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421 Seventh St E, St Paul, MN | Directions 5510144.953762 -93.083304
Mon. - Sat. 11am - 11pm;Sun. 11am - 10:30pm
Neighborhoods: Dayton's Bluff
Savoys Pizza on County Road E in Vadnais Hights, MN – I think this Savoy's is very slow and expensive. Never get the onion rings for delivery by the time they get to you they are nothing but mush. The pizza was burnt and it had the most strangest taste to it you couldnt even eat it. The mozarella sticks were cold.
SLOW, BAD SERVICE, AND TERRIBLE CRUST – GREW UP LOVING THIS PLACE. DONT KNOW WHAT CHANGED OWNER IS A JERK AND THERE PIZZA'S CRUST SUCKS
Slow!! – Worst service ever. So slow and not worth the wait! Pizza was fine, but nothing is worth over an hour wait at 5 pm on a Wednesday. And we even called ahead!! Won't come back.
Best Pizza in St. Paul – I moved to Florida 4 years ago and still can't find a pizza place I would go back to a second time. I have pizza 1/2 baked and frozen (20) at a time and have friends ship them to me, or bring them when they come down. I'm very popular with my in-laws when I get the pizza's from home, as they can't find any as good as Savoy's either.
They changed their pizza crust. – I used to love their pizza but when we went there two weeks ago we ate the topping and not the crust because it tasted like cardboard.
I'm hoping they go back to making their own pizza crust because the premade crust just doesn't cut it.
Yes! – Born in Upper Michigan raised in Chicago... I say YES to Savoys!!!
Of course you'[ll have to wait your turn.... that's a sign of Great Food!!!!!!!
Amazing pizza, not such good service. – I have always loved savoy's. it's by far my favorite pizza. My fiance had never been so we went out to eat there, we were initially told it would be a 45 min. wait for the pizza, which was fine because it was mother's day and busy. Our waitress took our drink and appetizers orders, it took 15 min. for our drinks to reach our table, a half an hour for our appetizers and an hour and a half for our pizza. our waitress wasn't checking on us, we could see her just inside the kitchen stuffing her face while we waited for our food(I was also pregnant at the time), i had to stop her for a drink refill. I have worked in many restaurants, and know how tipping goes, We didn't tip her too well, than we realized she was okay with that, because she took the HIGHEST amount of recommended gratuity out of our change. I love savoy's too much to not eat there, but i am never dining in again.
HORRIBLE experience! – I recently dined in at the downtown St. Paul Savoy location to celebrate a friend's birthday. Being short on time, we looked online and called in our order. The food came quickly, but my hamburger literally had a pool of grease sitting on it when it came to me. The food was good, but our waitress never came back to the table to check on us until she gave us our check. When the check came, the prices in the store did not reflect the online prices, and when we questioned it (I pulled up the menu on my blackberry) they refused to even discuss the manner. The manager first claimed that they did not even have a website, which they clearly do and I was holding it in my hand on my blackberry so all she needed to do was look. She wouldn't even look, basically told me I was cheap for even having the nerve to tell her that the prices she was trying to charge me were not the prices stated in the online menu, and she ended up throwning a doller of her tip money at me and walking away, then very loudly complaining to everyone at the bar about our table. In addition to this horrible experience, this restaurant fired all of their union workers, and refuses to hire more because they do not want to pay people a fair wage. I'm certainly never going back. There are several other places in town where you can get good pizza!
Old School Pizza – Most are gone. Mamas on Rice St is good, but different. I have read about the service - the place is busy. As for the people that are complaing about the pizza, I guess they grew up on Pizza Hut and Dominos!
Old, slow, Norm Coleman's father... – This place is doesn't have the best service or ambiance; however, it does have the best thin-crust pizza in town. I've had pizza in many cities known for their pizza. It's lame and doesn't have anything on Savoy. I find the atmosphere amusing and then the pizza tops it off.
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