Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Brown Deer, Wisconsin, United States. Brown Deer is a village in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, United States. As a suburb of Milwaukee, it is part of the Milwaukee metropolitan area. The population was 11,999 at the 2010 census.
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We ended up here because we wanted to try somewhere new. Very good pizza. Decent dÃ©cor. Nice people. My only quibble is that a pizza place should have table service (also, Coke is better than Pepsi with pizza). We will be back.
4 based on 26 reviews
It is hard to find a pizza place with good pizza and main dishes but Leonardo's is one of those rare finds. I have ordered their pizza often but my favorite is the Mostacholi with meatballs. The sauce is very good and the way they bake the cheese makes it gooey and good.
4 based on 80 reviews
This is a regular stopping point for us primarily for lunch but occasionally dinner also. Very good food and lots of choices to suit everyone. Nice bar area also. Wait staff has always been good...I would recommend the Chancery.
3 based on 126 reviews
Welcome to Zarletti Mequon, where Downtown meets the North Shore. With traditional Italian dishes inspired from Brian Zarletti's original Downtown Milwaukee location, Zarletti Mequon adds authentic, hand-crafted Neapolitan pizza from our Naples, Italy imp
We walked through the doors and felt like we just left our cares behind like we were on vacation in Italy not eating at a Mequon restaurant.Pleasantly greeted and quickly accomodating since we arrived earlier than our reservation time.Our server was exceptional. He was genuine in his recommendations and was not rehearsed. Could carry a conversation and came back to re-pour wine glasses.The food choices were quite a variety and the sea bass special with mashed potatoes was outstanding. Flavor was well balanced throughput the dish.The other dishes were excellent as well.And the tiramasu and chocolate cake was fabulous. Definitely save room for dessert.Highly recommend this restaurant.You walk out very full of eating quality cuisine and refreshed from the escape of being on a vacation.
A rare treat some time ago with a coupon for a whole pan pizza to order. Quite contrary to the usual individual slice means of consuming Rocky's pizza. Served screaming hot, enough to take the skin off the roof of your mouth and then some. Expect a wait, this is a substantial deep dish pizza.
We stayed at the Sybaris in Mequon when we tried getting delivery from the Pizza Hut in Mequon. The Mequon location told us to contact the Brown Deer location for delivery since they're much closer. We did and we're told by the Brown Deer Pizza Hut to call the Mequon location for delivery. We called back and forth between locations several times. When we talked to the Mequon Pizza Hut manager, he promised that Brown Deer was the Pizza Hut that was supposed to deliver to our location. We called Brown Deer back and requested a manager. The manager was extremely unprofessional, stating he didn't know about delivery since he hadn't been there long. Did not care an ounce about our frustration or whether or not we ordered from Pizza Hut. We ended up ordering from Toppers which gladly delivered to us (and ironically is also located on Brown Deer Rd, right next to Pizza Hut). Lesson learned.
4 based on 99 reviews
I love breakfast. Pancakes, waffles, bacon, eggs, coffee, you name it and I'll typically eat it. Our experience at Chuck's was average breakfast at an average price in a barely-average venue with average-to-below average service. I'd like to give credit because we were there on a busy Sunday morning, but on the other hand, I presume every Sunday morning is very busy and they should know how to handle a big crowd.The food itself is good enough, but not any better than any other breakfast place. I've had better food at nearby Cafe 1505 and Wooden Goose Cafe and even at Denny's. The prices are fair and reasonable for a family-owned place, but I expected the quality to be better.I especially expected the service to be better. There was no host to queue visitors, take names, seat people, etc. There was one gentleman, who I believe may have been namesake Chuck, trying to take orders at the counter, handle payments, and point at guests to ask for numbers. He was friendly and trying to do well, but was doing the job of 2-3 people. Our server, who was quite old and perhaps used to a different era of service, had some less-than-friendly mannerisms. She also wanted us to grab hot plates from her directly, rather than setting them down. We had to grab our own extra coffee creamer as our request went unfulfilled. It was a plethora of small things, but was not impressive.The parking lot is a mess, particularly with the snow we had at the time. Their "four seasons room" is a gaudily added-on room that does not match the decor, had broken heating registers easily visible, and relied on two space heaters to keep it warm. Worse yet, the door that goes to the outside was locked, with no indication that guests parking in the rear lot should walk up front. We would have been just as close to the entrance with street parking.Frankly, having such excellent nearby venues like the aforementioned Cafe 1505 and Wooden Goose Cafe make it difficult to recommend coming here. Even Cafe Hollander, for its flaws, does a better job with breakfast. Maybe I just missed the charm as we're newer to the area and don't have that local connection that some of the guests clearly had.
4 based on 58 reviews
Our bike group rode from the North Shore to Hubbard Park beer garden and then back to Calderone Club. We had great seating outside with a gas fireplace. Great beer and wine selection. People were shocked at both the size and quality of the pizzas. And the complimentary amaretto was a treat. They are not fond of splitting checks, but the owner kindly made an exception. When my husband and I go, we split the salsiccia. Spicy and delicious.
4 based on 99 reviews
Ate here recently. First time there. I was seated and waited on promptly. I ordered their house pasta which comes with a salad. I will say the peppercorn ranch dressing was excellent. My wine and salad were delivered quickly. After taking only a couple bites of my salad and before I even had one sip of wine, my food was dropped at my table across from me. Cause I was still eating my salad, the food should have been kept until the salad course was done. The salad had some really awful sesame sticks on the top- at least a thatâs what I think they were. The pasta was cooked well and the sauce was decent. The bread was stale which they tried to cover up by heating it. It was not good at all.
Dropped in for lunch and was surprised at how large and clean the dining area was. You order at the counter and they bring the food to you. We got 2 burrito platters with rice and beans. The burrito was huge and the food filling and tasty. Service was quick.
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