Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Hermantown, Minnesota, United States. Hermantown is a city in Saint Louis County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 9,414 at the 2010 census. A suburb of Duluth, Minnesota, it has been the only city in the county to report population growth as much of the area's residential and commercial expansion occurs there. Hermantown is located near the tip of Lake Superior.
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4 based on 249 reviews
We have gone to this restaurant many times over the years but after this last visit we probably wonât be back. I agree that it was a busy night, BUT we ordered a 16 inch pizza and it appeared to have been put together by a grade school class. We ordered pepperoni, mushroom and olives and the meat was pretty much missing and the mushrooms were hit and miss and the olives were taken out of a jar and thrown on the pizza (all 6 of the olives) and they were whole. Not exactly what we were expecting. When I got my change for the bill it was $2.00 short so as a result the tip was also. A pretty disappointing trip all around.
4 based on 16 reviews
Ordered the bacon cheeseburger pizza for lunch the other day. Usually, VIP is the best in town by far, but I think this location lacks in its quality control. I believe this is owned by the original owner's son.......the pizza was good, but not gooey hot sweet and pickly that I remember......
4 based on 19 reviews
Follow the North Star to this inspired Duluth taproom. Ursa Minor Brewing is small 5 BBL brewery built to serve the taproom with a large selection of rotating styles of beer. Feel at home and be welcomed with handcrafted beers and artisan wood fire pizzas
We went to celebrate our daughters grad from nursing. Just a tour a each of the mice breweries in the Duluth Mn area. This one was good. They had a decent selection of beer and the staff was more than accommodating in letting us try different drinks as well as recommending others.
3 based on 25 reviews
We stopped here in the new location last night. The special was a free garlic cheese bread with an XL baked pizza. I don't normally love cheese bread, usually it's a bland, undercooked, boring filler. This cheese bread however, stole my heart! It was delicious! The excess cheese was grilled and served along with the bread. I was completely pleased with the meal before the pizza arrived. The pizza was good as well, a nice thin crust with a great cheese blend. They have a bar, and a decent selection of appetizers, sandwiches and pizzas.
4 based on 66 reviews
Homemade sauce with secret spices. Dough that's made fresh every morning. Specialty meats and real mozzarella cheese. The sounds of crisp crust being cut into perfectly sized squares. That's what you'll find in the kitchen at Sammy's Pizza & Restaurant in
We recently drove from our home in Florida to Minnesota for a family funeral.Whenever we drive (or fly) back to MN we always stop at Sammy's Pizza...great food...great taste...great memories with every bite.We totally enjoy every part of the luncheon buffet...Yum-eee!
4 based on 333 reviews
Thirsty Pagan is a lovely little brewpub. We brew all of our 16 different taps with 7 house specialties, and rotating 9 seasonals and one hard apple cider guest tap. Our gourmet pizza is made to order with all fresh ingredients. We are open at 11:00 in th
Interesting location, it is a converted train station. They did not change the room design but more the furniture so the area is more thin and long. The room closest to the bathroom.had a lot of pictures and articles from the past. it was as though you are walking out of the bar and restaurant into abandoned room from the past. We went on Monday and they had folk group singing. It is a hopping place for adults, in an area where there is little in the way of retail and restaurants. This a run down industrial area. We had pretzels for appetizers and they were not bad (served with mustard). Everybody love the pizzas except me. it could have been the thick crust. I not did really get the taste until I had a cold piece the next morning. For two small pizzas, a regular pizza, and two pretzels it was near 70 dollars so for my normal range this was very expensive.
4 based on 513 reviews
We love Pizza Luce, no matter the location, but the Duluth location is our favorite!We arrived on a Thursday night with a group of six and were seated at the avocado table. I had called two days before hand and requested a reservation and we were promptly seated upon arrival, even though we were a little early.Our waiter was fantastic! He recommended samples of beers and when I inquired about garlic bread coming with my salad, he made sure to throw in a few slices for me. He checked on us often, kept our beverages filled, and assisted us in selecting from the menu. They have a lot of craft beer options, all of which the waiter was very knowledgeable about. We inquired about Lienekugal selections as they are just across the border, but the restaurant does not carry them (according to the waiter it is due to an issue with the distributor not wanting to supply the brand at any of their locations). Other beers ordered were of all local craft brew varieties and were enjoyable.I ordered the Greek salad as they make a fantastic one with large portions. The other five split a large and a small pizza perfectly.We were there for my husband's birthday and they offered him a free beer for the occasion.We will definitely be back to this location any time we are in Duluth and will also visit the other locations when we are in the Twin Cities.
4 based on 92 reviews
All the hype created high expectations for me - and this place didn't live up to it. Nothing wrong with the place overall, but the service was mediocre, and the food options were limited. I want to have an Italian Beef sandwich. They also use the same beef on a couple of other dishes, including a signature sandwich featured on Triple D. This was an early dinner on a weeknight, and they were completely out of the beef. That's not so great. My wife had the Picante Shrimp pasta dish and I had the Porketta sandwich. Both were okay, but not that memorable.Not trying to rip the joint, because someone else might have a much more favorable experience. We will try it again in a few months. If it is a better experience, I'll be sure to report back.
4 based on 280 reviews
Vitta Pizza is a locally owned wood-fired Neapolitan pizzeria in the heart of Canal Park. We are known for our award winning pizzas, eclectic beer & wine selection, great tasting salads, family friendly atmosphere & excellent customer service. We have ind
Great place for pizza if you want to try somet5ning different from the standard pizza joint. Unique combinations of ingredients or you can build a "typical" pizza with ingredients of your choice. Wood-fired brick oven which is great. Fast counter service. Nice change and we loved our selection.Grazie!!
4 based on 175 reviews
Homemade sauce with our secret mix of seasonings. Dough that's made fresh every morning. Specialty meats and real mozzarella cheese. The sounds of crisp crust being cut into perfectly sized squares. That's what you'll find in the kitchen at Sammy's Pizza
Our previous experience (and review) was outstanding, but this time was disappointing. We arrived about 1:10 for the noon buffet that is advertised as lasting until 2 PM. Probably because there were only a couple of tables occupied, the pizza was never refreshed, and we had to make due with luke-warm pizza sitting under relatively ineffective heat lamps. Another quirk is that the soda machine, which elsewhere is "self-service" was off limits for self-service, and we had to try to get a server's attention for refills. Due to lack of customers, he mostly hung out in the entry room, not the room where we were sitting.At its best, Sammy's is a very good pizza place, but be aware that in the last 45 minutes of the buffet, there may not be fresh pizza.
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