Red's Savoy Pizza
421 7th St E, Saint Paul, MN 55101
Phone: (651) 227-5983
Fax Number: (651) 227-5983
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Family Style, American, Take Out, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Good for Kids: Yes
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First time I had Red's was in 1997, I was taking classes in Surveying at Inver Hills Community college. The instructor (CM) took us on a field trip, little did we know we would end up at Red's for Pizza and beer. This pizza has been my favorite ever since. Think I'll go get one now!!
01/13/2012Provided by Citysearch -
My friends and I decided to try this restaurant for lunch on a Sunday while shopping in St. Paul. We were quickly seated so that we could wait . . . for 10 minutes before a waitress finally gave us menus. She took our order and we waited.
4 other tables were seated, placed their order, and received food.
Finally we had to ask why we didn't have our soda or appetizers yet? The waitress just turned and walked away.
We got the pitcher of Coke we ordered 30 minutes later! HOORAY!
Why didn't we get our appetizer? She accused us of lying about getting our appetizer already, turned and walked away.
10 minutes later, while we contemplated throwing down $5 for the Coke and walking out, our pizza arrived and she brought us our appetizers.
The food was okay, nothing worth the rude service and 40 minutes of waiting for drinks.
Then we waited.
Another waitress, noticing we were sitting there for 15 minutes with empty plates asked if we had our bill, God bless her.
Then we waited.
I finally went up to the front desk to pay and the rude woman up there told us we have to pay at our table, I refused to go back and demanded she run our bill.
I have never had such horrid service from a restaurant before.
WE WILL NEVER GO TO THIS PIZZERIA AGAIN!
10/28/2011Provided by Citysearch -
A celebration lunch was the order of the day and how better to celebrate than with Savoy's Pizzas? The five pizzas ($70.00+) were picked up at the 7th Street location and ready to serve. To everyone's dismay they changed the crust!!! How can this happen? The beloved cracker thin crisp crust was replaced with doughy thick soft crust! The crusts tasted like prepackaged grocery store crusts. I called and asked why they change the crusts? I was told they had changed but went back to the hand rolled crust (yea right). What a disappointment and what a loss of an eastside icon. I guess I need to find somewhere else to spend my celebration pizza dollars.
07/22/2011Provided by Citysearch -
This place has great food - pizza, wings, everything you expect from a pizzaria - but it's not your average Papa Johns. Fresh sauce, toppings, and dough means that the flavor isn't what you get from a chain store or a frozen pizza, the flavor has lots of tomato and spice to it. It doesn't hold up to delivery well and I would guess they don't have very many drivers because it takes awhile, but if you're in the mood for great pizza it's worth sitting in the restaurant to enjoy