Pizza >Lisa's Pizzaria Restaurant
2961 N Oakland Ave, Milwaukee, WI | Directions 5321143.072362 -87.887909
Tuesday 4- 10:30pm
Neighborhoods: Upper East Side
Good, but expensive for pizza. Try NYPD. – I have eaten here a few times, pizza, and the appetizer sampler.
At the very least, the pizza is tasty, but the prices for add on toppings are kind of high.
THE SAUSAGE IS PHENOMENAL!
I've not had anything else here.
Pizza Good ... Rest, Not So Much – The pizza was very good. Love a thin, crispy crust. Toppings were perfect. But that's about all of the good.
Restaurants that don't offer free soda refills, especially at $1.50, are a huge turn off. Soda syrup costs about 3 cents per serving. No refills means no repeat business. The restaurant was also inflexible. They offer a fettuccine alfredo with chicken and broccoli, but can't put chicken and broccoli into any other dish? Spaghetti and meatballs were just so-so ... much tastier meatballs can be found in the city.
Best pizza in Milwaukee!!! – I'm from Chicago and let me say that this is the best pizza in Milwaukee bar none. The sauce, crust, and toppings were absolutely perfectly proportioned. If you are visiting Milwaukee, it's a must stop. If you live in Milwaukee, LUCKY YOU!
Though it serves up popular Italian pies, this local pizza institution almost blends in as another Milwaukee home. – In Short
Housed in a tiny white building in a residential area, this restaurant caters to locals and famished college students prowling the city for comfort food and cheap prices. With a dining area as ordinary as its location, its flair is in its cuisine. Homemade sauce and thin crust combine to make beloved sausage, eggplant and pineapple pizzas. Restaurant also has fully-stocked bar and serves pastas and Italian sandwiches.
Cross Town for the BEST! – I first ate at Lisa's years ago when in college. It was great then and it still is great today. Although I live miles away I find myself and friends revisiting for that perfect pizza. The sauce is slightly sweet, the crust just right in texture, and the toppings generous to create the perfect pizza.
Simply The Best – I grew up in Milwaukee and now live in New York City. I've had Chicago deep dish pizza and New York pizza by the slice, and pizza highly rated by People Magazine (Mother Bear's Pizza in Bloomington, Indiana). However, the this crust pizza from Lisa's Pizza will always be my definition of great pizza. The sauce is tangy and sweet. The mushrooms are always fresh (never canned). The crust is thin and crispy. I eat here every time I am back in Milwaukee. You should too!
None better! – It's been THE place for pizza for almost 35 years for me and my wife.
mmmmmmmmmmmmm – Lisa's is by far the best pizza I have ever had. Everything about the pizza is great, from the crispy crust,to the secret sauce, even the delicious pepperoni on top. This place is the best!
Lisa's Pizza is the BEST! – A little more expensive than pizza places like pizza hut, however the price is worth it. Everything about this pizza is quality. To pass up this place would be a serious mistake.
Sweet, sweet, secret sauce – Lisa's has the best pizza in Milwaukee. I think the secret is in their sauce. It is a wonderful, sweet tomato sauce. Just enough...not too much. (Too much sauce ruins a pizza) Reasonably priced, good service, great food. Worth the trip to try...otherwise, they deliver
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