I visited Atlas on a previous trip with my wife. Loved it so much that I came back when the guys were in town. Three of us ordered different pizzas so we can sample a variety...We loved all three!
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Atlas Pizzeria refused to honor their online price, despite my assurances that I had seen it online. I was told to call back at another time as they were busy, and then hung up on. I guess that is why I usually order from Aniello's...More
I am sorry your experience with us was unsatisfactory. Menus located on this site and also on Yelp are outdated. There is not a way I can update them. That is in the hands of trip advisor. Again I apologize for the poor service you...More
My daughter and I stopped here for dinner during a recent visit to the area. My salad with chicken was fresh, crisp and satisfying and my daughter similarly enjoyed her pizza but the noise from tables around us marred the experience. We ate in the...More
was very impressed last time we ate in...ordered an Atlas to go...yuk....soggy..loaded with black olives...not much else...
I often meet my friend here for lunch. The pizza and calzones and salads are consistently good and the service is fast for an hour lunch. I would suggest going upstairs as there is ample seating and more privacy. Cost is reasonable for a served...More
Just went in the place and sat down at a table in the front next to counter. After waiting for about 10 minutes and several staff walking by with no acknowledgement we decided to go to the other pizza place on Market Street. I understand...More
Stopped here for a quick lunch The special was 2 slices and a drink. They had six pizzas ready for slices so we ordered 4 different slices. The Rueben pizza was fantastic. We liked all of the slices- steak with peppers and onions, artichoke and...More
My husband and I ordered a pizza for pick-up. Atlas has many specialty pizzas on their menu (type of dough, sauce, many different toppings, etc.). To make the order easier, I simply ordered a specialty pizza and substituted the artichokes for (cheaper) onions. When my...More