Went there with 5 kids and Italian mom. Great pizza,great food. Love the decor. Third time visited, service is exceptional. Hidden gem!
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We've gone three times in the last month, and the food and service are excellent. Monique and Rose provided great service . The lasagna is out of sight, and the Penne Rustica with sausage (hot, for me) was delicious. Even the Montepulciano wine was a...More
The variety, taste and value of pizza was very good. Does not offer goat cheese as a pizza topping. The service was excellent but only one restroom for guests.
Went here with my wife. We were dring around looking for a place to eat and park and decided on Peppino's. Menu is simple with many choices. We shared a cold amtipasto which had a nice selection of meat and cheeses and was good for...More
I normally don't review places that I love locally so they don't get over run by tourists and transplants who move here. Peppino's is a family pizzeria with two locations with the best brick over pizza we have ever had (and we have 6 family-owned...More
We have been going to Peppino's several times and always served excellent food. The food is fresh and delicious. The owner is attentive to his customers, We tried the Pizza and loved the crust and fresh toppings. We tried the pasta, penne boscaiola, penne vodka...More
Ordered delivery. Large diavlo a pizza and ravioli dinner. Pizza was ok but the hot sausage for a large pie was amusing. Probably a quarter of a sausage link for a large pie. Some slices had none most had a little more than none. Ravioli...More
The pizza is great, spaghetti and meatball just like grandma made. Always packed, people come back for good food and welcoming atmosphere,
Never had a bad experience although it can be incredibly crowded when busy as its a small space. Their baked clams on the weekends are delish and their calzones are yummy.
When I visit my son and his girlfriend Rachel in Brooklyn, we like to go out to Peppino's for a great Italian meal! This small restaurant in a nice area of Bay Ridge (they also have a location in Park Slope that we haven't visited)...More