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Lorenzo & Son Pizza
Pizza Restaurant$
Today 11:00 am – 3:00 am
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305 South St Philadelphia, PA 19147
305 South StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19147
(215) 800-1942lorenzoandsons.com
$Pizza Restaurant, Italian RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 3:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 3:00 amTuesday 11:00 am – 3:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 3:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 4:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 4:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 3:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 3:00 am
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A massive mural of its namesake marks this late-night takeout for jumbo cheese slices & varied pies.- Google
"$3.50 for the biggest slice of pizza is pretty good."
"Great for what it is, a greasey late night slice of pizza on South Street."
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Thomas Bojanowski
a month ago
Awesome as always. Biggest n best slices in Philly. I Recommened it to people all the time who has never been there and they always thank me later on. 10 stars in my book. Just as good at the new location in the Wells Fargo center. Philly LoVE
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Jennifer Russell
3 months ago
The best pizza in Philly hands down. Huge cheese slices. I prefer going to the one on South Street (the original location.) There's locations inside the Wells Fargo center. It's $7.25 a slice and they skimp on the cheese. I'd rather get my pizza fix from the original location at $3.50 a slice.
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Steve Brown
5 months ago
I grew up in and around NYC, and always loved that "Gotham pizza" taste. Lorenzo's On South Street is the only pizza shop in Philly that has that same great taste. I find the slices a bit expensive, but at least they are large. I would visit more often if they were a bit more affordable. Service is always mostly friendly and very efficient. Overall: 5 out of 5 stars.
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Andrij Harasewych
3 months ago
A South Street staple, I can't think of any night on South Street that didn't end in a slice of Lorenzo's pizza. Well, except for after the fire - but now - in the new location - better than ever!
Potter Shigeo
a month ago
Big slices, average taste, little on the expensive side but it is wut it is. I've had better on the same strip on south st. let alone in other areas of philly n jersey as well. 2 many people get caught up with the size n name in my opinion. Be prepared to stand in line on certain nights. Quality over quantity people!
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Wali
3 months ago
I used to loooooove this place man! Now I just eat pizzahut stuffed crust 😏.. But back in the day, which is about 7 years ago man I would come here & get 2 huge slices for about $5 .. They seriously have the largest slices of pizza you'll find in Phila and its delicious! Oh yeah the line is usually ridiculous, once the weather gets warm expect to be in a long a** line.
Nina T
4 months ago
I went there Friday 1-2-15 night the other pizza place was closing up it was 9:30 pm. So I said why not give them a try again after they opened up. This pizza, big nasty slices. Pizza did not taste like anything. Sauce didn't taste like tomatoes and cheese must have been cheap mozzarella. So does not taste as well as it did before they closed down. I see people giving this place four stars. I don't know why, might be friends or something or just loyal and it left a tinny after taste. Didn't even it the whole slice it was like the biggest slice of pizza I have seen in my entire life. Too bad it didn't taste good.
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Joseph Lutz
6 months ago
I'm from Washington state and was visiting nearby so we stopped in to try a slice seeing how we don't have places like this back home. $3.50 for the biggest slice of pizza is pretty good. Only had cheese but boy was it good.