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Pizza, Pizza. Yuck, Yuck! The main thing was you got 2 pizza for 1 price. The pizza was crappy. It was crazy. The crazybread was horrible.
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HTP - June 20, 2007 - Report this comment
What are you talking about?? That's the best pizza ever made, hands-down. And the rectangle pizza was amazing. You can still find the occasional Little Caesar around, but don't try the ones inside stores like Walmart or K-Mart; those are cheap ripoffs!
Tracy in Detroit - July 13, 2007 - Report this comment
Little Caesar got better the one's in k-marts are not cheap ripoffs.
J Palms - September 12, 2007 - Report this comment
I thought for the money, you couldn't beat it. You could get 2 pizzas LOADED for $10. One of the pizzas was plenty as a meal for a guy. The popular complaint about them was that the toppings would be cold because they weren't cooked with the pizza.
Nicole - October 09, 2007 - Report this comment
There was one that opened up in a shopping center near my house and the day of the grand opening, the mascot was standing outside of the Wal-mart in the shopping center and he was shaking all the kids' hands.
Chris - February 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Little Caesar's was always good pizza, and they're still around (but not like they used to be) in areas like Charlotte, NC (there are at least 2 locations) and Johnson City, TN.
courtney - March 27, 2008 - Report this comment
there are little Caesar's pizzas all over California, on every corner almost!
Jamie - April 05, 2008 - Report this comment
Do any of you remember them putting the cheese on the crust alonng with garlic butter? I loved that. I was so excited to see that they got one in Rochester, MN but when I asked for the cheese on the crust they looked at me like I was from another planet. They called it Parmesan Cheese crust. It was just like the bread sticks but all around the crust. The problem I find no with this once great pizza chain is they are all franchises now and not corporate stores. In my opinion this is a downside. The product and the customer service suffer.
ZB Milwaukee - May 27, 2008 - Report this comment
They are all over Wisconsin and they suck now. They are already made, so they aren't as fresh, and they don't do the parmesan seasoning anymore. Truly crappy pizza now. In the early to late 90's it was great.
Agent - July 07, 2008 - Report this comment
I go to the one in Wichita all the time. During lunch, you can get a medium pepperoni pizza for $5 a piece. It's damn excellent too. Pure tasty-ness.
jayc32 - August 08, 2008 - Report this comment
They used to be great...I havn't been to one in years there is none near by.....they don't have pizza pizza anymore that was the best part.
Matt - August 22, 2008 - Report this comment
There are still some around here on the east coast. When I was a kid, we loved Little Caesars. For some reason, I liked how it didn't come in a box, but instead it was on cardboard covered with a paper packaging. You ripped open that package and got hit with some nice pizza steam!
Stewie - September 04, 2008 - Report this comment
This is by far the most underated pizza anywhere. Don't get me wrong, Pizza Hut, Papa John's and Domino's are all good but none of them compare to Little Caeser's! And their Crazy Bread and Sauce is good too! We need to open more of these places back up. The question of why this place hasn't gotten the respect it deserves remains without an answer.
Pinky830 - October 04, 2008 - Report this comment
A Little Caesar's just resurfaced in our neck of the Atlanta suburbs and we couldn't believe it. I think LC got me thru graduate school in the early 90s. It really isn't as good as Papa John's, but it's cheap and good enough. Love the crazy bread.
Dave - December 28, 2008 - Report this comment
They are all over the place in East TN. They were great in the late 90s, but now with the "Hot and Ready" practice, it's hard to get a "Hot and Fresh."
Sharon - January 16, 2009 - Report this comment
We used to LOVE the crazy bread (with or without pepperoni)... This used to be the sleepover feasting food! It was so, so good - but have changed a ton! I don't like them as much anymore!
Scott Hines - January 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Little Caesars now has about 3,000 stores around the USA and several other countries. The ($5.55) Hot-N-Ready pizzas in the Hickory, NC area are always fresh and hot. I have not found a better pizza than theirs at any competitor at any price. The stores are so busy the pepperoni pizzas appear to be going out the door too fast to get old.
