Since 1973, this eatery has satisfied local cravings for perfect pies. Order them by the slice or whole, and the Italian treats will be served up (or ... More
Since 1973, this eatery has satisfied local cravings for perfect pies. Order them by the slice or whole, and the Italian treats will be served up (or delivered) hot, fresh and flavorful. Stromboli, calzones and lasagna are also local favorites. Beer and wine are served. Much of the business is take-out and delivery, so don't expect much more than a friendly, neighborhood atmosphere. Concentrate on the quality of the food rather than the under-whelming atmosphere; you'll be more than satisfied.
I usually give restaurants the benefit of the doubt, but my wife and I will never go back to Alpine Pizza. The service was awful. Our server seemed burdened by our presence. When I asked her if they had any dark beer she said Amber Bach. Umm, last time I checked Amber Bach was an AMBER! We ordered an apetizer to eat while we waited for the pizza but the apetizer and the pizza arrived at the same time. She didn't even look at us when she dropped off our food or ask us if we wanted another beer or check on us once during our meal. And the guy who replaced her at the end of her shift was just as cold and uninterested. The pizza was edible but the sauce tasted like it came out of a can. Do youselves a favor, go to Oregano's, Flagstaff Brewing Company or Beaver Street instead.
Alpine is a symbol of Flagstaff's outdoor culture. You can look on the walls to see who has sat down for a pint and a slice. The pizza is simple but excellent. They also have a great covered patio to people watch.
The service is most gratifying and the atmosphere there is laid back, and suits me. The pizza is very tasty, even when you get one slice, you get your money's worth. The slices are huge!!!
The wings are alright, not the best, but up there. I like to carve things in the wall, that's me.
You will probably see me there every Friday. Go there, have some fun, eat some pizza...
It's like pizza you would get at a bowling alley. The crust is pale and flacid, very much like frozen pizza. I thought it would be good becuse it was always busy, it turns out it's always full of tourists from England, And they really don't know what good pizza is. So unless you like bland pizza with bad crust, don't bother. Plus it's silly overpriced. They also do wings....worse than the pizza!
I would like to say that I'm pretty good at saying what's good pizza, and I like this pizza. I'm not a huge fan of thin crust, but it is really good. Usually pretty quiet in there and there is outside seating. It's downtown. Can play pool and has tv.
Alpine has amazing pizza but that's not the only reason it's a must-hit if in the area. Beers in frosted mason jars, walls with messages carved from decades of college students, and the great thin-crust pizza. If you don't like it, you're probably a Pizza Hut regular.
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