Excellent gluten free pizza. Energetic, busy place but fast and friendly service! Close proximity to the Drury Inn to easily walk too. I actually went twice!!
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We've made Fratelli's our "go to" place for pizza and salad when we're visiting Flagstaff. We've tried a few other places but we're finished experimenting....Fratelli's was every bit as good this time as it's been in our previous visits. The consistently good pizza, salad and friendly service keeps bringing us back.
Usually pizza is pizza...not this place!! Not only is the usual pepperoni great but their specialty pizzas are fantabulous!! If you want an excellent pizza - go to Fratelllis in downtown Flagstaff. You will not be disappointed.
Loved the Tuscan Pizza! This was my first visit, and can't wait to go back to try their other selections. The restaurant was crowded on a Tuesday night, so we decided to get the pizza to go.
While traveling to Las Vegas, the family was in the mood for deep dish pizza. Wife searched and found Fratellis pizza. We arrived on a Sunday evening and the business was busy, however we were able to find immediate seating. We ordered the deep dish Chicago along with cheese bread sticks. The atmosphere of the establishment was very laid back... More
Recommend highly. This location has a different vibe than the other location, which is a good thing. Same wait time as the other location due to the popularity of the pizza and the limited seating. Worth the wait.
Fratellis is pretty much a straight Pizza place and the pizza is very good. We get Gluten Free crust usually the white pesto with sausage, onion and mushrooms.
I've been here many times for several years. It's pretty good pizza and you can't beat the specials. Lately the pizza has been hit or miss. But can someone tell me how a food establishment manages to get away with the guy who makes the pizza (tossing dough in the air and all) looking like this with all that HAIR????
We went there after asking about local pizza places from some locals in a bar. We walked there from downtown and the line was out the door. The wait was not long however. We ordered a couple beers and our pizza. The place was packed. The pizza was very good.
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