Pizza in the press, the sequel

No surprise that Pagliacci’s WS delivery expansion inspired another mention today by that P-I guy. Unlike last time, though, no shout-out to us bloggy types, good, bad, or otherwise.

4 Replies to "Pizza in the press, the sequel"

  • MAS March 8, 2007 (8:41 am)

    Apparently being caught out in a fib regarding delivery range based on 7 minutes and then changing their policy based on public pressure is a clear sign to Jamieson that the original claims of neighborhood profiling were “wrongheaded.”

    It’s great that Pags has evaluated customer demand, and is rising to meet that demand. Jamieson’s “proof” that Pags never had a profiling policy is that they still don’t deliver to an affluent neighborhood because no matter how you drive it, they can’t deliver a hot pizza.

    Since that’s been shown not to be true in WS, I wonder what the justification for the original delivery area was. I know I wouldn’t just make assumptions that deleted large swaths of potential customers without getting in a car and checking things out a bit.

  • Bubba March 8, 2007 (11:55 am)

    If’n ya want hot pizza delivered to your door why not get the whole oven?

    rumor afoot that Veraci might be coming to our farmers market…yum

  • Westseattlite March 10, 2007 (11:00 am)

    **Just got news that Garlic Jim’s has pushed back their opening from 3/20/07 to March 27th!! Can we possibly wait that long West Seattle??!

  • Highpointer March 11, 2007 (4:30 pm)

    I live near the highpoint library around 35th Ave SW, and I do find that Pags will deliver if they have somebody available to do it and they aren’t too busy. However, when you go to pick up sometimes, they’re a little neglectful in letting you wait while other who come in after you get their pie first while your pie sits on a shelf.

    I’ve had Garlic Jim’s–tastes similar to Pizza Hut.

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