Pittsburgh pizzeria Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Pittsburgh pizzeria restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Pittsburgh just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Pittsburgh, you've come to the right place.
Our Pittsburgh restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
Also check out our Best Restaurants in Pittsburgh 2012 Guide
“The best pizza, Italian and Steak Hoagies in Pittsburgh. Great home brewed iced tea too! If they only delivered.” (05/24/2009)
“The ABSOLUTE BEST pizza I've had so far in this city. I highly recommend the meat supreme for those unsure of where to start.” (08/19/2011)
“I was staying in Hotel for 3 days, and i had my lunch at Gennaro's Pizza, then they delivered my dinner to my room. Food is PERFECT and nice service........” (12/28/2007)
“save your self the misery and sore disappointment, stay away from this place. i was hoping to find a local neighborhood gem but instead got an ammonia smelling fried fish sandwich, fogettable pizza and paid way too much money for it. the place has a nice old school italian american feel to it but th... ” (08/14/2008)
“The pizza is bland, but edible. However, this restaurant is in the basement of an apartment building. I lived for one year in an apartment on the 4th floor. There were incessant cockroach problems.” (09/18/2008)
“The hot wings are good just a little salty, they have a good crispy consistency. There pizza is a lot better than what the other reviewer said. Their prices are ok. The owner is a nice guy.” (12/28/2010)
“ENJOYED A FEW CUTS OF EXCELLENT PIZZA. A VERY GOOD COMBINATION OF QUALITY INGREDIENTS THAT I COULD FIND NO FAULTS. I WOULD AND WILL BE BACK FOR4 MORE” (03/31/2011)
“Great food and relatively friendly service. If you want to host an event with them though, make sure to get everything in writing. The owner and supervisor do not communicate with each other and things that were agreed upon one day can be completely rejected when it comes down to following through w... ”