server didn't explain that either so I was left wondering. There were plenty of beers on tap so that was an upside. If I ever got stuck eating here again, I would go for the salad bar and a hot sub. But I doubt I'll be back.

    (2)
  • Nasha W.

    I really don't know what's going on lately but the past 2 times I have been here have just been aggravating and not the Pizzaman I am use to. This is my favorite restaurant on E.R and I'm deeply saddened to see it go off the deep end these past visits. On today's trip everything was slow and inefficient. Our waitress was very nice but everything else was significantly lacking. First off we were sitting for about 10 min without any water or anything. Barely a glimmer of hope to see our server. I was about to get up and leave but I had been craving this place since this morning. When the waitress finally arrived I tried telling her that we just want to order but she was in such a hurry that she went back to the kitchen and thete we were waiting yet another 5 minutes to order. I was getting hangry, and it showed. When I finally got to the salad bar I was disappointed to see everything pretty much low or on the verge of being empty. This is a big deal for me, especially since my meal only comes with ONE trip to the salad bar. The salad bowl was just full of water and a few pieces of lettuce. The alfalfa sprouts were way down there and had bacon bits. Actually alot of things were coveted in bacon bits. Don't get me wrong I love bacon but this was in most containers near it. The noodle salad was almost empty....I emptied it. I heard other patrons complaining of the lack of selection in the salad bar. When I scooped out a tomato it had some black mold on it. It was just one big let down compared to my usual visits. When I finally sat down I purposely observed the salad bar to see if anyone would tend to it. It went ignored for about 20 minutes and still more patrons having at it. Now for the main event, the chicken parm. Where do I even begin. Let's just say the chicken tasted old and was dry and hard. The breading on it was soft. It almost made me think it was microwaved and served to me. The spaghetti and sauce was good (as usual) but that was all I could eat. There was an overwhelming amount of cheese that just turned into a hard piece (kind of like the texture of chicken). I usually wipe my plate clean at this restaurant, but not today. There seems to be a lack of coordination around here too. I don't know if management has changed or what, but when you see waitresses and other employees telling each other what to do and them not agreeing with each other on what they should be doing or need to get done, then you know things are not going to operate at their prime. It was a trip full of observation, sulking, and disappointment, and a waste of money. I hope things get better. On the bright side, thank goodness for the groupon.

    (3)
  • Matt M.

    Errrr. This was probably on the bottom 3 calzones I've had in my life. I was relegated to picking out the fillings early on and the undercooked dough and weak cheese forced my fata$$ to stop cold not even halfway into the calzone. Not to mention it was really expensive. Everyone else seemed "ok" with their choices but not thrilled.

    (1)
  • J I.

    The problem with Pizza Man is their either really good or really bad there is no in between. I realize that a restaurant makes its money by getting people in and out but when they treat you like cattle and the food is only mediocre at times it kinda makes you never want to come back, which is where I'm at. Last but not least why would any establishment make their lights hang so low in an area that patrons and the waitstaff have to walk down and duck every time? I always see people walk into this light and send dust all over the place mm mm mm sounds like something I want all over my food.

    (2)
  • Karl S.

    Been going to Pizza Man for years. First time I've Yelped it. Minimally, it was a weekly take out pie for Friday dinner. This place is the best. Unassuming exterior in an old school strip mall. Built even before Pete Zamarillo's blue roofed wonders. Pizza Man is the gold standard for good honest pizza. Great crust. The most recent visit did not disappoint. A selection of local brews on tap. Tried the pepperoni, sausage and jalepeno. Oh Boy, It's insanely great. Not just pizza. Great salads, including a salad bar. Other menu items are tasty too! Consistently good over the years. a must stop for good food.

    (5)
  • Jessica H.

    We LOVE pizza man! We have been going there for years! Get the PMS special!! Best salad bar around! We drive there from south anchorage just to get the best pizza around! Yummy yummy

    (5)
  • Charles S.

    Fantastic pizza and great service! That being said, their pasta leaves a LOT to be desired. It tastes like it came out of a box.

    (4)
  • Jason B.

