Little Caesars Pizza opening in Crown Hill

There’s soon to be another pizza option in the area. Local owners Gunnar and Elizabeth Lorenzen are opening a Little Caesars Pizza franchise. The new restaurant will open on February 23rd at 9776 Holman Rd NW (map). “Customers continue to have higher standards for quality and service, and we’re ready to exceed them,” said franchise owner Gunnar Lorenzen. “Providing customers with quality products, great value and convenience are our top priorities.”

This is the first Little Caesars that the couple has owned and they look forward to supporting local schools, churches and other organizations such as “Girls on the Run.”

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ZephyrV2
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ZephyrV2

Really? I had no idea Little Ceasars was still around. Hope that they're better now than what I remember.

plasticbags
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plasticbags

Yeah that's where we'd go in college for $5 large pizza and $2 crazy bread. Before that, it was in our Kmart and if I didn't whine my mom would let me get a slice. I don't remember it being particularly good but maybe it's improved.

EnduroDriver
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EnduroDriver

There use to be a Little Caesars at 85th and 11th NW, where Old Mill Bread is now. That was going on fifteen-twenty years ago. I don't remember anything particularly good or bad about it, can't say I've eaten one of their pizzas since that location closed. Anyway welcome to the neighborhood and good luck.

How about a grand opening special for MyBallard readers?

pattr
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pattr

Lets hear it for CRAZY BREAD!!!!

bronkitis
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bronkitis

That stuff is crazy. Totally insane.

ballardMike
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ballardMike

Wow! I thought Little Ceasars had gone the way of local bowling alleys. =|

Tristan Pipo
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I went to the one up in Shoreline a few weeks ago with my girlfriend. Pizza is meh. The crazy bread was not as good as I remembered when I was a child.

Now if they would only bring back Pietro's Pizza. That was my favorite as a child. They still have some around Portland.

Bark more, wag less
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Bark more, wag less

Must be a slow news day when franchised junk food restaurants opening make the blog.

Barney Stinson
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Barney Stinson

Make fun of it all you want, but 5 dollar hot n ready pizzas are awesome.

The pizza is hardly top quality, but it is very enjoyable in my opinion.

bill
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bill

Pizza is like sex. No matter how awful the quality, it is still inherently good.

Name
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Name

Poon tang doesn't have a face, right bill?

Meghan O'Connor
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I saw the sign there and was thrilled! No more driving to Shoreline! Yes, they still have the $5 ready-to-gos and the crazy bread and it's delicious. I always loved how the bottom of the crust gets all buttery and crispy and it's just the right amount of cheese. They may be cheap, but their taste is good and it's reliable.

Barney Stinson
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Barney Stinson

Bill that is far and away the most profound thing to ever grace the pages of myballard.com

My compliments to you.

Boardbrown
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Boardbrown

“pizza, pizza!”

NoraBell
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NoraBell

Surprised it took so long for someone to say it.

maggiehood
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maggiehood

Exactly.

Bark more, wag less
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Bark more, wag less

Maybe, but Veracci pizza won't give you the clap.

Jesseham
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Jesseham

I'm not sure if I agree or not, but I can tell you that Little Ceasars is not pizza, so it doesn't matter.

facebook-1406140970
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OMG this is the BEST NEWS EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When money is tight and the Top Ramen for the 5th day in a row has made you want to eat a bullet instead, $5 cheese pizzas and $2 breadsticks is EXACTLY what I need.

Idle Activist
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Idle Activist

Yes, but Little Caesers isn't like even having bad sex, it's like having sex with a blow up doll.

pokerguy
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pokerguy

You still get off…

Idle Activist
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Idle Activist

Sure, if you can lie to yourself…. but think about the shame afterwards?

Name
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Name

I totally remember that Little Caesars. We used to order from it to my grandma's house. Fond memories!

8BallArd
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8BallArd

what is the difference between a black man and a pizza?

jizzball
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jizzball

Oh, I know, one can feed a family of 4!!!

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