Thursday, February 4, 2010

Costco Food Court Pizza Part 2

At about 2p.m. Last Friday, my day off, I found myself at the Costco doing some shopping.  Standing in the check-out line I decided I better get a slice of pizza (a tragic moment of weakness), it had been a couple of weeks since I had last had pizza and I wasn't expecting to get any until my holiday in late February (little did I know).  
So I got a slice of combo and a soda, it cost $2 and some change.  The combo has pepperoni, sausage, red onions, green peppers and black olives.  I'm not big in green peppers but they were pretty much on top of everything and easy to pull off.  So was it worth $2 and change?  Just, see my previous review for more on my thoughts of Costco Food Court PizzaIf I get pizza at Costco at some point in the future I will probably stick to a pepperoni slice.

On another note, the exit employee (the person who checks your receipt as you leave) said that you didn't need a Costco card to eat at the food court.  If your jones'n for a Costco pizza slice and you don't have a membership I recommend you call ahead so as to avoid disappointment.




irondad said...

My mother happens to be a fan of Costco pizza. Now that somebody else besides her endorses it, perhaps I'll give it a spin.

By the way, I'm curious as to why you won't get pizza until a holiday in late February?

682202 said...

Irondad, I only endorse it if you are already at Costco and famished from pushing the extra large cart around the store. And if your significant other won't let you stop at a real pizza joint on the way home. Then by all means have a slice :)

I insist on pizza for my annual personal holiday which falls on 22nd, so I figured I would be kept on a pizza free diet until then, luckily that wasn't the case. I happen to fall into pizza twice more this week. GAW