    Just discovered this neighborhood gem. It's the feel of the local pizza parlour when you were a kid: nothing fancy, but decent homey food and a good deal on excellent local draft beer. I enjoy a large glass of beer, and Pizza Man's version is a 32oz "schooner." Involving a couple of pounds of glass, it's a workout for your biceps and your neocortex all at once. The service was excellent on a busy night: hostess took our names right away. Wait short. Waitress very friendly, knowledgeable and attentive.

    (5)
  • Alena N.

    Pizza mans salad bar with dressing on the side, double order of chicken and garlic bread is the best way to go after hike with group of girls on Tuesday night. My favorite is Alena's Pizza: thin cross, white sauce, chicken, cooked tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, Pineapples, olives. You have to try it. If is the best pizza which I created and pizza man cooked it for all my events. Great customer service. I love it. Highly recommend

    (5)
  • Victoria B.

    So far this is my favorite pizza place in Alaska. I like it better then Moose's Tooth, I feel the food is better and you don't have to wait as long. Now this is of course just my opinion, only down side to this place is, it is VERY cramped and service can be a little on the crappy side. Having said that I will always choose this place over Moose's Tooth or any other pizza place every time.

    (4)
  • Chelsea E.

    I knew my dad was visiting eagle river last week. I actually told him if he doesn't have a pizza box in his hand when i pick him up from the airport, i'm leaving him there. I was so excited to see he had what i dreamt of for weeks! Only problem was he ordered a MEDIUM instead of extra large and with red sauce not white! O well it was totally his fault not pizza mans! Even over 2000 miles and hours in a room temp bag, pizza man is still the best pizza EVER!!!

    (5)
  • Nick W.

    Pizza man is always great food! Salad bar is the best.

    (4)
  • Lucy A.

    We waited at the "Please Wait to Be Seated" sign for eight minutes before being growled at by a VERY young woman. Seven minutes later we were led to our table. There were MANY open tables and no apparent reason for the wait. .. other than the total disregard of the waitstaff. Once seated, Mary V was our waitress. She was lovely and professional though a bit overwhelmed with too many tables. When our food finally arrived, my "whole" order of ravioli ($13) consisted entirely of seven pre-made, frozen type ravioli and 3/4 cup of meat sauce. Instead of being a meal we could share, it was something my 6 year old ate by himself. My husband's chicken parmesan was thoroughly under cooked. ... cold and raw in the middle. When I told the "manager, " (the VERY young woman from earlier), her EXACT words were, "huh....soOOry...." Despite the manager's huffy pseudo apology, the waitress came over, asked what was wrong and took the meal off of our bill. The salad bar is full of pre-packaged food and salads. Lest you think the service is sub-par for the clientele, here's who was near us: one table of customers had a fake "service" dog that kept getting up until the lady yelled at it. The table behind us was especially loud and watching videos on full speaker. The table across from us was full of children playing with toys and in and under the table. Beer selection is good.

    (1)
  • Loren R.

    We used to go here regularly. They can get busy. We waited our turn at the ( wait to be seated sign ). It was a long wait one night. They were cleaning up a table after a long wait. A couple came in, walked by the line and say down. We were irritated . We said nothing to the couple. But the wait staff was sorry. They offered is a table in the back where they have parties. Dark and impersonal cold area. We left. We called later to politely complain. And they admitted that they should have made the rude couple wait their turn. But they didn't want to confront them. So. We : polite, nice, big tippers, get the shaft to accommodate aggression. We only order ahead for takeout now. Obviously our weekly large tips didn't mean anything go the young immature wait staff. I do like their pizza. It reminds me of that cheesy saucy stuff of the 70's But I can't walk in the door without feeling pissed to this day. ( it was really rude)

    (2)
  • Benjamin H.

    The service was friendly and my pizza was the best manly meaty pizza I've had in Alaska!

    (5)
  • Paul S.

