Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Clifton Park. Clifton Park is a suburban town in Saratoga County, New York, United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, the 2010 population was 36,705. The name is derived from an early land patent. The town is in the south part of the county and is located approximately 12 miles (19 km) north of Albany, 7 miles (11 km) northeast of Schenectady, and 10 miles (16 km) south of Saratoga Springs.
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4 based on 12 reviews
An eat-in, take-out & delivery pizza,pasta,wings, sandwiches & salads restaurant.
We love everything about this place: the wings, subs, and of course the pizza. We frequently get delivery and they always arrive within a couple of minutes of when they say they will arrive. The wings are great, especially the parmesan garlic; every topping, sauce, and crust is excellent on the pizza; and the Italian sub is made on a fresh roll with tons of meat.
we called for delivery. Pizza and salad arrived on time and still hot. The pizza was tasty. Nice thin crust that stood up as a slice. I am very picky about crust and this had some flavor to it. Toppings were nice and fresh. Pizza was good and not sloppy.
We had avoided this place for probably at least the last two years after receiving a pizza that was not fully cooked and falling apart. Recently we noticed that they were now "under new management." So it was time to order a redemption pizza.And redeem themselves they did! Our standard for comparison purposes is a cheese pizza with sausage, mushrooms, peppers, onions and meatballs. We ordered a 12 cut rectangular (12"X17") that cost $19.05 before tax. Obviously, with this amount of toppings we don't frequent pizzerias that advertise "thin crust" or "New York style" pizza. The crust was thick enough to support our toppings and fully cooked. There was a sufficient amount of each topping to taste the flavor of each of them. All of the toppings were chopped or crumbled small enough to be evenly distributed over all of the pizza. The sausage had a nice fennel flavor and called out to us to try a hot sausage sandwich in the near future.This is primarily a take-out place. I think they still had a couple of tables inside, but I was caught off guard as I entered because the door that I used in the past to enter was no longer in use and the register was now located just inside the door where I now entered. Our pizza was ready at the designated time.Needless to say, we are once again pleased with Mama's Express and will be patronizing them once again.
You can't get this EXCELLENT pizza on a whim; YOU MUST PLAN !!!...They DON'T deliver; they DON'T take credit cards; the PARKING IS TERRIBLE !!!...You can't get in or out of their parking lot at rush hour. So the only time we get their WONDERFUL pizza is on Sundays !!!
4 based on 47 reviews
Their menu says âvegetarian friendly.â I would venture to say that they go well beyond just being âfriendlyâ to vegetariansâ¦ and thatâs OK with me.If you look at their menu on their webpage, you will find meatballs and pepperoni listed under the pizza toppings, and meatballs with marinara sauce under the pasta heading. Otherwise, itâs veggie meatballs, veggie roni, veggie sausage, veggie bacon, and veggie chicken. Most of the dishes offered are totally vegetarian and donât even include those veggie proteins I just mentioned.From a very extensive wine list my wife chose a glass of Heller Estate organic Cabernet Sauvignon ($12.50) after having tasted the Scott Family Estate Pinot Noir â Arroyo Seco offered by our friendly and attentive server/bartender. Even I the beer drinker liked that Cab. They donât have any beers on draft, but they do offer a very nicely curated list of more than a dozen bottled beers. I decided upon the Lost Coast Downtown Brown ($4.50). It was definitely one of the most flavorful browns Iâve ever enjoyed.While we waited for our entrÃ©es to be prepared, we were brought about a half loaf of fresh and warm Italian bread with a tray of oil, balsamic vinegar, and herbs that our server described but I donât remember.Tossed between a dish called The Thomas Jefferson ($18.95 - a stack of marinated eggplant & roasted red peppers topped with mozzarella & marinara sauce, surrounded by onions, squash, broccoli, carrots, chickpeas & olives), and a âhouse favoriteâ Tuscan Special ($20.95), my wife went with our serverâs suggestion of the Tuscan Special. It consisted of a very large portion of sautÃ©ed spinach, roasted red peppers, artichoke hearts, and mixed olives in a white wine, oil and garlic sauce over bowtie pasta, and topped with feta cheese and fresh tomatoes. We both thought it was very tasty with fresh ingredients and a nice mix of textures. More than half of it came home with us.I selected The Paul McCartney ($20.95) â baked tofu with portabella mushrooms and marinara sauce, topped with mozzarella and a side of bowtie pasta. Once again, a really nice mix of textures as the baked tofu had a different chew than the portabella. The cheese was beautifully browned on top and I really liked the marinara sauce â not too sweet, not bitter, good flavor.As an aside, our server mentioned to my wife as she served her meal that the chef didnât add any additional salt or butter in the preparation of her dish. It made sense since she already had the mix of olives in it and the wine, oil and garlic sauce provided sufficient moisture. I donât know, however, if that information that she shared applied to all the dishes that he prepares.Service was excellent, atmosphere is pleasant, background music is really enjoyable. If, like us, youâre not vegetarian, go and enjoy yourself anyway.
4 based on 30 reviews
What a poor interpretation of an antipasto salad! Not a pepperoncini, artichoke, or olive to be had. If you like roasted red peppers or onions, forget about those too. The dressing was a commercial lite Italian dressing. The wings could have elevated my rating if they had been warm. The flavor was there but they were delivered cold. If you are interested a good antipasto salad, try Inferno. Even Pizza Plus has a better antipasto.
4 based on 54 reviews
We found this restaurant because of Group-on which gave us a great value. But what we found there has has us returning often. The happy hour is just that...Happy and it has some wonderful menu choices. Elizabeth makes sure you are well cared for. She is very personable and fun. She also knows how to make drinks. We had a great conversation with the Chef tonight. He is also excellent. Whether its the wings, the pizza, the Risotto or a steak...all the meals are wonderful. I have not had a bad meal here. I look forward to their ideas for the future.
4 based on 64 reviews
We always get the pizza here, but decided to try dinner entrees. I got the chicken parm which was totally delicious. My husband ordered the lasagna. It was loaded with meat and was awesome! We went back the following week and ordered the same meals and they were equally delicious. You get hot bread and a salad with dinner. I had to take some home. Would definitely recommend this place not only for their great pizzA and stuffed meatball, but everything is great!
4 based on 154 reviews
The wife and I could not remember why we had not visited this place in years so decided to stop. We were disappointed. While my soup was good, everything else was disappointing. The food we had was average to below average but what stuck was our surly waitress. We will not be back.
4 based on 109 reviews
The place is busy most of the time but that does not mean it is still good. Sadly, I think it is not as good as it used to be and it certainly needs a good cleaning. The prices are fair and the pizza is good, not great, not wonderful, not the best by any means.
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