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Frankies has an amazing pizza. We dated in the 60's eating it. We fed our small children mushrooms from the pizza when they were toddlers. And in the 80's bought it for our kids and their friends. We now are always asked to buy it,...More
The taco pizza was good and held up to reviews of others. The garlic bread needed a lot (butter, garlic, flavor, something). They were "short staffed", but didn't also have a lot of people inside. The waitress looked frazzled and didn't check on us much...More
We were staying in Ashland so stopped in at Frankie’s Place for pizza. We didn’t meet Frankie but our waitress was friendly and service was good. We started with a beer, a cider and Family size (5piece) Garlic cheese bread with a cup of pizza...More
We are a family of 6, 2 13 year olds, 1 5 year old, and a 2 year old, and I got the distinct feeling they didn't want to serve us because we waited almost an hour and a half for our order which was...More
Open late which was nice as we arrived in town later in the evening (9pm on a Sunday). Small older place on the east side of town. Service was friendly and prompt/attentive. We had two thin crust pizzas (pepperoni & mushroom/pepp) that we liked. The...More
Frankie's is an older looking pizza house on the outside...on the inside it’s no better. It has that feeling of an early 70’s restaurant converted or downgraded in what it is now. It’s cramped, it has too many tables for the amount of wait staff....More
Frankie’s was recommenced to us by the gal at the front desk where we were staying....we were very happy with our thin crust pizza and the service we received...it was a very busy place!!! We will go there again on our next trip through Ashland...More