    Ah, Pizza Man... Prior to venturing to this little establishment I was inundated with everyone's raves about how great this pizza is...that it was as if Jesus himself built the place and was going to make it the welcoming center for the second coming... While in college a few years ago I met a group that frequented the place as a kind of teenage hangout and the rants and raves were non-stop. You know how it goes when someone talks about how great something is and all you want to do is hit them in the head with a hammer? Yeah, that's the level of annoyance that precedes any discussion about Pizza Man. Here's my take on the food: The pizza is good, not great. The sauce is somewhat spicy, which isn't my thing for pizza, but it's otherwise a better choice than your "fast food" pizza, like Domino's, Pizza Hut, or the dreadful, dreadful, DREADFUL Sicily's (those commercials suck the appetite from my soul). We have ordered from them many times and it turned out fine, but it's not going in the Guiness Books or anything. Perhaps, like many things, it was built up too much for me and the showdown was a letdown. Now, let's talk about service for a hot second. This place is run by teenagers. God Bless 'em, but they're teenagers. I have no doubt that many of them bust their collective asses working there, but at the height of a busy night the majority of them seem to lose their freakin' minds and their professional courtesy as well. One of my greatest gripes about Alaska is the service industry. One of my greatest gripes about the next gen of youth is their lack of courtesy and professionalism. I never thought I'd be an old man shit talking the next wave of oxygen abusers, but here I am...and I'm not even that old. Pizza Man is right up there with the worst of the service industry here. And honestly, even though the teenagers there must have skipped out on the training video, the bottom line is that it's perfectly obvious that there is little to ZERO management in that place. It's like that shitty TV show "Kids Town" or whatever, where a bunch of snot nosed, window lickers are let loose in a town to run it without mommy and daddy and the xbox. This is that show only at a pizza joint. The place is JAM-STINKIN' PACKED on the weekend and these kids are jumping through their asses and scoffing at it. I have seen this throughout the E.R., and not to pigeonhole ALL teenagers, because I know there are many hard workers with a great work ethic, but there is an equal amount of unmotivated, selfish, crybabies that just want to do the least amount of work for the maximum amount of pay. So, why am I bashing Pizza Man on this? Well, as stated above, they are a picture-esque example of this mentality and service. If the place is too busy on a Friday night, then I have no tears for you. It means that business is good and that you are making lots of money and you should have a big smile on your face, not an overwhelming look of hyperventalating shock because you don't have enough space. Again, management for this place should be happy and should think about expanding. Otherwise, it's going to continue to get too big for their britches and the standards will continue to fall until they alienate everyone. This is very common for many small business. Supply can't meet demand and the ship sinks. It's almost as if Pizza Man has bought into its own press and feels that they are doing ME a favor by taking my order and rolling their eyes and acting annoyed when I show back up 20 minutes later (as instructed) to pick it up. "Oh my God, I'm so sorry I annoyed you with my stupid customer face to give you my hard earned money for your overhyped pizza and fueling your small business. I humbly apologize and hope that you won't blacklist me from this superior little hole in the wall." Anyways, I've ranted enough (and thank you for listening!), so here's the bottom line: Pizza is okay, not the cat's pajamas and the service is what you'd expect from a bunch of spoiled brats that have never been taught anything about the service industry. If you MUST order this pizza, better to do it by phone and have it delivered to avoid the "nut-to-butt" crowded house and bratty kids that work there. However, be ready to give them turn-by-turn directions when they get ready to deliver. Apparently, they are too busy to look at a map prior to departure.

    (3)
  • Jamie B.

    Best pizza in Eagle River! Also has a great salad bar. Really fun place to hang out and grab a relaxing meal!

    (4)
  • Nicole G.

    I have been going to Pizza Man since I was a little kid, over 15 years at least! I love their pizza so much. The crust is just perfect for me. I love their salad bar as well. It is always fresh and neat. They have a back room you can rent which is nice for parties. Their take out is great too. I am moving back to AK and can not wait to have Pizza Man back into my life! The parking sucks but the little place reminds me of home and I would die if they ever changed the place!

    (4)
  • Ed R.

    On par with the best in the anchorage and that says a lot. Great crust and sauce. Must stop when your nearby.

    (4)
  • Martin E.

    Somewhat overshadowed by a more famous Pizza joint in Anchorage, Eagle River residents have long known that Pizza man is arguably on par (or, "gasp", better?) than the Moose/Bear places. Larger inside that it would appear from the outside, Pizza Man is a great place for family, friends, or Business meals. They are also great sponsors in local causes. Delivery also an option.

    (5)
  • Rebekah G.

    The pizza and Greek style salad are great. I have never had a bad food experience, it is a little busy, but it's because they have great food.

    (5)
  • Mark B.

