this place serves the best pizza in SA!!! the burrata is out of this world!!! it is simply the best!!
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This pizza was absolutely delicious!!! Brick oven style pizza with all types of toppings. This menu is gourmet Italian, but doesn't break the bank. This place is located in a small strip mall and you can have trouble finding parking. The restaurant is not stuffy and the staff is very welcoming. Start off with one of the many types of... More
We like the crust extra crispy. Other authentic pizzerias have no problem honoring this request but our waiter said they could not do it because the pizza would burn!
The place is very nice and the pizza is really good, just not the best I've had here in town or anywhere else. For the most part, I enjoyed the friendly service and the food (I've been twice) but it didn't blow my socks off. To be honest, maybe it was because of all the hype I'd heard before ever... More
We started with the home made Mozzarella - very nice - then ordered two pizzas (we were two people in total) - which was also very nice, but too much food. I really recommend this place, everything is fresh and nicely cooked, and you also get a good experience as you can follow the kitchen and the pizza making in... More
I discovered this location thru some friends and Guy Fieri (Diners, Drive-ins & Dives). Needless to say, everytime we are in San Antonio, this is the place to eat. We love the buratta appetizer and the pizzas are amazing. Can't wait to go back again. Would highly recommend for everyone to stop by at least once and check it out.
Years ago we took my new Italian son-in-law to probably the best pizzeria in Austin. He said afterward that it was good, but it wasn't pizza. I don't recall that Dough had opened here back the. I later took many trips to Italy and now understand the quality available at seemingly inconspicuous neighborhood pizza parlors in Rome. Dough is the... More
First off, spoiler alert! I consider the very best pizza on the planet to be made in a very few places in Naples, Italy as I lived there for many years. However, when I bit into the Margarita it was astounding! No, it is not a Pizza Hut or Dominoes style that is so common or Chicago or NY. Minimal... More
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