Discover Restaurants offering the best Pizza food in Mandeville, Louisiana, United States. Mandeville is a small city in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 11,560 at the 2010 census. Mandeville is located on the North Shore of Lake Pontchartrain, south of Interstate 12. It is across the lake from the city of New Orleans and its southshore suburbs. It is part of the New Orleans–Metairie–Kenner metropolitan area.
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We love pizza in our house and we normally order from Pizza Hut or one of the chain places but had Marcos once and fell in love with their pizza and always order from them for the last 4 years! Love all of the pizza, salads, desserts and everything else to order. The service is always great too. Always order from Marcos! I didn't realize it was a chain until my best friend was in town and told me they had one in Austin, TX and we ordered it and loved it here too. All lived the pizza here too! Must try and highly recommend!
Reginelli's Pizzeria is a New Orleans-based restaurant featuring hand-tossed pizzas, boldy flavored appetizers, signature salads, calzones, baked pastas, focaccia sandwiches and grill-pressed pitas. They are open daily and offer full-service dining, take-
We finally stopped here after seeing it wasn't packed (the crowds since it opened have been large when we drive by). We were there mid-day on a Saturday which probably helped us get right in and be seated. Service was very friendly. We had the Uptowner (turkey/avocado), Detroit style pizza, and kids meals of pizza and pasta/meatballs. Everyone enjoyed their lunch. Prices were fair. Good service and good food, we'll be back!Thanks for visiting, Kurt! I'm happy to hear that you enjoyed your visit.
We were very impressed with this casual Italian restaurant hidden in a strip mall. Parking was ample as it shares a lot with other businesses. Very casual atmosphere, we seated ourselves for dinner and it appeared about half-full. Staff was very friendly and menu had plenty of options for adults and kids. We ordered "The Pie Combo" pizza (similar to a Supreme with a good mix of toppings) as well as kids meals of Spaghetti with meatball and grilled cheese. The pizza was very good, with a good crust and fresh toppings. The meatball was homemade and very tasty with the spaghetti. The grilled cheese was HUGE and the kids both loved it. Prices are decent, and we definitely recommend.
4 based on 36 reviews
Great food, pasta with local seafoods and wonderful salads. A little local pizzria the little town of mandeville loves!
This place has super good pizza! They will male it literally any way you want it, even quartered into four different toppings on one pie. The is the pizza place that all the locals go to, and for good reason!
If you ever find yourself visiting or just staying overnight in a hotel on the North shore area of New Orleans (Mandeville-South Covington) and don't want to order the same old, ho-hum, national chain pizza delivery do you self a favor and it take it from this thirty year traveler of America and the world. Get yo' self some of this amazing Pie! As an old guy who's spent months at a time working in Chicago and NYC, over many years, I will attest that this is the the best pizza I've ever had delivered! I can only imagine how good the rest of the menu must be and wish I had visited the Restaurant! Next time I'm here I will!
4 based on 23 reviews
Duman Artisan Kitchen is a Pizza restaurant with a casual chic atmosphere. We pride our selves in hand selecting each ingredient (organic whenever available) and using artisanal techniques to create our Pizza. All our sauces are home made daily. We offer
The pizza isn't bad, but not as good as McClains. Their artisan rosemary focaccia isn't bad either, but it's the only bread choice.Wines run $13-15/glass, which seems high for a pizza joint, regardless of how they dress it up.There were also only two waitresses for the whole restaurant, and no bus boys. So although they were running around with energy, the service was delayed.Thank you for taking the time to write a review and rate us! We really appreciate it!Believe it or not, we only look expensive:)If you compare our menu item by item, you'll see that our prices match other pizza places in our area. If you compare it to places that use high quality meets (like panchetta, prosciutto etc), high quality cheeses and organic greens like we do, you could say we are actually cheep :) As for our wine list, we wanted to give our guests a wide variety of options to choose from. We have 25 different wines, all available by the glass. 15 of them (`) are below $13. In fact, 9 of them are between $7-$10.All our wines are hand selected by me so I'll be happy to help you choose a really nice wine for a good price next time you come. I apologize for the delayed service. Hopefully we'll do better next time. We hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 67 reviews
Finally had a chance to try this place, I was really impressed with the food. Ordered the swamp pizza which was very good considering it had a few ingredients I normally wouldnt like on a pizza. Also ordered the salty balls as an appetizer, which was very good, though I felt I was going to die from all the butter haha.The only real negative about the place is the price. If you order from the premade pizzas it isn't too bad, but if you build your own pizza it can be expensive quick.