    My son has been asking for pizza and we had a groupon for Pizza Man. The pizza was pretty good. My 9 year old even ate the crust. We split a really good piece of chocolate cheesecake for desert. If you are in the area stop in.

    (4)
  • Lidia J.

    Customized the pizza for us. Salad bar has a great variety and its clean. The Italian wedding soup tastes home made. Our waitress was friendly and efficient b

    (4)
  • Jeremy R.

    My wife and I stopped in for a quick lunch on a Saturday afternoon around 1:30 pm. We were seated right away and had a friendly wait staff, though a little laid back and certainly in no rush. I ordered a pepperoni pizza and my wife got the baked ziti. Salad bar was simple but quite good, and a single trip through was included in the lunch special. Entrees arrived shortly after we finished our salad, and both were quite good. The ziti sauce was a slightly spicy, but my wife could eat it (and she does NOT do spicy).' We will definitely return.

    (4)
  • Alex T.

    One of my favorite places to eat in Eagle River and always really great customer service! It's almost always busy which is a sure fire sign it's got something good going on!

    (5)
  • Amber F.

    We have ate at Pizza Man twice in the past three months and both times were really good! Service was fast and polite and the food was as good as I remembered. I do want to note a couple of things though; 1) we came in the afternoon early and the salad bar was fresh and clean, I have seen it so trashed in the past that I didn't want to eat it. 2) Our food was out fast because it was not busy yet, I have waited longer than I consider acceptable in the past, an the wait staff did not inform us that the food would take a while as a courtesy. 3) I only like to sit up front in the newer section of the building because in the past I have been seated in the back and it was filthy and the service was poor, a renovation would go a long way to restore this Eagle River staple to its former glory :)

    (4)
  • JM S.

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    (3)
  • Michael K.

    The older I get the less charming Pizza Man becomes. When you're in high school it rocks because the food is cheap and you can get a date in and out for less than a twenty spot, when you turn 21 you want to go get scooners because it's Eagle River and you can walk back to your parents' house and pass out, hoping you don't stumble into the Homestead and get crabs on your way there. But once you get into your late 20's, especially without kids, there's not a lot left to charm you. The pizza is good, sure, but I'd rather eat it at home. Scooners are no longer interesting because I get motha fuckin' hangovers now. In short.. a resounding meh.

    (3)
  • Amanda H.

    Never had a bad dish here and all of their pizza is tasty. The place could use a little updating. They charge enough for the food that they can afford to clean up the basics. There new points reward program is a joke. You have to buy 40, yep 40, medium pizza to earn a free one.....for that they almost lost a second star. :) But like I said, in the end the food is good.

    (4)
  • Stephanie R.

    Always good pizza and subs. Get there early for lunch and dinner too try and beat the rush.

    (4)
  • Jeff B.

    One of our favorite local restaurants. Plenty of room for big parties. We have soccer and hockey parties here. Ton of choices for pizza and fast service.

    (5)
  • Danny C.

    Working out of Eagle River I regularly introduce clients to this fine cuisine. They always want to go back.

    (5)
  • Travis W.

    Tonight I ordered Pizza Man for carry-out for the second time in two weeks. Big similarities both times. There is a "kitchen boss" or head cook or something that is an absolute jerk to the entire staff. He yells, screams, is condescending, and really has the whole staff walking on egg shells the entire night from the sounds of it. The food was again, average, but I have decided not to go here any more due to this guy's attitude and treatment of the staff. On top of that, when I got home two minutes later my food was cold and needed to be reheated.

    (1)
  • Mike S.

    Had their pizza several times and usually real good. Then I had their special steak BBQ pizza sounded good on paper but it was disgusting. Had a few bites then threw it out. 3 people tried it nobody could eat it. How do you put something that gross on the menu $20 wasted and worse no dinner tonight

    (1)
  • Victoria S.

    Yum! The bread here alone is worth all four stars. It's covered in melted cheese, people. I mean drenched. Omigosh, it's lovely! It comes with your entree, and I had the baked ziti. They did NOT skimp on the sauce and cheese here. Rare is the restaurant that spoils you with ENOUGH. They lost a star only because of the location and tininess of the restaurant, but that's the only issue I had! The wait staff is fabulous, the food is delish, and the bread... people, the bread... get some.

    (4)
  • Brodie F.

