Pizza People Food Truck Menu

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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

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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

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  • Rachel R.

    I ran off into the night, hair flying, hands clutching both sides of the paper plate. I'd ordered from Pizza People before; my date had not. Ideally, I'd never let him. The perfectly crisp gluten-free crust, vegan cheese that tasted like rich white cheddar & mozzarella (rather than vomit), and the delicious smattering of mushrooms and basil adorning that personal pizza had won my heart long before he could, and that is how it was destined to stay. After giving up dairy and gluten, all that was left of a pizza was the tomato sauce. Somehow, I was enjoying a pizza, sans tomato sauce, dietary restrictions in tact! Crouched behind a graffiti'd wall, I ravaged that pizza with a passion reserved only for the glory that emerges from the Pizza People truck.

    (5)
  • Susan M.

    Food Truck Fav right here! I've been wanting to try Pizza People's Pizza for a while now. I found out they were setting up at 180 Degree's Automotive and I figured if Bogi was hosting them then I needed to check them out! I finally caught up with them at Local Fest. Bogi was actually there helping them out and she told me that they were only sampling the regular pizza and the gluten free pizza was $8 but she assured me it was yummy! First of all $8 for a 2 item gf crust pizza is a deal! Secondly, Bogi said they were her some of her best friends in the world...and I trust her implicitly....so I ponied up my dollars and waited about six minutes. I ordered my pie with pepperoni and fresh tomato. I took it back to my table to share with my Mama (who is also gluten free) and we both said at about the same time: " Oh, my gosh this is really good!" Something I've only said about twice since eating gf pizza! The sauce is fresh, the dough was the best gf dough I've had to date and the toppings were just divine. I need to put a GPS tracking unit on this truck so I can track it daily! (Oh, wait.........I can just check their facebook page!) Yeah, I'd eat it daily! It's that good!

    (5)
  • Donata N.

    The company that manages the office building I work in recently started having various food trucks in the parking lot at lunch 2 times a week. Today was Pizza People, several co-workers and I decided to give into the food truck sensation and give them a try and let me tell you, we all are sold. They use fresh, local ingredients and everything is made to order..which means expect to wait about 10 minutes to get your food..not the everyday roach coach food either. I ordered the Popeye with the addition of bacon..OMG. This was probably one of the best pizzas I have eaten. The crust was everything it should be. Golden brown with a crispy but yet chewy crust that had that faint taste of yeast that I love. The only thing I could find wrong with my pie was that after several minutes it started to get soggy on the thinner pieces of crust. I really wish that ricotta cheese was a topping option too. My only regret is that I didn't pay the extra $1.50 and combo it up with a small chopped salad & a drink..next time my friends, next time.

    (5)
  • Bob D.

    They are moving to ground at the old Cheuvront's! September 23!

    (5)
  • Tracy P.

    If I could give Pizza People 25 stars, I would! I love that they consistently carry Daiya vegan cheese, their crust and sauce is vegan to begin with, and they have gluten-free vegan crust as an option, too!! For someone who can really struggle at a pizza place at times, Pizza People makes it so easy. The Popeye with vegan cheese is my favorite (simple fresh basil, spinach, tomato, garlic) but the Fun Guy (cremini mushrooms, drizzle of truffle oil, garlic and arugula) is a close second. I would follow this food truck across town and have. I hear they are getting a brick and mortar place on Central.. I CANNOT WAIT!!!

    (5)
  • Jill C.

    Pizza with homemade crust - baked to order in 8 minutes...in a food truck!?!?!? INSANE!!! I was initially reluctant to try Pizza People one Sunday when we went to 4peaks tasting room. I figured, these people are doing pizza in a truck. That has to spell disaster in your mouth. OH WAS I WRONG! J, Baby C, and I went to the Phoenix Public market last Wednesday night to partake in some tasty goodness from the food trucks. J had had Pizza People at Food Truck Friday the week prior and suggested I give them a go. I caved after he said it met his seal of approval. The crust is chewy, which I LOVE!! You can either make your own pizza from their list of toppings or choose one of their pizza creations. I was not in a meat kinda mood - J wants meat at every meal. lol The guy at the window said we could do a half and half - AWESOME! My half I had spinach, feta, and tomato. J's half...I don't even remember..cause I was all about my half! Only thing I would ask them to do next time is cook the pizza for maybe 2 minutes longer - The pizza crust had that limpness to it in the middle. I like a super done crust. :) Would I go back to Pizza People? Heckkkkk Yes!

