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  • Peter Pipers is a childhood fav -yes it's not gourmet and is cardboard-ish, but its an American favorite and sometimes the cravings call for it :) The manager at this particular location gave my husband and son a free personal pizza and tokens on their bday :)

  • My son had a birthday party this past Sunday at this place and I was very disappointed. We got there on time and the host was there to meet us and welcome us. After that we had to hunt her down for service. After questioning why service was taking so long she mentioned that they were under staffed and she had to wear a number of hats that day. Ok I decided to calm down and try a and work with her. When we were ready to eat after patiently waiting she brought Pizzas that were not well baked. You could taste the dough. The host offered to give us ice cream with the birthday cake. After waiting for another 15 minutes for it I go to her and ask her why it's taking so long to get this ice cream and she tells me that they don't it and they have to go buy it. I have all the time to wait there for a ice cream. More to that they did not have a lighter for the candles. We had to wait for another 10 minutes for her to look for a lighter. How can you not have a lighter? For real are you kidding me. They finally got it and we ate our cake without the ice cream. Katie(host) came to apologies for the poor service at the end of the event when she wanted us to pay the bill. I have to say I will never go there again. It wasn't worth my time or money.

  • My kids ALWAYS want to come here! The pizza actually doesn't taste bad! One of my children doesn't particularly care for sauce, so the garlic bread pizza they serve is right up his alley. The weekday lunch buffet is a great deal. They even let a child age 2 or under eat it for free (Yes, A child, as in limit one.) Salads are available - as part of the buffet or served as an entrée. Peter Piper coupons can be found on their website, and you can also sign up to receive offers via email. The deals are pretty good, too. They are usually for some sort of pizza and token combination. I have had birthday parties for my kiddos here. Things went very smoothly each time, and the pricing was quite reasonable. The kids love the games and play area. It's pretty clean. However, it gets busy here quickly. Some parents don't watch their kids, so there are usually a bunch of kids running amok, climbing on arcade games, etc. Aside from that, this is a fun place with decent food and pleasant employees.

  • My family and I have been coming to this location since it first opened I believe that was 10 years ago? We live closer to the PPP on Chandler and Dobson but we drive the extra just to come here. Favorite pizza for my family and I! I swear yall should sponsor us lol we eat here all the time! The pizza here is always delicious!

  • = = = = = = WEEKDAY LUNCH BUFFET! = = = = = = Whipped into this friendly Peter Piper for the first time today, joined by Mike C. & Jackie C. This location has a fairly large dining room and had 9 pizzas plus breadsticks ready to help ourselves to immediat

  • My family and I will never go back to this location again. We went to this Peter Piper this evening for our kids' school PTO fundraiser. We ordered and found a table while waiting for our pizza. We waited a while to get our order but we figured they were busy with all the people for the fundraiser. When we finally got called to pick up our order, they gave us the wrong pizza. Apparently, they had given our pizza to another customer and had to remake our pizza. No big deal - stuff happens. The reason for this one star review happened after our meal. A Peter Piper employee named Charles comes up to our table and accuses my husband of stealing pizzas. Huh??? Charles then begins to explain that he reviewed the camera footage and saw my husband taking 2 pizzas and then coming back to take another pizza. My husband definitely did not steal any pizzas. IF we were to steal pizza 1) we would not stay in the restaurant to eat it and get caught 2) the stolen pizzas would be on our table - which only had the single pizza that we ordered and 3) we certainly wouldn't be stealing pizzas during our kids' PTO fundraiser. After we explained all this to Charles, he then says, "Well, if you want to deny it and steal food, that's on you. Have a nice evening." Needless to say, we are beyond angry at how we were treated. We will definitely be filing a complaint with the General Manager and advising the school's PTO to not hold fundraisers at this location again.

