After reading some positive and negative reviews posted in the first six months of 2008 I want to add my bit.
I have been to all three Falcone's restaurants. Each was a positive experience. My first visit was to the May Ave location and gave me a bit of sticker shock after spending ~ $40 for two large (extra large?) multiple topping pizzas. It was great!
Now, I have been to Bricktown three times and Edmond once (should have gone yesterday while in Edmond running errands). I am in a wheelchair and need assistance getting the food and drink to my table. _EACH_ visit I have received great service from the employees. They brought me what I needed, checked on me during the visit to make sure I did not need anything else and did so with a smile.
I've recommended Falcone's to several people who told me they liked NY / thin style pizza. So far as I can tell it's the best NY style in the OKC area. Used to enjoy J-Town in Jones before it closed. I'll be going back to Falcone’s soon.
BTW the deli items are good, too.
I was excited to try this out as I miss NY style pizza. I went to the May location. The cashier was nice but didn't give me any napkins or tell me where to get my drink, just kind of handed it to me and that was it.
The pizza was lukewarm and super greasy. I actually felt sick the rest of the afternoon. One of the employees farted loudly at the counter, and I heard a lot of F-bombs dropped as well by the other behind the counter staff. Not my idea of good food or good service either.
I can't understand the inconsistency of the food and the service. Perhaps it is best to choose something made to order versus buying by the slice. I just know I won't be back.
My family and I have eaten at Falcone's in Edmond several times now. Being from the East Coast as well, I thought the pizza was fabulous. I also thought the Canoli's were the first real thing I have had in the thirteen years I have lived here! We now go there every week and bring different friends with us every time we go. So far, they have all loved it and have gone back on their own. As for customer service, we have had some really good experiences! I was suggested to try their ricotta cheese after mentioning I was making my own lasagna and I ended up buying a couple pounds to use. The lasagna's I made with their ricotta cheese were the best lasagna's our family has ever had! My only negative thing to say was that the girl at the register every time seemed to be clueless. Looking forward to more good food!
I love falcones, sometimes its slow, and sometimes the service isn't the best...but the food is wonderful. So, to whoever this Danny is....work on the people skills, put some more effort into training employees, and GOOD FOR YOU FOR GIVING PEOPLE 2ND CHANCES.
I called a to go order in today to try this place out. I had heard about it from my son. Having never been there before, I asked if they had spaghetti and meat sauce. When I returned to my office to eat, I found it to be simply noodles and maranara sauce, no meat at all. The sauce was ok, but honestly Ragu is just as good. On top of this, there were no napkins in the go bag, no fork, nothing.
I was not impressed.
The problem with Falcone's is the employees................They all look like they came from the carnival midway. Tatoos all over their arms, legs, neck, etc...
Falcone's hires people from the halfway house. It's very unappetizing to see these types cooking and handling your food. Sorry......but it's true.
ITS THE BEST PIZZA AROUND.BEEN TO EDMOND SEVERAL TIMES.YES,ITS CROWDED AT NIGHT,BUT THE FOOD IS GREAT.I GO TO 2BRO'S BUT THEY'VE GOTTEN SO HIGH PRICED,I WAS LOOKIN FOR BETTER PRICES,FOUND FALCONE'S.IT WORTH THE DRIVE
WOW! I just had Falcone's pizza for the first time at the new Edmond location and never new pizza could pack that much flavor. The chain pizza places must really skimp on the quality of their cheese and sauce. I had eaten at the place around the corner from Falcones called Gaetanos several times and had been told it was authentic NY pizza, but it doesn't compare to Falcone's version of NY pizza at all. Sad to see that the previous few reveiwers had such a bad opinion of such a good pizzeria, hopefully they just experienced the growing pains of a newly opened location for Falcone's because I'd hate to see Falcone's ever leave Edmond. And by the way, I love the sign hanging inside of Falcone's refusing service to the Edmond city counsel members who told them they couldn't put an Italian flag on there awning, and the lady named on the sign who was interviewed on the local news and claimed Falcone's owner was trying to hard to act like a Sopranos or Godfather character needs to grow up and stop digging the hole she has created for herself even deeper. Every Italian I've ever met has a great degree of pride in their heritage and it doesn't come as any surprise to me that an Italian would choose to refuse service to someone who refuses to allow them to display their heritage on the business they surely worked so hard to build.
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