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It’s always nice to have options when look for high-demand food like pizza. Sometimes, you just don’t wanna wait thirty minutes to place an order at your favorite place, but you also don’t want to give up too much quality. Ken’s Pizza, located on Church Street between Main and Pearl, is an excellent place to go for such an occasion.
Ken’s Pizza is a nice restaurant with good service and tasty food. They pizza they serve is thin-crust and loaded with delicious cheese. They also serve a selection of subs, pastas, and sandwiches, including a very good Philly Cheesesteak.
The food is good, but the pricing is only decent. Most single items won’t run you over $10, so if you aren’t a heavier eater you should be fine. The individual slices are pretty cheap: less than three dollars per, but the full pizzas get a little more expensive. They cost between $13- $15 depending on whether you get a medium or large.
The service is fairly fast at Ken’s. A slice will only take a few minutes to cook up, but bigger items like hot subs and pizzas can take ten to fifteen minutes to get ready. This is also if you just walk in and order. There isn’t a website to order from, and I don’t think they deliver, but like most places you can call ahead for take out.
I don’t often see Ken’s full, so it’s a nice place to hit when everywhere else is too busy to get you your food quickly. While it may not be an everyday place, it’s still very good.
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