Reviews on Pizza food in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Nearly perfect year-round weather and several impeccably designed championship courses have made Phoenix one of the top golf destinations in the world. But there's more to this mild-mannered metropolis than pristine greens and tee times. The greater Phoenix area also offers visitors an array of impressive cultural attractions. Visit the internationally renowned Heard Museum for an in-depth look at Native American history or peruse the fine collection at the Phoenix Museum of Art. Enjoy a ballet performance at the ornate Orpheum Theater or or catch a concert at the state-of-the-art Comerica Theatre. In addition to golf, the city offers access to numerous outdoor endeavors including rock climbing, hot-air ballooning, desert jeep tours and more. Family-friendly attractions, first-rate shopping, dining and entertainment, and spectacular recreational activities make Phoenix a must-visit destination.
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4 based on 165 reviews
Just a hop skip and jump off I 17 North (near Turf Paradise) this is a neighborhood Italian gem with plenty of seating and parking. On a Sunday morning those gathered ranged from families coming from church, families going to church, couples, singles, old, young. Whatever the table size or request the service was terrific. Quick. The spaghetti and HUGE meatballs with Marinara sauce hit the spot and there was PLENTY of it. Beer on draft. Wine by the glass. No need to go overboard on the atmosphere....its a family neighborhood joint. So let's not tell anyone about it.Prices are right on. Well worth the visit. Huge menu breakfast thru brunch
4 based on 383 reviews
We met family who live in Phoenix here for dinner and it was a great choice! Plentiful servings on a great variety of food. We ordered several pizzas and the salads are delicious and big enough to share. Cocktails were a bit pricey, but very smooth.Service was outstanding. We did have about an hour wait, but sat on the veranda with cocktails. It would have been nice to have that area have appetizers available as well as cocktails.
4 based on 308 reviews
We had a large party of 13 for dinner - and so enjoyed the food. Prosciutto and Bianco pizzas, B.L.T, and Tiramisu - yum! I enjoyed the Roasted Beet Salad and Bruschetta; the Cauliflower Calabrese was fabulous!! The atmosphere - somewhat dark but not gloomy. You have to check out the bathrooms - very very unique! And the basement, well, you just have to see for yourself - it is quirky and unique! A great meal overall!!
4 based on 429 reviews
Really great location with a welcoming staff. Hard to choose between the fresh pasta and wood-fired pizza. Settled for the pie and it was a real treat. Tasty homemade mozzarella cheese and the crust had the right amount of âburnâ while being thin with a hearty crust. But really itâs about the Nutella frap (actually a milk shake) and their house lemonchella. Casual and comfortable. Our fav pie place in PHX!
4 based on 1274 reviews
After all the hype over all the years, we were in town and went straight from the airport. WOW! Great, friendly service. Perfect salad of greens - perfectly dressed. Then the pizza; biancoverde - white pizza with fresh arugula placed on it after baking. Crust was amazing; thin but not too thin, done but not overdone, hint of salt but not overly salty, cheeses were ample but not over. Maybe the most perfect pizza. Had the rice pudding for dessert and it was the best outside of New York we've had. People hype a lot of places and they turn out to be not great. This one IS great.
4 based on 286 reviews
We had simple field greens tossed in oil and vinegar dressing with olives. Very fresh .Pizza was margarita . Crust was excellent thin in real pizza oven. Wonderful taste with fresh basil. Service awesome. Lived it.Note not a budget place . Pizza is pricy but awesome flavor. These are kinda personal size since they are hungry.Need 2 if your a big eater.Table bread great too.Well worth it.
