Today we stopped by Little Azio and had a great experience. The waiter was very accommodating and the food was great. We will definitely be back.
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We've been going to Little Azio for several years. One thing I can say is the food has been consistent. The pizza is thin crust and they offer several versions. The pasta dishes are tasty as well. Food is prepared to order but there is...More
Hubby had a medical procedure, then we scurried home to get the house ready for a real estate showing, packed up all four dogs, and headed to Little Azio for a pizza. If there is better pizza anywhere around our neighborhood, we cannot imagine. We...More
Nothing special, but reliably good. Pizza, sandwiches and other food are prepared quickly and for a fair price. The restaurant is clean.
Only went for lunch, and loved their personal pizzas. They are large, homemade and very yummy. They also have great salads and sandwiches for lunch. Great place for kids for lunch.
It was good but nothing like the original Azio. Not in service or lack of service & the food just was not anything near as good as the very popular Azio. The food is better than take out but it doesn't measure up to AZIO.
This is a really nice place in a wonderful location. Staff is friendly, menu has some interesting items. Unfortunately the food is only mediocre, I have eaten at one other restaurant of this chain in Atlanta and have noticed the same issue. I do like...More
This is actually a nice, quiet place with good service and what looks like a good menu. However, the food is just blah. Chicken wrap with mozzarella and marinara sauce was very bland. Sauce tasted like it was right out of a Ragu jar. Another...More
This was absolutely an amazing surprise. I was headed somewhere else but they were closed. The place is immaculate, and the atmosphere is contemporary decor. Everything looks new. The lemon pepper wings and pepperoni pizza was great. I will be back at least million more...More