Stark Street Pizza Company
9234 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97216
Phone: (503) 255-7227
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Take Out, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
01/22/2012Provided by Citysearch -
i am 42 years old and hgrew up till 5 in portland,now live in redmond or,,it doesnt matter if i or amyone i know goes to portland,i will have them bring me home a stark street thin crust pep/x-peperoni and a hawaiin,obviously 3-4 hours at soonest its cold when i get it but i will eat there pizza cold or warmed up,instead of buying pizza anywhere local,,,i worked at pietros when younger and there thin corn meal crust pizza was the same crust's stark street uses......i believe the diffrence is in ingriedients they use real pepperoni,when cooked it's about size of a quarter,and when u get your pizza the grease just rolls off.the best by far......even cold - a day later.........
01/06/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Not the best, but VERY GOOD, flavorful, a great thin crust pie. Will go there, again, when in Portland. The folks who gripe about canned mushrooms should read the menu. Fresh mushrooms are available upon request--at no extra charge. The staff was courteous, friendly, and quick.
The only better pizza that I've had, in years, is Sahara Pizza, in The Dalles. Stark St. Pizza is handy, to Holiday Inn Express, if you happen to stay there.
12/07/2007Provided by Citysearch -
If you like rude counter staff, way too little pizza for your money, a crust that tastes and feels stale, then by all means, The Stark Street Pizza company is for you. If you like staff that works well with the public, tasty pizza, and a pizza that is actually big enough for two people to eat, then avoid The Stark Street Pizza company like the plague. I know I won't be going back.
10/21/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I'm so glad I met owner Robbie Robinson through slow pitch softball many years ago. If not I may not have tried his pizza as soon as I did. Not only is Robbie one of this cities great sponsors of softball over generations, but his Stark Street Pizza landmark restaurant ( open since '65) has the best pizza in the area! I personally like the large thin crust pepperoni, always been good and consistent, just what you're looking for, like in a good steady ballplayer. Right Robbie? I've also coached Little League teams, and I've had team meetings for the kids and their parents in the adjacent trophy room, that always impresses kids and adults alike. Thanks Robbie for all you've done for your community over the years and for continuing to offer great pizza and ice cold brew! While there, check out the impressive trophy case, this sponsor and his food are most definitely winners all around! Keep it up for at least a few more generations Rob! ... Bimbo L.
07/13/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We met a friend here for lunch. We shared breadsticks and a pizza. I really love the thin crust with cornmeal. But it was just average tasting as far as the rest went. The breadsticks were nice and soft and there were a lot of them! Service was average as well. You order at the counter, so there's not a lot of table-side service. It was good overall, but I found a place closer to home that I like better. I would probably eat there again if I was in the neighborhood, but I wouldn't make a special trip.
10/17/2005Provided by Citysearch -
i have been gone from oregon for about 15 years. now that i am home i need to get some pizza. it was a Sunday night Oct. 16 around 9:45 at night. I showed up and found out that they close at 10pm. the manager was very kind and alowed me to order a pizza that would make him stay late. i was very greatful for his kindness. i will be back soon.
09/10/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Been going there for years, but now forced to find another pizza place to spend my money. Last pizza was way overcooked which made the crust very unappetizing and ruined the enjoyment. Most of staff fooling around and what happens at the salad bar with customers is disgusting! Need to go very late since children are allowed to run all over, loud, obnoxious and families don't watch their children or keep them in line. Some of the staff at Stark Street watch and say nothing, and others are busy with each other. Where are the owners???? So sad since I loved their Nick's Special and no other pizza place serves it.
02/09/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Looks like nobody has posted a review in 2010 for this establishment yet so here it is folks. In the evening hours of February 8th my family and I the unlucky guy that wasted $26.95 for an evening at S.S.P. ordered a Stark Street Special Pizza with the thick crust. While we waited a really long time to get our pizza we drank our Coke with a refillable glass which tasted bad. Clean those lines guys. Luckily it was refillable and we were able to grab a Sprite which was the only good part of the evening. Finally after waiting for about 45. minutes for the pizza we noticed upon taking those first bites it tasted like too much tomato paste with an over loading of cheese. During my second bite I noticed the peperoni was ok but the sausage tasted foul. My wife told me immediately that she thought it tasted bad. Our Son did not mind the soft crust ends but did not want to eat any other parts. After eating my second piece I was not happy with my experience and wanted to get my money refunded but they were hosting a Portland Winterhawks radio party and the place was too loud. Please note: we ordered the pie before all of the chaos. Also my wife is a chef at a local Thai food restaurant and she noticed that the cooking staff was not American because she is from overseas. She said,"" my issue with that is when it became busy nobody picked up the pace"". Everybody was cooking in slow motion unlike her place of employment. To top off our experience my son woke up feeling sick the next morning. Come to think of it my stomach felt bad too. SSP you wont see us again.