Austin Pizza Garden is located in the James A. Patton Building (the "Old Rock Store"), a 100 year old historic landmark in the Oak Hill
area of southwest Austin, TX. Family owned & operated for 14 years, we pride ourselves in providing fresh, authentic, New York style pizza to hungry Austinites.
We create each pizza pie from scratch- that includes homemade dough, original pizza sauce, & fresh cut ingredients. Because of the preparation, our thin crust gourmet pies are unique to any pizza in Austin. We also offer a full appetizer list, sandwiches, Stromboli, lasagna, & a full beer & wine list.
Our large banquet area upstairs (seats up to 50) is perfect for sports banquets, birthday parties, & rehearsal dinners.
Austin Pizza Garden provides great food in a beautiful, historic atmosphere. Come by & try out our pizza- we guarantee you'll be back again. …
What a huge disappointment! Who is runnning this place Dumb and Dumber?.
WoW! What a huge disappointment!
First night we went , we waited 40 minutes only to have our waitress tell us that the Kitchen staff had burned our Pizza, ( that?s cause the game was on in the bar and the Kitchen staff was standing around watching the game.) The second time we went in, we were told that they had to remake our Pizza because the Kitchen Staff had dropped it on the floor. So what can I say, Is this the Pizza the Best? The toppings and sauce are wonderful but the crust is hard and tough like it had been over worked. Would I go back? No cause the place has been jinxed for us. P.S. Could somebody do something about that tacky CD Player sitting on Fireplace Mantel. Ok so this place isn?t 5 star dining but come on guys get it together. It?s a shame what stupid mistakes and lack of attention can do to a restaurant.
Enjoyed the Lunch Special Pizza. I recently ate lunch here with a friend. We both loved our pizza lunch "specials". I had the cajun which just sounded good and was well, even better than expected. The lunch size personal pizza was perfect. The service was very good and friendly. If I had a complaint it was that the salad was the "bag mix" variety which contained a majority of ice berg. The dressing was good though and overall we had a very nice time.
perfect in EVERY way. zesty, tasty tomato sauce topped with fresh, tasty (not greasy or overcooked) chopped veggies and delish chunks of hearty meats, topped with the perfect amount of mozarella (not too heavy but oh so tasty)...all piled on tope of a relatively thick, but crunchy crust. it really doesn't get much better than that (obviously we ordered some kind of supreme). the large for $18 wasn't all that large, but this pizza isn't to be swallowed, it's to be savored. the homemade oil/vinegar dressing was yummy....sampled and ok'd others homemades as well. great atmosphere (rustic, yet cozy setting). what a treat. this is the place and the way to eat pizza!!
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors. The charming building, located in the southwest part of the city, is famous for thin-crust pizza.
Pizza Heaven. If there is a pizza heaven it is at Austin Pizza Garden. The pizza takes awhile to cook but it is more then worth the wait. The best pizza I have ever had.
Outstanding Pizza. This pizza is great...the colossal is my favorite...I would recommend this retaurant to anyone who loves a great pizza
Best of the Best. The best pizza this side of NYC. My wife and family eat here at least once per week. Rustic atmosphere in a National Landmark Building makes you think you are in a BBQ place, but don't let that fool you. You also have to try the Caesar salad.
Delish!. The best pizza around. I don't think I've tasted any better. Try the vegetarian- it's superb!
Pizza Elegance. It's great to enjoy a good glass of wine and a salad while my child eats a pizza that tastes like real food. The historical setting just adds to the Austin experience and is a great inexpensive place to bring out of town friends. We are regulars!
Austin Pizza Garden stands alone as far as great
gourmet pizza in Austin, Texas. Located in a wonderful, old building on the southwest side of town, you can escape the traffic and take an after dinner drive through the foot hils or out to the lake.
They have a nice beer selection. You can also bring your own wine. And, if you are into making your own pizza, you can purchase a ball of dough for next to nothing that will make 2 pizzas. This is the best, bar none.
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