Dave (the owner) is such a nice guy and making sure you will be satisfied! Great pizza as well! Just go there.
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Authentic NY pizza! Crispy, made to order, awesome Italian salad and the real deal New York Cheesecake. The owner is friendly, eager to please, and really from the bronx and knows his legit Italian food. A real find, and I highly recommend!!!
This was easily one of the best meals we had on the island. I will make a disclaimer that I am allergic to shell fish and dislike fish. We ordered meatballs and wings as an appetizer. There were 3 meatballs and plenty of sauce. The...More
People working are super nice, service was great. Small location, but the pizza was still really good and a good price compared to other places we’ve dined on the island.
My wire and I went one evening, om the advice from Tripadvisor. We were the only one om the premises, ordered three things. The pizza came after 40 minutes, the spagetti never came. Or it came as we were leaving, and we sent it back...More
Stopped by to grab carry out for lunch. Order ready quickly. Had a two topping pizza and order of onion rings. Also got the NY cheesecake for later. Pizza had a light thin crust that was crisp not at all soggy. Just enough sauce that...More
Had a Pesto chicken pizza and it was good. Friendly staff and lots of space to sit outside. We brought some beers with us to enjoy and they seemed cool with it.
My wife and I came to this pizza shop 17 years ago and 10 years ago. This is our 3rd time to the island and we couldn’t miss Giannotto’s. It is so good. I love their food.
I like the taste of their food, but it’s pricy. I ordered their cheese pizza ($18) which is like a thin crust fire baked. I had their Philly cheesesteak ($8) and side of fries ($4), the sandwich was really small for the price. I ordered...More
This was the night of Wailuku First Friday so they were very busy & they were doing a lot of carry out orders. We ordered a pizza and originally waited in their outdoor seating area. Unfortunately the mosquitoes were so bad we had to move...More