Pizza is OK, not great. The price if $25 for a thin crust pizza seems a little steep to me unless a pie is exceptional. Other pizzerias will gain business if no differentiation and quality does not reflect price.
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From the road, this place looks like your average pizza joint...but don't be fooled... as we all know you can not judge the book by the cover and this holds especially true with Mazia's which is really an awesome place to eat all kinds of...More
Recently went to Mazia’s for dinner. We quickly decided on our usual small Supreme pizza, and decided to order a cocktail as well. My husband ordered a beer, and I chose a cocktail featured on their menu as one of their specials. I overheard the...More
Pizza is great (usually), good wings. Their Friday fish dinner is amazing and HUGE. A lot of stuff homemade. The pizza and fish in the wood fired oven is delicious. They are usually pretty busy. I have tried their 3 pasta combo, it is very...More
The atmosphere was pleasant. Food was decent. Classic white pizza was good. Although I prefer a crispy bottom on my pizza and fresh mushrooms would have made it better. The garlic bread with marinara sauce was very good-toasty and marinara was very good. Would try...More
I ordered the country club sub. I could have feed 3 people and the best part was it was only 11.95. It was all fresh sliced meat, Ham, Turkey, salami, and bacon. We also ordered a Gluten free pizza it didn't look like it was...More
We recently ordered a Hawaiian Pizza and wings The pizza was perfect and the wings were the size of chicken legs. The sauces..Barbeque and medium were great.
Great place for gluten free pizza! We ordered several regular and several gluten free and everyone was pleased.
This is our first experience at this attractive (see photos) yet casual restaurant. My wife had the ziti with broccoli, and I had the "variety" pasta dish (which included tortellini, ravioli, and stuffed manicotti. Both dishes were served with melted mozzarella cheese. My sauce was...More
Gianni Mazia's has some of the very best pizza to be found in WNY...including Bocce's and LaNova. Mazia's is in a very crowded space; but for a community based establishment, it dominates the Italian landscape. It is a bit pricey and eating at vinyl red...More