“Pizzas, pizzas and more pizzas” may well be the slogan of millions of Americans and we aren’t surprised. Pizzas are a universal favorite because of their versatility – these can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch and dinners, even for snacks, as well as enjoyed with nearly every toppings from meats and veggies to cheeses and sauces. There are even dessert pizzas, if you’re into this kind of treats. Little Cesars prices are considered to be one of the lowest of all the national pizza chains.
No wonder then that Little Caesars is as popular as ever, thanks to its delicious pizzas! With its Top Three status in the pizza chain – Pizza Hut and Domino’s Pizza are its main competitors – it seems here to stay for many more years.
Below are the latest Little Caesars menu prices.
|3 Meat Treat||$11.00|
|Classic Pepperoni Pizza||$7.81|
|Extra Most Bestest Cheese Pizza||$8.95|
|Extra Most Bestest Three Meat Treat Pizza||$11.91|
|Crazy Bread Combo||$4.34|
Picked For You
|Stuffed Crust Extramost Bestest Pizza||$12.00|
|Hot N Ready Box Set Pizza||$10.20|
|Hula Hawaiian Pizza||$11.03|
|3 Meat Treat Pizza||$12.08|
|ExtraMostBestest® 3 Meat Treat®||$11.60|
|Extra Most Bestest Pizza||$8.73|
Extra Most Bestest Pizza
|Extra Most Bestest Stuffed Crust Pepperoni Pizza||$12.45|
|Extra Most Bestest Veggie Pizza||$13.22|
|Extra Most Bestest Hula Hawaiian Pizza||$12.03|
|Extra Most Bestest Pepperoni Pizza||$8.81|
|Extra Most Bestest Sausage Pizza||$9.12|
|5 Meat Feast Pizza||$13.02|
|Ultimate Supreme Pizza||$13.34|
DEEP!DEEP!™ DISH PIZZAS
|DEEP!DEEP!™ Dish Pepperoni||$10.14|
|DEEP!DEEP!™ Dish 3 Meat Treat®||$13.47|
|Classic Italian Sausage Pizza||$8.37|
Deep Deep Dish Pizza
|Deep Deep Dish Veggie Pizza||$15.44|
|Deep Deep Dish 3 Meat Treat Pizza||$15.24|
|Deep Deep Dish Pepperoni Pizza||$10.82|
|Deep Deep Dish Hula Hawaiian Pizza||$13.80|
|Deep Deep Dish Ultimate Supreme Pizza||$15.31|
|Deep Deep Dish Cheese Pizza||$11.22|
Deep! Deep! Dish Pizza
|Lunch Combo Pizza||$7.10|
Deep Deep Dish Pizzas
Thin Crust Pizzas
|Thin Crust Cheese Pizza||$9.17|
Wings and Bread
|Oven Roasted Caesar Wings||$7.90|
|Buffalo Caesar Wings||$7.95|
|Bbq Caesar Wings||$7.97|
|Garlic Parmesan Caesar Wings||$7.82|
|Classic Sausage Pizza||$9.03|
|Classic Cheese Pizza||$7.66|
Thin Crust Pizza
|Thin Crust Pepperoni Pizza||$9.95|
|Butter Garlic Caesar Dip||$0.80|
|Cheezy Jalapeno Caesar Dip||$0.83|
|Two Liter Pepsi Cola Products||$3.25|
|2 Liter Pepsi Cola Products||$3.30|
|2 Liter Soda||$3.42|
|20 Oz Pepsi Cola Products||$2.31|
|20 oz Aquafina||$2.39|
|20 oz. Aquafina||$2.12|
|Pepperoni Cheese Bread||$6.39|
|Italian Cheese Bread||$6.06|
|Butter Garlic Flavor Caesar Dip||$0.81|
|Buffalo Ranch Caesar Dip||$0.78|
|Ranch Caesar Dip||$0.78|
Mike and Marian Ilitch, a husband-and-wife team, founded Little Caesars Pizza on May 8, 1959 with its first location in Garden City, Michigan. This was called Little Caesars Pizza Treat and it remained in operation until October 2018.
Nowadays, there are more than 5,400 locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Peru, and Panama, among other countries.
What They’re Famous For
One word: Pizzas! But we can’t resist adding that these are among the best pizzas you will ever find in your neighbourhood, if you’re lucky enough to have one in it.
Why Eat Here
Little Caesars isn’t as little as its name implies and it starts with the menu. Yes, the pizzas are classified into two categories only – standard and customized – but the actual selection is quite impressive.
The standard pizzas are enough to satisfy every pizza lover’s appetite, from their generous sizes to their awesome toppings. The choices include Pepperoni Pizza, Classic Cheese Pizza, Three Meat Treat Pizza, Hula Hawaiian Pizza, Italian Sausage Pizza, Ultimate Supreme Pizza, and Veggie Pizza. The popular standard pizza is the Deep! Deep Dash Pizza, a Detroit-style pizza.
The customized pizzas can obviously be made according to your preference in the type of crust, toppings including meats, veggies and fruits, and cheeses, as well as sauce. Keep in mind that the prices will likely vary depending on your mixing and matching of the ingredients and crust type. There’s also the matter of availability of ingredients so you may want to check with the specific restaurant first.
If you’re a stickler for hot-from-the-oven pizzeria food, then you should consider ordering from the Hot-N-Ready Menu! You don’t need to call ahead, nor wait for your order, since the pizzas and other food items here always hot and ready. You can order larger 14” pizzas along with oven-roasted wings (eight pieces) and the Crazy Combo, which has the Crazy Sauce and eight pieces of Crazy Bread.
The pizzas at Little Caesars are so delicious these border on the addictive! The crust is baked to perfection so it actually complements the sauces, toppings and cheese – neither empowering nor becoming soggy under their weight. The toppings and cheeses are of the highest quality possible considering the fairly affordable price – the deli meats are sliced thickly, for example, and the cheeses have a fresh feel to them.
The crew members are friendly enough so customizing your pizzas doesn’t feel like a rushed task. You can take as long as necessary in choosing your preferred crust and toppings without getting dirty looks and snide remarks from the crew members. But you may want to hurry up if you’re so hungry you can eat a horse, not to mention that there are other customers waiting for their turn, too.
Pizzas being the stars of the menu hasn’t stopped Little Caesars from offering more choices. The menu includes numerous flavored chicken wings, which are served in generous sizes as well as with a crispy and crunchy skin complementing the juicy, succulent and flavorful white meat.
There are also several salads and breads that go well with each other, as well as with the pizzas. We suggest getting a salad with your pizza, too, just so you can assuage your guilt at eating too much of the latter. Pairing a bread with pizza seems like a good idea if you’re going for carb-loading.
Little Caesars restaurants have a casual ambiance so these are great for groups and families on both weekends and weekdays; the weekends are apparently the busiest days. The dining room layout makes it easier to navigate between tables even on peak hours while the tables and chairs are comfortable places to enjoy eating boxes upon boxes of pizzas.
While Little Caesars accepts cash and credit cards for payment purposes, it doesn’t accept Apple Pay, Google Pay, and cryptocurrency – at least, not yet. Most of its restaurants offer spacious parking spaces for cars and bikes, as well as have facilities for persons with disabilities (i.e., wheelchair accessible).
There are no outdoor seating – and it usually isn’t necessary because many of Little Caesars’ business is takeout – as well as no television and Wi-Fi connection. Again, you’re here for the great food, not for the entertainment.
To learn more about Little Caesars or to find a location near you, visit their website at littlecaesars.com.