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Posted by Kayla on 01/09/2014
My husband and I have been ordering from this place for over a year now, the food used to be good. It has really gone down a lot. Food is unappetizing. Now wait time is just rediculous. Last night (on a week night) we ordered a pizza and rigatoni alla vodka they said 30-45 min. It took well over an hour and the food was all luke warm the pasta was not made correctly and the garlic rolls were hard as a rock. I have a toddler and he can't eat that. The past 4 times we have gotten food from them it's been wrong or unappetizing. One time the driver didn't have change for a $20. We won't be giving them business any more!
Posted by Average Local on 11/23/2013
First off, the staff was unprofessional! We arrived and were instructed to sit wherever we want. We chose the "cleanest" table meaning: the one with less garbage still on the table. Even then the table is sticky from the previous patrons that had sat there. Second, the waitress who took our order took it upon herself to try to memorize our order instead of writing it down. (Oh yeah, she ended up forgetting to give up the garlic bread until AFTER we were done eating.) And we had to remind her. Third, the food was unappetizing I got the chicken Alfredo (spaghetti) and my significant other got the stuffed calzone (bacon, pepperoni and mushroom). The pepperoni wasn't fully cooked, and my pasta was room temp and bland. How do you mess up keeping the food HOT? We regret coming here. It's our first and last time of ever dining at this restaurant.
Posted by PBF on 07/15/2013
This used to be a great little slice of Italy. Good cook, good amiable waitresses (during the day, anyway). I used to eat lunch there a couple of times a week. Then it went downhill. None of the old regulars eat there anymore. I miss the old place.
Posted by RPB on 07/08/2013
We visited last night and brought two friends along to introduce them to what we "thought' was our favorite place for pizza. Our last visit was a few months ago. Imagine how embarrassed we were when: 1. The server brought the wrong drink, even though it was thoroughly described to her (a bottle of Budwiser). 2. The server didn't know there was a House Special 7-item pizza on the menu. 3. The dine-in area had one other table with dine-in customers. We ordered 1/z doz garlic rolls, half were old, burned on the bottom and tough to eat rolls. 4. The pizza order took so long that we placed an order for anti-pasta to keep us going in the meantime. The server acknowledged the order, but NEVER brought out the anti-pasta until the pizza was ready. Should've sent it back, but wanted to let the "newbies" taste it, so we brought it home for them. 5. The pizza crust was tough, burned on the bottom and a bit gooey on top, and the toppings were scarce, although we ordered "double" peps and cheese. Where did Ali go? We need to find him! He knew what we wanted as soon as we walked in the door, and he made a PERFECT pie everytime. Now that's worth Recognition and Praise these days! Doubtful that we will return. So very disappointing, especially when we brought "first-timers" in to try it.
Posted by anonymous on 06/30/2013
Ordered take-out there about a month ago and the order was all wrong and the food was not good. I called back to complain and the hostess said they would put me in their credit book to be able to order the same meal again at a later date. Just called back to claim my order and was told the owner no longer honors credits. The food has been going downhill for months now and it too expensive for the quality of food they are serving, thought I would give them another chance tonight. Will never eat there again, I would rather drive 30 minutes to a better restaurant and use the money for gas. Always thought it was too expensive, but I was trying to support my community.
Posted by Gay Behensky on 06/20/2013
I lived in NYC and the Bronx. They know how to make pizza. The only way not to like Pascalli's pizza is if you think pizza chains are the standard for pizza. Sit down, it's a pleasant family atmostphere.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/18/2013
The first time we tried Pascalli's was a year ago on a weekend. Pizza arrived cold/soggy and like an hour 20 minutes after order. We wrote it off as they were just busy and that was that. The second time was a few months later, we had company over and ordered again, pretty much the same situation expensive cold pizza. This last time. Pizza's were delivered completely cold again and just nothing special, with a wilted/brown lettuce salad. Long story short, if you want overpriced cold pizza, then this is your place. They have a monopoly in the area, as some people want italian tasting pizza, I can't comment on the service/atmosphere as I have never step foot in the place.