The pizza is great! Butternut Pizza was my favorite. The salads are also really good. Restaurant itself is a bit small but is a great addition to James/Johns Island. We've been back 4 times.
I have to say Andolinis is a safe bet for NY style pizza. The only problem is that each location the pizza seems different. The downtown location is always the best for me it's just not the easiest place to get to.
We order Park Pizza about 1-2x a month. We would order it more if we weren't trying to watch our spending. That being said, when the pizza arrives to our front door (they deliver to Hanahan folks!) we are always thrilled with the results. My husband always has the same thing every time. He throws together a pizza with jalapenos and bbq pork that he swears is phenom. I usually go with the pizza of the month which never fails to disappoint. The combos there are so good that I rarely go to the regular menu pizzas but when I do, again I am pleased with the variety and flavor combos that most other pizza joints would shy away from. I will say that the Partridge in a Pear Tree (Cheddar, Mozzerlla, Chicken Sausage, Pear Preserves, Sauteed Onions, Dates...sounds crazy, right..crazy good is more like it!) from December's Pizza of the Month is my all-time fave and I cry on Jan 1st not because another year has passed but because I can no longer get that pizza. ( I tried...they don't have the stuff anymore.) In any event, when ordering keep an open mind and branch out from the pepperoni and transcend into Thai , Indian, Crawford or even She-Crab when ordering pizza. You'll be pleasantly surprised and back for more.
Okay, so I don't know pizza like a lot of people on here. I've prob never really turned down any style or make of pizza when offered. but....dang.
This Place is awesome. Give it a try!
So far I've tried a lot of menu items before i thought to write review and not a bad word to say in the bunch.
I think the super philly is right up with the best you can get around town. I'm a big fan of the competitor in summerville..but that is a bit far of a drive for me on a regular basis.
This is a lot closer to almost anywhere in town and yummy.
Oh and definitely try a slice of the Coconut Cake if at all possible!
Better than average pizza, pricey beer ... Not five stars but a good four on their better days.
This is the one! The crust is perfect for folding and flipping. The sauce is extraordinary and the toppings are generous. New York style personified. Only four stars because the place is filthy.
Sorry, Jaxx. I've lived in NYC. Still like Andolini's.
Andolini's puts out a good pizza. Although a little pricey, it is some of the best in Charleston. You can't miss with a whole pizza and the lunch deals are too good to pass up.
Monza has the ultimate Caesar Salad. It really proves that amazing ingredients are the key to amazing food. I love their pizzas, love their salads, and during the winter get their bread pudding. IT IS AMAZING. I loved it so much I begged the chef to give me their recipe and she did. i love monza...sometimes their staff does have some attitude but whatever I just sass them back. Luckily I love their food or else I probably wouldnt go back after some of the experiences I have had with 2 of their waitresses
O, EVO, let me count the ways!
Pros: Fresh ingredients straight from the farm to your plate. Salads are delicious, Pizza crust is cooked to perfection, toppings make everything come together. Staff are friendly and attentive. Location is clean and bright.
Cons: Wish you were open more often and a tad bit cheaper.
A must for anyone...Will return and recommend to friends.
I always enjoyed Norm's Pizza. A cool little neighborhood spot with a nice laid-back vibe. I too was disappointed when I found out they were shutting down. I'm excited that they are back and with a liquor license, eating a big norms pizza is just not the same without a nice pitcher of beer.
The popular Thursday night pizza special is back but different with the new ownership. Instead of half off any large pizza with limited hours its now $7.99 for a one-topping large all day long.
If you want pizza in Mt. P, look no further. Their pasta, dessert, calzones, baked sandwiches also are terrific. My previous review stands, now with star power!
Best Bianco slice I've ever had. The Margherita slice was pretty good also. Paid about $11 for two slices and a drink.
The pizza is better than EVO but I find myself going across the street because they dont serve beer
I remember eating at Mellow Mushroom on my lunch break on a weekly basis in Atlanta. They were never so “upscale” so I really miss just calling in to pick up a calzone or a house salad. I miss the simplicity and the ease of getting good food. However, I guess if you put something downtown it has to have some type of “Down Town Charleston Charm”. The food is top notch, however.
My family has really enjoyed the new addition to Daniel island. I will have to say my favorite is the white bean soup. The pizza is loaded with all fresh ingredients and a perfect, crispy crust. We sat up at the pizza bar and had a nice time watching all of the action in the kitchen.
Ordered this pizza for the first time last night and it was great...fast delivery too.
forgot the rating- great!!
Certainly some room for improvement, but overall very good. Service was very slow, too slow for Blackbaud Employees who have short lunch breaks, but hopefully those kinks are being worked out. Simple, solid menu with just enough variety. Pizza had a perfect crust with a great san marzano sauce, but a bit too much mozzarella in my opinion. The goat cheese and beet salad was spot on and perfectly balanced. Prices are relatively small, as are the portion sizes...a good match in my opinion.
Excellent gyros and pizza. Extremely nice staff. Would have given it a 5, but the cleanliness of the place isn't the best
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