Pepperoni's is Awesome!. Great pizza, great salads, great soups, great pasta and sandwiches and unelievable pepperoni bread and twists. Absolutely, the friendliest and homiest pizza place around. The best managemnet I've ever seen!
Friendly, warm service for a family-friendly Italian spot with prized pizza..
A countertop greets you as you enter, as do pizza boxes in small, medium, and large stacked and ready to go. Grapevines bearing bunches of plump, plum-colored fruit are artfully stenciled around oak-stained window trim. Hardwood floors shine with a dutifully mopped glisten and marble tabletops throw back your reflection.
Children ooh and ahh at the kids' menu while adults pore over the extensive selection traditional and specialty pizzas, pastas and sandwiches. As soon as you think you've made your selection, another appealing option whisks your eye across the menu. Unfortunately, most of the food items seem to be lacking an essential ingredient, in particular, that hint of spice or the richness of a pungent cheese that gives Italian food its aroma and flavor. Although "Charles' Pie" came beautifully topped with hunks of fresh ingredients, including spinach, feta, and juicy tomatoes, something was missing.
A Wonderful Dining Experience. Pepperoni's was definitely a great night out for my family. The service was excellent, always happy to help with whatever I needed. The food was spectacular as well, and the place was clean, and if it's proper, I'd even call it cute! I'd recommend this to anyone!
Spectacular and Marvelous experience. Pepperoni's has the absolute best food and service in the South Hills. I would recommend Pepperoni's to everyone. When my family and I walk into the restaurant we are greeted with a smile and treated like gold!!
the pizza isn't that great. I have eaten at the best pizza places in town. (mineo's, vincent's pizza park) many times and have only ate at pepperoni's once but i don't think the pizza here is in the same league as mineo's or vinent's. The pizza just tasted quite average to me and was nothing special at all, it was also a bit costly, my total was $9.75 or something for a 8 cut peperoni pizza and a drink. The only thing that stood out to me about this place was the service. They seem to have waiters that constantly walk up and down the isle to see if you finshed your food or need anything. These guys kind of made me nervous with all of their pacing and the service seemed to be overdone if that is possible. I would have prefered better tasting pizza over great service.
Maybe a 10 for Pgh.... I'm still pretty new here and haven't been to Sq. Hill for pizza yet, but I imagine a neighborhood like that can do better. I liked Pepperoni's crust, although I'm not generally a big fan of wide, puffy crust edges. I found the sauce salty. I picked up the pizza and by time I got home, much of the topping had slid off, generally an indicator that the pizza wasn't quite done. And what is it with Pgh and eggplant? Other than Bado's does anyplace in So. Hills that offers eggplant as a topping? I'd rate most places on Westchester Ave. in the Bronx or Wooster St. in New Haven or Boston's North End over Pepperoni's or any Pgh. pizza joint I've been to so far -- if Sbarro's can make the top 10, you know you're not in a good pizza city. But for Pgh, Pepperoni's is not bad.
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