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Comment Archives: Locations: Restaurants: Pizza

Re: “Grimaldi's

Best pizza in Tucson, hands down. Some people may prefer Brooklyn's but understand that these two places do pizza totally differently. Grimaldi's uses a real coal-fired oven, whereas Brooklyn's uses a standard pizza over. Both places are very good but we like Grimaldi's the best. One thing I gotta ask though. Who on earth orders a big hunk of cheese cake after stuffing their face with pizza?

Posted by RetiredCouple on 03/28/2011 at 2:28 PM

Re: “Empire Pizza and Pub

I'm not a big fan of the NY style pizza, but I've got to say that these guys have a great pie. The bar in the back is a nice little hangout joint and the pizza slices come out hot and fast. Well done. Also nice to see a long line at 2:15 after the bars close.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Bob on 03/11/2011 at 9:13 AM

Re: “Magpies Gourmet Pizza on Fourth

Best pizza I have ever had...

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Posted by MissGourmet on 03/02/2011 at 8:16 PM

Re: “Magpies Gourmet Pizza

Magpies is hands down the best pizza in tucson and it shows because im pretty sure they've won tucson weekly's best pizza award something ridiculous like 15 times in a row. this place is definitely the place to go when your craving a good pizza

0 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Nichi on 03/02/2011 at 8:13 PM

Re: “Chicago Bar

I don't mean to be rude but we saw Shell Shock and found them to be rather boring. We left after the first set. It was a long drive for us to be let down. By the way, we love classic rock when it's done well. Sorry.

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Posted by RetiredCouple on 02/11/2011 at 7:49 PM

Re: “No Anchovies

I have been going to No Anchovies regularly since 2005. The staff is totally friendly, make conversation with you and know how to liven up the university atmosphere. Great Selection of pizzas. My favorite is the Buffalo Wing Pizza!They have TV's both inside and outside and it is a great place to watch any sporting event.

Posted by DesertBratAndrew74 on 02/06/2011 at 8:18 AM

Re: “Rocco's Little Chicago

The wings are unbeatable here. Tried many others in Tucson and they cannot compete with Rocco's! The Great Chicago Fire pizza is hot, spicy and very delicious. We always order a large so we have leftovers for that hangover the next day!!! Another favorite is the Caprese Salad, first of all, it's huge enough to share and they do not skimp with the mozzarella at all, the basil is fragrant and flavorful, but the star of this salad is definitely the balsamic, we are sure it is homemade and it is appreciated! And do not, I repeat, do not leave without trying one of Lisa's cookies! They are usually out of them, so if you notice there are some when you get there, grab 'em and save them for later, you'll be glad you did. The servers are quick, friendly and attentive. And they have a nice selection of brews.

Yep, there's a reason for the packed parking lot and the wait!

0 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Ruagwabwa on 01/11/2011 at 11:07 PM

Re: “Bianchi's

Excellent pizza but still occasionally travel across town to get their lasagna special on Thursdays (for over 20 years!). Yes, it's that good.

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Posted by Renoir on 01/02/2011 at 11:19 AM

Re: “Sauce

great summer special

pizza, salad and 2 wines/drinks for $20.00

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Posted by graz on 12/29/2010 at 10:56 AM

Re: “Rocco's Little Chicago

Finally went here after hearing a friend say the pizza was good. I went for a lunch special, salad and a two-topping slice of pizza for about $7. Verdict. The salad was rather good (not blow you away good, but pretty darn good). As for the pizza. The slice was plenty big but only decent tasting. It had an almost Bisquick-like crust quality and taste to it. Now that's not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, I wasn't disappoint with my meal at all. However, I expected it to be better since my friend raved about the place. I do agree with the previous post in that the service is friendly. Still, Grimaldi's is the place for truly great pizza in Tucson.

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Posted by RetiredCouple on 12/13/2010 at 2:05 PM

Re: “Boston's The Gourmet Pizza Restaurant and Sports Bar

No very good at all. That's what our party of five ended up saying after eating dinner here. I highly doubt any of us will come back as the food isn't happening here.

Posted by RetiredCouple on 11/30/2010 at 11:10 AM

Re: “Zachary's

As good as it gets outside of the Windy City. Deep dish like it should be.

Posted by marlin85710 on 11/04/2010 at 3:38 PM

Re: “Vero Amore

Must have been a bad day for darbone - I was there for dinner with two friends last Friday - 10-29 and had a WONDERFUL experience. Very attentive and friendly server, water served right after we were seated and the wine list offered. We split the very generous Caprese salad (no grey prosciutto here) which was wonderfully fresh right down to the very red and tasty tomatoes! We then split 2 pizzas - the Quattro Formaggi (wouldn't have minded just a TAD more cheese) and a special that night with sliced Italian sausage, red and green peppers, onions and lots of cheese. We were in no hurry as we were all catching up on each other's lives and never felt rushed at all. Finished the meal with one of their skillet cookies (chocolate chip with vanilla bean ice cream) and a white chocolate Pannacotta with blackberries. YUM! I know that the Dove Mountain VA has a larger menu but it was WAY too far for 2/3 of our group. We didn't feel cheated one bit by the Swan Road location! 4 stars instead of 5 due to the fact that the cheese pizza needed more cheese!