    Have only had Pizza by delivery so I can comment on the actual dining in experience. The pizza was awesome, I live in Eagle River so of course it was delivered very quickly.

    (4)
  • Chris K.

    Oh Pizza man my Pizza man... Well, in my 8 or so years living in Eagle River, I can't tell you how many times I frequented this little gem of a pizza place.. And that's why I feel it's incumbent upon me to spread the word, and try to lead my fellow pizza lovers to some absolutely great grub. First of all, their sauce is just delicious! Oh boy! There's something about it that has a very sweet quality, but a bit tangy and spicy at the same time. It really runs a number on your taste buds, and is sure to keep your mouth watering through your entire meal. It's locally owned, so it has that very hole-in-the-wall feel, even though it's virtually on the highway. Secondly, the service is always very kind, quick and knowledgeable. You're greeted as soon as you walk in (although the weird double-door always throws me off, it's a bit awkward), and are sat according to where you'd like to sit. They have a few local beers on tap, and your server will inform you as to what's currently in stock. So, if you ever find yourself taking a trip out to Wasilla/Palmer from Anchorage, and are in the mood for some great pizza, don't punish yourself and not check this place out. Give it a shot, there's some absolutely great pizza to be discovered here. Before you know it, you'll find yourself a regular, and are hopelessly addicted to the greatness that is pizza. P.s. Their Chef's salad, and Caesar salads are a revelation. Seriously, if you're a salad person, try them out, their cheeses are just.... *drools* -L

    (4)
  • Beej F.

    Literally the best pizza on the planet. The gold standard by which all other pizzas are measured. If you say you like Mooses tooth better, you just like weird stuff on your pizza, which is fine but if you like regular pizza stuff on a pizza this is the place. The more places I live and the more pizzas I try the more I just wish I could get a chicken and garlic Alfredo on whole wheat. Also, salad bars are cool, especially theirs. ( it was cooler when you got a single trip for $3 with your meal)

    (5)
  • Kati S.

    Hands down the best blue cheese dressing I have ever had. I love their pizzas and garden salad. I haven't had their subs in a long time but remember them being excellent. Always busy but worth the wait. Fair pricing.. Staff can be hit or miss. I know some waitresses and such that are great and a few id rather not deal with.

    (4)
  • Laura O.

    This is my favorite pizza place. Ever. They must put crack in the food. The cheese bread. So so so good. And the warm sandwiches are bomb.

    (5)
  • S V.

    Really good pizza! The 32 ounce beers are a lot to drink but cheaply priced which helps for the Alaska priced pizza. I tend to like thin crust but really enjoy their "regular crust" it's just the right amount of crust to pizza ratio. I haven't had lunch there but their prices look much more reasonable which motivates me to want to check out the dishes I have yet to try such as the pasta and salad bar.

    (4)
  • Rachael N.

    Born and raised in Eagle River, now I've moved to NYC and every time I visit home I make it a point to stop by Pizza Man for a Steak and Cheese sandwich. Over the past couple years their prices have gone up a considerable amount, a little more than I think is fare, but the food is still good. Ive always been a fan of their Cheesy Bread and their Schooners. The food is simple, hard to mess up. As far as their waitresses, their not the nicest girls you'll ever meet. In the evenings the place has a generally Young crowd with the occasional family group struggling to cram into a booth. The place is best for a group of 4 or less. They also have decent lunch specials! Over all this place feels like home to me, although the decor is nothing to write home about, the atmosphere is friendly.

    (4)
  • Jon S.

    The best pizza I've had in Alaska so far comes from this place. Not from the horribly overrated and touristy Moose's Tooth or the dreadful Sicily's, as one poster previously mentioned. My personal favorite is pizza with whole wheat crust, pesto sauce, chicken, and artichokes. Italian dishes are good, but a little salty. As for their draft beer, you can choose from 2 extremes: the modest 12 oz or the gigantic 36 oz. And it is the same kind served at the equally overrated Glacier Brewhouse. Main downsides: it's too damn cramped and not very clean. One poster made a huge complaint about teens running the place, which I agree with. Not positive, but I think teens are also preparing the food in the back, which they shouldn't since it's a couple steps up from fast food.

    (4)
  • Aaron H.

    My favorite pizza place ever! Too bad I moved to Colorado. This place is as magical as unicorns, and lepricons!

