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6115 E 22ND Ave, Denver, CO | Directions 8020739.749274 -104.917124
Monday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Neighborhoods: South Park Hill, Northeast Denver, Park Hill
This place has gone down hill. I'm in shock. Where the neighborhood enviro is cool - the food sucks. Very disappointed. Oblio's used to be great. Now... not so much.
Great Neighborhood Joint – I have been eating at Oblio’s since I was in college (hint for well over a decade) and have always enjoyed a good pie (the Fat Tommy is my new favorite) and a cold beer. The staff is warm and welcoming and you will even see the owner Tommy there on the weekends helping out and talking with the patrons. In a city full of restaurant owners who are “too good” to talk to the patrons who put money in their pocket, it is a welcome sight to see Tommy there chatting with each table. If you are looking for delicious food and a fun neighborhood place to kick back Oblio’s is the place in Park Hill.
Worst Pizza Crust in Colorado – I love pizza and live just around the corner from this cute neighborhood establishment. I love to support my local restaurants, but I have a hard time supporting Oblio’s. Every few months I give their pizza a try to see if they have decided to make a quality product. Time after time I am greatly disappointed by their terrible soft soggy flavorless crust. It is definitely the worst pizza I have ever had. Oblio’s, please learn to make a decent pizza and I will buy one every week of two!!!!!
decent- but overpriced – We recently moved to the area so decided to check out the places within walking distance, we originally stopped in on a Saturday night around 9 and they were closing, so we came back during the week for dinner- we ordered a large pizza with three toppings and had a couple guiness beers each and our bill was $70, it was decent, but we felt that it was a bit overpriced for what it is, a local pizza joint, aside from that the female bartender was such an overly loud talker and screamed back to the kitchen staff that is actually interupted our conversation, we'd go back in the future for convenience sake only and definitely sit on the patio.
Overpriced for mediocre pizza – I SO wanted to like this place. It's close to home, we biked over, and has super cute ambiance. Unfortunately we were a bit shocked when we opened the menu. It's WAY overpriced for a local pizza place. When we got our pizza we were very disappointed--could've made it at home with Bisquick and Ragu, but instead we paid $19 for it.
Best thin crust in town – They have a great atmostphere and the menus are really cool (old music albums). The fresh baked cookie dessert is to die for!!!!
Could be better – We've eaten there a couple of times, but I'm not sure we'll try again. The first time we got the white pizza with tomatoes and basil. The crust and tomatoes were good, but it was crushed basil, rather than fresh. It was really dissapointing. The second time we got the deep dish cheese. VERY VERY greasy! Not very tasty.
Get a martini on the rocks, very tasty, but expensive
Great ambiance and very friendly staff. Now if they could just fix the pizza....
Great Pizza in Parkhill! – We visited this lil' pizza joint based on the previous reviews and they were all right on! It's a quaint little place in Parkhill/Mayfair area with great pizza. It's a touch on the expensive side, but worth not having to go downtown for good food. Service was great and the pizza came to the table quickly. They even give you these garlic drenched breadsticks to enjoy before your food comes.
Outstanding! – My wife and I dined there on a Saturday night. The food was extremely good and the service was fast and sincere. I would reccomend this place to anyone who has a hankering for unique, tasy pizza and is tired of the cardboard imposters served elsewhere.
Great neighborhood place – If you don't want to deal with heading downtown, this is a great local place to meet if you live in Park Hill or Mayfair. Good food and bar, great staff that makes you feel welcome, and although I grew up on pizza from the east coast which is hard to duplicate, their pizza is pretty good!
Good for a date, a group or just yourself.
You must try the ice cream cookie bottom pie.
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