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Restaurant Review of ELIZABETH'S PIZZA RESTAURANT

Updated on November 22, 2019
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Fried calamari from Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant. The delicious calamari is sprinkled with black pepper and served with lemon wedge and marinara sauce

delicious golden fried calamari with lemon served at ELIZABETH'S PIZZA RESTAURANT
delicious golden fried calamari with lemon served at ELIZABETH'S PIZZA RESTAURANT
Restaurant Review of Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant
Restaurant Review of Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant

Elizabeth’s Pizza Restaurant Review

Elizabeth’s Pizza Restaurant Review

ELIZABETH'S PIZZA - Elizabeth’s Pizza is definitely one of my favorite pizzeria restaurants to get pizza from. Where I am located, in Greensboro, North Carolina, there are several Elizabeth’s Pizza locations. I really enjoy the gourmet style of food preparation at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant. This is especially noticeable with the Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant meatballs which I love. You can get a side of meatballs from Elizabeth’s Pizza restaurant for around $5.

  • These delicious hot meatballs from Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant are served up in a generous amount of sauce and if you get them to go, they will be in a Styrofoam cup with a lid for covering.
  • Other items that I enjoy getting from Elizabeth’s Pizza restaurant include fried calamari. I really love to eat calamari. The calamari from Elizabeth’s Pizza restaurant are fried to a golden crisp and served with marinara sauce and lemon wedges. It is so good and a very generous portion is given.

The calamari from Elizabeth’s Pizza costs around $9.

Currently, the fried calamari dish from Elizabeth's Pizza restaurant costs around $9.

Food items from Elizabeth's Pizza

Food items:

  1. The last time our family purchased food from Elizabeth’s Pizza, what we had was that side of meatballs, the calamari and a large New York style pizza. We got the topping of anchovies on just one half of the pizza.
  2. I actually really like anchovies on pizza and had not had that specific topping on a pizza in a really long time. I felt for that in the moment for some reason. The other half of our pizza was just cheese.

All of the food items that we had from Elizabeth’s Pizza on this occasion (and any other occasion where we ate food from Elizabeth’s Pizza) were just great quality and truly delicious.

While the prices of food items from Elizabeth’s Pizza restaurants are not inexpensive, they are not overly expensive either and you will find everything to be very delicious. I do recommend purchasing food from Elizabeth’s Pizza.

Delicious food from Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant

The food from Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant is of great quality and is delicious.

Hot meatballs from Elizabeth's Pizza restaurant

From Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant : hot meatballs
From Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant : hot meatballs

Elizabeth's Pizza

A large New York style pizza with anchovies on one half from Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant

From Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant : cheese pizza with anchovies on one half
From Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant : cheese pizza with anchovies on one half

New York Style Pizza from Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant

The New York style pizza has a generous amount of cheese and is very tasty.

Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant food

4 stars for Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant food

UPDATE

Update: We have had the pleasure of having another dining experience with Elzabeth's Pizza restaurant and this time, we decided to dine-in at the restaurant for the first time rather than ordering takeout/ food to-go.

I must say that dining-in at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant was a very pleasant experience.

  • The servers were polite at attentive and the interior of the restaurant was nice.
  • There was appealing decor and a friendly atmosphere.
  • On this trip to Elizabeth's Pizza, we were glad to use a buy one get one free (BOGO) pasta entree coupon, up to $12. The pasta entrees that we decided to purchase included the lobster ravioli with a rich, plentiful and delicious sauce (at a cost of around $18) as well as the chicken fettuccine alfredo with creamy and tasty sauce (at a cost of around $15).
  • The discount from the up to $12 coupon was applied to the total bill.

We shared everything up and enjoyed everything immensely. One pasta entree was served with a side Caesar salad and the other pasta entree was served with soup.

Food photos from this latest trip that our family took to an Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant location in Greensboro, North Carolina are included below.

Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant offers food with very rich and enjoyable flavors.


Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo served at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant

Very nice food presentation. Served at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant (dine-in) : Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo
Very nice food presentation. Served at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant (dine-in) : Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo | Source

Richly Flavored Lobster Ravioli in Plentiful Sauce, Served at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant in Greensboro, North Carolina

Served at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant : Lobster Ravioli
Served at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant : Lobster Ravioli

Caesar side salad with croutons

Caesar salad, served at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant
Caesar salad, served at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant

Soup (or salad) is served with a pasta entree at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant

Soup
Soup

Zeppole pastry, sprinkled with sugar, served at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant

Zeppole, served at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant
Zeppole, served at Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant

Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant

Category
Rating
 
Restaurant interior appearance, atmosphere/ ambience, cleanliness
4 out of 5 stars
 
Restaurant customer service
4 out of 5 stars
 
Restaurant food taste and quality
4 out of 5 stars
 
Restaurant food prices / value for the money
3 out of 5 stars
 

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What food item do you think you would you be most likely to order if you visited Elizabeth's Pizza Restaurant?

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