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508 West Ave, Austin, TX | Directions 7870130.269903 -97.750736
Frank & Angie's Pizzeria is located on West Avenue and 6th Street in the heart of Downtown Austin. Our goal is to serve you the very best pizza in Austin using our own Sicilian family recipies. Each day, we make the dough and sauce on premise & from scratch using only the finest ingredients available. Choose from an extensive selection of specialty pizza pies, gourmet pizzas and calzones. In addition, we offer delicious pasta dishes, salads and sandwiches - all served with our homemade bread. Don't forget the dessert and wines!
Dine indoors or outside on our patio overlooking Shoal Creek. We are open for lunch and dinner. Bring the family. Come with friends. We welcome your visit!
Simply great pizza. If you don't want pizza, have Guido's Garden salad, fresh and tasty. Their lunch special can't be beat. The staff is always great.
Great place! – A great place for hanging out. The pizza is great here, fresh and delicious.
Take an Elvis or Don Ho painting – After hearing about it and reading about it for awhile, I finally made my way over there. The parking was a little tight but if you go at the right time (5:37 pm) you should be ok. I invited a few friends to go along so there were four of us, a few is three, not two like some non Austinites seem to think. (3 + 1 = 4) The math doesn't lie. Anyway, we sat amongst some of the beautiful people and marveled at the thought of mingling with other Austinites. We were all dressed casual but yet, sophistocated. It was our Hawaiin shirt night so we were all sporting our tiki wear (that's what I call it) and I must say we looked good. Me especially! I was wearing my favorite tiki shirt that cost me well over $100. It's so cool even Don Ho would've been impressed! Ok, anyway, the pizza was good but not outstanding. I've had outstanding and 'just good' on many occasions so I know what I'm talkng about. The staff was friendly enough but I detected our waiter to be a tad bit snobby (As if, ha, ha, ha!) Anyway, I would go there again in a year or two after I had pretty much forgotten I had went there before, it's decent place. It could stand a good mopping though. Maybe an Elvis painting on the wall or something cool, maybe a Don Ho painting.
Worst and most expensive pizza we've had – We stopped in after someone said this was the best pizza. We ordered a large with several toppings. It was $26, thick, undercooked and generally lousy. We stopped in at a bar that doesn't serve food,on our way home, and gave it away.
We are from the Northeast originally and the best pizza we've found so far is at Saccone's on 620
great food, great service, great wines – all around great restaurant! I love the fresh Spinach they will add to you pizza! Nice wine selection too! Nice place for families and be sure to check out the covered outdoor patio!
Terrible experience – I ordered a calzone due to tomato allergies. Since the sauce isn't an option, the server suggested Alfredo sauce. Great suggestion but I was charged for the sauce without being told. The sauce definitely wasn't worth paying as the flavor was lacking.
Good Pie – If you want good pizza, you must try this place. If you want anything else, look some place else. The pastas are a joke and their glasses of wine are more like thimbles of wine. That said, I have never been let down by any of their pies, and I think I have tried them all. Definitely worth trying!
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