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- Roma’s Pizza and Pasta on Franklin offers authentic, fresh, homemade Italian food, in a friendly family style setting. We are most famous for our hand tossed pizza made from fresh dough that is thrown in the air as Tony prepares your pie and piles it high with specialty meats, crisp vegetables and mozzarella cheese. We offer a large variety of pasta dinners are served Italian style with options to please everyone in the family! We also welcome team, office, and family parties, so please consider us for your next special event.
- Business History
- The Guerrera family immigrated to the US in the late 60’s from Carlantino, Italy, a small town bordering Roma, Italy. They were eager to bring traditional dishes to the Sacramento area. They opened the first family restaurant in Vallejo, CA in 1968. In 1973, the Guerrera family opened Roma’s Pizzeria on Franklin Blvd in Sacramento, CA. Tony literally grew up in the restaurant, playing and later working to help with the family business. In 1981 the Guerrera’s opened Roma #2 on Folsom Blvd and continued to teach their children (Tony, Mario and Claudia) the fine secrets of Italian cooking and work ethics of the Old World. In 1994 Tony and his wife Christina opened Roma’s III in Folsom, CA. They worked hard to establish a positive reputation in the growing area and continue to enjoy the friendships they made along the way. After 16 years in Folsom, they moved the restaurant to Carmichael. Roma’s Pizza and Pasta is located on Fair Oaks Blvd.
- Lunch - Dinner - Drinks - and Catering.
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- South City Farms, Southeastern Sacramento
- Family Style Restaurants, Pizza, Italian Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Restaurants
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Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
I hate to do this but this Romas has gone down from its past. service and attitude are just pathetic. The pizza crust has suffered too. Not sure what's going on in here but it has changed for the worst. A price increase and quality decrease don't make for a great experience.
Posted: 4/16/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Ive lived near romas pizzeria for over 15 years. my parents introduced it to me when i was about 7 or at least from the time i can remember.. im 22 now and still cant get enough of the combo or Hawaiian pizza.... no doubt about it being the best pizza place in Sacramento.. romas pezzeria II is just as good but much smaller seating.. if you plan to eat out with the family and cant decide kfc or Chinese than for 25 bucks or less you can feed a family of 4-5 and have a great family experience
Posted: 4/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I am a big time pizza fan. For me pizza is one of the basic food groups. And, as far as I'm concerned there is no better pizza in Sacramento than Roma's. I would recommend checking out Roma's if you are looking for extremely tasty, addicting pizza. If, you'd rather have so-so pizza then keep going to those ""name brand"" pizza places.
Posted: 3/17/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I literally grew up on NY pizza. I was born and raised on Long Island. I KNOW pizza.
This is a great little pizza place, almost good enough to make you forget you're in California.... But not quite.
The crust is a little too chewy and slightly thicker than traditional NY pizza. But it's good in it's own right and quite affordable. Their Jukebox has an eclectic mix of music sure to keep everyone happy.
Posted: 4/14/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Being a relative newcomer to Sacramento, I was looking for a good place to get ""real pizza."" When I arrived at Romas Pizzeria, I recalled a pizza place that a friend introduced me to on Long Island in NY. The same sights and smells greet you at the door. Having called in the order, the pizza was ready so I didn't get the opportunity to stay very long. While driving home, the smell was so good that I had to try a slice. This is some goooooood pizza. By the time I got home, I was full, a slice of this pizza is like the old Lays commercial...""you can't eat just one"".
Posted: 1/14/2006Provided by Citysearch -
If you want funky gourmet pizza with pesto sauce and eggplant, dont go here. If you want a hardcore, traditional italian pizza with fresh meat, marinara sauce, and cheese, this is the place for you. We traditionally get olives, mushroom and sausage pizzas. It is far from fancy, but DELICIOUS. Now, my fiance has become a pizza snob. She used to tolerate round table, but now whe cant stand it because of this place, so be careful. Dont take my word for it, give it a try.