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909 Ponce De Leon Ave Ne, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030633.773497 -84.357653
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Northeast, St. Charles/ Greenwood
Best Pizza in the ATL – Pizza snobs, Pizza schlobs - it's good and you should just enjoy it! Fellini's has THE best pizza of anywhere in the city. All the locations are consistently good and you can't find a better fresh oven pizza. Every slice is made fresh, and to order - get something off the menu or make up your own. The salads are fabulous with the best tomatoe's in town - year round!
Get off your high horse and eat a slice of house special - you'll think you've died and gone to pizza hevean!
New York pizza or not... – I've been going to Fellini's back in the day it was at Little Five Points and there was about 3 booths in the whole place, and I'll keep going back as long as they have their doors open. The people are super nice and go out of their way to make sure everything is right, the food is quick and AWESOME, and cheap. I've never had New York pizza (but have had pizza in Chicago), so I cannot compair it, but, I can compair it to the delivery choices we have and a few over-pricey pizza franchises, and they are way better. Way, way better.
Even now, we live 40 minutes away and drive past all of the other places to get to Ponce, but it so worth it.
High Volume, No Soul, Generic and Expensive – This place feels like a cafeteria, and the food tastes like its owners are maximizing profits from their ivory towers. A great example of how high quality ingredients don't make great pizza. Where is the love Fellini's?
Pizza is average! – This place wasn't bad. Parking is not that great. I saw a guy completely chunk his car in the parking lot as my girlfriend and I were pulling in, so basically just watch out. The one thing that stinks about this place the counter is facing the door, so if it is busy you might have to wait outside a bit before putting in your order. Other than that this place is nice. It has a nice outside eating area. The pizza is not ridiculously great or anything, but I would eat there again. The ingredients are fresh, and the slices are pretty big. The price for the pizza is definitely fair. I wouldn't compare this to New York pizza because basically I have never had New York pizza. I do recommend the Fellini's Special because it is loaded with toppings. The people were nice, and it took about 10 minutes to get our pizza, which is great. Anyone who complains about this place is looking too much in to a simple pizza place. They do not advertise themselves as the "only place to buy real pizza." It is better than Papa Johns and all the other fast-food pizza chains. Nancy's in my opinion is a little bit better, but like I said I am not a pizza fanatic, it is all non-traditional pizza anyway, so you couldn't call any of these pizza places, pizza places because they are all Americanized. Stop your complaining and go to this place if you want some good and cheap pizza.
one of the best pizza joints in the city – I don't know what these so called NY Pizza experts are thinking, but I was born and raised in Queens, NY and was practically brought up on slices from 2 local italian run pizza shops that I walked to from home. Since coming here from NYC the two hardest things to find are a decent bagel and decent pizza and Fellini's has the closest resemblance to NY pizza that I have come across here in the city. I won't say the pizza was perfect, as it could have used a little more sauce, but the crust, size, cheese were all like straight from Avellino's Pizzeria on Queens Blvd. Id say Fellinis has an added bonus, at most NY pizza shops, getting a slice is a coin toss depending on how long the pie has been out, but Fellinis has a high enough turn over, that the slices are always fresh, and priced very reasonably, making them more attractive than getting a whole slice. The service and atmosphere were really good too, diverse crowd, all different kinds of people, as opposed to the masses of emory snobs. I won't be gettin my pizza from anywhere else
Average, at best. – NY pizza? Anyone who thinks Fellini's is like NY pizza has never had NY Pizza. Don't kid yourself, this place is average on a good day and the best they have to offer in my opinion is the calzones. It's cheap and a decent solution if you're out of choices at a late hour, that's about it.
Not All That – Nothing like NY pizza. The food is cheap and free refills. The salads are not good. My friend said it's like foodcourt pizza.
User review by chappy_kawaii – I dont know why some people are obsessed with this place.
Its nothing special.
Good Pizza, Service is Just OK. – Value of this place is good, if you are looking for a cheap place to eat good pizza you found it. Nothing really out of the ordinary as far as anything else goes. We will eat here again.
The Best in Atlanta! – I love pizza, and whats even better is a great price. If you ever lived in NYC, then you know it doesn't cost much for a cheese pie. Fellini's Pizza is a great family owned business that has many locations in all the hottest areas in Atlanta. I used to live in NYC, and got spoiled with the great pizza that was sold there. I have looked everywhere for good pizza, and could never find it. I found Fellini's by mistake, and feel in love. I recommend this place to all College kids, and anyone who is from the north and knows good pizza. If you want good pizza, and at a great price. Try them out!
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