At first you may think 9.2, no way. But yes, a 9.2 sums up this fresh handcrafted za. A bed of basil lies on top a crispy thin crust and finishes with a fluffy pillow on your pallet. May be the best pizza I’ve ever had in Milwaukee period
salukijoe143/16/20, 8:01 p.m.
Good pizza, better service, cool little spot. You guys gotta check this place out if you hit Milwaukee, 5th Ward, harbor district, go grab a beer and check them out!
bill.crouch2/25/20, 6:58 p.m.
Great crust and toppings. Needs a touch more sauce. Get a red sauce pizza not the garlic stuff.
mark.pratten10/14/19, 12:45 a.m.
Crust was a touch too crispy for my taste, but overall a very good pie.
c.k.pizza7/18/19, 7:57 p.m.
Didn't get a picture but pretty solid slice. Little flop, little grease. Very light, cripsy crust. Solid sauce taste. Could've used more cheese and sauce. Eat while hot; drops into the 5s when cooled.
levi.vial6/20/19, 10:20 p.m.
The garlic Chicken & mushroom was cooked just fine, however the chicken was flavorless and dry. Could've used more sauce. The service was excellent.
jvoter1/20/19, 12:59 a.m.
The Paisano - Transfer’s most popular pizza. The crunch of the crust is excellent, probably the most redeeming quality of the pizza. The cold chopped tomatoes hurt the pizza a little. Not enough sauce. Avoid the coconut porter at all costs.
jackson.mueller1/14/19, 1:56 a.m.
Very solid slice, not a lot of flop or grease, nice tang to the sauce. Quiet little place with a perfect mix of old and new school. Definitely recommend
luke.burris11/29/18, 11:49 p.m.
A wise man once said: never spend more than $20 on a pizza you cannot make yourself. Broke that rule for a $22 large chicken and potato pizza. Really very good. Not too thick but has a good first bite. Love the crust. Would be a very solid pizza with family