- Payment method:
- amex, discover
- Downtown Atlanta, Fairlie-Poplar
Rosa's Pizza - Downtown - Atlanta, GA
- Pizza, Take Out Restaurants, Italian Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Take Out, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Excellent customer service from the entire staff of this business. Always taken care of. Great family atmosphere
03/05/2008Provided by Citysearch -
1 slice of spinach, 1 slice of mushroom, and I am good to go. This is my favorite pizza in the city. I don't eat pork, but tomatoes, onions or even sun dried tomatoes all make for a pleasant pizza eating experience. Even with a crowded lunch line wrapped around the whole store and down the stairs, the ordering process is different , but finely tuned to get you in and out. Next!!! Price is cool, store is old but relatively clean. Rosa's is my spot.
09/24/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Going to Gsu, eating down town in between classes is hard. Growing up in Long Island. I know real pizza. There pizza is good. But, When I see an employee sneeze and not wash his hands and contunue to make pizza. Makes me want to run as fast as I can from this place.
09/07/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I've lived in NYC and Chicago, and never in a million years did I think pizza like this would be found in Atlanta. And boy was I wrong. I had to take my son down to GSU for registration and books, and we stopped into Rosa's. Just perfect. No frills, just a hole-in-the wall near Georgia State. But when we walked in, and smelled the pizza, I knew something good was coming our way. This is the real thing, with real Italian's working behind the counter. Thin crust, great maranara, and too much cheese. Just the way I like it. You do not need toppings, but the Italian Sausage is very good.
08/30/2007Provided by Citysearch -
As a NY transplant and being accused of being a ""Pizza Snob"" I can state without hesitation that Rosa's is the closest thing you will get to NY style pizza here in Atlanta. If you know what makes a good pizza (thin crust, little sauce, lots of cheese and olive oil) then you get it. The only criticism I have with Rosa's is that they need to ""tweak"" the sauce a bit.
05/27/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Couldn't wait to try when I hear all of the reviews of best NY pizza. They are right. Night thin crispy crust a bit of saucce and nicely melted cheese, don;t need toppings. Calzone's good dough and sauce on side; used to more ricotta with the nice hint of mozarella, they reverse it but still good.
If you like the generic non-pizza of Pizza Hut go across the street, if you want excellent pizza go here. Don;t come for the atmosphere it is all about the pizza