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Reviews for Lost Pizza Co. Indianola in Indianola, MS

Sneaker Goddess 1 year ago
5

Great food!! Great environment!!! Love eating here!! ????

Tosheva Cosey 1 year ago
5

Has a taste of its own I absolutely love the food every time I visit ????

Kori Brown 1 year ago
5

I'm not from around there and honestly picked them because it was close to my hotel. We had the all meat pizza and house salad. ... The food was awesome and the service was too. Really wish it wasn't 300+ miles away from me, because I would definitely eatthere again if I ever get the chance. Read more

Derrick Parker 1 year ago
5

OMG the Pizzas R Finger Licking Good. They R So Good they Makes you want to Lick the Box after all the Pizza is Gone

Marshal Gutridge 1 year ago
3

The Pie I ordered was Pretty good. Tried to customize a couple to satify my craving but was refused by the cook. I settled on... The Popeye and added Bacon. Staff was friendly service was prompt. I would go back if I were in the area again. Read more

SOPHISTICATED VISION 1 year ago
3

Past this place several dozen times and finally had the taste for some pizza. It was nearly closing time but the staff was nice... and help describe the popular choices. We settled on the stupid hot flavored wings and the Otis signature style pizza . Thewings were tasty, the pizza was prepared and also was tasteful. The decor was nostalgic and the atmosphere was welcoming. All inall it?s a decent pizza joint. Not necessarily my favorite.. but I can see myself ordering again. Read more

Kelly Kel 2 years ago
3

Lost Pizza is one of those few restaurants that stand out in a small town like Indianola because it has the potential to make... you feel like you're "out of town". The last time I dined here was pre-pandemic, and I'd say it was a "go-to" spot for goodpizza and atmosphere. I looked up the menu online beforehand, and noticed how Lost Pizza has done well expanding into severallocations regionally. While dining in, and after digging into each of the 3 specialty pizzas, pasta, and salad, we agreed thatthe quality was average, but it was tasty. We then noticed the Lost "Dog" sign faded in the window on the door with all thestickers, and recalled how they revised the name and dropped the "Dog". Our dinner conversation consisted of the hearsay thatthe hometown founders were no longer partners, and so we concluded that the "Dog" was truly lost (insert sad emoji). "No wonderI can taste the difference" I said. It tastes more commercial - like franchise pizza and pasta, and not like it used to. It usedto have a special "Lost Dog Pizza" flavor! It stood out and was hella good! Nobody in town had pizza like them..." But now it'slike a Pizza Hut with a dope interior decorator. I mean, I'll definitely go again, but it's just one of those things that changeafter time I guess. Read more

Marielle R 2 years ago
5

Food was really delicious and the staff were really friendly and helpful. The atmosphere is really fun!