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Venezia's Pizzeria, NOT JUST Pizza, a Full Service Restaurant In Gilbert
"Love the pizza here. It's my go-to place for NY style pizza in the SE Valley. I used to be a Casanova Bros loyalist, but after a couple of not so good experiences there, I flipped to Venezia's and haven't looked back. Unlike some previous posters, I've never had an issue with the service and have always found it efficient and friendly. Also, I've never had anything here but the pizza, so I can't comment on any of the other menu items. For first timers, you can dine-in and buy slice combos so you don't have to commit to anything large right away. Once you're ready for a full pie, you'll be glad to know that they run daily specials which you can find on their website and they're always issuing coupons in those junk mailings you get. You'll find them once you get through all of the blinds and garage door service flyers. Burton W.
Phoenixâ€™s Best Pizza - Served at the best pizzeria restaurants
Dine in is currently at these 5 convenient locations!
Tempe - Our Gilbert restaurant was the very first Veneziaâ€™s to open in Arizona! When we first opened our doors, the restaurantâ€™s seating area could only accommodate up to 15 people. As our customer base grew over the years, so did our restaurant. Our Gilbert location is now large enough to comfortably seat 160 people. Stop by today to see where our famous New York style pizza got its start here in Arizona!
Mill Ave. & Southern Ave.
27 E Southern Ave.
Tempe, Arizona 85282
North Phoenix -Looking for a place to hang out in North Phoenix? Check out our newest restaurant at Tatum and Greenway! This location offers an excellent selection of beer and wine, and we even have cornhole outside on the patio. Bring a crowdâ€”with 4,000 square feet of space we can accommodate up to 160 guests! You also have the option of sitting outside on our spacious patio (except during the summer when itâ€™s 120 degrees out there, of course).
N. Tatum Blvd. & Greenway Rd.
15620 N. Tatum Blvd. Ste. 100
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
North East Mesa - Our North East Mesa location is great for residents calling in a Pizza Order and travelling home to Queen Creek or San Tan Valley on their way home. Delicious and hot, made in a way that keeps fresh all the way home. Expanded from it's original footprint, what a great place to meet off the 60 and Loop 202.
McKellips Rd. & Higley Rd.
5057 E. McKellips Rd.
Mesa, Arizona 85205
East Mesa - Our East Mesa location opened back in 2005. A few years later, it had grown so much we had to expand it! We completed expansion in 2014 to feed all of the hungry pizza lovers in East Mesa. Come visit us for lunch or dinner and enjoy our spacious new restaurant while you dine on fresh Italian food. Need a sponsor for a local sports team, or donations for your school fundraiser or charitable event? Contact us today for more information on how we can help you.
Guadalupe Rd. & Ellsworth Rd.
2721 South Ellsworth Rd #107
Mesa, Arizona 85209
Gilbert - In 2011 we moved from our Chandler location to our new, more spacious Gilbert location. With 2 Â½ times the space, we were able to accommodate all the pizza lovers in Chandler and Gilbert who were happy to have more space to bring their family and friends for lunch and dinner. This location (and our others) sponsors local sports teams in our community. We also support organizations and causes with gift cards, food, and even cash. Contact us today for more information on how we can help you with your fundraiser or charitable event.
Ray Rd. & Cooper Rd.
744 W. Ray Rd. #101
Gilbert, Arizona 85233
Domenick Montanile on the series "Breaking Bad."
Venezia's "originated in Albuquerque," explains Domenick Montanile, owner of four Venezia's in the Phoenix area. "My father started it in 1978, in a town called Rio Rancho, which is like a suburb of Albuquerque. Not big news until it appeared that someone from the Breaking Bad staff dug the pies and started delivering them to the set and that the show is set in Albuquerque. One day the staff purchased 10 pizza boxes of the 24" sized pizza, and wow, the first pizza ended up being one the show. But wait, the10 pizzas were cut, the episode called for uncut pizza, so they had to go back and get 10 more because in the episode, â€œit's not cut." Domenick said the scene resulted in lots of calls from concerned customers about whether or not the pizzerias in Albuquerque and Phoenix cut their pizzas, but he doesn't mind. Being part of the Breaking Bad world has only helped the pie chain. What started as a pizza in a scene of the popular show, â€œBreaking Badâ€ ended up being a part of Veneziaâ€™s history. A history the you can enjoy at each and every location in Arizona. Come do yourself a â€œflavorâ€ and enjoy Veneziaâ€™s New York Style pizza today!