    (5)
  • Carrie S.

    This pizza crust is excellent, I think they make it from scratch. The subs are wonderful, it's the bread they use that makes them so good, and I believe they make their salad dressings from scratch. Nice salad bar. The back banquet room is beautiful, and you get a coldstone cake for free if you have a large party there. It's been open for like 27 years, and still the same as always. GREAT! Also, there are menu specials created by one of their chefs once in a while, and they are wonderful!

    (5)
  • Nicole D.

    We went with a group of six (including two toddlers), and the hostess seemed a little taken aback, because it was like 10pm. Apparently there are only a couple tables that are good for larger groups, we noticed most of the tables were 2 and 4 seaters, but luckily our kids were both able to be in high chairs. The high chairs, by the way, were pretty clean, and very sturdy build. They're the plastic kind with the removable tray, so the kids don't have to eat off of the table, which was GREAT because my son doesn't eat much at all unless he's in a high chair. Upon first glance at the menu, you notice that it's basically a normal American-Italian restaurant, with some higher end option mixed in. Some of the full plate dinners are available in sandwich also, such as eggplant parmisiana, which I ordered as a whole sandwich. Just a note on the size of the whole sandwich. It's like a 16" sub they cut in half. It's freaking humongous. Normally I can eat like 3/4 of a 12" Subway or Quizno's, but this thing was HUGE, and it was really cheap. My friend got a half size sandwich, which was about 8" long, and she was expecting something half the size of THAT, and she only paid $6. The only complaint I really had was on the deviled eggs at the salad bar, they were really hard, but that could have been because they were about to completely empty the salad bar for closing... Also, I ordered water. I didn't get water until I had finished my salad and was just served my sandwich. Of course, the waitress remembered my friend's Arnold Palmer, her husband's 32 oz beer, and my husband's 12 oz... But for some reason water was a difficult thing to manage. It's a good thing I wasn't thirsty. The eggplant in my sandwich was very well done, sliced very thinly, but the bread was rather nondescript, as was the garlic bread. I make way better garlic bread--it's a good thing it's complimentary.

    (4)
  • Ellen R.

    This is our favorite restaurant in Eagle River. It serves pizza (of course) as well as Italian meals and subs. It has a nice salad bar, not huge but decent and we always are happy with our meals. If you're looking for good pizza or Italian food, this is a great place .

    (4)
  • Kacie S.

    Got takeout from here once- it was okay but way too expensive for what it is. Tried to go to the restaurant but didn't stay long enough to order. ALL of my friends rave about this place but I think I've realized that they've had one too many of the gigantic beers here and are not thinking clearly. When we walked in there was trash all over the floor- it was early evening on a Saturday and it looked like a party had taken place there the night before and not one had cleaned up. We tried to find a table but there was only one and it was right in the sun and I would have been elbowing the lady sitting at the table beside me had we eaten there. The place is packed! Mostly with teens and it's very crowded (like a mall on a weekend). I'd heard good things about the salad bar but it was just tiny like the one at Pizza Hut. We were in there about 5 minutes when we decided to leave- none of the employees even attempted to help us.

    (2)

Q & A on

How did Pizza Hut start?

Pizza Hut began its operations on 15th June 1958 at Wichita, Kansas, United States.

Will Pizza Hut be open on Easter?

Yes, Pizza Hut stays open on Easter until 10 PM on Thursday and Sunday. Whereas, Pizza Hut operates at normal hours on Good Friday, Saturday, and Easter Monday.

Will Pizza Hut be open on Thanksgiving?

Most Pizza Huts stay open on Thanksgiving Day but may have reduced hours since it's a big holiday in the United States.

Will Pizza Hut be open Christmas day?

No. Pizza Hut remains closed on Christmas.

Which Pizza Hut bases are vegan?

Pizza Hut has a rapidly improving and impressive choice of vegan options. Simply opt for vegan cheese on any vegetarian order of pizza at Pizza Hut and you can enjoy your favorite vegan pizza. If you're concerned with vegan options at Pizza Hut, then inquire whether they have Violife vegan cheese in stock before ordering anything.

Which Pizza Hut sides are vegan?

Oven cooked Chips and Onion Rings available at Pizza Hut are vegan.

