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2809 Peachtree Rd Ne, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030533.831571 -84.384922
Neighborhoods: Peachtree Heights West, Northside, Northside
Fellini's Pizza is the best casual pizza spot in Atlanta. The Buckhead location is the best location. end of story.
Great Little Pizza Place – It was the end of a very long day and was getting ready to head home but had missed breakfast and lunch. Only living in Buckhead for a short time i wasnt all that familiar with the area so the limo driver suggested this pizza place. I said sure so we drove by to check it out. It didn't seem all that busy so we parked around back and went in. Wasn't sure what to order so the cashier suggested the "special". Given i was so tired and the place was kinda empty, we just decided to eat there. As someone who loves pizza, i must say it was great!!! Sitting there in the late afternoon having a beer and pizza watching the rain come down, chilling out and listening to the music was a nice end to my hectic day. I can't say how the service or atmosphere would be when they're busy but on this particular lazy rainy day, everything was just perfect. Can't way to go back again ...
Avoid like the plague – My husband and I recently moved to Atlanta and every time we drove by Fellini's we saw throngs of people eating and/or waiting to eat. Intrigued we finally had a chance to go last night and we were horribly disappointed.
The pizza was pretty tasteless (we ordered a vegetarian) and the dough, even though it was a thin-crust, was undercooked to the point of being chewy. I wouldn't call us picky eaters, but this stuff wasn't even palatable. The waitstaff was kind enough to put our pie back in the oven until it was truly done, but by then we were so under-impressed it didn't really get any better.
I can say that their ingredients did, in fact, appear to be fresh, but the pizza itself was way overrated. The atmosphere is fun, so I'm guessing that's why it gets so many high reviews.
I Love this place!!!!! – I have been to this location Numerous times and every single time I go I have received great service. Its a very relaxed and casual atmosphere. I Love the fact that it stays open late because you can go for a late night snack after hanging out and of course get good food. Now I cant say the food has ALWAYS been great but for the most part the atmosphere and the convenience has outweighed any negatives. The only negative thing I can say about the place is pertaining to the one or two times I did not feel my pizza was of the best taste. I felt it may have been a little old and reheated. It may have been a little harder than usual if you know what I mean. Anyways, I have had more good experiences than bad and will DEFINITELY be there again.
Best Pizza in the South – I am born and raised in Buffalo, NY- and we have some of the greatest pizza in the Country! When I first moved here, I was determined to find a good pizza place and after many bad meanls I found Felini's! Although most of the time we do take out I do enjoy sitting out on the patio and drinking an ice cold beer with a fresh slice!! Whenever I have visitors in town- this is the spot to go!
Service with a sneer, cheap beer, decently -priced pizza with a flavor above all said – the location on Howell Mill has THE BEST BATHROOM EVER!! clean, with a re-furbished Zsumpfelt duo-sink and 30's Neiner-churner is amazing beyond belief(men's bathroom only, I believe)!
Good pizza outside of Chicago or NY – For Atlanta, you expect comfort food, BBQ, things like that, so on a business trip to ATL once I asked a co-worker who lived there for a recommendation on a place to grab some Pizza. Now, I'm pretty picky, but this place has very good pie. Not great, mind you, but hey, it's hard to get really great Pizza outside of Chicago or NY, so for Atlanta, this is going to be your best bet out there!
Yum! – We've heard mixed reviews about Fel's pizza, but we decided to give it a try, so far.. so good ! we like the pizzas, nice toppings, always fresh and the service, very friendly!
Fredrico Would Not Be Happy! – Being a long time fan of the now defunct Garden Hills Cinema next door, Fellini's was always a good choice before or after one of the Foreign Films, that drew us cinephiles. And one of our favorite Italian directors was Fredrico Fellini. Hence, Fellini's pizza was born. Great little place in those earlier days. The Garden Hills is now gone, and the quality and taste of Fellini's, has followed suit. Bring back Sophia Loren, and maybe Fellini, will follow.
yyyyyyyuuuuuuccccckkkkk – nasty pizza, its so greasy, has lack of any tatse. Im sorry that i want there to begin with. very rude staff
Simple, good pizza – If you're craving a low-key place to have some good pizza, Fellini's is the place. Order at the counter, have a seat, and your fresh, oven-hot pizza will be brought to you. Heaping servings are enough to satisfy the hungriest of people. Ingredients are abundant, and overflow the pizza slice or calzone you order. A decent beer selection is also available to wash down your food. Overall, a great pizza place if you're not wanting to eat at some high-end restaurant, or simply tire of the local pizza chain.
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