The store is definitely designed more for take-out and delivery than a dine-in restaurant. That isn't a major concern, though.
Was recommended by my boss to try out this place, and since I live literally a 5-minute walk away, I decided "why not?"
I've tried 3 of their pizzas, and I've been hugely satisfied with the product and value. The pizzas are an inch wider than most other places, thus are a bit more expensive, but they're worth it.
They have a large vegetarian selection that ISN'T overpriced and costing more than the meat pizzas, and though I haven't tried them, they appear appetizing.
Will definitely be ordering from here more than the local big-chain companies.
I hear the same thing from virtually every new person I meet after they move here. "What is wrong with the pizza out here?"
DJJs is one of the few that gets a basic pizza right. They have a tasty sauce, and a nice cheese blend that makes just about anything you'd want to put on it delicious. They offer quite a bit of variety in their toppings, and have tasty hot-wings to boot.
Djj's seems to get a bad rap on here. I have been going there for years, and find the staff to be nice, fast and efficent.
Not crazy about their pasta dishes, but the pizza pretty great, and I love their greek salad.
Delivery is fast, and so is the wait when ordering for take out.
Parking is hit and miss with the 7-11 and Subway sharing the same few spaces.
Djj's is definitley worth a try.
I like that more and more places are going organic. I tried DJJ's and although it was fairly priced and delicious it wasn't superb or outstanding. I tried it but am not to anxious to go back as it didn't knock my socks off to make me want to come back. To make it an outstanding pizza you would have to add more toppings but that can be costly as you have to pay extra. Their existing pieces are pretty much the same as other places.
They would be great if they had a pizza, preferrably vegetarian, that had a lot of great toppings that are different than everywhere else.
Lynn Valley has no shortage of pizza joints, and they're all pretty dull and corporate.
That's why we drive the other direction and get our pizza from DJJ's. It's about the best pizza you'll find on the North Shore, and FAR FAR superior to the chain pizza that you'll get around Lynn Valley.
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