Papa Johns menu has a good variety of specialty pizzas, but seems a
little more limited in toppings, crusts and other food items than
Dominos and Pizza Hut.
That isn't necessarily a bad thing unless you're looking for lots of variety at the favorite pizza delivery place. But does the selection stack up?
Papa John's seems to stick to its specialty pizza. You won't find pasta or sandwiches at Papa John's (at least not where we live), but you will find a few side items like wings and breadsticks.
Let's see if the pizza selection makes up for a lack of other stuff...
Our mouth is watering a tad after writing about Papa John's specialty pizzas. They offer a nice variety of flavors and toppings for all kinds of pizza lovers. The specialty pizzas include:
Papa John's doesn't get crazy with different crust options. They offer the standard original crust, thin crust and pan crust.
We know they were offering a whole wheat crust on large pizzas for awhile (because yes, we ordered it) and it was pretty good, but like we've mentioned before, a wheat crust probably isn't going to be a long-term popular option for most pizza lovers and we're not seeing it on the Papa John's menu anymore (although it may be available in certain locations.)
Papa John's crust is handmade and never frozen. It wins our vote!
Papa Johns menu offers all the typical toppings. Nothing too out of the ordinary on their topping list.
We like that their veggies are always fresh. Their green peppers and onions are purchased in local markets and the olives are grown in Spain.
You can order Papa John's online and on your cell phone. What's nice is if you order the same thing every time, you can save it as a favorite and it you don't have to rebuild it every time you log in to order.
The only downside...the password's they give you are
obnoxious and we haven't figured out how to change them, requiring us to
password" every time and wait for an email with a new obnoxious