    (5)
  • Judy L.

    I heart this place!!!! M and I had pre-Thanksgiving dinner here. Causal, hip, and nice people. The mini mac was good. My testosteroni was GOOD! Can't wait to come back. Oh, the service was great too!

    (5)
  • Brooke F.

    Love Love Love the pizza!! This is the only place where my husband will eat all of the crust.... So there is less for me!! Only down side of perfect crust/pizza!!

    (5)
  • Chrystalle B.

    $7.00 for a "create your own" pizza? Yes please. This is the only truck I havent tried that comes to the ASU Food Truck Block Party. I never see a line there, so I was helped almost immediately. I ordered my pie (the guy was super nice) and waited. About 15 minutes later, I had my pizza to-go. I chose the standard crust, and cheese and added Italian sausage, green peppers, and onions. The pie had a nice crust w/ bubbles (which I love). The ingredients blended nicely, and I was quite pleased w/ my creation (even the next day). My one small complaint is that the bottom of my pizza was about half burned. I would absolutely recommend trying this truck. Like I said, theres never a lone when they come to the block party at ASU- TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THAT!!

    (4)
  • Dolores G.

    More than I ever care to admit, I can be quite the creature of habit. That being said my go to here is their Testosteroni Pizza on their Gluten Free crust. A mixture of local sausage, pepperoni, onions fresh basil, sauce, cheese on the thin crisp and slightly sweet gluten-free...wooah baby! Their regular crust is also fabulous perfectly thin, with just enough crust on the edges, to not want to leave any uneaten. They also offer vegan and vegetarian options as well. Not bad for a Food Truck, much less one serving Pizza! You can design your own or pick from a short list of Specialty Combinations. Ranging from $7 to $10 based on toppings or crust choices on average, you can not go wrong with ordering fresh made to order pizza from a Food Truck!

    (4)
  • Britt C.

    Pizza People is really good. I've tried their pizzas a few times and they're consistent. The pizzas is ready quickly and their prices are super reasonable. I like how they also cater to dietary issues and don't skimp on ingredients. They offer lactose free and vegan options that taste great! Also, the staff is fantastic, super friendly and helpful.

    (4)
  • Michele M.

    Pizza People Pub is pretty awesome and has a great location in downtown Phoenix. At Tour de Coops, I had seen their food truck, and my co worker ordered a pizza. It looked really good that I knew I had to make a trip to the pub! The day before Thanksgiving, me and Judy F. had a Thanksgiving Eve dinner at the pub. Very inviting atmosphere with unique informal seating areas as well as outside seating is available. A little cold outside right now, but can't wait when it's a bit warmer in the evening to sit outside. I ordered the AZ Jackass, similar to a Moscow Mule. Pretty tasty and it was a dollar off for happy hour!! I could not resist ordering a mini mac! It was so tasty with a crispy top and warm creamy middle. My pizza had pepperoni and mushrooms and was a 10" pizza which I devoured all of it! The crust was really really good. However, they make it, it's probably the best that I've had in awhile, seriously!

    (4)
  • Joseph D.

    Was not impressed with the pizza.the Dell was raw very undercooked it was just an OK sauce nothing to rave about.. I come from a long line of pizza makers and i know good pizza when I taste it.. this wasn't close to being good very disappointed

    (1)
  • Soo Jin M.

    Kind of a cluster.. I stood next to the girl for over 15 min and she still ended up giving my pizza to some other asian girl. Seriously?? So she chases her down and I get my pizza with some random girl's thumbprint on one section of my pizza. Great. That aside, I can see why this truck gets such high marks. The crust is crisp yet chewy. It actually kind of reminds me of Totino's pizza rolls because of the crust, sausage and general flavor of the whole thing. Even the reddish grease. I love pizza rolls.. I would like to see nutritional info. If its not as terrible for you as TPR I will probably stalk this truck all over town.

    (4)
  • Gary R.

