Delicious food, great pizza, and authentic Sicilian pizza , too. Great small town atmosphere with frequent train crossings adding to the fun. Don't miss the park down the street and charming homes in the surrounding area.
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We ate there on 9/15/17 for lunch. My daughter had eaten there before and raved about the garlic knots. They were underdone and as a result the dough was raw. I ordered and all cheese calzone. It was huge and when I cut into it...More
Unfortunately, I can't say that I've tried their pizza or stromboli or calzones or any of that (yet), but I had the Veal Siciliano and it greatly satisfied that nght's hunger. It didn't seem to take too long preparing and everything went pretty well together....More
I loved this meal. I met a friend here for her birthday dinner (she picked the restaurant), and it was delicious. I had the chicken parm, sampled a slice of cheese pizza, and then had a sample of the chicken picatta. I am so surprised...More
Took my husband here for lunch for his birthday. It has been years since we have eaten here; haven't done so since we have gone gluten free. We were so happy to find out that they now have gluten free pizza! When we arrived, we...More
Came on Sunday afternoon. It seemed like folks were staying away in droves. Only about four tables were occupied. The place was dimly lit and felt grungy. I tried one of the most expensive items, veal parm. It came looking good, but as I cut...More
I stopped here for lunch. No one greeted me upon entering. None the less I seated myself. The bartender, saw I had seated myself & offered a menu. He was nice. I ordered shrimp parmigiana. Unfortunately the parmigiana didn't make the cut. Shrimp was battered...More
A great place to eat. My wife pronounced the canolis "excellent", which is high praise from her. We'll definitely be back.
We went to Norcross to look at the Christmas lights and dropped into Paizanos for a bite to eat. Good selection of Italian dishes. The decor is simple. The food is good, a little pricier that I remember from the last visit. Surprisingly not crowded...More