Papa John's Pizza
In a word: As you'd expect.
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Conor, JM, Katie, Natalie, Nichole, Peter Clark, and Tina ate the Hawaiian BBQ chicken, original sausage, and thin-crust mushroom pizzas.
The bill was about $24, or $3.43/person with coupon (thanks, Bucky Book!).
Conor gave Papa John's Pizza an A-; Natalie gave Papa John's Pizza a B+; JM, Katie, Nichole, Peter Clark, and Tina gave Papa John's Pizza a B (see our grading rubric).
Papa John's Pizza is good for feeding a group, and we were lucky enough to have one to feed this time. Everyone was decently satisfied. Conor was its biggest fan, mostly (it sounds like) because of happy memories, so true of all food.
The sausage tasted pretty much like Brown and Serve, but in bite-sized morsels. The mushrooms went well on the thin crust, and the cheese and sauce were tasty but not, to put too fine a point on it, memorable. We appreciated the spicy banana pepper in each box - great for cutting grease and cleansing the palate - as well as the garlic dipping ""sauce"." Turns out that more than one of us had independently discovered that the oil-and-flavoring mix makes a thrifty substitute for butter with a box of Kraft Mac & Cheese.
Papa John's: Yup, standard take out pizza.