I have yet to try the food..but the reason for the neutral/3 star review is that I was sitting in the parking lot eating my Culver's flavor of the day, and noticed this "Chubba Bubba's" right in front of me. I had no idea what it was. Nothing in the window saying it was a pizza place or even a restaurant. Not even an "Open" sign that I could see. I finally saw movement in the place, but didn't know if they were construction workers or ? Then I saw a mushroom farm truck pull up. The guy walked right into the place with his delivery..so at that point it was obvious the place was at least food related(I assumed they were legal mushrooms ;-) ) and open. Now that I see what the place is that is at least a good sign- fresh mushrooms.
Maybe there was a sign on the roof like the one I see in pictures(Beloit location?), but I think I would have seen it(I'll look next time I'm in the area). Regardless, anyone watching even one episode of a show such as Restaurant Impossible should have the brains to realize you need to make the front of the place more inviting, and obvious as to what it is. Same goes for trying to find out what all they sell. No menu on the website or anywhere else that I can tell. Then if the reviews are accurate about customer service....
I see the place has been open for awhile..just by the dates of the reviews here. The only excuse for what I saw is if they had just opened up or are in the process of remodeling/redecorating or something.
I order some coupons from half off deals. The owner was totally rude and would not let me use them. I purchased their pizza anyway, and it tasted like cardboard. I will never go back to this place ever. Service and food was terrible.
Very poor phone etiquette the last few times I have called. This time the guy acted as if I was bothering him by calling. The pizza is really good but if the service is poor it makes me not want to order again. The owner must not read these posts or just doesn't care. In today's economy good service is a must!
Chubby Bubbas does have my favorite pizza in Janesville, however I'm a little leery of ordering from there in the future. My family purchased gift certificates through Charter Main Street, since we regularly were ordering from there. On our last visit there, we were told that with use of these gift certificates we would be charged the full price, not the price for the "special" that we ordered. The price we were told over the phone was approx $17, at pick up we were told our total would be $13 IN ADDITION to our $10 gift certificate. I like to support local business, but there are many other local pizza places that I can support.