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Brad’s Pizza

Posted: November 26, 2013 at 5:08 pm   /   by   /   comments (4)

1548 Spring Road
Carlisle, PA 17013
717 241-BRAD

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  • December 13, 2016 at 9:45 pm RC

    Wow, this chicken fettuccine alfredo is over the top!! I mean really, I’ve had throughout Carlisle but yours has surpassed them all! I’ve never had anything bad from your shop but this is amazing. I’ll be hitting this up again.

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  • December 10, 2013 at 1:29 pm Lynn

    I’ve eaten Brad’s as take out four times now. Pizza is as good as I’ve eaten anywhere as is the Brisket. Pulled pork also had good taste and no fat. It was a little drier then I like it but it was good none the less. I’ll keep taking in home. And, it’s always ready when I arrive anywhere near the time they say it will be ready.

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  • October 29, 2013 at 12:09 pm Doris Swartaz

    You can’t put a price on a great Brisket sandwich. I’d gladly pay more for Brad’s Brisket sandwich and fries to get the big fat juicy sandwich, big enough for 2. The Brisket is plentiful in the homemade rolls. I haven’t eaten anything at Brad’s yet that I wouldn’t give a 5 star rating forn. Brads’ the place when it comes to a great meal.

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  • September 3, 2013 at 1:27 pm Samiam

    I wanted BBQ, Chuck wagon was not open on a Sunday. I heard Horner’s BBQ was opening on Spring Road so I drove up but it is still not open. On the way back just before the fairgrounds I saw a sign “smoked brisket & fries $6.99”. So I went into Brad’s Pizza.
    The place was a lot bigger than I expected. It seats 50 +
    Behind the counter was Brad and a guy and a gal, two younger assistants. I ordered and paid for the brisket special and went to sit down. Several tables had dirty dishes just sitting there. I found one with out.
    The menu is a typical pizza selection. Apart from the pizza very little on the menu was fresh. The prices were very reasonable, very reasonable.
    Short wait and my brisket sandwich & fries came out. Everything was hot. The fries a good portion, they were frozen but the they did not have a lot of junk on them that many frozen fries have. The sandwich was big and crammed with meat. The roll was home made and a lot better than store bough bread. The brisket was juicy and tasty. It was thin sliced. There was not a lot of smoke taste now could I see any bark on the meat, but it was good.
    At $6.99 this special was very good and something I would look out for again. They also had a pulled pork BBQ special.
    I was pleasantly surprised by Brad’s. I could not find a website , they have a FB page with 43 likes but it was not active, no pictures, no information.
    Brad’s is open 7 days a week so obviously he is working hard but maybe not smart. Here are some suggestions. Get a website, use FB every day to promote specials. Clear the tables. Change the sign to Brad’s Pizza & BBQ. Have the smoker in the front parking lot so people can see it and smell it. Offer some more fresh foods. When doing BBQ offer baked beans and home made cole slaw. This would be a great location for making home made and selling ice cream as there is no one else on this side of town doing this.
    Good luck Brad’s.

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