Abe - March 18, 2009 - Report this comment
If you live in Michigan you take Little Caesar's for granted. The Hot N' Ready is low quality, but if you order a pizza with toppings the quality is reminiscent of previous decades! If you want really expensive pizza, go buy it from Comerica Park or Joe Louis Arena, same great brand three times more.
Olympianbabe - March 20, 2009 - Report this comment
I have coupons for it but there aren't any nearby stores in my area.
Princess - May 25, 2009 - Report this comment
The $5 pizzas they have now are kinda mediocre, but it's my favorite of the big chain pizza places.
Manofohio - June 17, 2009 - Report this comment
in ohio they just opened 3 near where i live lol hatah!
Kyleigh - August 11, 2009 - Report this comment
I like Little Caesar's pizza especially the breadsticks.
Julie - August 16, 2009 - Report this comment
In the 80's and early 90's was when Little Ceasars had good pizza. Now it isn't as good as it used to be.
Trey - September 24, 2009 - Report this comment
Yeah, we have a Litte Caesar's near us in Atlanta now, and to my dissapointment, they don't seem to be as nearly as tasty as they used to be. Did something change? On a side note, anybody remember how they used to seve their beverages in that family-style carton that zipped open and closed? Loved it!
barkercakes - October 17, 2009 - Report this comment
does anyone remember their white chocolate raviolis? They looked just like ravioli but had wwhite chocolate as the "pasta" and milk chocolate filling. Soooooo goood!
Brooks - November 03, 2009 - Report this comment
I had completely forgotten about those raviolis until now! Wow, what a memory! I remember so many Friday nights when we'd head down to Little Ceasar's. The paper pizza boxes, the chocolate raviolis, it was awesome. Nothing really like that today, at least that I know of.
T - November 10, 2009 - Report this comment
I was just coming here to ask if anyone remembered those! When I first bought them, I remember standing in line with my dad ordering the pizza late one night on movie night. I saw chocolate ravioli on the menu and I begged him to order some. I thought it would REALLY be real chocolate-filled ravioli! After I got over my initial shock and disappointment, they tasted really good. But they weren't what I thought they were going to be.
Sarah L - December 22, 2009 - Report this comment
In Canada, Little Ceasars tastes like CRAP but back home in the States it's so delicious! Mmm. You can still buy a slice (which is like 1/4 of a pizza) for a buck.
Sara - February 20, 2010 - Report this comment
They've just resurfaced in Southern Illinois and INdiana too.
cheetakatt - March 08, 2010 - Report this comment
We have them on almost every corner here. Hot n' Ready is great! They are round & in a hard box now but can't beat the $5 price. Lots of cheese & the sauce is more flavorful now. Cheesy sticks are out of this world. Pizza Hut went downhill when they teamed up with Wingstreet here in Wichita Falls. Love me some LC!!
The Commish - April 17, 2010 - Report this comment
You don't sell pizza at that price without cutting some corners. Their product is terrible. We only get Little Caesars when teenagers come over, because they'll eat anything.
The Commish is the Dish!!! - April 18, 2010 - Report this comment
The Commish is the dish, alright. Great answer!! Little Caesar is not pizza, but white bread with catcup and rotten cheese food! The only reall pizza is the ones made my real WOPs in New Jersey and New York City. Jersey shore, reall ghenia stuff. Go over to the Dutch Mill Donuts site everyone. That's where you'll find some reall great folks!!!
The Best Ever - July 04, 2010 - Report this comment
the crazy bread was the best ever & still is. Loved the pizza too!!! Please retract your comment...
Paula - July 18, 2010 - Report this comment
There is a Little Barfies (what we always called them) in my old hometown of Richmond Indiana. JThey just moved back there 2 years ago after a 5 year hiatus.
Amanda - August 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Never big on the pizza, but for a very short time they had chocolate ravioli dessert, white chocolate "pasta" shells filled with milk chocolate, that was heavenly.
