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7804 SE Stark St, Portland, OR | Directions 9721545.519101 -122.583153
Sunday To Thursday From 11:00 AM To 10:00 PM Friday To Saturday From 11:00 AM To 11:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Program, Montavilla
Super fun old school pizzeria on the west end of Montavilla, with everything from regular pies (mmm, Miss Piggy) to subs, calzones, and stuffed pizzas. Customize your crust in four different thicknesses, or opt for gluten free. You'll also find their pizza just down the way at the Academy Theater, by the slice.
Flying Pie Pizzeria keeps it classic with cheesy, oversized pies delivered straight to your table on a pedestal, allowing you to give it the admiration and esteem it deserves. Flying Pie ventures out only slightly, offering calzones and subs, but the real deal remains the super cheap 60 oz. pitchers of micro brews.
Nothing else compares!! – The best pizza in Portland. Generous with the toppings. Handmade with love and tradition. Perfect in every way. Once you try it nothing else will compare!
Damn Good Pizza – I am a frequent customer of all locations- pizza is always great! Whole milk mozzarella and hand tossed crust makes all the difference. The small cheese will feed 2 and its only $10! It's so good, I won't go anywhere else and when I'm craving pizza- they are the only to satisfy.
Pizza Nightmare!!!!! – Just in shock at all of the 5 star rating this place gets. I was a fan of the one in_____, but the one here in Portland is worst place I have ever eaten in my entire life! I was over charged for the most disgusting slice of pizza I have ever seen- that took 35 min to prepare! The employees were rude, slow and really really dirty looking - and I have to mention very bad at math. The whole place was as filthy as it gets. I'm stunned that that this place stays in business, but even more shocked that it has not been shut down for it's dirty condition. ****Can't stress enough that this place is a stomach infections' best friend. Just don't go.
I wish I could talk to the manager... – And let him / her know how bad of a job he / she is doing with this place. It has great potential, the location is great and who doesn't love pizza? I won t go in detail with how I was treated by the employees or how bad the food was... Let me just leave it to: This is one of the few places a man will remember their entire life and will deeply hate. If I ever see the owner of this place, I would RUN up to him and let them know what I think of his work. I hope this place SINKS and never open anywhere else. What a shack!
Dont take the Family – The pizza is consistently good. The staff are quick, the decor is unique. However, last night, I was disappointed when one of the staff sat down with his friend, and she began bellowing vulgarity as if it were a private residence. Seated next to them were a mom and her young son trying to enjoy a meal. After several trumpets of the f word and other unacceptable verbage, folks from surrounding tables got uncomfortable and left. I was disappointed the nearby staff seemed to shrug it off as nothing, and essentiallly condoned it. I felt uncomfortable for the mom. To be sure, I am not a moral model of any sort, but try using a little discretion with such language and keep it private, or at least quiet. If I were to begin such a dialogue in a public place, I'd expect to be asked to leave, period. Great food, but leave the family at home.
Making me sick – I agree with the other bad reviews. This place is dirty and the pizza tastes old and nasty. I recently walked across the street to order a pizza and have a beer while I waited because my friend just had a baby and was starving. As I had my first sip of beer I began watching and starting getting sick to my stomach. I witnessed 2 employees handling dirty dishes and then making salads. I left my beer and walked out without even remembering if I had paid. Well I didn't and it's a good thing. The only sad part is someone probably got my pizza and I'm sure it tasted bad because come to find out, the reason why half the time their pizza tastes old is because if they have screw ups they leave them in the oven and wait til someone else orders the same one.
Not worth the time or money – We used to order from this place 2-3 years ago. It was never spectacular, but it was good enough. I moved back into the neighborhood recently and called for a delivery. The guy I talked to was a class-A a**hole - the kind of situation where the customer can't win. You can be as nice as possible, but these jerks have an ax to grind and they'll get their knives in.
yuck – The crust is awful at this place, they pre roll them and then the dough dries out or something, all in all its a really bad crust. I have never ever ever had anything but borderline rude service here, and it shows, the restaurant is really dirty and there doesn't seem to be much pride from the employees. The prices are way too high for the product. I would look past the service and prices and come here more often if the pizza was better.
This pizza is simply boring. It kind of ruined a night. After working hard all week long it was time to go out for some good cheap eats... pizza, But this pizza was not pleasing at all. Texture was poor(very soggy). The toppings were not so fresh. The sauce was very unevenly spread. I can't believe this joint has any recognition in anyone's book.
Wow - I am absolutely dumbfounded as to how this pizza could have rated #2 in the readers choice vote. Is the competition really that scarce? Both my wife and I thought it was terrible.... and I mean really - how hard is it to make a decent pizza? You know they say pizza is like making love - even when it's bad it's good. Not in this case. The cheese was not fully melted, it was WAY to salty, the dough was over kneaded and thus tough and chewy, there was no unique flavor - I really cant come up with any redeeming qualities about this pie. Oh also there was a strange smell to the pizza that I can't put my finger on... but it wasn't pleasant. Avoid.
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