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General Info
Fritti Restaurant offers a variety of lunch, breakfast and dinner options. The restaurant s menu include funghi fritti, crocchette di melanzane, bruschetta, bresaola della valtellina, sorrentina, Toscana and Bianca. It offers a selection of red and white wines that include chardonnay, pinot grigio, sauvignon blanc and merlot. Fritti Restaurant also serves pizzas served with san marzano tomatoes and bufala mozzarella. The restaurant is a part of United States Restaurant. Fritti Restaurant is located in Atlanta.

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (404) 880-0462

Phone: (404) 523-6678

Primary Phone: (404) 523-6678

Phone: (214) 748-3647

Fax: (404) 880-0462

Payment method
amex, master card, visa, all major credit cards
Price Range
Inman Park, Eastside, Northeast Atlanta, Old Fourth Ward


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Sotto Sotto and Fritti

Italian Restaurants, Pizza, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Mediterranean Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street, Valet

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good For Family: Yes

Good For Groups: Yes

Cuisines: Mediterranean, Family Style, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza

Alcohol: Full Bar, Wine

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Price Range : Average


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Kristen H.
Edited: 12/20/2016

I love the atmosphere of Fritti and it's what keeps me coming back - always great fun and showing lots of international sporting events.

The pizza, however, has always been "eh" to me - I'm just not a fan of their sauce or the way the cheese falls off when you take a bite - would rather go to Ammazza nearby. It's a good place for big groups, but maybe consider ordering one of their other options!

Nichole W.



A classic Atlanta staple for pizza. They have a very nice covered patio, and the atmosphere is a little sophisticated but still very laid back. They have a very nice wine list and simple, tasty pizzas. Definitely an Inman Park go-to.



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Best Pizza in Atlanta

This is seriously the best pizza in Atlanta. The funghi di bosco with truffle oil is amazing. Plus today you can get half off with the deal from SweetPons



Provided by Citysearch - 
Nice ambience, good food

Came here in the late spring and the doors were open, fresh breeze flowing in, and it was a beautiful ambiance. The menu is primarily wood pizzas that were pretty good. Nice wine list.



Provided by Citysearch - 
Best Brickoven Pizza in the ATL

I'm from NJ, and I haven't found a place here that does try Italian brickoven pizza's, until I came here. The pizza was incredible and reminded me of being at home. The service was good, but the reason I'm coming back is for the food, great job!!



Provided by Citysearch - 
it was good

My friend and I visited this place to have a meal, but we were not really satisfied with the quality of food. It was ok but not what we expected. It seemed that we were expecting a lot from this restaurant. However, the service was great and the staff was very nice to us. Overall, it was good but certainly not the best we've been to.



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lackluster food

We thought the food here was good based on the number of reviews from both Citysearch and Yelp, but I found my experience lacking. The calamari wasn't crunchy, the pizzas were soggy, and the service wasn't good either.



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Overrated at best...

I had heard so much about Fritti, and I was very excited to check it out last night. We started with Bruschetta which was very good tasting, though I felt $9 was a little ambitious for the presentation. It looked like it was made fast, uneven pieces, and no garnish made the presentation lackluster. In its defense the flavor was very good. Next came the pizza... I ordered a quattro formaggi because a cheeze pizza will tell you everything about a pizzeria in my opinion. You should not need fancy ingredients to make it taste good.. First impression in one word : OVERRATED.
The pizza was totally wet and soggy in the middle.. almost slimy.. It is the kind of pie that just falls limp when you pick it up.. the crust in the middle is more like a skin of some sort. ""Crust"" is a bad word to describe it. Granted, the edges were crusty, and the best part of the dough for sure, and the cheese was very good. So I ended up scraping the cheese toward the edge and removing the very center of the slices... The feeling was mutual with the 2 other pies we got. (Veggie, and Frutti de Mare) The waiter never asked how it was, or I would have told him... My guess is this place was probably good at one time when it was new and popular.. now it seems to have rested on its trendy laurels and fancy ingredients to carry the weight.. Bottom line... I will not return... I know pizza and this by no means impressed me whatsoever... Next week we are off to Verasanos, then Antico, to see how they compare...

Bon Appetit !

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