Shan - August 10, 2010 - Report this comment
We had one right down the street from us and they not only had pizza and crazy bread but sandwiches(hoagies) and salads..I remeber their hoagies were actually on these parmesan crusted flatbreads(they were the BOMB)and obviously way before their time with that cuz now flatbreads are everywhere! I had the new little caesar pizza but it just wasnt as good as when I was 8 in the summer (SIGH)
ron - September 23, 2010 - Report this comment
what is a picture of the chocolate ravioli.
conn - September 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Chocolate Ravioli is something odd, I will admit. And I'm sorry to tell you guys this, but Little Caears pizza is Shiit! Try real New Jersey pizza made by real WOPs! The only way to go. "I want to take you in my arms and take you away Amanda." You like the song by the rock band Boston?
Sarah M. - October 15, 2010 - Report this comment
A Little Ceasars opened up a few years ago here, in central NY. It's not too bad, we get it when were having a party and need a lot of pizza for a low price. Nothing beats their dipping sauces Though, I just love their Buffalo Ranch sauce. We have some of the best pizza here, and once in awhile it sounds good. When I was youngerin the early 90's my brother worked at 1 when they 1st opened, and we got to go to a grand opening party, they were giving out Little Ceasar, finger puppets. I think I still have one laying around.
joe - December 04, 2010 - Report this comment
come to mich there everywhere and they suck....remember the pizza on cardboard wraped in paper wish i remembered wut they called it
Alana Cicchi - January 04, 2011 - Report this comment
I am in Minnesota and I was in different parts of Mn in the 80s, my boyfriend works at a Little Ceasars NOW, and they sell five dollar pizzas and crazy bread wich IS in fact cut up rolled pizza dough slices, BUT I recall in the 80s and even early 90s they sold pepperoni bread with mini pepperonis inside sliced crazy bread.THAT was awesome.I always got the two square pizzas at once, Pizza Pizza, it tasted alot better fresh. They never compared to Godfathers Pizza, but it was a good deal if you needed alot of food fast.Still is.
Starfighter - January 13, 2011 - Report this comment
PLEASE bring back the square pizza! The edges were SOOOOO good!
Windy - January 26, 2011 - Report this comment
LOVED the Chocolate Ravioli, although I had only one opportunity to eat it. I was thinking the white chocolate part was a fondant with a dark chocolate truffle filling... egads, now I'm daydreaming about that damn candy. And yes, I'm old enough to remember getting 2 large loaded pizzas for $10. And then when they started selling the Crazy Bread, loved that too.
D-Rock - April 23, 2011 - Report this comment
Used to love the square pizza back in the day. The current $5 pizza is crap but its cheap. I guess thats their business model now.
shawn 34 - August 01, 2011 - Report this comment
what was the long, rectangle pizza called back in the day?
SZA - August 03, 2011 - Report this comment
Wasn't that the Big Foot Pizza?
lbettie - August 18, 2011 - Report this comment
it was the Big!Big! pizza by the foot or something like that ;) packaged with the white paper instead of a pizza box.. my favorite back in the day!
Mitch - October 26, 2011 - Report this comment
Little Caesar's has always been awful, and nearly everyone thinks so. Even when I was a kid I hated their pizza. There is a reason why they aren't expanding, rather shrinking. All of the ones in Northern VA have gone out of business, there are only a handful left.
Jan Griffiths - December 30, 2011 - Report this comment
Remember when Little Caesar's sold a big bucket of spaghetti? I really miss that.
Glaivemaster - January 01, 2012 - Report this comment
The square pizza from the 80s was the best. They haven't been the same since. The only way to get a decent LC pizza now is to order one with extra cheese - it will remind you *just a bit* of the 80s square pizzas. Also, the italian cheese bread makes a better combo than the crazy bread - put them together and you have taken a (small) step back into the best decade ever.
tewkewl - January 31, 2012 - Report this comment
I still remember the 80s little caesars. Those two cheapo round pizzas were awesome because they were light on the grease. i loved the yellow peppers on them pizzas too! but alas, sometime in the early 90s they completely changed their recipe thereby destroying the main reason i went to little caesars. why upscale when people liked the pizza pizza or pan pan pizzas! i miss those bags/boxes. they could really set themselves apart if they returned to that old recipe!
cecelia - March 22, 2012 - Report this comment
Does anyone remember the buckets of spaghetti they sold? random. My dad picked up Little Ceasars almost every Wednesday for dinner growing up because my mom worked late that day. I loved the crazy bread. The rest I could take or leave. I now have a store a minute away from me in California and it's not horrible...the ingredients they use at the local store are super fresh.
