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  • Michael S.

    Another Lunch Dive near work . . . and again . . . pleasently surprized. Located in a non-descript old strip center located behind a seven-eleven. Had the Gyro Pita Sandwich with Fries and a Drink . . . the Gyro was tasty, but could have used a little more meat and tomatoes . . . the Fries were somewhere between a regular sized fry and a steak fry. Very hot and crispy, just the way I like my Fries. Lots of the lunch crowd was having the pizza, and the smell was . . . well lets just say . . . if I wasn't already full, or was waiting to order . . . it would have been pizza for me also . . . NEXT TIME. And yes . . . This place is definately on my return list.

    (4)
  • Nelson J.

    Some people might be scared of the surrounding business or the looks but this place is great for a quick lunch. I review things for what they are not comparing to other restaurants that are in different prices ranges and experiences. I work nearby and walked over for a slice and salad. It was quick, crispy with some old fashioned over burns like I want it. It's clean and the clientele were all normal people just like me. The owner seemed to know people by name and by eating here I'm supporting the local economy and a small family owned business. Very affordable combos starting at around $5.

    (4)
  • Natasha H.

    This place has yummy pizza and salads! Haven't tried the subs but they look delish! You will not be disappointed :) Cheesy hot pizza by the slice made just for you! Friendly staff :)

    (3)
  • Jill C.

    I grew up living right around the corner from a Phoenix House. J and I went a few days before I had Baby C. Pizza was decent. Nothing like Streets or Grimaldi's, but better than Little Cesear's. Wings were average. All in all, a good place to stop in for a quick slice for lunch.

    (3)
  • Alex K.

    I LOVE this place! You can keep your corporate cookie cutter sub shops. Give me one that is family owned and recognize you when you come in!

    (4)
  • Judy L.

    Love this place for a quick lunch. All I have had is the pizza. Combo #2: 2 slice of cheese ( you can add meat for extra $) & 24oz drink for around $5 or so. The pizza is thin, hot, and melty cheese.... YUM! Not like NY pie, but great for AZ.

    (4)
  • Christian L.

    If you work near by and feel like having pizza-by-the-slice (with a to-go option): here you go. Napkins are sucky, so stock up at Chipotle or something.

    (3)
  • Amanda B.

    It's cheap and you can easily have lunch with leftovers for less than $4 if you play your cards right. It's greasy in that "clean and delicious pizza dive joint" manner. It's typically busy, generally with City of Phoenix employees, industrial workers, and police, but you'll generally have your food within eight minutes. The parking can be a nightmare. The place is located in a small strip center behind a Circle K, next door to a Bike shop. When it's busy, it can be difficult finding a spot. The desserts leave you wanting, but that's not why you're here. The sandwiches and pizzas are both good for lunch on the go. The pizza is actually cooked by the slice, toppings added and cooked fresh upon ordering. The individual slices are huge, so one should be enough for most people. The kitchen in open and you can actually watch as they cook your food. The available seating is ample, unless you happen to come in during the lunch rush and at that stage, it may not be worth the fight unless on a tight budget. There's a smattering of other items on the menu: Pastas, salads, gyros... I've never been brave enough to deviate from the standard pizza or sub, but the salads always look fantastic.

    (4)
  • Joe E.

    Not a bad lunch, but definitely not the best pizza around. I went with the 2-slice lunch special, one pepperoni and one black olive. The crust is a little crusty for my taste (if that makes sense). Not bad, but I typically prefer either a soft chewy crust or a crispy cracker-thin crust, as opposed to a crunchy and bready crust. The pepperoni slice was decent, but the black olive slice was very strange. There must have been 70-80 slices of olive, so probably about 20 or so whole olives went into this one slice. I'd hate to see their bill for olives. And the olive slices were apparently added after the majority of the cooking was done, which meant they were just loose up there, and fell off immediately when I picked up the slice. I'm sure I'll be back for a cheap quick lunch.

    (3)
  • Shannon C.

