About this Business
- Pizza, Italian, Pasta, American
It is too
Bad that the restaurant is closing.
Excellent. Will go back for sure
Thanks for taking such good care of us even though we arrived just before closing time!
our dinner last night was really enjoyable - very attentive server (I don't know her name, but she was wonderful). We have been several times in the past and have suffered from slow service and long wait times for our meal to come, but last night was completely smooth, everything was hot and delicious and our server made it an easy and enjoyable evening (even with a 3-year old!)
Love your food. Tried on a groupon but been there 2x in one week. Really good everything. Thanks!
Great pizza! Italian style, thin crisp crust, italian toppings. Delicious!
It was delicious and service was great!!!
It was a great meal and experience. The food was absolutely phenomenal and portions were good. The only critique I would give is that one of our party got the arrabiatta spaghetti (tasted delicious) and it seemed a rather small portion. Otherwise, the other entrees and food was perfectly portioned and absolutely delicious. Service was excellent. We will DEFINITELY return.
Great and friendly staff! Great food ; will def be back to eat more. Glad we experienced this place
Terrible food under cooked and supper salty.
Very small, table are elbow to elbow. It took over an hour to get our food.
Restrooms are nasty!!!! Waste of time and money.
From Our Editors
As you look around the room at Pizzeria di Olinto, it's not uncommon to see people sharing bottles of wine and laughs over feasts of fresh Mediterranean salads, pastas, and pizzas. As some diners twirl their forks into plates of creamy carbonara and zesty pasta arrabbiata, others sample bites of olives, artichokes, cheese, and charcuterie from the chef's board. The flavors here don't just rely on tradition, either—everything is made fresh, from the salad dressings to the desserts and the magic spells used to walk it all onto each plate.
But the pizzas are perhaps the centerpiece of the menu. Each one is made in the Neapolitan-style oven by a pizzaolio trained by General Manager Terri, a member of the tradition-upholding Associazione Vera Pizza Napoletana. To make each original composition, the chefs crown it in mozzarella and imported San Marzano tomatoes before adding toppings such as fennel sausage and baking it to a crisp in a wood-fired oven.
Pizzeria di Olinto