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Delivery Pizza in Austin?

MrFern May 18, 2008 06:57 PM

Any suggestions?

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  1. rudeboy RE: MrFern May 18, 2008 07:08 PM

    Not really....

    1. Bababooey RE: MrFern May 19, 2008 12:42 PM

      Ditto - good luck!

      1. amykragan RE: MrFern May 19, 2008 01:06 PM

        Are there any that aren't national chains?
        Does Reale's deliver?

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          KPeff RE: MrFern May 19, 2008 02:00 PM

          There's a local chain called Austin's Pizza that is good. Their whole wheat crust is a free option. Their ingredients are generally very fresh. The pesto sauce they serve is not strong enough, but the bbq sauce from Stubb's BBQ makes a mean bbq chicken pizza.

          Their wings never show up to my place still steaming hot. The wing sauce tastes homemade, though it uses too much butter. And you have to try their homemade "atomic ranch." There's nothing spicy about it, but the flavor is great.

          And just the other day my roommate and I had a nice pizza from Texas Pizza, Pasta, and More, which might not deliver to your area (They're on Airport near where it stops at Lamar). They serve nice 18" Jumbo pizzas, and they're as cheap as a national chain.

          The internet warned me about them, though. Some guy (I can't find the link) ordered something with seafood and then complained that it was imitation crab meat. So, ask about that before you order any seafood. And their wings weren't great.

          Austin's Pizza
          2324 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX

          Texas Pizza Pasta & More
          6929 Airport Blvd # 158, Austin, TX

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            MrFern RE: KPeff May 22, 2008 08:57 AM

            Thanks for the info!

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            mkwng RE: MrFern May 19, 2008 02:38 PM

            What part of town? East Side Pies delivers. So does Southside Flying Pizza. And Salvation Pizza, too.

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              Carter B. RE: mkwng May 19, 2008 04:47 PM

              I'm pretty sure Rounders delivers as well.

            2. thebodytx RE: MrFern May 21, 2008 01:21 PM

              If you're in NW Austin, Brooklyn Pie Company just opened on Mesa; same strip mall as Mirabelle.

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                amysuehere RE: thebodytx May 22, 2008 07:30 AM

                But they don't even go to my house, less than 5 miles away. Very limited delivery area...and very expensive pies.

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                  thebodytx RE: amysuehere May 23, 2008 07:08 AM

                  The guy behind the counter was hesitant to promise delivery to me when I gave him the address. After I gave him directions he got a lot more enthuasiastic. I don't think he knows the NW Austin geography at all. Of course, ordering three of the 18" pies may have had something to do with it <grin>.

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                pierogi RE: MrFern May 23, 2008 07:39 AM

                how is southside? we've never ordered, thogh we live off congress just north of ben white. EVERY time we order from austin's pizza, we get ours delivered cold. i do not know why this keeps happening. we complained once and got a coupon for a free pizza. yet it still comes cold every time. it is annoying because besides that, the pizza is usually delicious. it is just hard to enjoy something where the cheese is rock solid.

                im curious about trying southside but just glancing at the menu, the pizza seems pretty Xpensive.

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                  mkwng RE: pierogi May 23, 2008 08:45 AM

                  Discussion on Southside here:

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