• Eugene's Pizza has a wonderful reputation and a huge following of loyal customers…young and old, near and far. There are numerous accounts of college kids driving as far as 280 miles on a Friday night to get their Eugene's Pizza "fix".

 

  • Eugene's is a source of great pizza that really goes the distance. I'm talking about half-cooked pizza's to go. People enjoy our half-cooked pizzas all over the country. They have traveled to Billings (quite regularly), Denver, Spokane, Seattle, North Dakota, California, Missouri, etc. The list goes on and on. We even have people call and ask us to mail them a "Care Package." We do this several times a year.

 

  • Eugene's has successfully emerged after Pizza Hut entered the scene. In fact, Eugene's was very successful when there were four other restaurants with pizza as their main draw. Slowly, the other pizza offerings were fading & Eugene's remained number one.

 

  • Eugene's has roughly 10 smaller towns that surround Glasgow. Athletic tournaments, fishing, boating, hunting, shopping, and the taste of Eugene's pizza brings people running to Glasgow.

 

  • Eugene's has a full line of t-shirts, sweatshirts, and hats to compliment and extend their already wonderful reputation. T-shirts and hats are the most popular gifts for friends, family, and of course yourself.

 

  • Eugene's has always been a family oriented restaurant. Kids and adults love to watch the pizza-makers throw the dough high in the air and make the pizzas right in front of them. Eugene's has never served alcohol in 55 years of operation.

 

  • Eugene's brings in people from all over the world. One story I'll never forget was about a man and his daughter from Amsterdam. They happened to see something about Eugene's Pizza in a Chamber of Commerce information packet, so they decided to try it. The father said they try pizza everywhere they go, and they were not disappointed.

 

  • Our current average "cheese use" per week is roughly 560 lbs...that's every week! Over the course of a year, that would be roughly 29,120 pounds! To put it another way, that's nearly 15 tons of cheese!!

 

  • The Big G! While the iconic sign still remains, the ever-present “G” and red “banner” area have been removed. But don’t worry…the spacey looking satellite-thingy will never go away! It’s actually called a “sell-star”. It was purchased by our parents from a traveling salesman in 1967.