    This is not the place to go for dinner. Period. They have limited evening hours and it's for a good reason. During the 30 minutes I was there, not a single other soul ventured in. I think they save the lunch leftovers and schlep them onto the unsuspecting evening customer. I can put up with a lot of things for a cheap dinner. I don't need good customer service. I don't need to eat in a safe neighborhood. I'm not expecting gourmet, either. But, damn it, when you turn the lights off during business hours while I'm in the middle of chomping down my stale pizza, I'm drawing the line. Sure, come for lunch. I'm always a fan of pizza by the slice places, and if my pizza was fresh, I'm sure it would have been good. Pretty sure, anyways.

    (2)
  • Bacon B.

    When I first moved to Phx and found my first apartment, budget was my Secret Word of every day. Yeah, so I moved into a modest studio apartment at 52nd Street and Van Buren. It builds character. Sure, it was western exposure and I couldn't afford to run the AC. Shows endurance. And I learned to spend what little money I made wisely. Fiscal conservatism rocks! Well, part of that meant finding a cheap and nearby place to wash my chonies and other clothes. Finding good eats was coincidental. Every Saturday morning, I'd set my VCR to record X-Men Generation, loaded up my Sportage with a week's worth of dirty clothes and headed to the laundromat at 48th and VB. Initially, I'd stroll on over to the Circle K during the wash cycle, get something that was certain to introduce me to my toilet after the spin cycle and that was about normal. One day, I bravely headed north and stumbled upon Phx House of Pizza and Subs. Like a mirage in the desert, it called out to me with intriguing smells of delishness. It was lust at first sight. The 2 slices of pizza would keep me filled until afternoon and were amazingly tasty. Truly, I found happiness. And so it was, a Saturday ritual whilest my clothing was being laundered I succumbed to the garlicky goodness that is PHOPS. Sadly, I found love and moved to the other side of town and it seemed I was watching an endearing lover grow smaller in my rear view mirror as I drove on. :sigh: I did know what good, economically-friendly dining was. I shall never forget you. Oh, and honey, if you're reading this: You're way better than pizza. Honestly, I mean that. :kiss:

    (4)
  • Kym S.

    This is definitely the place to get cheap eats on the fly! The Need: a good lunch close to my work - hopefully one that I had not been to yet. The Restriction: $7 in singles to my name The Rescue: I reached out to the Phx Yelp community on the talk boards for help with my lunch conundrum and Amanda B. came to the rescue. The Verdict: I've seen Phoenix House of Pizza and Subs many, many times driving near my work. Honestly, I always thought it was some sort of front for illegal activities or a place where kidnapped children were kept. The outside isn't very appealing and the surrounding establishments in the strip mall are a little sketchy and unkempt looking. So, by association, it wasn't on my list of places to check out anytime soon. I took a co-worker/witness with me (remember...strength in numbers) and headed to get a slice or two. Inside was very different from the outside perception. It is a huge space with a lot of dining tables and is very clean minus a few uncleared tables. We each ordered two big slices - him sausage and me pepperoni, green pepper, and pineapple. Yum! It was cooked to order (although a tiny bit burnt) and nice and hot. You won't find pizza that has sat under the lamps for hours on end. There are a variety of condiments (red pepper flakes, parmesean, etc.) and they also have a few desserts. I haven't ventured to the sub side yet - maybe next time. What's even better? My two custom pie slices rang in at just under $7. Oh yeah! So, I didn't witness any illegal activities or see any kidnapped children, but I did manage to have some good eats within my budget and walking distance from my work. Check it out if you're on a budget and in the area.

    (4)
  • Maggie H.

    I've lived in the valley all of my life and have driven past Phoenix House of Pizza and Subs many, many times and always thought it must be some dingy, nasty place where crackheads hang and they serve greasy pizza. How wrong I was. Of course it's nestled in a dirty liitle strip mall off of Van Buren and I still look around to make sure there are no weirdos lurking about, but this place is worth checking out. My husband works nearby and had gone to this place on his lunch break once and said how great it was and I must try it. My first visit I ordered two slices of pepperoni. It was very good and filling. Second trip I ordered a pizza with gyro meat. It was pretty tasty. They also serve home made baklava, which I haven't tried, but it looks very yummy. This place is great for eatin' cheap and a tasty slice of pizza.

    (4)
  • Michael S.

