Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Rockville, Maryland, United States. Rockville, Maryland is a city and the county seat of Montgomery County, Maryland, United States, part of the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area. The 2010 census tabulated Rockville's population at 61,209, making it the third largest incorporated city in Maryland, behind Baltimore and Frederick. Rockville is the largest incorporated city in Montgomery County, although the nearby census-designated place of Germantown is more populous.
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4 based on 109 reviews
Gregorio's Trattoria is a local, family-owned restaurant where we want you to feel right at home, like you're eating at our house or our Trattoria (trat-to-ri-a, an informal restaurant or tavern serving simple Italian dishes). Our goal is to create a comf
We meet friends here, because it was a convenient spot. Normally, lots of parking, but problems currently due to construction. The veal dishes were fine, the clams in white sauce was ok, and the shrimp pharm was below average. Pricey for the area. Probably won't return.
3 based on 129 reviews
The chippino was good and the wedge salad could be split by four people. The service was slow but they gave us free desert.
4 based on 147 reviews
Sugo is brought to you by Chef Dimitri Moshovitis and the Cava Mezze group. Hand made pastas, artisan pizzas, hand crafted cocktails and much more in this fun Italian Pizzeria.
Probably once a month or so, I meet my cousin for dinner at Sugo. We go because it is easy and comfortable: the waiters are great, the menu is varied, the food is always well-prepared, and the wine is excellent. We love sharing the small plates and, without fail, always start with the grilled Brussels sprouts. We never feel there is an expectation for us to finish up and go. Definitely recommend.
4 based on 75 reviews
Very good thin styled pizza with many choices of toppings. Good salads. Sit down or take away. 1950s feel with open floor plan Can be noisy. No wine or beer. Good value. Good vibe.
4 based on 107 reviews
The original pizzeria experience; a simple and honest place to enjoy traditional Neapolitan pizza without making it a serious occasion.Have a glass of Italian wine or Aranciata with your pizza, play a bit of free foosball with your friends and enjoy a ful
While the pizza was still very good, with one complaint, the service was extremely slow last night. It took about 1/2 hour to get 2 pizzas--pepperoni and white pizza with sausage and mushroons (could only taste the mushrooms). It's good, but not worth the wait. We'll try again, but....
4 based on 66 reviews
Baronessa Italian Restaurant is great neighborhood restaurant offering Neapolitan pizza, fresh homemade pasta and other wood-fired specialties such as Charred Brussels Sprouts and Gluten-free Cauliflower Pizza.
The pasta is the way to go!! The pizza is very good, but the pasta, wow!! All pasta house made. I had the Ricotta Gnocchi in a sherry cream sauce, A-MAY-ZING! Little pillows. Husband had the Calzone, while good, it was a lot of bread. The other time we were there I had the Manicotti, so fluffy!! My husband had the Carbornara Pasta, equally as great! Service was excellent. Every time we went was on an off hour on a weekend, just to note.
4 based on 552 reviews
We're known for wood-fired pizzas, mini burgers, fresh salads and chef-inspired entrÃ©es, like pan-seared sea bass and oven-roasted filet mignon. It's American bistro fare, crafted from high quality ingredients with a chef at the helm in every kitchen.
The virtual tour of the restaurant on their website is very cool and worth clicking through.We had dinner during the week. It was crowded, but not packed, service was fast and friendly and the food was good. The mini-burgers and crab cakes were excellent, There is a good selection of fun drinks (with and without alcohol). The menu is very varied and includes a build your own pizza option.
4 based on 245 reviews
HH is when you casually sample an eatery's kitchen's culinary skills and decide whether you should return for the regular menu. I don't think we would, though I had an excellent lunch buffet 15 years ago and thoroughly enjoyed it.The mussel is done so poorly, almost didn't want to finish it, there is no flavor in the soup. The fried calamari is even worse, usually dipping sauces make you want to eat more, not in this case. I have never had "bad" calamari anywhere, this is a first. The eggplant rollatini is forgettable though it sounded promising. We tasted less than half of it and took the rest home for the puppy, he'll eat anything.It was busy and everyone else seems to enjoy their meal. So it could just be us. When you order 3 appetizers and none of them enjoyable, guess there is no returning for more.
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