2809 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30305
Parking: Private, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
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Fellini's Pizza-Buckhead is the best place for lunch. The pizza's are amazing I had tried most them. Hawaiian pizza is my favorite but the Sicilian slice of white pizza is also good. The price range is very affordable. The environment is very friendly had a great experience you should also try this place!!!
Pretty inexpensive and standrd pizza fare. Buying by the slice is great and easy with the kids. Excellent selection of draft beer.
Parking is a little rough and the intersection can be very congested.
Get your food to go and go sit in the park about a 1/2 block away.
08/14/2010Provided by Citysearch -
This is the WORST pizza in town, unless you like cardboard. I've had better pizza out of the freezer.
Yeah, the patio and location might be fun and ""COOL"" as the reviews keep repeating on here over and over. I simply do not believe these reviews, personally I think a lot of them are written by the staff (disclaimer: which I can not prove either way). The reviews keep saying ""it's TOO COOL,"" ""So simple and delicious,"" ""too perfect."" Most of them sound the same.
This pizza is not that good, in fact, the worst I have had in Atlanta.
07/26/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My father and I would frequent this place when I was in my early teens growing up (that was before this location was built). I come here on the weekends late at night, and what a coincidence, the food is still good and I don't think they have ever missed a beat, they are one of Atlanta's many institutions of good eating and I hate to say it, but I must have visited the wrong pizza place when I was in NY because I've had better at this place. I usually get a veggie slice (or 2) and a house salad with anchovies which can fill you up (one slice can do the trick). The only other place to rival Fellinis is OZ Pizza in East Point.
And you are lucky if you get a parking space, it can be a challenge during peak hours.
06/06/2010Provided by Citysearch -
We visited Fellini's when on vacation this passed Memorial Day weekend (2010). What made us try it was because we seen so many of them so we knew they had to be great. We ordered the pepperoni, sausage, and extra cheese and it was so delicious. I would recommend any pizza lover to try them!!!
11/11/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Once a week I drive past a Fellini's (sorry guys at Roswell & Weiuca - who are also nice) to get to this one!
The atmosphere is fun, music upbeat but not blasting (good for conversation) and the PIZZA is GRRREAT!
Staff is friendly (even though they are usually very busy!) Lindsey, Brooke, Brittany & Danny are just some of the great servers......and a shout out to the guys making the pies too - good work!
10/12/2008Provided by Citysearch -
It was the end of a very long day and was getting ready to head home but had missed breakfast and lunch. Only living in Buckhead for a short time i wasnt all that familiar with the area so the limo driver suggested this pizza place. I said sure so we drove by to check it out. It didn't seem all that busy so we parked around back and went in. Wasn't sure what to order so the cashier suggested the ""special"". Given i was so tired and the place was kinda empty, we just decided to eat there. As someone who loves pizza, i must say it was great!!! Sitting there in the late afternoon having a beer and pizza watching the rain come down, chilling out and listening to the music was a nice end to my hectic day. I can't say how the service or atmosphere would be when they're busy but on this particular lazy rainy day, everything was just perfect. Can't way to go back again ...
09/20/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I recently moved to Atlanta and every time we drove by Fellini's we saw throngs of people eating and/or waiting to eat. Intrigued we finally had a chance to go last night and we were horribly disappointed.
The pizza was pretty tasteless (we ordered a vegetarian) and the dough, even though it was a thin-crust, was undercooked to the point of being chewy. I wouldn't call us picky eaters, but this stuff wasn't even palatable. The waitstaff was kind enough to put our pie back in the oven until it was truly done, but by then we were so under-impressed it didn't really get any better.
I can say that their ingredients did, in fact, appear to be fresh, but the pizza itself was way overrated. The atmosphere is fun, so I'm guessing that's why it gets so many high reviews.