    Another Lunch Dive near work . . . and again . . . pleasently surprized. Located in a non-descript old strip center located behind a seven-eleven. Had the Gyro Pita Sandwich with Fries and a Drink . . . the Gyro was tasty, but could have used a little more meat and tomatoes . . . the Fries were somewhere between a regular sized fry and a steak fry. Very hot and crispy, just the way I like my Fries. Lots of the lunch crowd was having the pizza, and the smell was . . . well lets just say . . . if I wasn't already full, or was waiting to order . . . it would have been pizza for me also . . . NEXT TIME. And yes . . . This place is definately on my return list.

    (4)
  • Kym S.

    This is definitely the place to get cheap eats on the fly! The Need: a good lunch close to my work - hopefully one that I had not been to yet. The Restriction: $7 in singles to my name The Rescue: I reached out to the Phx Yelp community on the talk boards for help with my lunch conundrum and Amanda B. came to the rescue. The Verdict: I've seen Phoenix House of Pizza and Subs many, many times driving near my work. Honestly, I always thought it was some sort of front for illegal activities or a place where kidnapped children were kept. The outside isn't very appealing and the surrounding establishments in the strip mall are a little sketchy and unkempt looking. So, by association, it wasn't on my list of places to check out anytime soon. I took a co-worker/witness with me (remember...strength in numbers) and headed to get a slice or two. Inside was very different from the outside perception. It is a huge space with a lot of dining tables and is very clean minus a few uncleared tables. We each ordered two big slices - him sausage and me pepperoni, green pepper, and pineapple. Yum! It was cooked to order (although a tiny bit burnt) and nice and hot. You won't find pizza that has sat under the lamps for hours on end. There are a variety of condiments (red pepper flakes, parmesean, etc.) and they also have a few desserts. I haven't ventured to the sub side yet - maybe next time. What's even better? My two custom pie slices rang in at just under $7. Oh yeah! So, I didn't witness any illegal activities or see any kidnapped children, but I did manage to have some good eats within my budget and walking distance from my work. Check it out if you're on a budget and in the area.

    (4)
  • Maggie H.

    I've lived in the valley all of my life and have driven past Phoenix House of Pizza and Subs many, many times and always thought it must be some dingy, nasty place where crackheads hang and they serve greasy pizza. How wrong I was. Of course it's nestled in a dirty liitle strip mall off of Van Buren and I still look around to make sure there are no weirdos lurking about, but this place is worth checking out. My husband works nearby and had gone to this place on his lunch break once and said how great it was and I must try it. My first visit I ordered two slices of pepperoni. It was very good and filling. Second trip I ordered a pizza with gyro meat. It was pretty tasty. They also serve home made baklava, which I haven't tried, but it looks very yummy. This place is great for eatin' cheap and a tasty slice of pizza.

    (4)
  • Nelson J.

    Some people might be scared of the surrounding business or the looks but this place is great for a quick lunch. I review things for what they are not comparing to other restaurants that are in different prices ranges and experiences. I work nearby and walked over for a slice and salad. It was quick, crispy with some old fashioned over burns like I want it. It's clean and the clientele were all normal people just like me. The owner seemed to know people by name and by eating here I'm supporting the local economy and a small family owned business. Very affordable combos starting at around $5.

    (4)
  • Natasha H.

    This place has yummy pizza and salads! Haven't tried the subs but they look delish! You will not be disappointed :) Cheesy hot pizza by the slice made just for you! Friendly staff :)

    (3)
  • Jill C.

    I grew up living right around the corner from a Phoenix House. J and I went a few days before I had Baby C. Pizza was decent. Nothing like Streets or Grimaldi's, but better than Little Cesear's. Wings were average. All in all, a good place to stop in for a quick slice for lunch.

    (3)
  • Alex K.

    I LOVE this place! You can keep your corporate cookie cutter sub shops. Give me one that is family owned and recognize you when you come in!

    (4)
  • Judy L.

    Love this place for a quick lunch. All I have had is the pizza. Combo #2: 2 slice of cheese ( you can add meat for extra $) & 24oz drink for around $5 or so. The pizza is thin, hot, and melty cheese.... YUM! Not like NY pie, but great for AZ.