Which Pizza Hut is closest to me?

There are over 18,431 Pizza Hut restaurants globally. You can find the closest Pizza Hut restaurant using our Restaurant Listings directory.

When Pizza Hut opens and closes?

Pizza Hut opens at 11 AM daily and closes at 11 PM on weekdays and Sundays. The restaurants stay open till 12 midnight.

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About Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut is a renowned pizzeria globally known for its fusion of Italian and American cuisines. The restaurant serves Italian style Pizzas and Pasta as well as sides and desserts influenced by American cuisine. Pizza Hut began its operations in June 1958 when two brothers Dan and Frank Carney, who were also Wichita University students, opened the first Pizza Hut store in Wichita, Kansas. With 18,431 Pizza Hut restaurants around the globe, Pizza Hut franchise is the largest Pizza chain in terms of locations.

Pizza Hut is currently owned by Yum! Brands, Inc. which is the restaurant division of PepsiCo. You can find a lot of traditional dine-in Pizza Hut locations across the United States. However, Pizza Hut restaurants also operate in storefront delivery and carry-out formats. There are also hybrid versions which offer dine-in options as well as carry-out facility.

Healthy Food Options at Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut is a one-stop destination for pizza lovers, but it can also raise some concerns for people with high blood pressure, cholesterol intake, and diabetes. Generally, pizzas contain a high amount of sodium and it is in your best health interest that you consume one or max. two slices of any pizza you order from Pizza Hut. If you're diabetic or concerned with high blood pressure or cholesterol levels, you must stick to one pizza slice at Pizza Hut.

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 12

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Accepts Bitcoin : No
    Good For : Dinner
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : No
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : Yes
    Dogs Allowed : No
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

Categories

Pizza

Pizza is a famous Italian dish savored around the world. The entire credit for the popularity of Pizza in the United States goes to the chain of pizzerias all over the country. While the base and the texture of Pizza remains same across the globe, it's the toppings that differs from country to country. In the United States, you will find the top pizzerias serving pizzas with the toppings of mainly beef, bacon, chicken, ham, and sausage for the non-vegetarians. Other than these famous meat options, Pizzas with veg toppings such as mushrooms, pepperonis, garlic, tomatoes, spinach, etc. are also famous in most restaurants in the United States.

Irrespective of your locality, you will find a variety of different restaurants in your cities offering pizzas of all different types. Pizza is hot favorite among people of all ages in the United States. A large size pizza is enough to feed a family of 3 or 4 at large. Pizza is also the most preferred food whenever a group of friends is hanging out together. Pizza gained popularity in the United States after the American soldiers stationed in Italy returned from World War II.

Over the years, different pizzerias in the United States have developed their own respective regional variations. Pizza gained popularity as the iconic dish in the United States in the second half of the 20th century. Whether you prefer thin or thick crust pizza, you can find a pizza of your preference at the best pizza restaurants in your city.

Italian Cuisine

The immense popularity of Italian cuisine globally isn't unknown. You can find an Italian Pizzeria around every corner of almost every city in the United States. Not to forget that in every house, people enjoy mac and cheese as comfort food. But it would be wrong to believe that Italian food starts with pizza and ends with good pasta as this Mediterranean country has much more to offer other than these two dishes. In Italian Cuisine, there is a high use of fresh tomatoes, all kinds of herbs, great quality of cheese, all types of meat, seafood and fresh handmade pasta. Many find it hard to believe that Italians have been making noodles long back.

Italian and Greek cuisines are always mistaken to be same, but they are poles apart. The primary difference between the two cuisines is the use of cheese in most of the Italian dishes. Italians love to cultivate their own cheese and process them as per their food requirement. It is believed that some cheese is so expensive that cheese producers secure them in lockers.

If you are bored eating the same old pasta or pizza, you can try some of the authentic Italian dishes like Risotto, Polenta, Ribollita, Lasagna, Fiorentina Steak, Bottarga, Ossobuco, Carbonara, Focaccia, Arancini and Supplì. Another item which Italians love to relish every morning is a good cup of Italian Coffee. Once you taste a freshly brewed cup of Italian Coffee, you might not visit Starbucks ever again. Authentic Italian food is made with heart and soul, so go find a restaurant where you can relish Italian cuisine in your city.

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