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“Great Pizza, salads and bread”
Review of Pizzicletta

Pizzicletta
Ranked #11 of 348 Restaurants in Flagstaff
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Pizza
Dining options: Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed December 27, 2013

Pizzicletta has some wonderful pizzas, salads and bread. Their Pizza oven was imported from Italy and is quite a work of art.

They have a limited selection of pizzas but each one is designed to be amazing. They also have a meat of the day that you can add to any pizza. Their pizzas are not standard "Americanized" pizzas. They are unique without being weird.

The flavors pop in your mouth and always leave you wanting for more.
They also make their own gelato everyday which is a great way to end a meal.

We always bring home a loaf of bread (if there is any left) and sometimes another pizza for the next day.

Highly recommended.

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Reviewed November 28, 2013

Ate 26 NOV. Ordered California pizza, romaine and kale salad, pepperoni pizza, spinach dip. All food was delicious and fresh. Drank a few pints of Lumberyard Red. Would definitely return.

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Thank JGMONT
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Reviewed October 13, 2013

There is a limited choice in pizza no pasta.The place is very small. The vibe is good if you like lonely planet places. Prices for the pizza start with 12 dollar til 18 ? Dollar wine starts from 8 dollar but a chardonnay cost 12 dollar and is warm.. Think its growing above there head.

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Thank Wivo
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Reviewed September 29, 2013

Perhaps there very best wood fired pizza crust I’ve ever eaten, period. With that being said there are some extremely large negatives which drive me away from this place of such high potential. The menu and seating are positively M-I-C-R-O tiny. I absolutely loathe the family style seating arrangement mandated inside the restaurant. Sitting shoulder to shoulder next to total strangers who listen in on my conversations and vice versa only makes me feel uncomfortable and weird. There is absolutely no privacy here unless you can happen to acquire one of the few outside tables which are quickly taken by others. The menu here is far too small to lend any real variety and when they run out of ingredients needed to make their micro menu as they often do, it becomes especially more painful for the patron. The gelatos are divine, unusual and always delicious. Perhaps one day Pizzicletta will upsize their restaurant and menu at which time I will gladly return to sample the fares. Until then, I pass. There are just so many other better choices for wood fired pizza in Flagstaff who deliver the entire package.

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Thank Dan E
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Reviewed September 28, 2013

We ate here because of the high ranking and good reviews on Trip Advisor, and because of word of mouth. First off, this restaurant is TINY! The seating here is very uncomfortable if you sit at the bar, and the table in the center is designed for large parties or to sit with strangers. The menu is simple, and pretty affordable. Olive oil seemed to be a theme at this establishment, because of it's Italian authenticity. The pizza, however, was not impressive to me whatsoever. The outer crust was too burnt, and the center of the pizza's crust was slimy, and undercooked. It was very thin, and not great. I've had worse, but the pizza was way overrated in my opinion. I also tasted the Wanderlust pale ale beer they had on tap here, which was from a local brewery here in Flagstaff. The beer was actually quite good, and helped make the pizza taste better! We ordered chocolate chip/vanilla bean gelato, which was a pleasant tasting surprise. The flavor changes every day, so be sure to check the chalkboard for the flavor of the day! The staff was amazingly friendly, the ambience was decent, and I loved the brick oven. Overall experience was "ok". I would only recommend this place if you are used to eating at places like California Pizza Kitchen, and other gourmet pizza places. It's not a great place if you are looking for good, thick, hearty, yummy tasting pizza.

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