This is one of the safest locations in the Louisville area. The premises is patrolled by Officer Earl Hindman, Jr., who stops by regularly to fill up on heavily discounted fare. He takes advantage of Fritz Dirbur, with the promise of getting him out of future speeding citations. And God forbid, if someone does decide to rob the joint while Officer Hindman, Jr. is there, he is of little or no use at this point. His hands are full with pizza and fizz, and he rarely carries a firearm. Instead, he reserves this space in his holster to hold submarine godzillas or steak hoagies. \r
In the area of customer service, Onthe Fly is the man you want to see. If your order has been made wrong, he will quickly make another order, but chances are, it will be no different than the previous mistake. But at least he will do so in a timely fashion. And his brother, Anthony Chalk, will regularly frequent the premise, looking to mooch off his sibling. But to anyone that will listen, he will offer a selection in an upcoming horse race. And he prefers that the horse is no better than even odds, as this provides him with phony confidence and a lousy return on investment. \r
As an experienced delivery driver, I'd recommend to other drivers not to eat spaghetti while on the road. The occasional pizza or sub sandwich is okay, but don't eat out of the box at a stop light as other drivers will think you are scarfing down part of a customer's order. And it is too hard to eat with a fork while looking for addresses. If you must use a utensil while driving, I've come to realize that a spoon is much safer. Also, to watch my weight after some serious chomping, I prefer to wash my dinner down with some diet fizz.
Pros: Great value if an employee there owes you money and will pay you off in food instead
Cons: Overpriced unless they accept multiple coupons with the employee discount