Pizza is a family affair for me. My Uncle Angelo arrived in America in the 1930s with a passion for pizza. He worked hard and eventually bought his ... More
Pietro's Coal Oven Pizza - Walnut Street
Pizza is a family affair for me. My Uncle Angelo arrived in America in the 1930s with a passion for pizza. He worked hard and eventually bought his own pizzeria in Brooklyn. It was there that Uncle Angelo invented a recipe for coal oven pizza. That recipe has been perfected over 60 years and passed down through the generations. My brothers and cousins in New York know the recipe. Diners at Patsy's, Nick's and Angelo's have enjoyed their pizzas, pastas and salads for years. Here in Philadelphia and New Jersey, you can feast on my Uncle Angelo's secret recipe dishes at our three Pietro's locations: 1714 Walnut Street, 121 South Street in Philadelphia and 140 W. Route 70 in New Jersey. I hope that you enjoy our classic style pizzas and pasta specialties alla familia for many years to come. Buon appetito
My first impressions of Pietro's Coal Oven Pizza was a crowded, and most likely overpriced restaurant. I also noticed how dim it was inside, it was very dark and hard to see. I did not seem to like it very much. When my family and I finally got a table, I had to sit on the end of the table because it was only a four-person table. This really bothered me because every time someone needed to pass, I had to shift my self completely in and it was very uncomfortable. My family and I ordered a salad and 2 pies. Although it did take way longer than we expected for the food to come, it was surprisingly pretty good. Overall Pietro's was not as good as I expected. It was way too overpriced and too crowded.
Was looking for a nice relaxed place to eat out with my boyfriend and we definitely hit the jackpot with this place. Waiter was attentive yet not at all intrusive. The place was packed but the service was still quick and friendly. Had an awesome pasta dish that I could have eaten every day for the rest of my life. We had a great time here!
yummy italian pizza me and all my friend go to 76ers gmaes and right before we go we eat at this place the first time i came and i silled a drink and this
one chinese ladie said it's ok chidren make mistakes to all i could do was laugh
and now all my friend a school literally laughed for 20 minutes when i told them
The pizza, pasta and salads at Pietro's are all amazing. I usually ordered a white pizza with fresh tomato and goat cheese, and it is hands down my favorite pizza I've ever had. The HUGE salads are also delicious--especially the one with capers, roasted veggies and fresh mozzarella. I always bring out-of-town visitors here, and I've never heard a bad word about the place. Especially for Rittenhouse, the atmosphere is down-to-earth and the value good. I HIGHLY recommend this restaurant!
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