We went to Pizza House on Lincoln for the first time ever yesterday afternoon. The sign says it's been open since 1961 - impressive. Clearly a neighborhood place, close to working class homes and some train tracks.
Anyway - the food was quite good. We loved the meatballs, the spaghetti was tasty, the pizza was about the same as about a dozen other places in Columbus. The service was very competent, not terribly quick, but we were neither in a hurry nor made to feel forgotten. I liked the layout of the place, it seems designed for each station to have maximum privacy. Very, very clean, and the bathroom was immaculate. We don't live close by but I am certain we will return.
We never saw anyone working there who looked like a 'Satan worshipper', as was mentioned in an earlier post. I thought it must be a joke when I read it, but it looks like some religious fool decided to use this site to impinge upon a freedom of expression right. Whatever... just know that this is a nice place to eat lunch and/or dinner, no evildoers, no devils, no Satanists, and no witches. The closest to evil is that this is a Pepsi place, not Coca Cola, but that's more subjective than anything.
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