SZA - March 23, 2012 - Report this comment
HA, Cecelia, yes I remember the buckets of spaghetti. Random indeed. What doesn't sound appetizing about a "bucket of spaghetti"? :/
Tammy - June 05, 2012 - Report this comment
Do you remember the cheese spread that you could get with the breadsticks!! I would love to find that recipe!
Swiss - June 27, 2012 - Report this comment
I remember in the 80's & 90's we would get Little Caesar's. They had the 2 pizza deal called the "Big Foot" that came on a big cardboard sheet. It was more expensive then, but they had an actual recipe at that time that gave it a very unique flavor from any other pizza. It was like an actual pizza place. But since they went to the $5 pizza model they just taste like regular pizza. But even beside the price, I still think it tastes better than the other major chains (and anyone who actual knows something about pizza shouldn't be going to the major chains if they're in the mood for taste over budget). But I really wish I could find one that still makes the original recipe. I'd pay good money to taste that again.
Kyle - September 03, 2012 - Report this comment
do not call 1-800-try-little-c. (little caesars.) you will regret it. just a warning from a random guy.
jaz - September 11, 2012 - Report this comment
The old 90s flavor is gone
Mark - January 20, 2013 - Report this comment
Obviously back, but it is completely different. Doesnt taste the same.But cant complain about the price. Miss the orginal style,square pieces. AND the crazy bread came with a nacho cheese dip....THE BOMB.And the new cheese dip you have to buy isnt anything close to the original.
Kristina - January 22, 2013 - Report this comment
I just e mailed them about their bucket of spaghetti. I really enjoyed that. They should bring it back!
cathy - January 29, 2013 - Report this comment
does anyone remember the name of there sandwiches / hogies
craig - February 10, 2013 - Report this comment
back in 98 here in mason city,ia little caesar's pizza was hands down the best around!!!!! Dominos tasted like cardboard and Pizza Hut was ok. But i got to say little caesar's sucks now its just not as good they dont offer that goodness any more from there bread sticks to there pizza crust and no stuff crust for same!!!
Hannah - March 06, 2013 - Report this comment
Yummy! I also remember the chocolate raviolis. Shame on Little Caesars for discontinuing them. They were really good!
moy g - April 05, 2013 - Report this comment
Its amazing so many of us remember the old"pizza pizza" from little caesars.My friend would buy it for his kids all the time it was a unique concept and the pizza was good for the price,they should bring it back
tim h. - July 03, 2013 - Report this comment
I remember having it once in the late 80s. We got it next to my tae kwon do place in sterling, va. It was great. Back in 2004 or so, I noticed one in Fredericksburg, va. I got one, and ate the whole thing, after a long day working construction. It was low cost, but not near as good as I recalled. it could be that any pizza is good when you're a kid though.
name - July 24, 2013 - Report this comment
how about the puppet band?
Charlie - January 31, 2014 - Report this comment
Came out in 1959, with the PIZZA PIZZA slogan coming out in 1979. Check out the classic origami commercial on youtube!
Pgh. - February 12, 2014 - Report this comment
Used to get the two-pizza deal often in the early '90s when I was young. It was great! It came in a long wrapped package. I recall some of the other stuff they offered, like the chocolate ravioli. I believe they even had some kind of Popeet-like accordion container with lemonade or something.
JustMe - March 30, 2014 - Report this comment
Stuff I didnt know, but I remember their sub sandwich, perhaps it was that parmesan crust bread, but that sandwich knocked me OUT! Cheese was perfectly melted, flavor was great, I wish they would bring that back.
b4letta - May 17, 2014 - Report this comment
In the 80's we'd save our allowance just somwe could walk to Little Caesar's to but the two pack, Pizza!Pizza! in the white paper. Boy was thathe best pizza in the world. I still have one of my plastic Little Caesar hand puppets.Today's Little Caesar's pizza tastes like crappy, $5.00 cardboard.
