Year after year, the New York style pizza at Vinnie Van Go Go's is voted best in Savannah. Offered whole or by the slice, the pizza here has a crisp, ... More
Vinnie Van Go Go's
Year after year, the New York style pizza at Vinnie Van Go Go's is voted best in Savannah. Offered whole or by the slice, the pizza here has a crisp, flavorful crust and can be piled high with your choice of fresh toppings. Indoor seating includes a few small tables and a counter with tall stools, but the best place to sit is outside on the patio. Even in colder weather, space heaters warm the outsides of patrons, while pizza warms the insides. Beer and wine available. Cash only.
VERRRRY DISAPPOINTING! They delivered me a $25 doughy mess sparsely covered with any ingredients. Center of the pizza is raw dough and edges are barely cooked. If this is the best pizza in Savannah, I would hate to try the others. Over priced and poor quality.
Mia from New Orleans
The pizza is good and the location is what I believe attracts so many people. It is located on Market Sq and they have bands and all different shops there as well as the carriage rides pick up here to. It is a cash only place. I thought it was overpriced though. You get a medium size cheese pizza for around $12 but then it is an extra $1.50 per topping so if you like supreme it adds up. You can get a beer for $3. They set you outside in rusty lawn chairs and it gets hot in the middle of the summer.
It was worth carrying cash to eat the pizza at Vinnie Van Go-Go's. I even called my buddy in Boston who used to live in Savannah to let him know where I was eating and he wished that he was there beside me.
My fiance and I made a trip to Savannah back in Dec '08 and figured we had to try this place based on the reviews alone! We were not disappointed. A bit intimidated by the long line of people waiting to get in at first, but when our wait was only 15 minutes, we forgot all about it.
We sat outside. The space was very cramped with several small tables but it was still nice though being able to people watch as we waited for our pizza. The wait staff was a bit rude...no smiling allowed I guess, but the food made up for it. We both ordered single slices that were about the equivalence of a small pizza (at least that's what it felt like after we were done!). They were HUGE, oh so yummy annnnnd our lunch only cost $8. How can ya beat THAT?!
We both definitely recommend a visit and can't wait to go back ourselves.
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