It's a quiet place other than the band practice that goes on there. The pizza is always good. The root beer that is homemade is a little bland.
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We finally decided to try Mud Puddle Pizza after driving by for several years. We checked them out on line and saw mixed reviews, but decided that it was worth the chance. The people on the phone were very friendly and we ordered a hand...More
We tried this place and didn't care for it. I like the authentic brick oven but didn't care for the pizza or the interior of the restaurant.
We went with our five year old daughter. After sitting for about 30 minutes the waitress brought us over some bread and told us that our pizza and wings (which should have been an appetizer) were going to be another 30 minutes at least because...More
The son of a friend, Seth, invited us to hear him play the piano and sing. He is so very talented! We ordered two great pizzas and the local brewed rootbeer and ale. We were impressed. I would like to go back for a pasta...More
Decided to stop in here because Burger barge was packed,about 2 blocks away. There were about 6 people there when we arrived on a Sat evening.The "Hostess" gave us a menu and said sit where we want.This restaurant kind of reminds me of eating in...More
We went here on a Friday night based on a review by the local paper. We walked in and were seated fairly quickly, but it went downhill from there. We ordered root beer because it was made in house. I like root beer and I'm...More
Hubby and I decided to try Mud Puddle on a recent Friday evening. We love pizza and live music, so this place seemed appropriate. The joint needs some sprucing up. Very dark (we needed phone app flashlight to read the menu, which, by the way...More
We visited Mud Puddles on Friday, October 4, 2013 by the recommendation of a coworker. We both love pizza and were anxious to try brick oven pizza. It took 5 minutes for someone to acknowledge us at the door, 15 minutes to get waited on...More