Our scout troop spent an evening in Keystone, and the boys wanted pizza after several nights of campfire cooking. As for the quality of food, it was fine. Was it outstanding? We did not think so, but it was right on for some hungry scouts.
As for the service, a church group of 30+ people ordered just before our troop. Rather than saying anything to our group about potential delays, the waitress took our order and then seated us. We waited about 30 minutes for our meal, as there was only one cook ... and, he evidently had about 20 pizzas to make for the church group. Granted, scouts should be patient, but the wait time was kinda long ... even for the adults. The waitress apologized a few times, which was appreciated. On the other hand, we wished she would have simply told us the situation so that we could try some place else.
The cost was perhaps most surprising. For two people, two calzones and two drinks cost $21+. Of course, Keystone is a tourism community ... so, you should expect higher prices. Yet, Cruizzers is not well known by any means ... not like the Apline Inn in Hill City or Black Hills Burger and Bun in Custer. Before they raise their prices, maybe they should establish themselves within the market. Our scout troop is from nearby Custer, and we did not necessarily feel as though Cruizzers was a repeat site with our families.
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