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Antico Pizza
Pizza Restaurant$$
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1093 Hemphill Ave Atlanta, GA 30318
1093 Hemphill AveUSGeorgiaAtlanta30318
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Busy family-run pizzeria near Georgia Tech known for brick-oven pies, with communal seating & BYOB.- Google
"Antico is the go-to Atlanta destination for authentic Italian pizza."
"Very authentic Napoli style pizza, very casual."
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Noma Chandler
in the last week
Let me preface this review by saying that I'm not a fan of pizza in general. Having said that, I'm Probably gonna be coming back to Antico. It's a simple menu. You choose between red sauce or white sauce pizzas. This place serves thin crust pizza. The toppings range from simple to sophisticated. The magic, however, is in their wood burning brick ovens. It leaves a distinct flavor to your pizza. Thinking about it makes me hungry. I think I'll try the white anchovies next visit. Plenty of parking behind the building. They have an adjacent Italian pastry cafe next door. Highly recommended.
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yong suh
2 months ago
Disappointing! They made the interior dingy and failed to pass the taste test. With all the great reviews, I expected something great. I grew up in NYC and I can honestly say that Antico is below par to majority of the pizzerias up in NYC. Yes, Antico might be one of the better pizzeria in Atlanta, but for me, it's not worth driving more than 10 minutes. The cheese, sauce and toppings were slightly above average. And the crust was visually and texture wise pleasant, but the taste was bland. The crust on all 3 different topping pies were garbage! Change the formula on the dough to improve the taste.
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Gianluca Mele
4 months ago
I've visited Antico Pizza twice. Pizza is real Italian style. Very high quality ingrdients. The place is not fancy but fun and the crowd pretty young.
Jasper Jones
a month ago
Pretty good pizza, but overpriced and the chunky girl in glasses with the small afro taking orders today at the counter May 25, 2015 about 6:30 could not have been much less friendly and seemingly annoyed to actually do her job and then get snarky when we had a little trouble deciding what we wanted to drink.
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Nick Gover
a month ago
Stopped in here on a whim one night while I was in town on business. I'm sure glad that I did as it was better than I could have imagined. Ordered the Diavola and the San Gennaro, both were absolutely fantastic. Great, quality toppings and crust that was the right amount of fluffy and chewy inside and crispy with a slight char on the outside. It was super busy, long line and tables full but since the pies come out lightning quick (seriously like 2-3 minutes from order to table) seating turns over pretty fast. I definitely recommend if your around the West Side or Midtown.
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Alex Chu
2 months ago
This is the most legit pizza you will get if you wan't some good italian pizza in ATL. If you like your papa johns or pizza hut, don't bother coming here. Well, maybe not; you should still come here so you know what real pizza is. Start off with the margherita. Plain and simple. Basil, tomatoes and mozz. If you're looking for some meat, try the San Gennaro. Ingredient list: salsiccia, sweet red pepper, bufala, cipolline. Read: mozzarella, delicious sausage, caramelized onions and slightly hot and sweet peppers.
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James Lindsay
in the last week
Pizza was greasy and burnt on the bottom. Drinks were over priced, I bottles and not real cold. Ordered two pizzas and they came out at different times.
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Adam Weaver
5 months ago
A great place to find fresh made pizza in Atlanta! Upon entry, it looks really simple, but the food was amazing and it was really cool to see the workers making the pizzas right in front of you! I've tried a couple of their pizzas and both were excellent! It was incredible how each had a very distinct flavor despite the fact that they were very similar ingredients-wise. I highly recommend this place!