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Aponte's Pizzeria & Family Restaurant
Pizza Restaurant$$
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312 Reading Rd Mason, OH 45040
312 Reading RoadUSOhioMason45040
(513) 336-7400apontes.net
$$Pizza Restaurant, Italian Restaurant
Pizza Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
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Today Closed
Monday ClosedTuesday 11AM–9PMWednesday 11AM–9PMThursday 11AM–9PMFriday 11AM–10PMSaturday 11AM–10PMSunday 11AM–9PM
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Italian eatery with floor-to-ceiling windows & modern decor, serving classic pies, subs & beer.- Google
"We tried garlic knots, a pepperoni pizza and a Hawaiian white sauce pizza."
"We do miss the mozzarella cheese sticks, though!"
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Pam Love
in the last week
I love Apontes. Spaghetti, meatballs, garlic knots are my faves!!! Tony prepares everything fresh, from chopping veggies by hand, homemade sauces, pizza dough, meatballs, chicken/eggplant parmigiana, CHEESECAKE!, well heck, everything is homemade, fresh, yummy. Apontes is definitely worth a try, and the best part is they're very moderately priced. Great place to take a family as well, the menu fits everybody's tastes. Oh yeah, a great beer and wine selection too! Ok, ok Tony didn't pay me to say these things, I used to work there. The food he makes is just really really good local Italian without all the pomp & circumstance. Lol Give Apontes a try
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Michael Muegel
4 months ago
HI,Brought my son in for lunch today..Food was pretty good .The bacon cook have cooked longer for the pizza.Our server was great as usual.She always gives us good service.Other servers need to watch her and learn.I think our server was Sommer..Just waited a little longer for a bill today but that didn't matter.Keep up the good work Sommer,hope to see you again soon.Thanks
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Nick Engle
a month ago
Solid service and atmosphere, pizza pretty good with lots of solid choices.
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Belinda McGregor
3 months ago
The most disgusting sauce I have EVER tasted on a pizza. The pizza box even made my trash can stink after I threw it out. I will never go back.
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Lonald D
in the last week
Great family owned restaurant, dad jokes included. The meat feast pizza ordered was delicious, but we couldn't finish because we filled up on their jumbo wings and garlic knots. I highly suggest getting an order of knots. If you get in right before 5pm you can beat the rush. 10/10 I would definitely go back the next time I'm in Mason.
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Doug Willis
3 months ago
Always stop here when we come to town to visit the crowded amusement park near by. Wish we had pizza this good in Columbus. Great Pizza, Great Staff, Great Times!!!!
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Ben Kleykamp
2 months ago
This place serves Rustic New Jersey style pizza. The owner sometimes comes and makes snarky "Jersey comments" while seated. The pizzas are large and filling.
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Richard Regan
10 months ago
Excellent East Coast pizza. Unique in Cincinnati so far as I can see and taste, despite other claims. If you don't like it, you don't understand East Coast pizza, the best in the world. This is one of the varieties (not New Haven, for example). I was until last year a life-long resident of Connecticut, and local pizza was the only thing I did not love in Cincinnati. Now, how about a hot lobster roll?