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Posted by Martha Patt on 10/24/2009
Easy to get the two restaurants confused, as they're both called Giovanni's. But, the Giovanni's north of Hillsboro in Boca is excellent, my husband had the huge plate of lasagna, I had a chicken dish. We both had dessert, and boy was it delicious! We just ordered a white pizza, can't wait to try it !!
Posted by Coconut Creek Resident on 09/20/2009
There is one just north of Sample Road next to a post office and a Burlington's Coat Factory - they serve Deep Dish. They have been there for years and are not Coal Fire. They aren't that good. I've had good NY style and some horrible pizza there as well; depends on who they hired that day to maintain the place. Then there's Giovanni Coal Fire, north of Hillsboro Road. Unrelated to the other place. They don't serve deep dish. They serve amazing chicken wings and some excellent coal fired pizza. make sure you know you have the right Giovanni's before you write a review next time.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/19/2009
This pizza I imagine is best served thin and has little coal flavoring. this pizza place offers great deals. I ordered on a tuesday night, got two pizzas for the price of one and a free two liter ( I should mention it was carryout) but nonetheless delicious and didn't disappoint at that price.
Posted by dan from boca on 08/09/2008
After watching a show on coal fire pizza on the TV network we decided to give this place a try. We ordered a large deep dish $16.95 + $1.95 per topping. After about 10 miutes our pizza arrives( wow the coal must really cook it quick). My 1st bite was a surprise,, the pizza was COLD inside. It also tatsed like thick stale bread with ketchup on top. We informed our waiter who said sorry and emerged 20 mintes later with a burned black new pizza. Now the crust was burned but the pizza was still cold in the middle. He informed us that they pre cook the deep dish and reheat. Even though management let us go for no charge I would never try this place again.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/08/2008
Good lunch menu for the price. The food is good and compared to other South Florida coal fire pizza places they have the best prices in town. The portion sizes are good but the menu choices are limited. Great italian and tuna sandwich!
Posted by bruce wibben on 06/17/2008
I've been there a few times and have never had a bad experience. If you're looking for loads of toppings this is not the place for you but if you are looking for loads of flavor this is definitely where you want to be. Service is good. This is a quality pizza. I never thought I would be this excited about coal oven pizza but it does add to the flavor. The best pizza places in the area are this one, thick and thin pizza and pizza time cafe. They all stand out in their own way but this place is unique.