The medium pizza is really big, and the value for that is excellent. I had the Hawaiian and Mexican pizza, which were both delicious. I would totally return here for dinner over and over again. It's the best!
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It was late, we were hungry and a bit liquored up. So, In spite of looking kind of dirty, we decided to give this hole in the wall a try. The pizza was pretty mediocre but at least the price was right, paying less than...More
First, the staff is awful, they spend the time being so disrespectful to each other and being crude and extremely loud. They are all males over and around their 30s, they do not have the slightest idea of what a service job is supposed to...More
sorry for this bad review but we didn't like our experience there. this was the most horrible pizza we had in the entire world ... it was like throwing stuff on the pizza, undercook it and serve... we didn't even finish it... walking distance same...More
My aim is to always avoid slamming a hard-working business, but given the swarm of customers at Vito's, even at 10:30 pm on a weekday, I don't think they're going out of business anytime soon. But here are the basic facts: the surly man who...More
I had tried their lasagne last year and it was excellent. After a long day climbing pyramids yesterday I wanted an easy meal and chose the Corleone pizza (ham, salami & mushrooms) with garlic bread, $5 for both, takeaway. The pizza looked and smelled good,...More
Being vegetarians it is so difficult to find food to eat. This place offers excellent veg pizzas and pasta delicious and generous portions for a reasonable price.
Cute name, good location. I passed it many, many times on my way to Poncho's, Amaro's, La Paranda, etc. So I finally tried it. A sliced hot dog is their version of "Italian sausage". Never again. Nuff said?