Best pizza around town.
christopher.aquilino3/20/21, 2:05 a.m.
Note: I ordered a slice not a fresh whole pizza. On a whim, I decided to get a slice here after devouring a small pizza at Baci’s after a 11 hour fast, because it’s only a few minutes away: It did not compare that well. The 2-3 minutes they took to warm the slice probably wasn’t enough, but even then, it was a bland, average slice. More cheese then sauce, not particularly greasy, crust was decent, can’t tell you what the sauce tasted like, wasn’t enough on it that I could tell you how it tasted, nor the cheese either. I would’ve enjoyed it more with garlic and oregano shaken on top. I was disappointed. Anyway, just a preliminary score, as is, but I can’t see giving the pizza more than a low 7 at most on my scale. Or a high 5 or low 6 on the bottom range of my scale. Maybe will come back but this was average.
mr.mozzerella11/2/20, 6:02 p.m.
Served Luke warm in 1-2 minutes, this makes it impossible to give a solid review because everything was bland due to the lack of heat. The undercarriage has a solid “tri-village” crisp and a tiny flop. The sauce is good but not much of a tang. The mozzarella is ok (can’t really tell since it was so cold) I can only imagine how good this would be if it were hot. What a shame! •Review Note• I was very excited to try this place and I really wanted to like it. There was zero other people in the shop and there were two workers at the time I ordered. So I’m not sure why they rushed the cooking time. I review the slices as they are presented, the score will reflect the total experience not just the slice.
the pizza.snob12/3/19, 5:52 p.m.
Avellino’s. Another one of the “Tri-Village” pizza spots. They got it right. Crust is very crisp and tasty. Cheese had a bit of oil but it was ok. I did a light pat and enjoyed the flavor. Sauce was very good as well. If you’re in the Tri-village definitely give them a try! Very good pizza.
shawn.haight3/3/19, 6:10 p.m.
Very good pizza, one of the best in the area. Good sauce, great crust.