    I was worried because I am friends with the Pizza People. And I love pizza. And it is hard to find good pizza. I mean I am impossible to satisfy. So when I finally came to visit in Arizona I was worried. What if it wasn't any good? What would I say? Would I lie? Yes, I would definitely lie. But I didn't want to lie. I wanted their pizza to be good. As it turns out, it didn't really matter. The pizza was awesome. I mean really really awesome. It was a relief. But also a let-down because I was only in town for the weekend and then I had to go home again and now I can't eat this pizza. I miss it. I might miss it more than I miss my friends. Now I have a new dilemma. I want to go back to Arizona, but only to eat more of their pizza. Do I lie and tell them I am there to see them and just hope they give me some pizza?

    (5)
  • Kayla F.

    We hired Pizza People to work our wedding and they did a great job! They were 1 of three trucks and everyone raved about them all night. They were so great to work with and the staff on the day of me wedding was friendly and served everything quickly. They even hooked us up with leftovers at the end of the night! It was great! Thanks again Pizza People!

    (5)
  • Michael M.

    I bought in on the whole gourmet food truck trend and had been to Food Truck Fridays a few times, but I gotta be honest that I was skeptical of pizza from a truck. I'm also not afraid to admit when I'm wrong, and I was very wrong in this case. The pizza wasn't just good for a truck. It was just damn good. Great thin crispy crust and lots of different, fresh toppings. Will definitely be back

    (5)
  • Liz B.

    Best Gluten Free pizza I have ever had! Seriously, I have been searching for a long time. My family also enjoyed the non-gluten free pizza. My 10 year old said it was the "Best ever". Very nice menu. We can't wait to go back!

    (5)
  • Jennifer O.

    This is some seriously good pizza. I had it a couple week ago at food truck friday and it was just delicious. Like going to a fancy shmancy pizza place, but only like 8$....can't beat that! I got the popeye (?), the one with spinach, garlic, tomato, basil, and deliciousness. It was just wonderful...I will definitely be back here...yum!

    (4)
  • Larry S.

    Yum to The Yum for my Tum Tum Tum!!! (da-dum) ( OK, that was corny. ) But the pizza here is anything but corny. Had the "Hottie" and it was very tasty. Best pizza I've ever had off a truck, by far. (wink wink) Chewy, perfectly-done crust and all the ingredients tasted fresh and flavorful. The one critique I would make is that the crust gets a little thin in the middle and "sogs up" a little before the end. But that did not take away from the overall taste - this is a very good pizza under any grading system. I will definitely hit this place again. I was lucky to see them Tweet their location today and have it be just a few blocks from my workplace.

    (4)
  • Thomas S.

    Let the Phoenix Food Truck Revolution begin! Leading the pack in my opinion are the smiling folks in the Pizza People Food Truck..."Pie on the fly!" How awesome is that? From the homemade dough (YES...homemade or shall I say truckmade?...) to the passionate owners to the local, fresh ingredients to the gluten free and vegan options...this food truck is on a roll baby! The thin, crispy yet pillowy dough and the tangy marinara with the local fresh basil...OMG...let's just say I devoured every bite. And with prices around $6 you just can't beat it! You can't beat it...but you most certainly can eat it! I can't wait to see where Pizza People park their gorgeous truck...I just want to be first in line! I even have hired them to cater my business's holiday party! You should too! Pizza People...you are my kinda people!

    (5)
  • Monika A.

    All I can say about Pizza People is, WOW! Yummy pizza at a yummy price:D I never eat my crust, because it's usually never good enough. But it's all about the dough at this little food truck! They took their time in creating it and it shows! I especially love the names they chose for some of their pizzas, like "testosteroni" (spelling?) but it's a meat pizza made with a local favorite, Schreiner's fine sausage.I could of ate two, Incredible! They also have vegan options which is a great plus. And starting at $6 bucks a pizza, you can't beat it! The owners of this food truck are Marybeth and Tim. A couple that is wonderfully friendly and inviting. I hope that you get a chance to check out their wonderful product and give them a great review! Cheers!

    (5)
  • Becky M.

