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“My favorite pizza in the area”
Review of Papa Pete's Pizza

Papa Pete's Pizza
Ranked #3 of 15 Restaurants in Castle Rock
Description: This is the best pizza you will ever find. The crust is delicious and fairly thin. The pepperoni is awesome and if you like Taco pizza, a must to try!!! Right of Interstate-5.
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Description: This is the best pizza you will ever find. The crust is delicious and fairly thin. The pepperoni is awesome and if you like Taco pizza, a must to try!!! Right of Interstate-5.
Reviewed January 24, 2013

these guys have it down ....perfect crust, not too doughy but just enough crsipiness. Excellent sauce and loads of toppings. I love their salads and breadsticks too. Fun place for the kids too.

Thank beckjoe51
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Reviewed November 8, 2012 via mobile

If you like a great thin crust pizza this is the best! Service is ok, people are nice. Have been going to the one in Castlerock for about 20 years, live in Olympia, go all the way to centralia to get pizza, papa Pete's is better than anything in Oly!!!! Love the ones in centralia, castle rock, longview and woodland... It's all good!

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Thank Reubentinker
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Reviewed October 18, 2012 via mobile

Just stopped by this place for something quick. Worst pizza ever. The $1.00 Totino's pizzas are better than this. It was expensive, you can't refill your small drink, the whole place just seemed low brow. How do they stay in business? Anyone who thinks this is good needs to get out in the world and eat anything than whatever they eat in the cave they've been living in. My taste buds feel cheated. I have never felt compelled to review a restaurant until this moment. I wanted to spare others their money, time, and certain dissatisfaction.

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Thank gijen82
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Reviewed October 8, 2012

We live about 20 minutes from this place but it is worth the drive the pizza is always great and there is plenty of seating for large or small crowds. service is good.

Thank MustangMean
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Reviewed August 19, 2012

This spot is one of four in a regional chain known primarily for its "Christian," i.e., Evangelical literature spread around their stores. Somehow the owners have found their way to serve plenty of alcohol though along with average, but decent pizzas and breadsticks. All the immediate staff seem to be either teenagers or very early twenties and pretty unsophisticated, but willing. One in particular was very helpful to me as my wife and I and friend dropped $42 on a large pizza, a double order of breadsticks, a glass of wine and a beer after a trip to see Mt. St. Helens volcano just down the road.
We probably would go back if we found ourselves in similar circumstances, i.e., very hungry with limited options.

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Thank Steven S
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