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508 West Ave, Austin, TX | Directions 7870130.269903 -97.750736
Frank & Angie's Pizzeria is located on West Avenue and 6th Street in the heart of Downtown Austin. Our goal is to serve you the very best pizza in Austin using our own Sicilian family recipies. Each day, we make the dough and sauce on premise & from scratch using only the finest ingredients available. Choose from an extensive selection of specialty pizza pies, gourmet pizzas and calzones. In addition, we offer delicious pasta dishes, salads and sandwiches - all served with our homemade bread. Don't forget the dessert and wines!
Dine indoors or outside on our patio overlooking Shoal Creek. We are open for lunch and dinner. Bring the family. Come with friends. We welcome your visit!
Cute Little Place – Cute little place with a good rep. Went there to check it out and there were so many options. I played it safe with chicken parm and my husband had a pizza. Boy it was good stuff. Staff was slow and spacey though.
Dank!!! – Went here on a friend's recommendation for the calzones and... yea... they are the shiznit. I haven't tried anything else, but by the looks and smell of it I wouldn't be suprised if everything else on the menu is dank.
Great Lunch! – I went here today on the recommendation of a friend who wanted to meet for a quick lunch. I had the slice and salad combo for $6.50 and got a salad & slice of pepperoni.
The salad was tasty and came with a hunk of bread that was also good. Nothing earth shattering here, just good food. The pizza was tasty as well...perfectly cooked. A little greasy but excellent overall. I would absolutely come back here if looking for a quick bite and fast place to meet a friend for lunch.
My Cloak of invisibility – I thought I had left my cloak of invisibility in the car, but I must have mistakenly worn it into the restaurant. I just wanted a light lunch, a slice, salad and a tea. It was 1:30 when I walked in so the lunch rush was over and there were only a few people in the place. The sign said to seat yourself, so I did. I was there maybe 1 to 2 minutes when another guy by himself walked in and he sat at the table right in front of mine. We continued sitting for a couple minutes when one of the employees told another that there were a couple guys seated and waiting. The fact that I couldn't make out his response makes it seem as tho it was a wisecrack. He walked over, got a menu and gave it to the other guy asking what he wanted to drink. He walked right between our tables to go get it. He came back and the guy ordered. He again walked right between our tables to go place the order. I thought now he'll service me. I was wrong. He walked over to another table to pick up the payment from another table. He made a point to go out of his way to walk by my table yet again. I waited another minute or two and at 1:41, The message was clear, he was not gonna wait on me for some unknown reason so I put my jacket back on and walked out. I'll be leaving the same review on Yelp as I'm an Elite Yelper. Also, city search charges businesses 50 cents each time someone clicks on there city search listing. This is gonna cost them a buck or two a day for however long I feel like it.
Casual, dependable Italian featuring thin, crispy New York-style pizzas and fresh homemade pasta. – In Short
An open kitchen faces the main dining area, where patrons can start the meal off with a house salad, or share enormous pizzas elevated on stands. Checked tablecloths set the mood; a hanging chalkboard announces daily two-for-one specials. Coveted pizza toppings include roasted garlic cloves, artichoke hearts and cilantro pesto. "Angie's Combo" features provolone, roasted garlic, eggplant and sun-dried tomato. There is also a cheese-less pie and a few standard pastas.
SMALL Pizzeria - BIG on Taste! – Frank & Angies is a hidden gem! Has some of the BEST Pizza that we?ve found in Austin. This small pizzeria has tasty pizza?s. I happened upon Frank & Angie?s when I was visiting the book store downtown. The kids were in the mood for pizza - I wasn?t. I was pleasantly surprised. We had pepperoni & the kids had the WORKS. It?s a little high for pizza, but the taste is much better than most. Nice memorabilia & music to add to the enjoyment. Parking can be a problem, but worth the effort.
Totally tops pizza parlor – in for the weekend and tried out this gem for lunch. was seated promptly and served beverages with speed. Server was attentive and cordial. wife and i shared a 10" pizza that was incredible. fresh basil, garlic, tomatoes, and spinach with mozz and chicken. excellent. easy on the wallet too. highly recommend you try it.
Family Friendly Great Vlaue Pizza and Pasta Joint – My family and I read this and since they flew in from Hawaii they wanted a casual place for dinner for their first night in Austin. We went at 5:30pm on a Thursday night and there was ample parking. The youngest started with an order of minestrone soup (better than yours mom). The taste was authentic with lots of veggies. The 17 year olds split an 18" pizza. The crust was thin and crispy with lots of pepperoni. The baby ate a 10" pepperoni by himself. My sister and I ordered the Mama Sopranos baked ziti with meatballs. Lots of flavor with just the right amount of sauce and cheese. We also shared the eggplant provolone. Delish! Both the pastas could have been split and would have served 4 easily. My other son had the DiMaggio sandwich. There was lots of salami which he liked. It could have used more vinaigrette. The surprise was that it was served on warm homemade bread. The best value for the adults was the wine. I was pleasantly surprised Coppola wine was the house wine. The DaVinci Chiant was delicious as well. We ordered two pizzas, two pastas with salads, asandwich, 5 glasses of wine, 3 sodas all for $70.00. A great value in the eyes of my Hawaiian family. We will definitely eat here again.
Quaint and worth the drive – Really liked this place. I loved the atmosphere, the service and the food was terrific. The location stinks but it's worth every annoyance. Not the cheapest place in town for pizza with toppings, but hey you get what you pay for!
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