I agree it’s worth a quick lunch trip if you happen to be nearby on the eastern end of Warner Robins. 2 Guys is located about two miles south of Robins Air Force Base on Ga. 247.
The menu basically includes appetizers, hoagies, pizzas, salads and desserts.
One thing I immediately noticed while placing my order is there isn’t an option for small or medium pizzas. You pretty much order your pie by the slice starting at $1.99 for a cheese selection or whole pies 16" and 20" in size.
Additional toppings are .50 cents each, and include a choice of extra cheese, ham, pepperoni, anchovies, bacon, ground beef, pineapple, fresh garlic, meatball, onions, green peppers, sausage, mushrooms, broccoli, tomatoes, black olives, spinach, banana, red or cherry peppers.
Specialty toppings, such as the artichokes, chicken and ricotta cheese, are $1. If you want plain ole pepperoni, it’s $2.50 per slice.
I ordered a slice of pizza topped with spinach, ricotta cheese and chicken. The ‘slice’ came out in minutes and was pretty darn generous if I may say so — a 20-inch slice.
What I love about their pizza is its thin and crispy crust. It reminds me of another place in town that is pretty popular. However, 2 Guys’ pizza crust is delicious. It has sort of a melt-in-your-mouth thing going on. Slices are also not drowned in tomato sauce, unlike at a lot of other pizza places. If that’s your thing then great, but personally I prefer a simple crust with fresh toppings.
If I understand the menu correctly, a large 16-inch pizza starts at $11.99. Add $1.50 for basic toppings, and $1.99 for special toppings.
Don’t go to this Bonaire restaurant without ordering some garlic rolls. The little buns are pretty tasty and come out hot and drizzled in olive oil and chopped garlic. They’re also pretty affordable at only $1.99.
Still on that pizza fix? You can also order a slice from a display by the front counter. Or if you like, try one of several signature 16-inch pizzas, including a philly cheesesteak hoagie, buffalo chicken, meat, chicken parmigiana and rustic Italian or Hawaiian luau. Each is priced at $18.99.
There’s also a calzone (pepperoni, ricotta and mozzarella), a stromboli and something called a pizza turnover. Soups are also prepared daily. A recent offering included a Tuscan tomato basil and cream of mushroom soup.
The menu isn’t as extensive as I thought, but what is prepared daily is made fresh to order. In the end, that’s all that matters.