Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Miamisburg, Ohio, United States. Miamisburg (/maɪˈæmiːzbɜːrɡ/ my-AM-eez-burg) is a city in Montgomery County, Ohio, United States. The population was 20,181 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area. Miamisburg is known for its large industry (mainly for its nuclear operations during World War II) and retail factors (such as the Dayton Mall) commercial business area, which is partially located in Miami Township, but is probably most famous for being the home to the Miamisburg Mound. Miamisburg borders Miami Township, Springboro, and West Carrollton. The sister city of Miamisburg is Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.
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Taken at the recommendation of my co worker who has traveled here before. It's average pizza and wings. Have had better pizza at Domino's. The meat on the meat lovers was bland and the crust was hard to chew through at the end of the piece.
Our family loves Pizza Hut Pizza. This place is no-frills. There is no seating, but it is a great place to stop and get dinner on the way home!
3 based on 11 reviews
Donatos is a family-owned pizza company famous for Edge to EdgeÂ® toppings on a crispy golden thin crust. Founded in Columbus, Ohio in 1963, we take pride in giving back in every community we serve.
I found myself stranded at a hotel in Kettering Ohio and had a taste for pizza. I didn't have a car at this time. I called many places in the area including Daytons' "famous" Marion's and they all said they don't deliver. What a shame. It's a huge market they are missing in my opinion. Where I come from delivery is always an option. Anyway, the Donato pizza arrived promptly and was quite tasty. Very substantial and good quality. I would recommend it.
3 based on 20 reviews
Took our granddaughter to celebrate her fifth birthday, she was simply overwhelmed at all the games and playground equipment. We adults were not nearly as impressed, we paid $65 for two smallish pizzas with limited toppings, a half dozen tiny boneless wings, and a basket of doughy pretzel bites. It took 30 minutes to get the food, one pizza was cold. No surprise, the place is very noisy. Was disappointing to see a "no guns" sign on the door, precluding me from entering with my legally concealed handgun. This is, of course, the owner's right and I did obey the law and complied. Would not go back unless one of the grandchildren insisted.
Local favorite or good pizza and more. Reasonably priced to other national chains but has that personal touch of customer service. A must try
3 based on 64 reviews
I would describe this place overall as a typical sports bar you can find just about anywhere in the country. Lots of TV's on the wall but the noise level overall wasn't at all bad. There wasn't anything outstanding about this place good or bad. The service was average for a sports bar. We only picked this place because it was one of the only ones open on the 4th of July. The small deluxe pizza I had here was pretty good in most respects, tasted pretty good and I enjoyed it. It was a thin crust one which I prefer. At $10, it was reasonably priced. My wife thought her meatball sandwich was decent. Drink prices were average.
4 based on 25 reviews
Mom and Pop hometown restaurant serving Miamisburg since 1977.
Great staff and family owned. I've been there a few times before and haven't been disappointed in their food. This time I tried the Chicken Ranch Pizza and it was great. Loaded with chicken and great taste. Did this order in carry-out and was still very hot when we got it home. This is another item to put on my favorite list.
4 based on 165 reviews
BRAVO Cucina Italiana is proud to serve Italian classics with a twist made with authentic old world cooking techniques and the highest-quality ingredients - housemade pasta specialties, pizzas and flatbreads, steaks, chops and seafood. We invite you to co
Following PM League Tennis, my wife expresses an interest in dining at BRAVO Cucina Italiana, in Centerville.We like that BRAVO Cucina Italiana is an upscale-casual Italian restaurant serving pasta, grilled steaks and fish, and cocktails in a Roman-ruin decor.Service: Server in need of improvementsâ¦Ambience: Upscale ItalianMenu: Steaks, seafood, Italian,â¦.Dining: Pasta Fra Diavolo is among my wifeâs favoritesNoise Level: comfortableWe highly recommend.
4 based on 50 reviews
For over 55 years Ron Holp has personally overseen Ron's Pizza. His crust is undeniably the best in the business. This fabulous Tavern casual dining spot is a favorite of the locals. The diverse menu offers items for every taste. The patio is an added plus.
4 based on 88 reviews
Admittedly, it takes a lot for me to get excited about pizza. This did not accomplish it. Dayton, in fact, has its own pizza tradition, as exemplified by Marion's and Cassano's: thin, crispy crust, cut into small squares. If one burns out on that, Dewey's is a reasonable alternative. The ingredients are the stars here, and they're quite good. The crust--not so much. It's just bready enough that it doesn't get crisp, or have an real body. I did, however, have a quite creditable calzone.
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