Papa Johns Pizza – Bend Oregon

2008/12/08

Papa Johns

Do you ever get tired of Pizza? I don’t. Just like Mexican food, I’d eat pizza daily if the wife would allow it. For delivery I like the Run Little Piggy from Pizza Mondo. For a quick slice I’ll go to Cibelli’s on the West side then head to my friend’s nearby basement for some pong. But I can’t just keep writing reviews of Cibelli’s and Pizza Mondo. I have to branch out. I do this for you, my loyal readers. All six of you.

So while I was doing chores around the house this weekend, which means I was flipping between the Florida / Alabama game and the Duke / Michigan game as the wife was out running errands. She wont know, she never reads this blog. Anyway, I realized that it was getting late and I hadn’t eaten yet. I wanted some pizza but not from the usual spots as I needed something to write about today. So I searched at Google for pizza, bend oregon.

I browse through the listings and decided on Papa Johns. Their website showed that had some specials which seemed quite good. I selected the family special (large speciality pizza and a large 2-topping pizza for only $17.99) thinking that I’d have left overs for a few days. It took about 45 minutes for the pizzas to arrive and I dove right in.


I grab a slice of each and take a bite of the large two topping – pepperoni and pineapple on thin crust. It was dry and only had a few pieces of pineapple. The crust tasted and felt like card board. I wouldn’t go thin crust at Papa Johns again.


My second slice was from the large specialty pizza – The Meats – pepperoni, sausage, bacon and ham on regular crust, extra sauce, and cooked well done. I do like that you have options on how you want it cooked. I avoid most national chain pizza places mostly because the pizza is never fully cooked. I hate doughy pie.

The Meats was decent. The extra sauce was a big help and it was cooked well done like I asked. I like pork products and there were plenty on here. The bacon was hiding under the cheese and was pretty good. I’d probably order this one again if I was forced to order Papa Johns again. I’m pretty sure ordering Papa Johns was a one time thing that I wanted to try…just for you guys. I give and give.

I have to give honorable mention to the garlic butter sauce that came with each pizza. That shit is like crack! I dipped my crust in it like cookies in milk. I tried to soak up as much garlic buttery goodness as I could. I went back for another slice and instead of picking the slice with more toppings and less crust, I went for the most crust possible just so I could clog my arteries with more crack butter. I’m hooked. That’s how they get you.

Papa Johns
http://www.papajohns.com/
755 NE Greenwood Ave
Bend, OR 97701
(541) 330-3922

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

Elizabeth December 8, 2008 at 7:13 pm

Don’t forget about me! You have 7 loyal readers. BTW, I think you learned a lesson. Mondo Pizza is the only way to go.

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Jen F December 8, 2008 at 9:36 pm

Proud to be one of your six pack. Heh!

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Elise Michaels Media December 9, 2008 at 4:31 am

Ummmm… I’m in there too, right?

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homedough December 10, 2008 at 5:09 am

and i’ll be your non-blogger reader! Try Little Pizza Paradise at 27th and Butler Market. Eastside. Woot! Woot!

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Jake December 10, 2008 at 11:54 pm

Oh there has to be more than six of us. I’d say 10, maybe 😉

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Anonymous June 4, 2009 at 6:19 pm

Your review is really funny! Thanks for sharing!

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Anonymous April 15, 2010 at 5:52 pm

I really enjoyed the humor you used in your review lol

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Anonymous September 15, 2010 at 6:26 am

Those pizzas are ugly. I run a Papa John's and wouldn't even allow those to be sent out based on appearance alone! Uneven topping distribution and terribly uneven crusts. Sorry your PJ experience was so bad! 🙁 I was just doing a google search for a Papa John's approved red phone, though. lol 😀

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