Angelo's is in a strip mall in a part of town that has seen better days but we stopped here late one Saturday because not much else was open. The interior of the restaurant is straight out of the 70s--dark paneling, formica booths, melamine plates, and bizarre light fixtures. The pizza topping selections are somewhat limited, but they do wonders with what they have.
We requested a topping that wasn't in the pizza listings, but did appear in the pasta listings, and the cook was happy to oblige. The crust was thin, but not cracker-like, and cooked perfectly. Not too cheesy, not too saucy, and the veggies were still crisp--just the way they should be.
The pizzas come in various sizes from a mini personal pizza to a huge pizza enough for a crowd. We shared a ten inch pizza which was plenty adequate for two hungry people. Service was friendly; we were greeted at the door and promptly waited on. The cook accomodated our odd request and the waitress kept our drinks filled.
Angelo's is one of those oft ignored local joints that should really be patronized more. Their pizza is not cutting edge, nor is it following the latest food trends, but what it is is a great neighborhood place that offers an great product for a very fair price.
Delivery and take-out is also available. If you are in teh neighborhood, check them out. You won't be disappointed.
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