We recently stayed in the Johnstown area last week, and during our stay, we were looking for a pizza place for dinner. Parry's was one of the options, and we went with them. We didn't dine in, but we did order take out inside and waited for it inside the restaurant. Everything went really smooth. Every employee we dealt with during the takeout process was friendly and helpful. The atmosphere was pretty vibey and fun inside the restaurant for a Saturday evening. Now, getting to the food. The pizza was amazing. It was just right. It wasn't floppy or too greasy. It tasted really good. We also got parm bites and fries, and they were both great as well as side dishes to the pizza. One very minor complaint was that we ordered boneless BBQ wings, and I was disappointed they weren't smothered in BBQ sauce as the BBQ sauce was just off to the side for dipping. But that minor critique didn't deter my opinion of this restaurant because I think they are amazing and they are worth going to again. Next time i come here, I for sure want to try out one of their burgers.
Service was prompt and polite, atmosphere was okay (served like they lagged a bit on bussing and cleaning, but they were busy for a Tuesday), and the food was okay: good flavor, but they definitely overworked the dough on the pizza which made the crust a little too tough even though it was still hot - almost like it was microwaved. For the price, I expected much better.
We usually love going to Perry’s but we had a small to go order that we were picking up. It was a pretty slow night there and we had waited almost an hour for our food . When we asked the blonde bartender if she could check on it for us she gave us an attitude about how she wasn’t the one who took our order in the first place. She mumbled and gave looks when she thought we weren’t looking. I’d understand if they were super slammed but like I said it was a slow night. No reason for a nasty attitude especially when it’s YOUR JOB at the bar to take care of to gos. To top it off our food was cold like it has been sitting in the back a while.
I recommend their Chicken Caesar (spinach tortilla) wrap; they use fresh-adjacent vegetables, breaded chicken bites, a teaspoon of Caesar dressing, and a mere dash of shredded cheese to create this delicious take on a classic. Next to that wrap were the Parm Fries, which tasted as if I were eating the Salt Flats themselves. Seriously, between the sodium content in the fries and the saltiness of the au jaus sauce (which a friend ordered in the Hot Beef Dip), we elected to avoid salt altogether for a few days after stopping in here… However, the Artichoke Jalapeño dip was a decadent toasted dip which had a nearly excessive amount of parmesan covering the top that managed to compliment it quite nicely. It was served with light and crispy wonton chips as well as some refreshing carrots. More importantly, the service and atmosphere were absolutely great - plus the outdoor patio seating is a must!
Tons of great beers on tap and a pretty cool environment. Food was delicious. We had pasta, appetizers and cheese bread. Tap wise there's a pretty wide variety of brews to get through, so no matter what your taste may be, you're likely to find it here; If not, you may just not like beer. My other guests had vodka cranberry drinks from the bar and seemed to enjoy them quite a bit!
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