4 based on 109 reviews
Authentic N.Y. Style Pizza, Calzones, Italian Dishes, Salads, Sandwiches on homemade bread. Angus Burgers, Wraps, Starters, Desserts & more. We provide the absolute highest quality of food & top notch service to our customers. "Quality Without Compromise"
I was at a late meeting and my wife out of town, finally came on a 1$ slice night and listened to Casey Saba's one man band play.I got a 12" diameter pepperoni pizza sliced into 6 slices for $6, not much more than the Abita Purple Haze I got to go with it.And it was very fast.Great review. Thank you so much. Hope we see you again soon.
4 based on 45 reviews
Authentic Sicilian dining in the heart of Mandeville! Enjoy a warm, friendly atmosphere, top-notch service and delicious meals prepared by Chef Leonardo Giarraputo. Chef Leonardoâs culinary expertise stretches back to his youth in Santa Margherita di Beli
There was a time when you found this type of "Sicilian Cuisine" all over New Orleans. And there are still a lot of examples still there (Faust's, Vincent's and Irene's just to name a few, although Irene's is more eclectic) And a lot of New Orleanians moved to the Northshore and found this type of cuisine few and far between. Enter Leonardo's Trattoria and you understand why this place is so popular. He named it "trattoria" for a reason...it's not a fancy ristorante, it's a cafe with very limited seating (I guess around 50 seats or so). The kitchen is small but plenty big enough to accommodate his faithful patrons to this humble abode. Inside it's well decorated in "trattoria decor", dark wood tables and chairs with no tableclothes. The rustic bar seats 5 (I think) and is used for singles dining. It's a nice, pleasant space.The menu is pretty much what your Noni (Italian grandmother) would have served her family...standard stars like Veal Parm, lasagna, fresh made pastas, pizza, flat breads, soups, salads, picatta, pesto and cream sauces. All executed superbly, coming to the table steaming hot, well presented and generous. Everyone I saw there took home a doggie box. The caesar salad was lightly dressed using only the inner, tender leaves of romaine. Fried calamari was top notch served with marinara and a half of a lemon. Veal was a large, fried round that covered the plate. Was it a processed patty? I couldn't tell but for $14 I wasn't complaining. Dessert was a splendid cannoli flavored with a hint of lemon. The ricotta filling was whipped to an airy lightness that set it apart from any I had had before elsewhere. The espresso is worth just the trip alone. Service is friendly, no nonsense and very efficient. We dined at an off time around 3pm on a weekday...weekends must be crazy for the waitstaff and crew.The prices are phenomenal. We got a large plate of calamari, (enough for 4), Veal Parmigiana with pasta, lasagna (lunch portion with a salad (both for $8!), 2 double espressos, two iced teas, 2 cannoli and a bottle of Chianti for under $100 plus they also serve you bread with an olive oil dipping sauce. We seriously suggest you try to dine on their off hours if possible. Even the normal lunch hour on the weekdays is packed.It's located in the back area of a corner strip mall. The crape myrtles by the road have grown tall enough to obscure his signage. Also using Google Maps we experienced a minor hiccup in her directions to this parking lot. If you are familiar to the area Leonardo's is right next to the Mandeville Emergency Vet Clinic.The only negative I can come up with is that I found the red sauce to be a tad too salty since they top most dished with parmigiana too.
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