About this Business
- Pizza, Sandwiches
Really delicious thin crust pizza!!!
I was truly thankful that I used a Groupon 1/2 price coupon. It was perhaps the most awful dining in experience I ever had. Previously, I have had Mangia Pizza from the Canton store which I loved and even once ate in and the staff, as well as pizza was great. The Sharon store was clean, but the help was another thing. I would never go back and was embarrased to have invited a friend out for pizza. They will not be lasting long in Sharon with that kind of staff.
Got extra cheese on a large pizza for an extra 2.50 and my pizza barely had enough cheese on it for a regular pizza. This is supposed to be a high end pizza place but when u order a salad they give u a packet of kens dressing I just expected more for a 10 chicken salad.
Loved the pizza! The thin crust is amazing!!
The groupon indicated "1 per table", however there were no tables in there. It was purely takeout and that was not noted on the groupon. The service was so slow. Too many people in the cooking area not properly dressed or wearing gloves. I saw one employee take a few french fries and eat them. Those fries were being cooked for us. I thought it was a disgusting place and I would not return. Our two cheese pizzas came out at different times. In between our two pizzas was a pizza marked "Staff". Very unprofessional. It shouldn't have taken 40 minutes for two cheese pizzas. Girls were answering the phone and then going over and cutting pizza in a box, without wearing gloves.
Have eaten there twice, once using the Groupon. The wait time for a phone order is always exceedingly long. They quoted 45 minutes and 1 hour and both times my order was incomplete and I had to have pizza under the warmer while waiting an additional 10-15 minutes for them to complete the rest of my order that was 'forgotten'. Too much hassle for pizza, subs, pasta when there are other pizza places in town without such issues. The first time I chalked it up to growing pains as they just opened, but a few months later and nothing has improved. Disappointing.
I was very pleased with this restaurant. I had read bad reviews about the Norton location and was worried. But the food was great, salad and pizzas. The services was great, very friendly and quick. Place is geared more towards takeout, but that was fine. Definitely recommend it.
The food was ok. The pizza by the slices, did not look fresh at all. I don't think its sanitary to do renovations around food. Major turn off to go to a place that was really smokey because its so small and have tool boxes sitting around.
I loved the pizza, and bought multiple pizzas to try. I also invited friends, so Mangia has just increased their customer count by 3 by having that Groupon. The pizza was fantastic and I will definitely be back!
From Our Editors
Steve Fenerjian opened the first Mangia Neapolitan Pizza in Brookline in 2003, setting his business apart from other pie shops through his use of healthy bleach-free whole wheat and wholesome locally-sourced organic veggies. The Mangia empire has expanded considerable since then, but their approach to pizza remains the same. At each pizzeria, chefs select flour milled to exact specifications, and sprinkle the resulting dough with traditional toppings including sweetener-free tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, chopped clams, eggplant, basil, pesto, and prosciutto. Then, they cook Mangia's celebrated pizzas in the traditional Neapolitan way⎯roasting each pie a sizzling stone that leaves crusts crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. These expertly fashioned New Haven-style pizzas pair well with the pizzeria’s other offerings, which range from hearty roll-ups and deli sandwiches to sauce-covered chicken wings.
Mangia Neapolitan Pizza