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Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (480) 820-5875

Payment method
amex, mastercard, visa, discover
Price Range
$$
Location
Nello's Plz
AKA

Nello's Plaza

Nello's Pizza Mesa

Categories
Pizza, Caterers, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, Pizza

Alcohol: Beer, Wine

Price Range : Average

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HonestJack

05/14/2011

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Best Pizza Ever!!

When ever I visit the area, I always eat at Nello's. They are closed on Mondays though. They have booths, tables and a bar to sit at.

bergerone

01/20/2011

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
absolutely great food

I have been to many pizzeria but I got hooked with Nello's pizza. It will always be the best one for me.

mariachii

12/16/2010

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Overall
Thin crust goodness

It's the kind of pizza that would make everyone in my family smile with delight. I love how their crust is made-- and the toppings are just heavenly.

judeeamelia

11/21/2010

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Just good food, great pizza at Nellos

I had the chance to visit some friends at Mesa, and they took me to Nellos Pizza in Mesa. The ambiance was really great! Their crew was very attentive and for a small pizza place, I would say, they got class.

ilanasfun

04/10/2010

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Overall
Best Pizza in the Valley

Now here is a place that has their act together! Best food I have ever tasted. Top that off with friendly staff and a very clean restaurant, you could not ask for anything more!

Colin A

12/14/2009

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Best Pizza Joint in Town

Although Nello's isn't in the glory days that it had several years ago, it still provides great, Chicago style deep dish pizza. As far as the service goes, they provide reasonably good service the only downside is the majority of them are men. But the most important thing about Nello's is the pizza, nothing else.

The pizza isn’t incredibly deep, but it definitely gets the job done. With deep dish sizes of 7”, 10”, 12”, and 14” everyone can get their needs met. Nello’s also does a great job offering a variety of 30 toppings including my personal favorite, the homemade sausage. That first bite into the homemade sausage tastes so sweet, it’s like natural candy. If you’re feeling a tad bit more daring they also offer artichoke, some peppers, and even anchovies.

Personlly I go with the 7” personal deep dish homemade sausage pizza. The homemade sausage is to die for and truly tastes like a gift from the heavens. It’s both succulent and sweet, while still appealing to the traditional hardy sausage lovers. And although the pizza's size doesn’t sound like much it quickly fills you up. You don’t have to get the traditional deep dish, they also offer a thin crust and whole wheat deep dish for the health nuts, but Nello's is all about the traditional deep dish so I'd stick with it.

When you take your first bite into the traditional deep dish pizza at Nello’s you taste the nice buttery crust, stringy, hot cheese, and the delicious sweet sauce. This sauce is what sets Nello’s apart from everywhere else, it’s uniquely sweet compared to other pizzerias, but it’s not overly sweet or strong. Unlike other pizza places, like Oregano’s, the pizza doesn’t take 30-45 minutes to make and the dough doesn’t taste undercooked.

Not only is the pizza fantastic, but the prices are great at Nello’s too. A 7” cheese pizza is only $4.60 and works perfectly for someone dining alone, while a two topping 14” pizza will run you $15.05 which is average for a large pizza without a special anyway. Considering the authenticity and quality of the pizzas at Nello’s it’s definitely well worth the money you’d spend on it over any other pizza joint in town.

ChicagoXplant

12/16/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Keep Driving

Watched service and quality degrade over years. Nebraska fan hang out? Not a bad place but the location further west on Warner offers better food, new items, faster service, and a real parking lot.

bestfiddler

06/09/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
used to be GREAT!

Years ago this was THE pizza to beat...I think they changed from their origanal dough.
in the past few years it has been a dissapointment. Maybe new owners? It's still good, just not even close to what it once was.

bimmer13

02/29/2008

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Overall
Lousy Service and Pizza

My family went to Nellos on Sunday night, and recieved the worst service and it was compounded by undercooked pizza. After being seated, a 10 minute delay for greetings from our server.
I then ordered all of our drinks and food.
The drinks arrived 13 minutes later, and salad and garlic bread 10 minutes after that.
The undercooked pizza arrived 19 minutes after that, 52 minutes for a large thin crust pizza was too long.
The bottom of the crust was not crunchy, it was soft and watery.
We asked the waitress to fix it, and 13 more minutes later, it was almost burnt on top, and the bottom was not much better than before.
If there was a manager on duty to complain to, she was too busy eating behind the bar to worry about customers.

jdavid17

09/08/2006

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Fabulous crust, more food than you think

We got take-home from Nello's and had not been there before, so we ordered based on our experience with other Pizza restaurants. We were pleasantly surprised at the large portions. The crust was as good as any we've had, and the ingredients were exceptional as well.

The pan pizzas are DEEP.

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