My kids (ages 17, 13, 8, 4) and I ended up at Picasso's after trying to go to a couple of the local pizza buffets that hadn't started serving yet. We've been to Picasso's before, but it had been quite awhile since the last visit.
Service was prompt, and the young waitress was very nice although a little slow with drink refills. My 17 year old didn't get her soft drink refilled until the check was brought to the table. We wanted to try the peach iced tea but they were out of the peach syrup. I didn't sample any of the cocktails as I was driving. The drinks for kids need to be made a bit smaller.
We ordered a 16" five cheese pizza, a 10" BBQ chicken pizza, a side salad, and drinks for 5 people. The salad was a salad. It was nothing special. The cheese pizza was a cheese pizza. The crust is good but a little thicker than I like it. It would be nice if they offered a choice of crust thicknesses. I was not a fan of the sauce. It tasted canned as opposed to freshly made. The BBQ chicken pizza was good. It was a little too heavy on the BBQ sauce which overwhelmed the other ingredients.
My bill came out around $45, and with tip, I spent well over $50 for pizza. It's good pizza not great pizza and not worth the price. I won't rule out a take-out order that would shave off the drink prices or a date night with my husband, but it's unlikely we'll be back anytime soon.
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