We ordered a pesto pizza and a Greek pizza for take out, both were very good. I wasn't sure how I would feel about shrimp on pizza but we thought the pesto pizza was fabulous, and the crust was really good
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We had just spent a long day out and needed somewhere good but kid friendly to eat before heading home. We took 7 kids (ages 7-17), we did have to sit at 2 different tables (not together) and the kids at the other table weren't...More
Hadn't been in years and thought we'd give it a try. "Primavera" with roasted veggies and marinara sounded great. When I roast veggies, the sugars caramelize to a rich flavor. These seemed steamed and skimpy in an almost flavorless watery marinara. Was really hoping for...More
Piazza's has good pizza, but it has more than that. The desserts are wonderful, there are pasta dinners, and the beer is cold. It can be a tad noisy because it is such a family-friendly place. Eat inside or on the patio, or takeout.
My husband ordered the rustica and I hd the pollo "pizza's" both were very good. I rate the pizza better than domino's, pizza hut, jacks, papa murphy's. The wood fire oven gives the pizza a great crisp dough. I also ordered the tiramisu which was...More
Lots of options for a family to choose from Italian sandwiches, pizzas, pasta bowls to entrees. The garlic pizza bread appetizer with homemade marinara-- to die for. You can build your own pizzas or choose from some that you may not have seen or heard...More
Mushrooms, fresh basil and caramelized onions on a smokey, wood fired crust and let me just say YUM! Very good pizza and we also ordered a Greek salad which was fresh and also delish!
Decided to give this place a shot. Pizza comparable to Dominos in smell, taste, quality and sight. Pizzas were small, relatively expensive (which we wouldn't have minded had they been the real, bubbly, wood-fired pizzas we were hoping for). Fungi pizza had too much cheese,...More