3246 S 27th St, Milwaukee, WI 53215
Parking: Lot, Private
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Bike Parking: Yes
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Specialties: Openings, Celebrations
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We have pizza delivered to the house all the time and I mean all the time. Pizza is great we love the flsvor of the sauce, thats what makes the pizza . FYI - just don't ever ask for a little more EXTRA sauce on the pizza cuz they load it on so thick it's to spicy and not edible . The only downside is They should come up with a punch card where you order so many pizzas and get one free after so many pizzas ordered. Or coupons for your next visit. Still great pizzs!
09/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Absolutely delicious. The sauce, the crust. YUMMMMMMM. Not much on the atmosphere and kind of small for larger parties, but we go there with a dozen people and fill ourselves with their fantastic pizza. I eat pizza in every city I go in and, while I know people have different tastes, in my opinion, this is smiply the best.
04/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My wife and I heard good things about this place and so far it has lived up to the hype. We ate there once before and had a personal sized pizza to sample it. I remembered that it wasn't bad, so we came back months later and ordered a 16 inch. It was great. We came around noon and the pie was ready in about 15 minutes. It tasted great when we got home, and hours later when we tried it cold. Nothing tastes better together than cold beer and cold pizza and very few can pull off the combination. Though I did enjoy it greatly, it's not the best I've ever had. This comes in 3rd. #1 is Giaordano's in Chicago, #2 is Little Italy in Arlington Tx(surprise), and #3 is Ned's Pizza. Never had NY Pizza so this personal list is subject to change. For Wisconsin, Yes this is the best pizza in the state so far.
11/13/2009Provided by Citysearch -
The pizza is a good thin crust type so we ate there fairly often. I was soured on the place when we went to pick up a large pizza and they would not honor the $2 off coupon from the yellow book because it had expired. The thing is there are many of the exact same coupon in the current edition of the yellow book we had. It was a simple mistake on our part but their lack of understanding cost them a regular customer. There are just too many good pizza places around to skimp on customer service. We do not plan on returning.
10/17/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I have lived in Milwaukee for most of my 39 years and without a doubt, this is the best thin crust pizza in the city. Zaffiros on Prospect is a good second, but Ned's is the BEST. We get a parbaked pizza (since it take an hour to get it home) and pop it in the oven. What pure bliss!!!! It's a special treat we value in the city. Thanks Ned's!!! Please never close!!!
06/01/2004Provided by Citysearch -
Have been going since my first daughter was 3 years old, which was 35 years ago. First place we stop when she arrives from California. And first place we stop when the other daughter comes from Arizona. Have ""addicted"" others to their pizza over the years. I now live in the Oconomowoc area and look for reasons to travel to the south side so I can stop for Ned's Pizza. Always friendly and the pizza always tastes the same - great! (I think it's in the sauce! Or maybe the fact that they put so much of whatever you order on it). You never go home hungry!