About this Business
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Semi clean, condiments needed to be refilled, coke machine was out of several drinks, tea was out. Pizza was ok, could have used more sauce and cheese. Ok, not great service, still tipped but probably won’t go again.
We were first (and only) customers when restaurant opened. Two male employees, one of which was eating/studying in one of the booths. Gnats flying around toppings, which were brought to attention of employees. Pizza was cooked in an exceptional amount of time. Ladies bathroom was not clean and trash not emptied from night before. Will NOT return to this place.
The service was extremely slow. The pizza was ok, but not good enough to justify the wait.
The restaurant is a little on the small size, but the staff was pleasant and the food was good. We had 12 wings in Honey/Garlic sauce. They were baked in the 1000 degree oven and were tasty. We each ordered a 10" pizza with one topping, and although the pizza was tasty it came out a little limp and could have used a little more cooking.
The pizza was delicious. I chose to build my own. The side salads were large and tasty.
Guys behind the counter were great. Pizza was good. Not really fond of the stuck cheese on the spatulas they use for the ovens and the fact they store them below...
From Our Editors
Not only can 1000 Degrees pizzerias be found in hometowns across the nation, but the chain's menu represents pies as they're made in all four corners of this not-really-cornered country. The Trenton tomato pie, for instance, is dotted with dollops of San Marzano marinara atop shredded mozzarella, while hot Italian sausage lends the sausage-and-pepper pie a distinct Chicago feel. There's a classic New York pie, too, as well as a cheesesteak pizza with thin-sliced rib eye. Make no mistake, though, all pizzas are made in the Neapolitan tradition, with thin crusts charred in an oven heated to—you guessed it—1000 degrees Fahrenheit.
1000 Degrees Knoxville