I usually had lunch at little italy when I am working at school. The pizza and salad is good taste with a fair price. Not only me, lots of my friends like it.
Every single kind of Pizza in little Italy is so delicious and price is pretty reasonable. Especially, little Italy pizza is way more delicious with beer. Good place to eat and drink when watching football game!
Great beer prices via pitcher, bottle or can at $6, $2.25 or $3.00 depending on domestic or imported and $1.25 per cup of draft with good pizza, calzones an Stromboli. Good way to spend lunch on game day while watching other games. Nice atmosphere on magnolia. Enjoy Little Italy!
If you are looking for good pizza, ice cold beer, friendly folks, and ample seating (okay, so that one may be a stretch) this is THE place! Real cheese, not some corporate cheese food by-product, is crafted into these gems.. Bring your friends and have a great time because the prices are right...
Everyone in our party ordered individual slices of pizza. The slices are huge and come with plenty of toppings. I really liked the sauce. The sauce was a little spicey but not overwhelming.
I had a positive experience yesterday at Little Italy. Positive-Yes. But I wasn't overwhelmed. But perhaps my expectations were a bit too high. I was motivated to give it a try after reading several positive reviews. In addition, failure at other local Italian restaurants, and little traffic around campus made for the opportunity. Right off the bat I was fortunate... More
While it may not equal true "Jersey" pizza, Little Italy simply has the best pizza in Auburn! Nice atmosphere & good service. However, parking is a real problem. "Downtown" Auburn has limited parking and there are parking meters almost everywhere. Prices may be a dollar or two higher than some of its competitors, but it's well worth the additional cost.
We visited during A-day. It was nice to go somewhere that served by the slice for the kiddos or someone not so hungry. They had several beers on tap and numerous ones in the bottle. The pizza was delicious for my 4 year old, my stromboli was awesome, and my wife's calzone was excellent also. I would definitely recommend.
There are only a few Little Italy's around. Cheap pizza $2 a slice. Don't go on Wednesday nights or after 7 or 8 if you have kids. It is a party scene the later it gets. They are open late if you have the midnight munchies.
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