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Reviewed 21 February 2021

My wife and I relocated to Milwaukie Oregon last July so we’re still “learning the ropes” as we try different places when we order take-out food. On Feb. 19, our daughter, her husband, and our grandson were coming over to eat at our house and...we were hungry for pizza. We decided to try Flying Pie Pizzeria, placed our order over the phone, and picked it up a little later. They seemed quite busy when we arrived and I had to wait just a few minutes but the pizzas were then very hot when I picked them up and we drove back the short distance to our house. My wife and I had a small cheese and Italian sausage while my daughter and her family had a large cheese pizza- light on the cheese. We had tried Flying Pie Pizzeria once before and thought at that time that the pizza was just loaded- too much cheese and HUGE pieces of sausage- which isn’t necessarily bad- but we actually picked some of the sausage off and ate it later. Anyway, on Feb. 19, everything was perfect! Our sausage pizza was actually quite spicy- might not appeal to kids perhaps but my wife and I really enjoyed it. We had picked the extra thin crust which we really liked. We were told the cheese [light] pizza was good and met the expectations of their 4-year-old son. At Flying Pie Pizzeria, you can build your own pizza including dough choices and then the crust style- then add your toppings- or pick one of their house specialty pizzas- subs and calzones too- and bread, etc. The small pizza [11”] was the perfect size for my wife and me and cost $14.60 with the Italian sausage. Our total bill for both pizzas before tip was $35.20. I highly recommend Flying Pie Pizzeria and we will definitely be back again soon! I should note that the restaurant is not open yet for dining-in and I believe you can pick up only.More

Date of visit: February 2021
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Reviewed 11 October 2019

Flying Pie is our go to for the best pizza around. So hearty because they're generous with toppings, the Italian sausage is amazing. Spicy but not too much, and they load it on there. Fresh garlic is always an option without charging extra. The lunch...special, a slice and one run through the salad bar is the best around as well, their salad bar is a good one. When I'm craving pizza and want the good stuff, I come to Flying Pie.More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed 26 September 2019 via mobile

I have visited the greater Portland, OR area for 12 years, and became a resident 7 months ago. While I've driven past the Flying Pie pizza place hundreds of times, I had yet to stop and try it out. That ended yesterday, and I'm glad...it did. Unlike other dining establishments alone the McLaughlin strip, this venue TRULY cared that I was there. Greeting at the beginning, and all through my stay, I felt welcome. Since it was my first visit, the greeter/attendant made sure I was familiar with the lay of the land. The menu is simple to read, and all my questions were answered in pleasant fashion. I ordered a Supreme Calzone. Not only delicious, it was obscenely (in a good way) huge. By my measure, it was 13” long, and very well stuffed with ingredients. I managed to consume 1/2 the item, and staff were not only cheerfully willing to box up the leftovers - they offered more marinara sauce than I had left over. Oh, BTW: the calzone was $8 - a steal. I found pricing was more than fair. It's a clean, well-lit, pleasant establishment. I will assuredly be back - and soon.More

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed 7 September 2019 via mobile

I was driving up Mcloughlin headed home and spotted Flying Pie. I was in the mood for a slice so I turned around and pulled in. They had a nice salad bar and a drink station. Plenty of tables and seemed to be a nice...clean family restaurant. I was expecting a slice case, but was told you start out with a cheese slice and build your own. I made it simple, sausage and onion. My slice was huge and had as much sausage that would cover a medium pizza! The sausage was very good. The cheese and flavor of the sauce was excellent. The crust was a bit thick but was very good. When ordering pizza you can select from thick Chicago to extra thin New York. So everyone should be satisfied. I need to go back and try a whole pizza. Overall I was very happy.More

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed 11 August 2019 via mobile

We had a huge group who were scheduled to eat at the Pizzaria. We were somewhat early so when we asked about accommodations for our meal, the employee who just came on shift had no idea about what our meal covered. I showed the information...we received about our dinner from my email. They did allow us to have a free soft drink while we waited but we couldn't get any food unless we paid for something. The food was ordered beforehand and they did start serving a bit early. The salad was really bad (bitter broccoli, few greens, and poor quality), pizza was hot and loaded with toppings, but the taste was jus a bit off. The room was reserved but too small for a large group so pizzas were delivered to various tables so if you wanted a different type, you needed to go find one around the room. If you have a group around 40, you might think of having a party elewhere.More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed 7 June 2019 via mobile

From out of town and found this place. It was so good!! Wish I had one in my hometown A bit on the expensive side but worth it!

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed 11 May 2019 via mobile

We've been here a BUNCH of times. Always a great experience and amazing pie. However THIS time we got ONIONS when I asked for OLIVES. Maybe I mumbled. And I didn't check the receipt - it CLEARLY listed olives. But when I mentioned, "hey, this...has onions on it, I asked for olives" that team SPRANG into action! They offered to remake it or give us olives on the side. Several options. Bottom line, they made it RIGHT! THANKS Dustin & company, Ty would be proud.More

Date of visit: May 2019
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Reviewed 19 February 2018 via mobile

I've eaten here a few times. No other pizzeria comes close. We got an XL combo 2. Mounds of toppings, crispy but not too thin crust. The sauce is so complimentary--there is too much to say about it. You wont get your pie immediately so...call ahead or plan to visit with friends. The staff reminds me of something out of Fast Times, but they put together a heckuva pie! Lol not inexpensive but blows the doors off Bellagios or Mellow Mushroom, all boast an expensive pie making you wonder why you ordered it. Not Flying Pie. This is a break your diet kind of place so dont stand on ceremony! Eat up!!More

Date of visit: February 2018
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Reviewed 13 December 2017

I have not been to this location. I go to the one in Lake Oswego, and it is fantastic. You have to wait a while for your pie, so if you have kids, have quarters for them to play games. This pizza is the best.

Date of visit: August 2017
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Reviewed 5 September 2017

I have never been in a restaurant as dirty as this one. We arrived at Flying Pie for an early dinner and most of the tables had dirty plates and crumpled napkins on them-I assume they had been there since lunch. We finally spotted a...table that had been cleared, but later noticed that the cheese and hot pepper dispensers were filthy. The pizza was okay. The sauce was good, but they pile the toppings on so heavily that the center of the crust was soggy. The edges of the crust, which are my favorite part, were so tough that you could hardly cut them with a knife. Our bill for two small pizzas and two cokes was $40-absolutely ridiculous.More

Date of visit: September 2017
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