4 based on 162 reviews
Went here on Easter Sunday. Had heard good things about it- was better than described. We started out ordering Wine Collers, they had a large selection in many fruit flavors: settled on the blueberry, and the watermelon; both very good. Ordered a few appetizers, the arancini was fantastic: fried risotto puffs, blended nicely with mozzarella, fresh basil, Granada Padana, and a hint of tangy lemon- good taste all around. We also each had " the wedge"- romaine lettuce, Gorgonzola cheese, and Schreiner's ( local Meat Co.) smoked bacon- very good. We then ordered 3 different pizzas, and shared/tasted among the 4 of us. The first was the traditional Margherita, the second was a Sweet Potao, Sage, and Ricotta. What an amazing combination: thin crust with a "white pie" of ricotta, topped with paper thin sweet potato slices and fresh sage. The taste was amazing ! The 3rd. Pizza was the traditional pepperoni: thin crust, plenty of thin sliced pepperoni that had a nice spiciness to it- again, very good. We each had an order of polenta...or should I say " polenta sticks"- creamy polenta, fried as thin sticks, crunchy on the outside, creamy & tasty inside; not heavy, but filling. We actually had room for desserts: we shared, peach cobbler- thin pastry crust, packed with filling, topped with vanilla ice cream. Tiramisu- WOW ! Not only light ladyfingers in a deep Exspesso, but topped with a Nutella cream and dark chocolate shavings. Great sweet taste, the Nutella was a perfect taste with the chocolate; Very,very glad we saved room for the desserts. Our Server Kyle was great- he, and the staff, did not bring one corse on top of the other, but spaced them do that we had time between each to enjoy the many great tastes here ! This was a great meal, start to finish; we will be going back again !They have a " drive thru" Lane, and you can order ahead, and pick up . This is located in North Phoenix, just 1/2 a block off of Central Ave./ Camelback Road.
4 based on 203 reviews
At North Arcadia, Italian countryside has merged with the Phoenix Arcadia district to create a space that is refined and rustic.The modern Italian farmhouse architecture gives the first hint of regional farm-to-table food and a welcoming vibe inside. Hous
I understand that some restaurateurs wish for a loud, fun ambiance as such connotes high energy and excitement. Normally, loud is fine. But this place was so loud I had to sit next to my wife (rather than across) just to converse. I was put off by the sheer din of the place.We both had the signature bolognese and we were both disappointed. The noodles were excellent but the signature sauce was bland tasting. We tried to amp the flavor up using first salt then by adding some balsamic. That helped but should be unnecessary. Our server started strong but dropped the ball at least twice. We were hitting our water pretty hard (it was 115 that day) and she was very slow to bring re-fills. Secondly, I was halfway through my meal before she offered any parmesan cheese. Not good.I left disappointed.
4 based on 243 reviews
This was our first visit and we will be back soon. The neopolitan style pizza was delicious. Our pleasant and helpful server was excellent. The mid-century modern decor is very cool. There is abundant and easy parking out back. It is easy to access just off a major freeway. Additionally, their history is very intetesting to learn about (no spoiler, go check it out to find out). The family owners really care about what they provide and you can tell.
4 based on 850 reviews
Pomo Pizzeria Napoletana creates a truly authentic pizza experience utilizing the same simple methods that were practiced for hundreds of years in Napoli, Italy where pizza was born and perfected. We combine the slow levitation method to produce our homem
A group of us went to Pomo since we were staying at a hotel about 6 blocks away. We didn't realize that it was a hangout close to the university and found that it can be quite busy. Sitting at the bar, we were given menus and soon picked out either pasta or pizza. The waiter/bartender was an amiable young man who supplied us with drinks and made sure they were filled promptly. However, as prompt as he was, the food was even faster, it came out in under 10 minutes - hot and scrumptious. The pasta, gnocchi, parmesan and pizza were all delicious. The pizza had nice blisters on the curst to supply a charred flavor to the overlay of sauce and cheese. It was also just short of nuclear heat from the oven. The other dishes were also hot and very well received - especially the arrabiata pasta. My wife got this one, she likes spicy food and this was very spicy according to her - she loved it. For dessert, we had gelato and it too was delicious. So, great food, attentive staff and wonderful gelato - who can go wrong with this choice?
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