Pizzeria Venti (Reported Closed)

(404) 228-2013 | View Website

2770 Lenox Rd Ne, Atlanta, GA | Directions   30324

33.830783 -84.356117

Open Hours

Mon-Thu 11am-9pm

Fri-Sat 11am-10pm

Sun 11am-9pm

 
Pizza, Italian, Restaurants  more

Neighborhoods: Northside, Pine Hills, Northside

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Reviews for Pizzeria Venti

Recommends
over a year ago

The food is tasty and the people who work there are so nice! I especially love that they tweek their menu to go with the season by adding specialty items. I like basically everything here and I love their house dressing! Check it out for a casual italian meal or to try some of their gelato!

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Bad Pizza – I've only been there once. The reason you go to a pizza place is for good pizza and this isn't it. Stingy toppings and crust like pastry dough. Puh-leeze. Only Atlantans could think this is good pizza.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Good Italian, tasty pizza, quality service – Despite what the editor says about Pizzeria Venti, I really like it! I had a meeting there several months ago and since then I've been hooked! They have really, really good pizza. Sbarro be damned! This place is so much better than that, it's unbelievable. I can't even explain why anyone would compare the two. The delicious dough is made with pure northern Italian spring water which makes the taste & texture unlike any other. Their gelato is excellent too. If you're in the area, stop by for a quick bite. If you're not in the area, make sure to get there!

Recommends
over a year ago

Pizza chain does ‘za by the slice or pie in Buckhead. – In Short
Tucked away in a secluded mini shopping center off Lenox Road, Pizzeria Venti is like a glorified Sbarro that goes with thick crust and thankfully serves booze. There are no hours-old pizzas to gawk at on display--you order at the counter and they bring it out to you. The dining room has a food-court feeling, but a spacious outdoor patio more than makes up for it. A solid selection of salads provide a nice light alternative to the heavier, and immediately tempting, “bocce balls” appetizer: meatballs with cheese and marinara that have been encased in pizza crust. The ‘za comes by the slice or by the pan, both curiously cut in a rectangular shape, and have the thickness and appearance from that of Little Caesars' deep dish. Usual suspects abound with the toppings and it’s relatively cheap, quick and convenient. It might be corporate but it’ll do in a hurry.

 

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