Joe's Pomodoro Pizza Cafe: Pizza Buffet in Stockton

On a late Monday morning in October 2016, I accompanied my brother when he went to get his haircut done at Annie's Salon along Pershing Avenue in northern Stockton. After his haircut was done and when we were about to drive out of Pershing Plaza, a sign caught our attention: a buffet for USD 5.95. It was about 11 a.m. and we had not eaten breakfast. So that sign seemed to scream at us and we heeded.

Joe's Pomodoro Pizza Cafe 

The lunch buffet at Joe's Pomodoro Pizza Cafe is from their opening hour at 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Mondays to Fridays. The cost is USD 5.95 plus tax (total of USD 6.49) for all you can eat salad and pizza. If you want unlimited drinks on the soda fountain to come with pizza and salad, that would be USD 8.12 per person including taxes.

My first plate
My first serving

Location and Contact Information 

Joe's Pomodoro Pizza Cafe is right beside Annie's Salon at Pershing Plaza. Complete business address is 5654 North Pershing Avenue, Stockton, California, USA 95207. Telephone number is (209) 477 2900 while fax number is (209) 477 6435. E-mail address is The cafe also has a website and Facebook page. Business hours is from 11 a.m. to 9.p.m. from Sundays to Thursdays. On Fridays and Saturdays, the operating hours is from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.


The selection on the buffet is not really that varied. There's just a salad bar and of course, a pizza section.

My second serving
My second serving

Salad Bar 

The salad bar is a create-your-own salad plate section. It had corn kernels, young sweet corn, olives, bread sticks, greens, boiled eggs, potato salad, macaroni salad, croutons, red onions, blue cheese, Italian dressing, ranch dressing, thousand islands dressing, and Caesar's dressing.

My salad plate


There were about seven kinds of pizza served in the Joe's Pomodoro Pizza buffet. Some of these were: combination signature pizza, creamy garlic chicken pizza, pepperoni pizza, Hawaiian BBQ chicken pizza, and two types of cheese pizza. I finished about five slices for lunch and boy, I was really full.

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Brothers Janus and Thadz document their travels around the United States and occasionally around the world.


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