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1040 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030633.783429 -84.354561
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Virginia Highland, Northeast
Great Pizza and People Watching Place – We finished our night at Everybody's Pizza. The energy is alway good and the pizza even better. We were fortunate to get a seat by the front window, so great for people watching in the Highlands. You can't go wrong at Everybody's!
Best Pizza Place in Atlanta – Holy Mother this is good pizza! If you're looking for great pizza...you have most definitely found the place! Everybody's pizza has been around Atlanta since the early '70s, and that kind of staying power is hard earned and well deserved! Everybody's has...
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Great pizza fast – I love Everybodys!!! Their pizza is excellent, as are their pizza salads ( salad on top of cheese pizza)- try the thai salad, and their pizza sandwhiches are great too. I would recommend this to anyone. Good beer selection too- could be better, but theres always taco mac down the street.
Expensive Pizza, Average Quallity – Everybody's Pizza has decent pizza at a costly price. The atmosphere is below-average and the enviroment smells bad. The service is good but that does not make up for the food and looks of the restuarant.
Do Not Miss the Pizza Sandwich – Pizzas: great. Salads: huge. Service: friendly. Atmosphere: cool. Beer: cold. All the good reviews of this place are correct, but the clear standout is the pizza sandwich. The Chicken & Cheese w/ Bacon was shockingly delicious and so big you can gorge yourself and still take a piece home. It's a shame to call this work of art a sandwich. Wow.
Superb!! – The best pizza in the world! I have never been so impressed in my life.
Health-food consciousness blends with gourmet aspirations at this forever-cool intown pizza parlor. – In Short
A step above the kind of place where you hop off your skateboard for a plain slice and a Coke, Everybody's doubles as a neighborhood standby and a well-behaved college hangout (no chugging contests). Both the Emory and Highlands locations showcase the classic pizza parlor decorative motif: weird art next to giant beer signs. Everybody's serves thinking-man's pizza that emphasizes "gourmet" ingredients and a modest health-food sensibility. The traditional thick-crust pies can be built out with anything from broccoli to pineapple to sesame seeds (though a standard issue sausage pie is ultimately more reliable). More promising still are individually-sized pizza crisps and quaintly innovative pizza sandwiches, both of which sport a consistently crunchy cracker-thin crust. Big winners include the tangy Florentine crisp and the hefty country chicken pizza sandwich with its rustic triple punch of pesto, roasted garlic and goat cheese.
pizza,beer,oh my! – got to love this place,the best beers and lots of good eats for the money. also the people were fun!
Simpl;y the Best!!! – I love the atmosphere and the salads are the best. We dont mind traveling the 20 miles from home just to taste the original pizzas. Even though they advertise that the salads are "individual", it is actually enough food for 2 people. My husband and I can get absolutely stuffed for about $25.00. This place is a real treat.
lotsa cash... – cash or credit - don't enter without plenty of it. A visitor from a town with pizza places on every other block - I was shocked at the prices they wanted for a pie. The chicken salad was served on huge mounds of iceberg lettuce with an occasional carrot sliver & the blue cheese dressing was norm. The lasagne offered lots of cheese with overcooked noodles. the pleasant surprise was the grilled veggie sandwich which was big enough for two and served on-unbelievably- a decent bread (although foccacia it was NOT) - but the side of bagged chips was boring and bland. overall - decor was typical college town, plenty of beer on tap, service was decent but food prices were high for normal fare. Parents must wince at food bills here.
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