About this business

  • Cuisine
    Pizza, Sandwiches

Tips

cynthia m.
Verified
Report | 8 months ago
There grinders are old school vs subway that weighs every item.
Pamela S.
Verified
Report | 9 months ago
The folks at Rudino's were very friendly and efficient. I phoned in an order for a number of sandwiches. The sandwiches were ready on time, made properly (wheat bread with sauces on the side), toasted and warm, and tasted great! Both the young woman I spoke with on the phone and the young man that packaged my order when I got there to pick it up were very pleasant and helpful. Great sandwiches, properly prepared, and great service. Yes, I'd recommend Rudino's.
Mark H.
Verified
Report | 10 months ago
Get a greek salad. Very good.
Lisa R.
Verified
Report | 10 months ago
Awesome food! Hand tossed, fresh, and made in store and baked perfectly for pizzas!
Cindy
Verified
Report | 10 months ago
Great pizza and calzones!
Nancie M.
Verified
Report | 10 months ago
Good everything
Randy J.
Verified
Report | 11 months ago
Great food made from quality ingredients.
michael b.
Verified
Report | 11 months ago
Pizza is very good. Salads just ok.
Cynthia L.
Verified
Report | 11 months ago
Great service and the grinders were wonderful!
Suzanne W.
Verified
Report | 11 months ago
Love Rudino's. Great food and a fun atmosphere!
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From Our Editors

The brother-sister team behind Rudino's Pizza and Grinders opened the eatery's first location in 1995 in Cary, North Carolina. They wanted to create a restaurant that incorporated an onsite bakery into its design, keeping the kitchen full of fresh, housemade dough for pizzas and sandwiches. It was a concept that proved successful, and now Rudino's has locations all across the country.

In these kitchens, cooks coat crusts with a sauce based on the duo's family recipe, and then layer on any number of ingredients?including fresh basil, jalape?os, and bacon. They also slide open-faced grinders into ovens after loading them with such sandwich fixings as italian sausage, salami, and fresh vegetables, which are never frozen, canned, or taken from a neighbor's crisper.

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