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We went there after work and there were 20 of us. They took the order and make them pizza quick. The pizza was great and the staff was friendly and really helpful. We will come back here again if we have the chance.
Great pizza in a nice setting. A bit on the expensive side but well worth the money. Overlooks the river, beer is cold and the spuds are great. Their chicken's good for a change of pace. Skip the boneless chicken wings though, they should be...pulled of the menu.More
This Abby's has an excellent manager. This shows in excellent service and by managers involvement in serving customers. Great parking. This isn't a fast food restraint but you don't have to wait long for a pizza. .
Our family was visiting and we decided to eat at Abby's. My husband and I have eaten there before (the one in Myrtle Creek, OR) and it's a hit and miss experience at best. This time there was practically no one in the restaurant and...yet it took us over 45 minutes to get our pizzas and then they were flat tasting like the sauce had been left off. Apparently they had a lot of to go orders which they probably should have told us about so we could decide if we wanted to sit there and wait for a mediocre pizza.More
Walked in about 4:30 on a Monday afternoon. One couple dining, no one else there. Ordered 2 pizzas for 4 people, and 4 drinks. Took over an hour to get the pizza. People walking in after placed orders (to go), got their order and left...during that time. When pizza was brought to table, had to ask for plates (to me a common sense thing), had asked for two ingredients to be added to one and one ingredient added to other....the pizza we requested one additional item had two added (matched the other pizza). And to be downright honest, the pizza was on the bland side. Also, overly priced. 13 inch pizza was $23.More
Abbey's started in Roseburg in '63 or '64, while I was in high school. It was the first pizza I'd ever had and fell in love with it, along with the rest of town. I went off to college in '65 to Corvallis where they...had a Shakey's and a Pietro's pizza parlors. To me their pizza was much like a catsup-coated soda cracker with a slilce of pepperoni here and a slice there, much unlike the pepperoni-covered pizza I was used to at Abbey's. Abbey's had more pepperoni on one slice that Shakey's or Pietro's had on a whole pizza. In the intervening years I've had pizza in many places across the country and I still find Abbey's as good as they come.More
I like Abby's fireside tables and this place's are on par with the other Abby's throughout the area. Friendly staff who are attentive. Not too crowded either since it is a small town compared to other Abby's in the area.