  • I had to go here to sign the kiddo up for baseball. Before we went, he told me that he didn't like Peter Piper. Whatever, kid, I know better than to believe that EXTREMELY large pile of bologna! You're 5 and your life revolves around playing, napping, and eating snacks, and playing some more!!!!! Ahh to be a kid again! Anyways, while we were there I figured why not eat? We got a pizza and he got a free pizza (from school). With our pizza we took the survey on the receipt and got 10 free tokens. BOOYA! Well, booya for about 2 minutes - 10 tokens are blown away enough just to wet the appetite of a 5yr old. Needless to say, he didn't eat his pizza. He was too flabbergasted to even know what he was doing. In fact, if I had to guess his vision was something akin to someone taking Estacy. I mean... flashing lights, kids running around like they are on cocaine, and most importantly... he wanted to spend MY money. I kid you not, I'm turning into my mother every day. I never understood why my mom said no to me having fun. Well, it is because the particular type of fun I wanted her to invest in was EXPENSIVE. I mean, $20 for tokens will get you about 15 tickets which will get you a $0.05 Tootsie Roll from the prize department. I'll tell you what, kid, you sit there and enjoy your pizza and be thankful that you arent still sitting in the car waiting on me... the sheer act of letting you into such an establishment is a gift itself. Since you want to play video games... and eat candy... how about this... how about we roll over to Sam's Club and get a 5lb bag of candy... and you can go home and play whatever game you want on whatever console you want (spoiled kid has access to a XBOX360, a PS3, a Wii, and a computer - I had 5 Nintendos TWO YEARS AFTER the Super Nintendo came out because nobody wanted the NES system anymore!). But of course today that isn't cool. He wants to have fun. I lost - mom bought him more tokens. *sigh* I guess I'm the bad guy again. On a serious note the pizza wasn't bad (and the kid claims that PP Pizza is the best now, again, whatever) but the tables were filthy. I guess I kind of expected that though.

  • Always a great place to bring our little one (4 years old) Games are Fun, pizza is always great. Prices haven't changed much over the years. Highly recommend for anytime of day and any occasion.

  • All PPP have the same layout. This one I have to say is cleaner than the others. Kids are everywhere!!! The pizza was not bad. The wings are not too bad either. They did an excellent job on my friend kid's birthday. The person dedicated to the party she got every detail down and timed it just right. Everyone had a great time.

  • As far as Peter Piper Pizza's go, this one is pretty awesome! Yes, you have the kids running around everywhere. Yes, you lack gourmet pizza. But, uh, HELLO. It's Peter Piper Pizza. I happen to like (not love) the pizza here, maybe it stems from it being rooted in me as a child. Anytime we go dining with children under 13 in tow, this is always a great choice. The kids eat, they play, they tire themselves out and they come home with a bunch of cheap crap they bought with their tickets that cost me triple what it would of cost at the dollar store with regular grown-up money versus tokens and tickets. Anyhow..... I'm a fan of this particular location because: 1) The place is spacious enough that you are not run down by little people on your way to pick up your order. 2) They keep tables, play areas and restrooms very clean. 3) Service is satisfactory. 4) Play area, arcade games, carousel are all in great condition - nothing torn, falling apart or borderline condemned like other Peter Piper restaurants. 5) They have several 32 inch TV's hanging in case you want to catch a particular game while the kids are playing. 6) And, again, the pizza is really not that bad.

  • Great staff very friendly and helpful!!! Also Very clean!!!

  • Let me clarify the 4/5 rating. This is based on "carryout" only. I've never actually stopped inside and sat down to eat a meal. What I can say about the actual restaurant is that this is a very family friendly place. Lots of families with kids running around the arcade area. Now, on to the pizza. I've pretty much grown up on Peter Piper Pizza. It's sort of an acquired taste. I would venture to say that dough is water-based and the pizza sauce comes from a 10-gallon tub. The cheese is mediocre. But man I love this pizza. It's cheap (a large special will run you around 11 bucks), fast, and simple. The menu offers other items beyond your basic pizza... wings, salads, bread sticks, mozarella sticks, etc. If you're in the mood for a quick bite to eat that's cheap-- head over to Peter Piper Pizza.

  • I visited this location for a child's birthday party this past weekend. Although I fully thought it was going to be loud and crazy I was pleasantly surprised to find it wasn't. The games are way in the back so I suppose if one ventures back to the game area it may be a bit overstimulating. But the birthday party was held at table in the front of the venue, so it wasn't bad at all. The adults were able to carry on conversations without having to yell...a PLUS in my book! As for the pizza...honestly the California Supreme was FABULOUS. The best veggie pizza I have had here in AZ. I'm not a pizza connoisseur by any means but this was very delicious pizza, piping hop pizza. They also serve beer and wine here. MGD or Coors Light are the only two beer options; Sutter Home White Zin, Chard and Cab for those who prefer wine. Not the greatest selection of adult beverages but it is a kid's pizza/party joint so one can't expect too terribly much.

  • This is more of a pizza joint for people who have young kids. They have kid games and it gets pretty noisy in here. The pizza is not too bad . If I was craving pizza, this place would not be high on my list but, it was an 'interesting' experience nonetheless. I suppose If I had kids or I was a kid I would probably enjoy coming here.


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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 10


  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Loud
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : No
    Caters : Yes



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