Always treated like more than a patient. Always treated like family. They know you by name and always ask about your family. Will go nowhere else for my pharmaceutical needs.
You'd never think this place had different and great pizza here when you walk in. You first notice old carpet, yellowed tables, old video games in the back and old sports banners on the walls. This takes me back to the 90s when this could have been perfectly fine but today, it's just old and not inviting but you're almost immediately welcomed as soon as you walk through the door. You'll notice that their pizzas don't always have a pizza sauce as a base but salsa instead which makes a difference for their spicy pizzas. They do use a frozen fajita chicken I've seen in the H-E-B frozen section but it's actually good. I kept avoiding this place because I walked in the first time just to get my kids something quick to eat and thought they'd enjoy getting their own pizza at the buffet. I tasted it and it wasn't a big deal so I didn't feel like eating anything else. I was told to try their other pizzas. I did and couldn't believe how much flavor they have. They definitely have more flavor than the other places here that lose their way when they make regular Italian pizzas. No matter how busy the owners are, they always have a smile on their faces and it's genuine. Try work hard and make excellent food.
Superior customer service. Garry is extremely knowledgable and friendly. He focuses on you and your needs. I drive from Oak Hill to shop here.
Excellent service, great technology and smiling employees that know my name. I had been at the Crestview Pharmacy, a small, family owned business in north Austin, for going on 15 years prior to moving to Dripping Springs and didn't think I would find a place I liked as well. After 4 years or so using Dripping Springs Pharmacy, I couldn't be more pleased. We have a CVS around the corner from the house, but I gladly drive a few miles into downtown for the outstanding service.
$$$$ I recently moved to DS area and wanted to break away from typical CVS/Walgreens for prescription medication. The first time I ordered from them it was going to cost me $40.99 for 30 pills of Phenobarbital for my dog. I was told no Rx Coupons were accepted, only coupons directly from the manufacturer. I called CVS to get their pricing, $7.93. I would like to give local companies my business, but not for this kind of pricing. Too bad...