This is a small business. Could use some upgrades as far as decor. We had pizza, wings, and fried pickles. The pizza was ok, wings were pretty good, and the pickles were ok. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't the best.
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I last had a meal here in Nov 2000 before moving out of the area. It was always a favorite for pizza and pasta, good food, good service and fair prices. I will admit that I was never a fan of the pizza crust but...More
Great pizza, staff is super friendly. Kid's spaghetti was a huge portion with garlic bread. Location is away from all the tourists which was nice
We have had the pizza here and was not impressed, but thought we would try the pasta this time. Both pasta dishes were tasty, although the sauce was suspiciously like pure tomato paste. The bread served with the pasta was delicious, light and buttery. The...More
Very casual, small restaurant which sits on a very nondescript piece of property. We have only had the Mama Rosa's Supreme pizza, and it was delicious. The crust was thin and crisp, the amount of toppings were ample, and it had a very nice coating...More
I love to eat at this hometown favorite. It is a locals secret, off the beaten path. They are known for their baked subs (really a flat moon of dough stuffed with melted cheese, ham, beef, shredded lettuce, tomato, dressing of choice) served with chips...More
Mama Rosa's has good, fresh food for a great price. I had a seven inch cheese pizza with salad, nothing special, five bucks. For the price of a gallon of gas, I was fed and well. I'll go back.