    (4)
  • Christian L.

    If you work near by and feel like having pizza-by-the-slice (with a to-go option): here you go. Napkins are sucky, so stock up at Chipotle or something.

    (3)
  • Amanda B.

    It's cheap and you can easily have lunch with leftovers for less than $4 if you play your cards right. It's greasy in that "clean and delicious pizza dive joint" manner. It's typically busy, generally with City of Phoenix employees, industrial workers, and police, but you'll generally have your food within eight minutes. The parking can be a nightmare. The place is located in a small strip center behind a Circle K, next door to a Bike shop. When it's busy, it can be difficult finding a spot. The desserts leave you wanting, but that's not why you're here. The sandwiches and pizzas are both good for lunch on the go. The pizza is actually cooked by the slice, toppings added and cooked fresh upon ordering. The individual slices are huge, so one should be enough for most people. The kitchen in open and you can actually watch as they cook your food. The available seating is ample, unless you happen to come in during the lunch rush and at that stage, it may not be worth the fight unless on a tight budget. There's a smattering of other items on the menu: Pastas, salads, gyros... I've never been brave enough to deviate from the standard pizza or sub, but the salads always look fantastic.

    (4)
  • Bacon B.

    When I first moved to Phx and found my first apartment, budget was my Secret Word of every day. Yeah, so I moved into a modest studio apartment at 52nd Street and Van Buren. It builds character. Sure, it was western exposure and I couldn't afford to run the AC. Shows endurance. And I learned to spend what little money I made wisely. Fiscal conservatism rocks! Well, part of that meant finding a cheap and nearby place to wash my chonies and other clothes. Finding good eats was coincidental. Every Saturday morning, I'd set my VCR to record X-Men Generation, loaded up my Sportage with a week's worth of dirty clothes and headed to the laundromat at 48th and VB. Initially, I'd stroll on over to the Circle K during the wash cycle, get something that was certain to introduce me to my toilet after the spin cycle and that was about normal. One day, I bravely headed north and stumbled upon Phx House of Pizza and Subs. Like a mirage in the desert, it called out to me with intriguing smells of delishness. It was lust at first sight. The 2 slices of pizza would keep me filled until afternoon and were amazingly tasty. Truly, I found happiness. And so it was, a Saturday ritual whilest my clothing was being laundered I succumbed to the garlicky goodness that is PHOPS. Sadly, I found love and moved to the other side of town and it seemed I was watching an endearing lover grow smaller in my rear view mirror as I drove on. :sigh: I did know what good, economically-friendly dining was. I shall never forget you. Oh, and honey, if you're reading this: You're way better than pizza. Honestly, I mean that. :kiss:

    (4)
  • Joe E.

    Not a bad lunch, but definitely not the best pizza around. I went with the 2-slice lunch special, one pepperoni and one black olive. The crust is a little crusty for my taste (if that makes sense). Not bad, but I typically prefer either a soft chewy crust or a crispy cracker-thin crust, as opposed to a crunchy and bready crust. The pepperoni slice was decent, but the black olive slice was very strange. There must have been 70-80 slices of olive, so probably about 20 or so whole olives went into this one slice. I'd hate to see their bill for olives. And the olive slices were apparently added after the majority of the cooking was done, which meant they were just loose up there, and fell off immediately when I picked up the slice. I'm sure I'll be back for a cheap quick lunch.

    (3)
  • Shannon C.

    This is not the place to go for dinner. Period. They have limited evening hours and it's for a good reason. During the 30 minutes I was there, not a single other soul ventured in. I think they save the lunch leftovers and schlep them onto the unsuspecting evening customer. I can put up with a lot of things for a cheap dinner. I don't need good customer service. I don't need to eat in a safe neighborhood. I'm not expecting gourmet, either. But, damn it, when you turn the lights off during business hours while I'm in the middle of chomping down my stale pizza, I'm drawing the line. Sure, come for lunch. I'm always a fan of pizza by the slice places, and if my pizza was fresh, I'm sure it would have been good. Pretty sure, anyways.

    (2)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :10:00 am - 4:00pm

Specialities

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

Phoenix House Of Pizza And Subs

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