Mcdyl2468 - May 26, 2014 - Report this comment
Pizza! Pizza! :)
mark p - June 12, 2014 - Report this comment
I remember back in the eighty n ninety their sanwiches was the best better then the pizza everybody in my neighboor's would just by the sanwiches it was hella good.too bad they stop selling it in the 90s. And the chocalate ravioli was the best. The pizza now it now like it used to be that why they try so hard to push the $5.00 deals.
Ronnie - June 30, 2014 - Report this comment
So many good memories of pizza dinner. Bring back the chocolate Ravioli! They were so good, it was the perfect ending to a delicious dinner.
Eugol Dlareg - November 25, 2014 - Report this comment
I was a delivery driver at Little Caesar's for a few months
jason from texas - January 17, 2015 - Report this comment
I remember the white chocolate ravioli, it was awesome. My brothers and I would get little ceasars every Saturday night. Man i miss the 80s!! Little ceasars is all over the Austin area.
Holly - March 06, 2015 - Report this comment
What happened to the white cheese dip with the breadsticks? That was soooo good. Wonder if there is any information on it? I'd love to try to make it at home?
corey - April 22, 2015 - Report this comment
Does anyone remember the Slice!Slice! ? It was two "slices" (each one was really two though so you basically had half a medium pizza) for 3 bucks? God it was so good back then. Cheese was completely different. Mon madness ($5 1 topping large) and Wacky Wednesday's($4 1 topping medium).
Bob - May 10, 2015 - Report this comment
used to work at a shop....the difference back then was we made the sauce from cans and a spice had to sit for 24 hours before you used it...the cheese was ground in the dough mixer...2 blocks mozzarella and 1 block muenster...know the sauce comes in a pouch and the cheese comes pre-cut
Shannon - May 15, 2015 - Report this comment
I must be the only one who ordered sesame seeds on my Little Caesars pizza crust. I remember garlic butter but can't remember the other crust toppings.
Tim - July 16, 2015 - Report this comment
I want the sandwiches back!!! They were in pita bread shaped bread (much like the crazy bread) stuffed with goodness. So good!!!!!
Patrick in Dallas - November 22, 2015 - Report this comment
HELLO, LITTLE CAESAR'S, THIS NEEDS TO GO TO THE CEO...Please, Please Bring back the crust and recipe of the original. You can keep the crummy 5 dollar one for another menu choice if you want but, I would like the choice of eating one of the original recipe little Caesar'Pizza. I was so excited to see one going in near my home until I ate there and was never so disappointed in my life...BRING BACK THE ORIGINAL !!! Bring back PIZZA PIZZA !!!
Nicole - January 17, 2016 - Report this comment
Doesn't anyone remember their stuffed crust omg it was the best. Wish they'd bring back old recipe it was so much better
Troy - March 04, 2016 - Report this comment
Like others mentioned before, I believe the sauce has changed, and that is the difference. I delivered LC pizza in 1995 and the dough was made fresh each morning in a mixer. The sauce was my favorite, and was very sweet and salty. The LC pizza I just ate had a vinegar taste to the sauce. Not the same, and not very tasty. Bring back the old sauce! What would it cost, like $0.02 per pizza?
Sarah - May 29, 2016 - Report this comment
I don't really remember the LC pizza of the 90s, but we have more LCs than we have Starbucks in CA (well, maybe about the same). The pizza isn't gourmet, but it's good pizza and only $5 to $6 for a large.
Highway - July 15, 2016 - Report this comment
As another said, being from Michigan (the home of LC) we take them for granted. It is not good pizza but not horrible either. I liked their pizza in the 80s, it was marketed as "Pizza Pizza", two for one. Back in the early 80s even Pizza Hut had a decent pizza, brought fresh to your table and sliced in front of you. Little Sleasars Detroit Style Pan Pizza is a knock off of Jet's Pizza, an awesome Michigan chain that specializes in the 8 corner square pizza with Turbo Crust, it is also a knock off of Buscemi's (Detroit) 8 corner wood fired pizza, which is reasonable and utterly ridiculously good! We are spoiled here in Michigan, we have loads of fantastic mom and pop pizza joints that rival the best anywhere.
