From original to stuffed crust, these take-home pizzas are oven ready for a quick make-at-home meal.. In Short In 1995, two small franchises--Papa Aldo's Pizza and Murphy's Pizza--merged, forming a nationwide take-and-bake chain. The dough is prepared in-house daily, and topped with fresh cheese and basic (pepperoni, mushroom, olives) or gourmet (chicken, artichoke, spinach, herbs) combinations. Order the thin-crust deLITE pizza for a low-cal, low-carb option, or get a family-style stuffed pizza, loaded with toppings inside and on top of a thick crust. Dessert pizzas, salads and calzones are also available.
I'm not opposed to Papa Murphy's pies, in fact, when done propertly, this pies are good. However, this particular location is under new management which has driven down the quality of the product. A gang of teenages stand in an uneasy line waiting for the owner to take the order. Once place, the owner hovers in the background making sure not piece of extra shredded cheese meets contact with your pie. The end result? A puny pie with runny sauce and no flavor. I tried again but the next outing was so bad, that I gave the owner my repeat customer card and told her I would not be back. She didn't get it. sigh!