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“Worth the trip”
Review of Thirteen Pies - CLOSED

Thirteen Pies
Cuisines: Pizza
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Reviewed April 9, 2012

Hubby and I were downtown to eat at another restaurant which had a long wait so we found Fireside which a friend had told us about. So glad we couldn't get in the other restaurant. Great friendly service - Brewfest was going on downtown so they were busy but got us in quickly. The Panzanella salad was incredible, ice cold beers and fabulous thin crust pizza from the brick oven. Don't miss this place. There is pasta on the menu also!

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Thank Peggy T
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Reviewed April 8, 2012

The straight pie is fresh and crispy, the chicken sausage pizza and prosciutto and arugala pizzas are great too. If you don't like pizza the chicken milanese is very good. It's a great dish to share.
Will go back soon.

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Thank cinnamongirl2
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Reviewed March 27, 2012

We went on a Friday night and they were pretty busy so we had a drink outside while waiting for a table. Once inside, this place has a nice energy to it.. The service was excellent the whole time and we enjoyed the molten meatball appetizer, the 13 pizza (it had pear on it....interesting) and an order of red pepper tortellini and shared a wonderful market fruit crisp for dessert. Everything was excellent! Trendy place but not too expensive. We will return!

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Thank Jules5656
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Reviewed February 16, 2012

Love this place. Super crust, exotic topping options and great salads.

Thank CatFortWorth
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Reviewed February 10, 2012

Went here because of a gift card. Arrived early only to find they didn't open until five, so we came back another day after five. The menu items are pretty much a la carte, and they think a lot of their pizza as evidenced by the high price and small size. We shared one meat pizza the size of a small dinner plate and a side of asparagus, tea, and dessert (some sort of apple crunch). This all but wiped out the $50 gift card ($46 total). The waitress cheerily announced we had $4 lef on the gift card but not to worry competing with me for a table, we won't be back. While the pizza was good, as was the asparagus, there is nothing inherently fabulous about this place, when you factor in cost vs. value, so I suppose the prices are designed to offset the rent. Don't get me wrong, the atmosphere is pleasant enough, but try parking after five. It's just not worth the hassle unless you're one of the nearby residents who appear there out of convenience (it is across the street from new condos).

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1  Thank Laurie M
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