Wendy - October 15, 2016 - Report this comment
Does anyone remember when Little Caesers had tuna melts?
Florida - October 31, 2016 - Report this comment
Yea I loved their pizza in the 80s and 90s but today their are cheaply mad and no flavor. I would pay normal price if they brought back the original great tasting pizzas like the pantangle and others but they did not. I tried their pizza over a year ago and thew it away after eating only a couple of bites. You get better taste from a Totino's frozen pizza which I will eat before I waste another dime on a LC pizza.
Jamie - November 27, 2016 - Report this comment
Yes!!! I remember the tuna melts, the best ever. Wish they would bring them back!!!
Wendy - December 03, 2016 - Report this comment
Me too Jamie!
Kristen - March 27, 2017 - Report this comment
I am 30 but i remember tuna melts from there when I was very little. My mother was the manager of one in Saginaw Michigan. I feel like it has went down just like everything else in this country.
Rob Lambert - May 18, 2017 - Report this comment
Little Caesar Pizza originated in Detroit, 1971.Didn't really become a national chain around 1978. No thanks to K Mart, which closed and had a pizza place inside, no longer can enjoy my $5 pizza in its seating area. The only one left is take-out.
Jennifer - June 12, 2017 - Report this comment
As a past employee, manager, and lover of little c's... Hoping I can help with some memories. The square pizza, when originally introduced, was a completely different flour and oil mixture from the round. The difference in taste was amaze-balls. It changed named a few times. Big big cheese, big big Caesar, and when they did all pepperoni loaded! The "cheese spread" spoken of, was just plain cream cheese with chives. In the early nineties, the garlic butter used on crazy bread, was four pounds of butter and two heaping tablespoons of crushed garlic, now it comes in a gelatinous monster bucket. The parm cheese is 100% grated cheese with 4 ounces of kosher salt added upon mixing. Chocolate ravioli was a double pack of white chocolate shaped ravioli stuffed with a creamy milk chocolate. Sold in my store for .59. Baby pans were the best invention ever. The sandwiches were a halved 10oz dough ball(made within 24 hours), coated on both sides with garlic butter and placed in a special pita shaped pan to rise naturally before cooking at 450* for 5-6 minutes. The result was deliciousness. The oil they used in the Italian sandwiches was a blend of their regular pizza oil, 100% veg oil, plus 3-4 oz of Banana pepper juice, mix well. Made daily. Provolone cheese slices for the sandwiches. They were all microwaved, even the tuna. The big bucket of spaghetti was so good. The meat was awful to prepare. It came in hunks packed in plastic. Cooked in the microwave and beaten with a whisk until it crumbled, added to pre-seasoned spaghetti sauce. The sauce alone was amazing on pizza. Served with crazy bread on top. Does anyone remember the pepperoni trio pizza? It was an awful grease filled mild to spice pepperoni filled mess. But, it was so tasty! The cheese blend was 2 parts mozzarella to 1 part Munster. So good when freshly ground. The sauce was 9 cans of crushed tomato paste, three cans of cold water and 1 large or 3 small spice packet blends. Proprietary blend. They eventually moved the cans to bags, they still add spices. The sauce is different now, they put the garlic which was a dried spice directly into the sauce as an ingredient during processing. The original dough ripe is still the same. For a while, they were just using the regular dough for square pizzas, just more in ounces. However when they came out with the new deep dish, they went back to a separate flour, and new oil to grease the pans with, for flavor. Letting the dough proof more than 2 days is gross to me. I hate the fermentation of yeast. Tastes terrible. No dough should ever be older than 3 days. Ever. Crazy bread is a 10 ounce dough ball, flattened and squared off. Cut seven times for eight sticks. Cook 3/4 way through the Pizza oven, and topped with garlic butter spread, and parm cheese. All pans are layered with cornmeal except squares that get oil. They've changed the pepperoni supply several times. That nots the restaurant itself, corporate requires them to buy all their product no matter what. The best times at Caesars were their promotions. Like the picnic picnic when you got two pizzas, bread, and a thermos filled with drink or kool aid packets. Anyone remember the surprise packages? The specialty pizzas? Meatsa, veggie, supreme, super supreme, and cheeser? Specialty crusts were parmasean, garlic butter, sesame seed, or poppy seed. My favorite sandwich was the Italian. Two kinds of salami(Genoa and hard), ham, and provolone. Yum!! Salads. Ugh. Chef, green, Greek, and Caesar. Nothing fun about any of them. The Italian dressing was the best. By Kens. Remember ribs? The BBQ sauce was amazing! Cattle mans sweet. I made a few onion, mushroom, and bacon pizzas with that sauce! Slices were always hot in my store. We did .50 slices on Tuesdays. The chicken wings used to be delish, now they keep them prepared for hours. Terrible. I can't think of anything else, but if you have questions I haven't answered, I'll try! I'm going tomorrow to my local store and tell them I want an old pozza. LOL
Mark - June 30, 2017 - Report this comment
The original Pizza Pizza in cardboard sleeves was actually good but the current pizza they serve is just awful. The Crazy Bread is still awesome at least. I would kill to have their spaghetti bucket again; I still crave it after 20 years! Need the sauce recipe (wasn't the same as the bread or pizza sauce).
