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Little Caesars

Little Caesars is a small pizza shop located in Crescent Heights, along Northland Way, near the Co-op grocery store.

Little Caesars - Pizza Pizza!

Little Caesars - Pizza Pizza!

The pizza outpost opened up at the beginning of the summer in 2009, and pretty quick afterward, Taylor said we had to go there, so we did. The pizza was much the same as you would expect from Pizza Hut or Pizza 73, with the exception that Little Caesars pizza is prepared beforehand and placed into ovens to keep them warm until being purchased, which is the same with their side dishes as well.

The downside to pre-preparing is that the pizza might be sitting there for a while before you stroll along, or they might not have pre-prepared the type of pizza you wanted before you got there. The upside is that you can walk in and within a couple minutes, walk out with hot pizza and side dishes in hand.

Downsides apart, the pizza and (semi-oily) bread sticks that Taylor and I purchased were good. A word of warning; however, is to not eat in your car and balance the bread stick sauce container on your knee and try to dance, because you will have a bad time cleaning the mess out of your console, or wherever it lands.

Little Caesars is located at #109, 20 Northland Way Ne in Crescent Heights.

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7 Responses to “Little Caesars”

  1. September 4th, 2009 at 11:13 AM

    Vaughn says:

    The oiliness is a reference to traditional Greek and Italian cuisine. If you every try some of their sauces you will see this clearly because they aren’t like most sauces from other pizza places – they are all oil based. Dusty and I were quite surprised by this, but it was still good. They usually also have some amazing deals on like Medium Pepperoni’s for $5 each.

  2. September 4th, 2009 at 11:15 AM

    Rod Ruff says:

    $5 pizzas can’t be beat. Grab 2 pepperonis for ten beans and compare this to spending $25 on 2 Pizza 73 pies.

  3. September 4th, 2009 at 7:57 PM

    Dean says:

    Little Caesars had a franchise in Medicine Hat once before in the early 1980s. At that time the outlet was located along Dunmore Rd near XSCargo.

    From all appearances the previous operation was busy and suddenly closed after a few years.

  4. September 4th, 2009 at 9:38 PM

    Sean says:

    Taylor and I went to Little Caesars tonight. We were in and out in about 2.5 ish minutes. We even beat the song on the radio in the car before it ended. It also helped that we went during supper time, when all the pizzas there are probably less than 5 or 10 minutes old.

  5. September 5th, 2009 at 2:10 PM

    Kab0b says:

    I love Little Ceasars. it’s my fav pizza place and the crazy bread is the best. I do kinda wish they would offer the full arrangement of products that the calgary and other cities have. (stuffed crust)

  6. September 8th, 2009 at 11:54 AM

    Dusty says:

    It’s different than I remember from when Little Caesars was last in Medicine Hat – which would have went into the 90’s for me to remember it. I think it gives you that option of inexpensive yet tasty pizza that didn’t really exist before in Medicine Hat.

  7. October 19th, 2010 at 7:49 PM

    food pro says:

    Little Ceasers was good now its a joke this pizza is low quallity and give you gut pains. also if you left the pizza in the fridge and tryed eating it the next day its absoluty stail and dry . I don’t recomend this food as it probley is not good for you. my guts would be acking every time i triyed it
    CHEAP FOOD FOR TOP DOLLAR I live right by the place and its packed every night I guess people just like crap.

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