Posted by eggypann on 11/04/2010 at 8:49 AM

Re: “Vero Amore

Don't waste your time or money at the Swan Rd location. It's hard to believe the owners allow this place to operate using the same name as the Dove Mountain store (which is absolutely fantastic). A visit to Swan Road found disinterested, messy wait staff and food that was not worthy of the Vero Amore name. No water was offered, had to ask for menus, no offer of a wine list, grey colored prosciutto in the appetizer..... Not good.

Spend the time and drive to Dove Mountain for the real Vero Amore. You will be shocked at the difference.

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Posted by darbone85737 on 10/21/2010 at 3:50 PM

Re: “Boston's The Gourmet Pizza Restaurant and Sports Bar

I ate at this restaurant Saturday night with my son. We ate in the bar area. It had a great atmosphere. Lot's of big screen TVs. Good selection of beers on tap.

Service was pretty good except I had to track down the server when I wanted my check (I really hate that).

We ordered some wings for an appetizer. They were pretty good by western NY state standards. I ordered an individual sized veggie pizza and my son ordered a small "Chicken Da Vinci" pizza. The pizzas both "looked nice" and had fresh ingredients.

And now for my big beef with this place,... Both pizzas were UNDER BAKED. The middles of the pizzas were lukewarm with the cheese only slightly melted. The cheese was not browned at all. The crusts were not browned at all. None of the ingredients had blended. It just tasted like the individual lukewarm ingredients. Also, the pizza crusts were prefabricated and bland

If they baked the pizzas a few extra minutes they would have a much better product. After all, the words "Gourmet Pizza" are in their name.

Would I go back? I'm on the fence. There wasn't one thing that stood out that would make me want to go back. Since I have to make a recommendation I have to say "No".

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Posted by BigSombrero on 10/16/2010 at 9:11 PM

Re: “1702

In an age of instant gratification, often with sub-par quality, it's refreshing to know a place like 1702 is around. Feeling a monster appetite coming on? Leisurely enjoy any of the 50 rotating beers on tap while awaiting your freshly made custom slice of pizza. Yes, it will take more than 5 minutes, but quality takes time. Best pizza in town and a beer for every pallet.

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by mikemo206 on 10/10/2010 at 11:14 PM

Re: “Tino's Pizza

Killer pies, a bit pricy but you are getting the best in town, maybe the whole state.
Delicious crust, great sauce.

Posted by agmtb on 10/08/2010 at 6:07 PM

Re: “Renee's Organic Oven

For those of you that have a gluten sensitivity and miss pizza, eclectic delivers great tasting gluten-free pizza... at a cost. The pizza and other gluten free menu items seem really overpriced, especially when compared to the regular menu items. The ambiance is kind of awkward. It's in a strip mall along busy Tanque Verde. But the service has been consistently good and the pizza ingredients are fresh, local and organic when possible and delicious. They even serve gluten free beer! Overall, I would ignore the quirks and support this great Tucson business offering an option for Celiacs and gluten sensitive folks.

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by mlc on 09/28/2010 at 6:53 PM

Re: “Prince Pizza and Family Restaurant

We have been there multiple times - awesome night out each time! Great food in a wonderful friendly atmosphere with fantastic live music! Tucson has needed such an all ages friendly quality venue. You can make it what you want - romantic night out or a time to actually have fun out with the whole family. Highly recommend it - money well spent!

Posted by clrmrgn on 09/18/2010 at 1:22 AM

Re: “1702

I liked this place when it wasn't as well known, but the popularity of the place has exacerbated some of its worst drawbacks. For starters, it's deafeningly loud even when it's only somewhat busy; there's no sound-absorbing material whatsoever and even a few conversations can create a roar, especially because the TV is also usually turned up high. There's something up with the climate control, as well, because the temperature ranges from uncomfortably warm to cool enough to require a sweatshirt, with no correlation to the temperature outside.

All that aside, go for the beer, not the food. As other reviewers have noted, the pizza slices don't come in any size but gargantuan--way more food than I actually want--and if you add a couple of toppings, a slice will run you 8 bucks or more. I don't want to spend $8 on any pizza slice, but especially not the mediocre slices they have here: the sauce is fairly bland and there's something strange about the dough. The salads are pretty good--I've never had one with veggies that weren't fresh-- but also huge.

The beer selection is one of the very best in town, and Angie (the Aussie) is one of the most knowledgeable tap-people around (plus she's really friendly and outgoing). If you're not sure what to order, tell her what you like; she'll make some suggestions and bring you some tastes.

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Posted by SEA on 09/16/2010 at 2:38 PM

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