Old Town Pizza
- General Info:
- Old Town Pizza is a dining facility that provides a range of food services. Its menu includes pizzas, salads, sandwiches, chicken tenders, meatballs, fajitas and mozzarella sticks. The restaurant also offers spaghetti, garlic toast, stuffed cheese shells, breadsticks and hot wings. Old Town Pizza provides varieties of beer and organizes private parties. Old Town Pizza offers online reservation solutions and discount options. In addition, it hosts birthday parties, anniversaries and special events. The restaurant serves several gluten-free products that include vegetables, as well as meat and cheese items. Old Town Pizza also provides desserts, including ice-cream products and brownies.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (503) 223-8117
Fax Number: (503) 223-8117
Fax: (503) 223-8117
- Payment method:
- visa, mastercard, amex
- Neighbors West-Northwest, Old Town Chinatown
Old Town Pizza & Brewing
- Pizza, Caterers, Family Style Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, Pizza
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
09/03/2010Provided by Citysearch -
If you find yourself in the mood for a great pizza, don't even consider this place. Of course if your standards are low (never had pizza before) and you don't mind being
surrounded by a somewhat unkempt and indifferent staff
(I know tats are' in' but, really?) then this is the place for you. If you want a mouthwatering gourmet pizza, rush to Pizzicato. If you want a stellar authentic pie then run, don't walk to Ken's Artisan.
02/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I've been going to Old Town Pizza since I was a kid... and it's still a great place for Pizza! We always order it fresh, never by the slice. You can have it rolled-out so the crust is thin, since the pies are made traditionally with a thicker crust. The toppings are always really fresh tasting, never dried-out. They have a nice big wooden bar and two levels of seating. We like the balcony with the couches/ benches and massive antique tables. Some of the seating around is uncomfortable, just make sure you get some cushy seats. You really can't go wrong with this place! They also have a great Pizza delivery service by old bicycle!
09/15/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I've had decent pizza here before when ordering a complete pizza. It's not the best I've had, but certainly not terrible, either. The atmosphere of the place is nice, especially at night.
What IS terrible is the couple of times I've dropped by during lunchtime to have a slice or two, which has been dry and cardboard-like. Do yourself a favor and avoid their pizza by the slice, unless you know it has just been cooked.
04/03/2009Provided by Citysearch -
The reviews on this place are clearly mixed, but we had a discount coupon and gave it a try. The place has ""atmosphere"", to be sure, but the food was disappointing. Arrived on a Friday evening to find they were out of caesar salad, out of root beer (!), and a 40 minute wait for pizza. Ordering is confusing - stand in line to order, then take a playing card and head for the bar, where you order drinks and pay for the lot. Then compete for a table to open up. Tables are cramped with little leg room. Seats are quaint, but uncomfortable.
Ordered a salad and veggie pizza. Salad arrived reasonably promptly, but very uninspired. Pizza arrived much later, not horrible but not that good (definitely better than Dominos, worse than many). Service OK but busy and stressed.
Parking is a big problem, as noted elsewhere. The facility may be historic, but it is also run down. I don't think they have invested in it in decades.
Overall, an unremarkable experience. They have better pizza in the freezer case at Safeway. If you go, go for the ""atmosphere"", but not for the food!
08/15/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I've only gone for the happy hour ($2 wells and $1 slices of cheese or pepperoni) its a cool building and I have no problem with the staff. The pizza is not the greatest but well worth a dollar (the non happy hour pizza might be better?). This is a great place to start the night and pound down some cheap drinks and a couple of slices.
08/12/2008Provided by Citysearch -
What a horrible experience. This isn't my first time eating at Old town pizza in downtown. I have ate one other time and I ordered the same thing... their spaghetti plate. Horrible. First time I had it, the meatballs were burnt and the pasta was nearly dried up. At least this past visit the meatballs weren't burnt. But this time the pasta was dried up and the sauce was too. Oh wait, what am I talking about... there wasn't any sauce! And the bread sticks were just as bad. I guess I can't talk bad about the salad that was served before the meal. But, come on, can someone really screw up a dinner salad. So, I think this will finally be the last time I eat there. I can't forget to tell you about the wait. We waited for nearly 35 minutes. 35 minutes after our salads were done! There wasn't hardy customers in the place. WTF! Damn, I wish I would have taken taken back the tip I left.