This place is the best NY pizza in Northern Virginia . It's consistently great! " we enjoy the sliced well done so the crust is crispy!
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I came for dinner with my girlfriend. We're from New York so we have a high standard when it comes to pizza. The ziti slice and spinach slice was great. The Sicilian wasn't so good. The garlic knots were great. The price was crazy. 3 slices and garlic knots without drinks was $17. Also, the organization behind the counter was... More
Valentino's would get 5 stars if they had a reasonably priced medium sized pizza. The slices are awesome, and the fresh giant 20 inch pies have to be experienced to be believed. Best pizza in the area. The pasta and food dishes are very good as well.
Holy guacamole, so dang good. I can't summarize how good their pizza is. It is just amazing. It's super fresh, authentic pizza--not that chain garbage. The Bianca, the eggplant, hell even the ziti pizza (yes, pasta on pizza, diabetes on a slice) are all to die for. You just can't go wrong. The garlic bread and knots are also great.... More
As a nearly life-long VA resident but lover of classic New York pizza I've searched high and low across the state and the DC metro area for the best, most NY-like pizza. Look no further, Valentino's has it! Here you'll get the thin crust that makes NY pizza what it is, sauce made from the perfect recipe, and delicious cheese... More
Pizza is very good. Service was slow and disinterested. The shrimp scampi was just shrimp and butter. The combination appetizer was a handful of deep fried nothingness. Ranch was extra and spoiled. I would recommend the pizza to go.
--Two adults on a week night at 7:00 pm. Restaurant was about 2/3 full mostly with couples and a few families. Saw many teenagers picking up takeouts for the family waiting in the car. --Small restaurant (?60 seats?) owned by a native New Yorker who makes pizzas using spring water. There is something for everyone here (gluten free and vegans... More
We happened to walk by this place close to the place that we were staying in. You can order any kind of pizza you like or just choose from their open bar which we did. The crust was made to perfection. I would decently go back next time I'm in Washington again.
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