Italian, American (Traditional)
Price Range : $11-30 ($$)
Adress: 519 2nd St NW, Burkeville, VA 23922
Phone: (434) 767-2750
- turned_in_notHealth Score44 out of 100
- list_altTakes ReservationsNo
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelAverage
- local_barAlcoholBeer & Wine Only
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVYes
Our family lives nearby and this is a must when we come home to visit. Their pizzas are great, my MIL raves about their salmon, and everything else we have tried has been tasty.
Meh. I tried the chicken masala. It was very oily and lacked taste. My family also ordered pizza and calzone. They said the pizza lacked flavor. We will be back only because it's the halfway point between our home and my daughter's college.
Despite the mediocre food, the service was friendly.
Our family of four enjoyed stopping here while traveling. We had pizza steak, cheesesteak with A1, a calzone, and Mimmo's fries. All quite good. Excellent service. We would not hesitate to return. Recommend!
Bypass the big name pizza place and make your pie selection here. Fresh ingredients. Friendly faces. Not too busy on a Friday evening. Wait time was under 30 min. Even the crust is worth eating.
I normally don't give such a poor review unless a few visits warrents the rating. In this case, one visit was more than enough. Watery, weak coffee that was over $2 - really??? Don't try to charge starbuck prices unless you have starbuck quality. Looking around the dining room, the food was obesity and heart attack inducing nastiness. The kind of food that is cheap to make and done with lots of deep frying, oil, fats, salts, and crap. And here where they really told me what kind of business they are, and what kind of miser is running the place. They have guest WiiFii that the guest can't actually use. Get this, the waitress tried to have me give my phone to her to give to her boss so he can put in the password himself. First of all, these days a phone is my wallet, my bank, my personnal information, and it is not being handed over to a stranger. I asked if he could write down the password and give it to me, and he would not. And he would not come out to the table to give me the password. A crappy restaurants' guest WiiFii is Not a state secret. But here is this owner refusing to give out the password to his guest network. Basically you go to this restaurant if you have no regard for your health, no care for good customer service, and the options in this town have limited you down to this place or the gas station across the street.