Since 1974, Old Town Pizza has been serving up delicious pies in a warm, retro atmosphere of antiques, velvet sofas and fringed lamps. The pizza ... More
Old Town Pizza
Since 1974, Old Town Pizza has been serving up delicious pies in a warm, retro atmosphere of antiques, velvet sofas and fringed lamps. The pizza prices are still affordable here, with a basic small pizza is large enough to feed one or two people whereas a basic large pizza feeds two or three. More than two dozen toppings are available, as well as pastas and toasted Italian sandwiches. And while you are seated in a corner room, you might get a visit from the resident ghost Nina, who has been wandering around the building since 1880s. A selection of beers and bottles of local wine are available from the full bar. Call about booking the restaurant for group events.
We ate here a few years ago and it was okay. We went back Friday night. The place was busy and we put our name in form a party of 6. There was no one controlling the crowd. Groups of 7, 8 and 11 just walked in and either tromped upstairs or pushed their way in downstairs and began seating themselves. We tried to talk to someone but were either ignored all together or treated like we were really bothering them. The bartender was efficent and friendly but there was nothing he could do. This is Portland. Good food, and good sevice abound all over the place. We left and a bunch of other people left also. I don't mind waiting for a table when it is justified but this was ridiculous. We went down the street and found a great little new place that served the best pizza I ever had. I won't mention the name since it here.
Old Town Pizza ......I don't think we'll see you again...
Brief and to the point (because I just wasted a bunch of time on Yelp which kept logging me off when I tried to post a review... Boo on Yelp!)
We ate upstairs as part of a group of 10 or 12. Service is designed to be minimal (counter and bar ordering) but the little service we did get was still poor. Upstairs is noisy and hot. Food took forever to arrive (well over an hour - we'd been told 30 minutes). Food tasted fine and value for food was fine. Value for overall experience, however, was poor.
Wouldn't go back.
Not good. No wait service. You go up to the counter and order yourself. It would be fine if the prices were cheaper. The prices were high and our large pizza was the size of a usual small. The pizza was nothing special at all. It wasnt bad. It wasnt very good though either. Not anything to go back for except the pretty decoration. I definitely would not recommend it.
E-Gads you haven't gone there yet? By far the best pizza you can get. I love this place. Great old town ambiance. Lots of secluded spots to sit. I make it a point to go there after the museum or something, getting there late afternoon when there isn't any crowd. There beer is super cold. Staff could be friendlier but isn't the worst I've met in Portland. Bathroom is groovy/clean. Parking is OK. This is a favorite of mine and most likely will be one of yours too.
Pizza with turn of the century ambiance!: This is by far the best pizza I've eaten – the crust truly melts in your mouth on the second chew! (Yes, I've eaten NY pizza) This joint was built as an old hotel over 100 years ago. Its nestled in the heart of historic downtown Portland. The history of the building is perfect for those who enjoy paranormal activities - and yes, I even smelled the faint wisp of perfume in the ladies room - but only for a moment and it was gone! Smelled really, really good actually - I'd love to know what the flavor was. Don't forget to go to their site and sign up for the underground tunnels tour - taking you beneath downtown Portland. You'll get a neat little Portland History 101 to boot! We had a great time.
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