Shawn - July 21, 2017 - Report this comment
Not sure why they had to go and change the ingredients. Most of us look forward to familiar tastes, especially when we get older. These pizzas and the hot & ready pizzas are now terrible! They do not taste the same at all. They have become so unfamiliar that I refuse to eat there anymore.
Tam - October 28, 2017 - Report this comment
Jennifer, Thank you for all the tips. I'm especially greatful that you clarified that the "crazy cheese" was just chives cream cheese. I'd been looking forever!
JD - March 05, 2018 - Report this comment
Something changed about their recipe in the late 90's, they haven't been the same since. Sad.
John - February 28, 2019 - Report this comment
I worked many hours for Little Caesars in 1980 time frame. The pizzas were all hand made back then, and cooked in gas ovens in our store. Pizza Pizza was an option, not the standard. I took lots of phone orders for special pizzas in 3 sizes. On Mondays, I ran the store myself and for about two hours the entire lobby was packed. This was an upper middle class area. The pizza was GOOD. Not Italian, not NYC, not Chicago, but a great value. Regrettably, I have not enjoyed the pizzas as the recipe does seem to have changed and realistically, the conveyor pizzas were NEVER as good as the hand tossed originals. The moral of the story is: Mike Ilitch was an awesome, humble man who was the true father of Detroit for over 20 years. I hope someone will continue the tradition.
Annette Shepherd - August 13, 2019 - Report this comment
Thank you Jennifer-my fave was the veggie sandwich. I still miss those.
Bill - October 24, 2019 - Report this comment
In my opinion LC extramost bestest is the best pizza ever hands down.
Carla - April 10, 2020 - Report this comment
I love the sesame crust, it was so delicious!
Don - Pensacola, FL. - August 10, 2020 - Report this comment
I just went to one for the first time since the late 80’s and bought a hot-n-ready pepperoni pizza and crazy stuffed bread for $9.72 with my $10 gift card. It was pretty good and no waiting!
Gloria - September 28, 2020 - Report this comment
The best sandwiches ever, my favorite was BLT and the Tuna, the bread was Delicious!!! Why would they discontinue something that to this day, no sandwich shop can come close to??? Bring them back or at least let us buy the bread!!! Yummy !
Rob Lambert - March 02, 2021 - Report this comment
GOOD NEWS A new Little Caesar's opened in Racine, Wis. BAD NEWS: It's only a take-out and drive thru. No indoor seating. The building it opened in (occupying a mere 25% of available space) recently housed a Salvation Army thrift store. I did buy a $5 classic one-topping pizza. walked home with it. Pizza was already cold. It's been four years since the Little Caesar's in K Mart closed. You could sit down and enjoy the pizza hot! I Miss that!
Ken - March 31, 2021 - Report this comment
I stumbled on this thread while searching “why is crazy bread different now?” We just picked up some in Louisville and it’s nothing like it was in the 80’s-90’s. It used to so buttery and covered with parm. And I remember them being more of a flat shape. Today they looked like Olive Garden plain breadsticks with a “tiny” amount of Parmesan. Sad. 😞

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