Adriatico's New York Style Pizza
- BBB Rating:
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (614) 421-1043
- Payment method:
- cash, check, all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
- Weinland Park, University District, South Campus
Adriatico's NY Style Pizza
- Pizza, Delicatessens, American Restaurants, Italian Restaurants, Caterers, Take Out Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Cuisines: Deli, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza, Omelets
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
08/26/2011Provided by Citysearch -
My project group was having a milestone celebration and the group wanted pizza from Adriatico's. We ordered three Buckeye Pizzas with Scilian crust. (for those not in the know, the pizzas are huge and take an hour to cook) Needless to say the group loved the pizzas and no one left hungry.
Adriatco's started their operations early to accommodate our order for takeout and delivered on time.This is truly customer service at its finest. KUDOs to Adriatco's staff.
06/28/2011Provided by Citysearch -
This might be a biased review because I really love pizza ^_^, but then here's my side... I visited a friend in a nearby dorm a year ago and we made a stop there (yeah, she knows my affection with pizzas) I would say that they have superb service and quite excellent crispy pizza! not to mention their place are very near to drop by or just have a nice chat with a friend. My personal favorite is the Inflation Fighter and have to say I also enjoy their Chef Salad, and didn't mind for additional fee when I asked for more honey dijon mustard ^_^.. thumbs up!
07/16/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I was originally hired as a delivery driver in Fall of 1987 when I transfered to Ohio State from University of Cincinnati. There was an Adriaticos at UC also, and I think that is where the 1st restaurant was started, Jefferson Ave. The manager of Adriaticos in Columbs was a delivery driver at the Adriaticos in Cincinnati, Bill Davidson. I knew hm at UC and we partied together. When I transfered to Ohio State, I went in to get a job, and who should I see when I went in to apply but Bill Davidson! He immediately gave me a job as a driver. Bill eventually left and a few more managers came and went. One day the owner, Greg Fortney came in for what I think was a suprise visit to inspect the restaurant in Columbus. He fired the manager and asked me if I would like to become the new manager. I said, sure!
It was at the end of the school year around June 1988. There was not a lot of business at the time because the students were all gone. There were only about 2 other employes, so I hired my best friend at the time, Mark Jobe, to be my assistant manager. I eventually hired the whole staff and most of these great people continued to work there for years.
The pizza was always very good and we started branching out into other things like breadsticks and I think we even had spaghetti for a while. It was not a very fancy restaurant, but I knew it was the best pizza I had ever tasted and I knew it would eventually bve discovered for it's great tasting thick crust pizza. I've never found better anywhere.
01/29/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I discovered Adriatico's while working at the Medical Center.... the zoni's are to die for.... I'm not a fan of the campus but I will go there during any game, function or whatever just to get one. It's funny to see others try to copy...lol...they need to stop!