Midwest Living Review
It’s obvious this is a well-cared-for and appropriately managed franchise operation. The gentlemen running the show look to be related. They’re prompt in helping diners find seats and quick to ensure beverages never run dry, and empty plates are immediately cleared. Somehow, they also find the time to sit and chat with customers.
Order at the counter before taking a seat in this purple building. Monical’s is best known for its thin-crust pizza, but pan pizza is an option as well. The thin-crusted pies (starting at $8.50 for a 12-inch size) showcase a delightful crust that's dense yet crisp. Our sausage and mushroom pizza came with ample toppings and didn’t need to be blotted with napkins before digging in. Salads (from $1.75) are simple but satisfying, with dressings delivered to the table in squeezable condiment bottles. Breadsticks, pasta and sandwiches are also on the menu.