Godfather’s Pizza started in Omaha, Nebraska, and it seems they are most prevalent in the surrounding areas. Still, they have restaurants across the country – from Alaska to Florida. Their stores vary from standalone restaurants to express locations, which are typically attached to gas stations. I visited an express one in Iraan, Texas that was with a gas station, and I liked that it at least had its own kitchen and dining area. While being a Godfather’s Pizza Express, I will say that it had a decent amount of seating inside, and I was impressed that they even offer a lunchtime buffet.
Godfather’s offers a thin crust, but their traditional crust is a thicker, pan-style one. Nothing stood out on our pizzas from Godfather’s as incredible, but I would say it was slightly better than expected for being a pizza place tied to a gas station in the small West Texas town of Iraan. I don’t think I’d actively seek out Godfather’s Pizza or go out of my way for it in the future. However, I’d certainly have it again if in Iraan as it is the town’s only pizza option.
What I Ate: Cheese + Sausage and Pepperoni