Kelsey McLennon has lived in Wauwatosa with her two siblings and parents for her entire life. When not busy with school, she enjoys dancing, running, and spending time with friends. She is a sophomore at Divine Savior Holy Angels High School, where she is involved in track, cross country, Latin club, and Irish club.
First Drews and now Little Caesars. Is someone trying to erase my childhood?
To me, losing Little Caesars in the village is like losing an old friend.
Some people have said that the pizza is horrible, or the Crazy Bread is unhealthy or other such comments. But let me tell you, when you’re a teenager without a job, or even a teenager with a job, a five dollar pizza is a glorious thing.
My friends and I have snacked on many pizzas from Little Caesars. After football games at Hart Park everyone would chip in a dollar while someone would run inside to get a pizza or two so that we could sit on the grass across from Baskin Robbins to eat it.
And the Crazy Bread, don’t even get me started on the Crazy Bread. The fact that we could buy five bags of it with the same amount of money it would take to go to a movie, and still have some leftover money was great, no matter how many heart attacks I may have in the future.
I can’t think of anything better than Little Caesars to fill the spot in the village, but it will be interesting to see what moves in next.
By the way, if Noodles ever leaves, I'm moving.