Shasta Pizza Company in Anderson1713 Bruce St, 96007 - Get directions
Menu Shasta Pizza Company
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Opening TimeSunday - Closed
Monday - 11AM-9PM
Tuesday - 11AM-9PM
Wednesday - 11AM-9PM
Thursday - 11AM-9PM
Friday - 11AM-9PM
Saturday - 11AM-9PM
Price range per person $10 - $25
- Wheelchair accessible
- Сredit cards accepted
I remember when we moved here in 2000.we tried the Shasta Pizza CO. In Redding and Happy Valley. Both were disappointing.when this Anderson location opened We wanted a pie but the wait around town was at least an hour and a half. We thought let's try this new location I'm too damn Hungry to wait.They made us a great pizza. We get one every week or two at times. My wife misses a stuffed crust from our previous pizza place but the food and service make it worth the sacrifice.They are friendly and fast. Call us by name and so far the 50 or so pizzas we bought the last year have all been perfect.Well done S.P.C. crew. You won myself and my family over.
My father and I just finished our subs, his BBQ chicken was perfect as was my French dip. Super family friendly with a great environment will be back 100%
Three stars for misdirection. This location is NOT owned by the same people who own the shasta pizza company in Redding. My fiancé and I ordered a meatball sub and a roast beef sub. What we received was a meatball sub and a french dip sandwich. So I called and asked why I received a french dip instead of a roast beef sandwich. Now bear in mind I have been eating at the REAL shasta pizza company for at least 20 years. The lady tells me that the other sandwiches are cold subs. Anyone who has had a shasta pizza company sub knows they put them through the oven before they dress them. Anyways she offered to make me another sandwich but I didnt want a cold sandwich. I wanted a shasta pizza company sub. I live in Reno NV now and when I come back to town this is one of my must haves. So instead of having her make me another sandwich I pull away and call shasta pizza on Victor avenue. I told them the experience I had and ask if they changed something in the last year since I got a sandwich and THEY informed me that the anderson location has a different owner. So I ordered a roast beef sandwich and drove to the store on Victor and got the sandwich I remember from high school. All of this being said, the rating is for the confusion. Im sure their pizza is good and my fiancé said the meatballs are on point. Was just disappointed with the confusion since they decided to use the same name as the restaurant I have been frequenting for the last 20 years.