    If you see the Pizza People Food Truck, stop and get a pizza. Today, they were parked outside of the Coffee, Cookies, and Crafts event at Bragg's Pie Factory. Lucky us! I'm a personal fan of the Popeye and Fun Guy. The Popeye has spinach (obviously), basil, garlic, tomatoes and green onions. The Fun Guy has mushrooms (get it?! FUN GUY? Because mushrooms are fungi. You know, in the kingdom Fungi.) as well as arugula and basil. Plus, the pizza dough is freakin' fantastic. I could eat a pizza of crust. Also, there are vegan and gluten-free options. But don't panic, carnivores! Plenty of awesome meat choices too. Guys, long story short, it's really good pizza. You'll wait no longer than 12 minutes for your pizza, and pay no more than $10 for your meal. That's $10 maximum. Really, you'll probably spend $7 or 8, and that's including a drink.

    (5)
  • Dana B.

    Finally, a fierce competitor in the Phoenix food truck frenzy! Pizza People make an awesome pizza! Very impressed with their selection of toppings- you don't do dairy, they offer daiya cheese. Don't do wheat, they have gluten free dough. Everything is made to order and fresh. No sitting under a heat lamp for hours- what a concept and it is delicious. The owners are very helpful if it is your first visit. They have great energy, the concept has great energy and experience is good energy. (Which is very important while digesting.) I will be returning soon!

    (5)
  • Julie E.

    The short: Really good pizza with a crispy-chewy crust and fresh, solid ingredients--all out of a food truck! Awesome bang for your buck at about $8 for an 8-inch pie and friendly service. The long: During downtown's First Friday Art Walk, we often snag dinner at the food trucks, usually opting for some delicious gourmet hot dogs. This month, Short Leash was absent, but Pizza People's giant dark green truck was in its place. While I was a little skeptical about getting a decent pizza out of a food truck (more specifically, the kind of oven you might be able to pack into a food truck), I need not have worried. While the 12-minute wait might have seemed long for food truck food, and while I'm no expert, the pizza was great and well worth the wait. My boyfriend ordered the Popeye, featuring spinach, basil, garlic, tomatoes, and green onions. Luckily, they just happened to already have a Popeye, baked and boxed, and were willing to sell it to us at a discout if we were willing to buy it and wait for my pizza to bake. Of course we agreed, and we treated it as a first course while we waited for my custom sausage, green chilies, mushroom, and black olives pizza. The pizza was still nice and hot, but not so hot that we had to wait before digging in. The toppings were awesome--fresh and ample without overwhelming the pie. The cheese had just the right amounts of give and chew. The spinach was cooked, but not cooked to mush. And the true test of pizza, the crust, was crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside, thick and structured enough to hold the toppings up without buckling under their weight. We devoured it, right down to and including the bones (the crust/cornicione), which I too often leave on the plate because it's usually just substandard bread. These bones were truly enjoyable. My pizza came out 12 minutes later, as promised. I personally should've laid back a little on toppings, and somehow, a sprinkling of basil chiffonade made it onto the pizza, but it was still good. However, the crust kept flopping, either because we didn't wait long enough for the pizza to cool or because it was just floppy crust. After the Popeye, I want to think it was because we should've waited just a little longer to dig in. I still really enjoyed it, though, and look forward to visiting the truck again--hopefully it will be a frequent vendor at First Fridays, Food Truck Friday, and Saturday at the Downtown Public Market!

    (4)
  • Terry T.

    I've only eaten here once but I really liked the fact that they offered a pizza with truffle oil (mmmmm). I tried this place on Halloween so I was in costume (a cheerleader outfit). They were pulled up in front of 180 Automotive. The couple running it were so nice. They put out a step ladder for me to sit on since I was on my bike. Everyone else was eating in their car or back in their office. I thought the price was very fair for the size. I had mushrooms, white cheese and truffle oil. Good stuff. I would eat their again even if it means having to cycle there.

    (4)
  • Amy T.

