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4 based on 273 reviews
We have been to many different many different many Mellow Mushrooms over the years. This one has always been okay. We went last night as a family and the pizza was just not as good as I remember. Granted we havenât been in a year, but I was disappointed. The service was okay as well. We were not there at a very busy time. This Melliw Mushroom is average.Thank you for your feedback friend. I am sorry to hear that your experience was just "ok". We never want to be just mediocre. We hope you will give us another chance to blow you away with our awesomeness! Please ask for a manager, let us know who you are before or after you order and we will make sure you are taken care of. Thank you again for the review.
4 based on 136 reviews
We ordered several pizzas for a school event. The bottom of each was coated in coal dust. Tasted like you are eating charcoal briquets.
Just imagine a savory, crispy, cone shaped pizza crust, flavor packed with all the ingredients you love in pizza, Each cone is about 7" tall, 2.5" diameter on the top, proportionally, our Pizza Cones shells are about one slice of a 14" traditional pizza,
Pizza Cones are delicious! It doesn't have a taste like average pizza. Great to have some snack right in SH downtown late at night!Thank you Julia for sharing your experience, we are so happy we've made it to your highest rating, we increased the size of the Pizza Cones and also added new amazing Pizza Cones to our menu, Meat Lovers, Supreme, Hawaiian, Quattro Formaggi (four Cheese).Please come back soon.
4 based on 84 reviews
Established in 2016. Owners Paolo Polo and Patrizia, recent immigrants from Venice, Italy, have debuted their authentic Venetian restaurant. Paolo and Patty want to whisk you 5,000 miles away and transport their patrons to the northeastern city -- all by
We recently took company here and were pleased with the outcome. Decent independent restaurants are hard to find. The veggie pizza was delicious as was the special ravioli. BucskinThank you for your review.Looking forward to see you soon.A presto Paolo & Patty
I've been here twice, both times on the weekend and both times with multiple people in my party.Service has been outstanding. Very professional, polite, knowledgeable and within decent time limits when busy.The owner came out once and put on a dough spinning/tossing show for all of us - very impressive!! A nice touch, we all really enjoyed it.There are happy hours every day from 3-7, where you can combine slices of pizza with various drinks - all in all really good deals! The fresh pizzas themselves are quite tasty and the dough is really good. The only persistant problem seems to be the very lacking quantity of toppings. This was true on cheese, meat, and pineapple topped pizzas. One member of our party almost sent his slices of meat topped pizza back. Couldn't find the pepperoni, couldn't find the sausage - the server explained that the chefs decide what's on the meat topped pizzas day by day and this day it was one type of thinly sliced meat, and altough quite tasty, there wasn't much of it and there was no other type of meat.Don't rely on what "should" be on the pizzas from your previous experiences. Be sure to closely read the menu and speak with servers.I hope this place starts putting a greater quantity of ingredients on their pizzas - I'd like to see them stay as everything else is really good. "Where's the Beef?" - old Wendy's commerical
4 based on 41 reviews
Was in Safety Harbor for work and needed to have some lunch. I walked in, but the place is now called Bravo Pizzeria. I had the the 2 cheese slices and soda for lunch. When I was there, about 1:30, there were no other patrons in the place, but it must have been after the lunch rush and it was also a Tuesday.The pizza maker is from Naples, Italy...not Florida. As with any cheese pizza it is very basic. The crust was thin with a little bit of chewy-ness to it. Since this is a new York style slice you needed to fold it over into a smaller wedge. Was this the best pizza I have ever had? No, but it was pretty darn good. That may change with other ingredients added, but for a slice of New York style cheese pizza this was good. I lived in Chicago for 32 years and they are big on "stuffed" pizza. That is OK and I have it about once a year. I prefer thin crust and I would go back.
4 based on 138 reviews
Full disclosure...I've never been in this place. I have always ordered delivery so I can only report on that experience. Excellent ttasting pizza, delivered within 45 minutes, piping hot. Delicious GARLIC PARMESAN POPPERS. I really like their red sauce. Not too sweet. I have also ordered their Greek, Antipasto and regular salads and they are always nice and fresh with tasty Italian or Greek dressing. Pizza's are thin style and cut into small squares (a little odd for us New Yorker's). I prefer wedges that I can pick up and fold. Badabing-badaboom!
4 based on 328 reviews
Equal at least to any Italian restaurant Iâve been to in many Italian cities. I love pasta w/marinara or Pomodoro - pure, unfussy, sauce simmered to perfection. Johnnyâs got it right.Ask for garlic bread for âthe tableâ. With or without cheese itâs perfect. One table-mate out of six ordered filet mignon, yup beast in a pasta house. It was nicely done and he said he liked it. All our pasta dishes from Alfredo to lasagna and vermicelli with meat sauce were delicious.Johnnyâs serves one heckuva piece of chocolate cake, dense, dolloped with whipped cream, and laced with tiny chips of chocolate throughout the icing. Divine!
4 based on 88 reviews
I just stopped by for a drink with a group of people on a pub crawl. I remember a nice backyard outside area to sit, relax, chat, and drink as well as the indoor area. Safety Harbor has a number of small pubs within walking distance.
4 based on 142 reviews
For $15 you get what amounts to a personal pan pizza so if you're any bit hungry you'll need to to order one/person. We ordered brushetta plus two pizzas and finished it all, leaving not stuffed at all. We ordered the Margarita pizza which is the first time EVER that I've had a Margarita pizza that was not a white pizza. We paid $3 extra for the vintage grain pizza which was okay but not worth the extra money. The pizza was okay but have not reason to ever return as we can buy average pizza for 1/2 the price elsewhere.
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