Thin crunchycracker like crusty. Not much sauce. They use fresh mozzarella which doesn't add to the taste. The manager didnt charge us because i said how disappointing the pizza was.
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When you first walk in the layout seems a little "off". Very open concept that does not provide a cozy atmosphere. The hostess and waitress very exceptional. Both very attentive and cooperative. We ordered pizza (there is not much else on the menu) and it...More
Stopped by Grimaldi's for pizza mid week with the family. Quality of food was good, however service was good but slow in getting food from kitchen. Wouldn't recommend for mid week when kids have school unless you get there early.
Myself and my other half visited Grimaldi's in search of great pizza for date night.... we found it. The food and drinks were great and nice service. Downside was a fairly long wait and we got sat at a table right by the server kitchen...More
I'm biased. I grew up in New Haven, CT., the Home of Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana established in 1925. One of the first to use coal-fired ovens. In New Haven, they used the same ovens now as they did in 1925. Since New Haven, CT...More
Wow! They have the best oven-baked pizza, just like Naples, Italy. Great spinach salad and desserts that melt in your mouth! They have an awesome selection of wines too. We went again on Mom's Day and although it was packed, we got in without waiting!!...More
We stopped in for a snack after the movies at Cobb. I had the bruschetta, traditional and mushrooms with red pepper. It was delicious. The server was friendly and service wasn't bad. If we are in the area we will go back to try their...More
My boyfriend and I stopped at Grimaldi's for dinner while driving through Clearwater. The hostesses were very friendly and promptly sat us. The bruschetta was awful, and our pizza was very average. I thought it was interesting that they baked the basil on our margarita...More