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11416 620 North, Suite N, Austin, TX | Directions 7872630.453359 -97.828040
Neighborhoods: Plaza Volente
Freakin Gross – So this is the third time I stupidly wasted my money at this place, and believe me it wont happen ever again. The first time I waited inside the store for an hour and a half for a soggy, raw pizza. It was pretty late and they were close to closing time so I just gave them the benefit of the doubt and figured they are just lazy. The second time I called in to order and asked them for a sandwich with tomatoes on it. The guy said "the computer isn't letting me put tomatoes on it" umm does the computer make the sandwiches ding-ding?? Anyway I ordered a tunafish sandwich. It was ok but not what I wanted. The third and final time I ordered from here was about 40 minutes ago and needless to say Im pissed. I ordered a buffalo chicken sandwich which comes with lettuce and tomato but just in case, I specified and said with lettuce and tomato. Well of course I open the sandwich and it has two disgusting, slimy pieces of wilted brown lettuce and no tomato. Not to mention the chicken was slimy and the breading on it was soggy but I would've let it slide had it been made right. Its just sad that people are so incompetent. And for this place to say that they have some east coast food or attitude or something...hahaha!! I am from Baltimore Maryland and have visited Jersey dozens of times and if they served this crap on the east coast they would #1 be out of business already and 2 have a few feet up their asses.
Pizza good. Service and salads nasty – way better than average pizza for Austin (maybe even the best) though the place wouldn't cut it on the east coast. It might be the best I've had in Austin but it's far from being spectacular
Stay away from the salads. Mine was wilted and inedible.
Oh and the service can be downright nasty at times with varying policies on minimums and delivery areas as well.
Awesome pizza, great service! – My family has been going to Saccone's for years, even before they moved to this new location. The new space looks great - it's roomy and sparkling clean.
My family can be picky sometimes about our pizza - half this, half that, extra crispy, etc. But Saccones always gets it right, and with a smile. The one time they didn't get it right they gave us a free pizza to go!
I have two small children and can vouch that it's kid friendly!
Best Pizza in the World!!! – My family and I LOVE Saccone's. Every time I visit I am impressed and can't wait to come back again.
A few months ago I took my brother and his girlfriend, Tracy, to Saccone's for their first time. Ever since then Tracy cannot stop talking about it and when they came to visit last week she informed me that we were having Saccone's for dinner that night. My brother then explained that she had been looking forward to eating Saccone's pizza more than seeing my husband and myself!!! Although I pretended to be hurt I couldn't blame her I think I would feel the same way, I told my brother she might be a keeper :)
Great pizza! – This review is for the new location that just opened at 620 & Anderson Mill Road. My boyfriend and I have been looking for a good pizza place, and we found a great one! The pizza is delicious, thin crust style (but not crunchy), and the ingredients are great quality and tasty. I haven't had the subs yet, but if they are anything like the pizza, I'm sure they're great too. The kitchen is open to the dining room, and the cooks asked us on our way out how we liked our meal. Of course it was wonderful. I love it when the cooks at a restaurant are genuinely interested in whether you liked the food. They obviously take a lot of pride in making their guests happy. I don't know whether it's family-owned, but it sure felt that way, like a homey, local establishment. We'll definitely be back.
Very good pizza – This is my family's favorite place for pizza. (I think this is now the Round Rock location?) This is the type of pizza I grew up eating in the North east - the dough is great and not too thick.
best pizza in town – Without a doubt the best pizza I've had in town. Very consistent, very east coat. I haven'd tried their pasta dishes because I can't pass up the pizza or calzones. One minor complaint would be that the bread for the sandwiches is very airy, not enough texture. I highly recommend any one of their locations.
Good Pizza! – I wouldn't say Saccone's was the BEST pizza I have ever had, but I will definitely stop by Saccone's again. The Pizza was good(and HUGE), the service was quick and friendly. I would recommend this to a friend.
No thanks east coast pizza fans – Entered this location and wasn't even greeted... these guys acted like they were doing ME a favor by waiting on me. The pizza was way below average. Liked Frank & Angies much better downtown for this type of ultimate thin pizza & much better service!
Rudino's still better than this one! – Ordered a few pizza's and some wings at this location... wings were just ok and the same for the pizza. New Jersey style pizza must be extra thin, cause this sure was. Kind of hard to fill up on it... we're from Chicago where you pile on the cheese and the toppings... not going to find that here but the sauce was tasty and it was still better than Mangias in my opinion. $36 for 2 pizza's doesn't come cheap.
Rudino's on 620 is the best we've had in Austin thus far.
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