    I stepped outside of my Food Truck Friday comfort zone (Short Leash) a few weeks ago to try something new, and decided on Pizza People. The posted wait time for a pizza was 10-20 minutes, but I waited a little over half an hour since it was quite busy. I was fooled by the short line in front of the window and didn't notice all the people standing back from the truck waiting for their food. I wouldn't recommend stopping here if you're on a time crunch for lunch, but if you can take a leisurely break, give it a go! I ordered the Fun Guy mushroom pizza, and it was certainly worth waiting for. I love crust, and Pizza People make a fine and dandy crust! It's light and crispy and buttery tasting. Yum! The serving size is quite generous for the price ($8.)

    (4)
  • Bree B.

    Finally checked them out! Loved that they were by Shadys. Schooners meats ...eight inch for 6 bucks with two toppings! The Side salad is amazing at a buck fifty!

    (5)
  • Liz C.

    Just had Pizza People last night and it was beyond my expectations. It's not just a good food truck, it's some of the best pizza I've had in Phoenix (and I'm a pizza snob). I can't wait to have it again! Everything about it was perfect...especially the crust and sauce! Good job guys and keep up the good work.

    (5)
  • Jennifer W.

    Tried the Testosteroni on gluten-free crust ($2 upcharge) today. While the toppings were good, I was really disappointed by the crust. It was crumbly and the underside was peppered in burnt dust. Blech. I have 3/4 of a pizza left and I will probably just end up tossing it. Not worth the calories. Next time, I'm going to stick with the original crust.

    (3)
  • Pete K.

    Surprisingly great pizza from a food truck of all places. I love the fresh local ingredients and they are getting their legs in terms of offering unique specials. The crust is amazing on the outside, but just slightly too soggy in the center (still cooked) to give it 5 stars.

    (4)
  • Cara S.

    I never would have guessed I would find fresh pizza in a food truck, but sure am happy I did! A nice thin crust with fresh local toppings.

    (4)
  • Megan C.

    This place is amazing! First off, the people are so nice. I chatted with the cashier for a few minutes while ordering and she was very helpful and fun to talk with. I ordered the Fun Guy speciality pizza and it was unbelievable! The flavors melded together so well. The amazing thing is that even though I thought the pizza was perfect, apparently the crust came out a little more well done than they normally cook it to, so they offered to either give me my money back or give me an additional pizza for free! I took the pizza as is, and it was still one of the best I've had. I would definitely recommend Pizza People to anyone.

    (5)
  • Lily L.

    I was stalking the Pizza People Food Truck all week to get a couple passes to Street Eats on Saturday and finally found the truck on my side of town. Drove over to 48th St & University around 1145am and there was already a line formed. Perused the menu board and honed in on the Popeye - spinach, garlic, mozzarella, and tomato sauce. MaryBeth was busy taking orders and taking pies out of the oven. She is very efficient and quick and had a smile for each customer. I had my pie in 10 minutes or so. I could smell the aromas thru the sturdy cardboard box while she handed me two passes (thanks, MaryBeth!). As I was driving back to the office, the smell overtook me and I couldn't wait and carefully removed a slice while I was rushing back over the highway - she pre-sliced the pie too! Gooey yummy mozzarella and the spinach was fresh, as well as the garlic pieces and tomato chunks. The crust was perfect - crisp on the bottom and pillowy crisp on the edges. Sooooooo good.

    (5)
  • Dave K.

    Saw them at an apt. parking lot on Grove Pkwy in Tempe (they show up there on Tuesdays), and gave them a try. First time I tried them had one of their specials, which had jalepenos and green chilis. What I was impressed with is how light and crispy their crust is, with a bit of chewiness to it. The sauce had a good tomatoey tang to it, and the cheese was a really good quality fresh mozzerella (not greasy but had a nice cheesy saltiness to it. Fresh jalepenos and green chilis gave it a nice kick. The fresh basil was also a nice touch. Overall just a high quality pizza. And I'm super picky with my pizza, probably don't like 90% of the ones out there. Second time I went to them, had the Popey, which had garlic, cherry tomatoes. and garlic. Another winner. Pizza People makes some of best pizza in Phonix. And the owners are super down to earth and nice as well. I also had a side salad on my 2nd visit, which for $1.50 was a steal. Fresh mixed greens with a balsomic vinigarette. The onions were a bit thick for me though (I like mine sliced super thin). I will definately try to go a couple of time a month for my pizza fix.

    (5)
  • Christine V.

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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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Specialities

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

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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.

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