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“REALLY?”

Revolution Pizza and Ale House
Ranked #1,365 of 2,427 Restaurants in Charlotte
Price range: $15 - $20
Cuisines: Italian, Pizza, Bar
Dining options: Late Night
Restaurant details
Dining options: Late Night
Reviewed February 25, 2013

well its in noda area of charlotte. the price of a pizza and a few beers on a saturday for lunch are way over priced. $22 for a large two topping pizza. $4 for miller lite beer. come on guys what do you really have here? nothing really stood out just a plain big old house with food that was average. you can do lots better in other areas of charlotte. wat to many places in the plaza-midwoood area that serve much better food with better prices. i would not set out and go here again if its up to me.nothing to draw me back. just seems to be lacking all the wat around. parking is hard to come by. again way over priced beer and food. lunch should not run you $55 with tip included.for this amount of money i have many places to choose from with much better food and drink prices. my ole mecklenburg cooper beer was $5 a pint. had three beers and my wife diid also with our meal. hope they get the hint.

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Thank nc-1traveler
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Reviewed February 8, 2013

Old house that has been converted into a restaurant. I loved the atmosphere.
Food good, very crowded on Saturday pm. I had the Rev sandwich and homemade chips. Ordered a Yummy Watermelon beer to sip while waiting for food. It did take a long time for our order to get to the table but they did have a large crowd and waiting list due to a brew fest that afternoon in the NODA area. Lots of beer on draft to choose from.
Our server was friendly and attentive.
Parking in this area is challenging on the weekends.

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Thank Kelly J
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Reviewed January 18, 2013

This is a cool place to meet with friends to enjoy a good pie and a good brew. It's a giant house that has been converted into a restaurant, makes for a fun environment. Casual dining experience. Superb thin crust pizzas with lots of toppings. Make it an evening with good friends.

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Thank l3travel
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Reviewed December 17, 2012 via mobile

Great selection of pizzas and toppings. Always tastes great! Try the cheeseburger pizza, it will blow your mind! Also love all the beers on tap!

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Thank Tom P
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Reviewed December 13, 2012

Went here with some friends for dinner and ordered the Carolina Cyclops. It was SO good. Nice thin crust and delicious toppings. They have a great beer selection as well with some good beer and drink specials.

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Thank IceCreamLuvr
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