All time favorite pizza! A Pleasanton must. The old-fashioned, cozy atmosphere adds to the experience.
Gay 90's Pizza
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- History: Now occupied by the Gay 90's Pizza Company, this 1864 building was one of the first commercial buildings in town. It originally housed a general store, bar and Wells Fargo stagecoach stop. The upper floor housed a brothel for many years, and some Pleasanton residents have reported seeing a full-figured ghost lady in the front second story window. Chinese laborers constructed a connection to the town's underground tunnels. Welcome: We hope you enjoy your visit here at the Gay Nineties web site. Feel free to roam around and learn more about what we have to offer. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. At Gay Nineties, we make great tasting pizzas from scratch and are famous for our sour dough specialty pizzas. We have won Best Pizza from the Tri-Valley Herald since 1997! We are also a National Restaurant Association award winner. For a complete dining experience, don't hesitate to consider us, Gay Nineties. Reservations: Reservations are availabl e every day for lunch and Monday-Thursday for dinner. Reservations and orders can be made seven days a week during operation hours.
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- Hand-Tossed Pizza; Catering & Take Out Available; Full Service Restaurant; Reservations Available; Open 7 Days
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- Other Information:
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Bike Parking: Yes
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
5 star and then some best pizza in an awesome location. The place has been there forever and the food is great. The beer is xtra cold and sit outside of you can.
Worst service ever!spent $158. The watress sucked ignored us whole time.she spilled coke on my leg.didnt get our order right had to tell her 2 times to get a salad.and didn't refill our coke till 2 hours later only to have it spilled on me.never go there again!avoid the braizian watress.i want my money back.
We were just back after seeing the Darlingside at the Firehouse Arts Center...best service, we were really, really late and were served the best pizza, wayne'sworld and the service was fantastic. Staff treated us like welcomed family. Worth the drive from Fremont if I want a pizza.
06/12/2002Provided by Citysearch -
This place is just a few blocks walk for my wife and I, and we are huge fans. Their pizza has a medium-thick crust, a very tasty sauce, and a good selection of fresh toppings. They also have a large selection of beers on tap, from the traditional Coors Light to Anchor Steam and local microbrews. They have your run-of-the-mill pizzeria salads with the ol' iceberg lettuce, pepercinis, some rubbery tomatoes, and some limp cucumber slices.
But, we come for the pizza and beer!! Nevermind the rest of the items. Also, the atmosphere is the quintessential pizzeria feeling. The inside has all kinds of memorabilia on the walls, red & white checkered table cloths, etc. The outdoor patio is the place to sit on a warm evening, though. You can enjoy the weather and people watch as you relax with a cold beer and a hot slice.