Atlanta >Everybody's Pizza
“Great atmosphere and the best pizza around.”
“So I called and order a large pie for delivery.”
“And the red wine vinaigrette is AMAZING!”
“The food is fresh and always delicious.”
“There are also other menu items that complement the various pizzas that are offered (everybodys salad) and the cozy college atmosphere and diversity in the clientele is a testament to their popularity in the area.”
“It was a nice looking place with enough parking, especially for the area.”
“They also service excellent salads and sandwiches.”
“The lunch deals are good, if you can get in before or after the noon rush.”
Terrible food. This place is awful. The pizza tastes like cardboard and the salad couldn't be worse if they were trying. I've had to have them pack up my food several times because washing lettuce took more than an hour. I finally resolve to stop coming here. The food at the hospital cafeteria is honestly better.
Fabulous Salad Pizza - I swear!. I get the same thing every time I go - the Panzanella salad pizza (sliced chicken, sun dried tomatoes and onion on a pizza crust with pesto sauce on it and melted mozzarella) with creamy Parmesan dressing - yum!!! It feel decadent and healthy all at once (more decadent, I'm afraid).
Best pizzas. Everybody's pizza is a classic! The pizzas are amazing and the salads are big enough to share. If you're in the area, stop by to enjoy honest to goodness pizzas that are loaded with ingredients.
The definitive Atlanta pizza king pre-2009.
Had I written this review a year ago, Everybody's would be a lock for 5-stars and at the top of my best Atlanta pizza list. Since then things have changed. I've now experienced what the Atlanta pizza scene was missing in Varasano's and Antico. Both those places are just a cut above anything Atlanta had to offer before.
With that said, I still love Everybody's and always will. And it's still damn good pizza, but here it's obvious that it all starts with the toppings, which are indeed excellent. But the serious pizza man, as I've learned, knows that great pizza starts with great crust. Now I'm not saying I think Everybody's crust is bad, but it's not the highlight.
One thing I love about Everybody's (and I've only ever gone to the Decatur location) is the atmosphere. It's the quintessential laid back but not dirty hangout appropriate for college kids and/or their parents. A quick glance at the awards and plaques posted on the walls will show you how well thought of the pizza has been through the years.
I will say that it can be a bit pricey, but the weekday lunch special is among the best around. It includes an individual pizza, a salad, and a beer, wine, or soda for just $6.95. That'd be a good deal even if the pizza had never won a thing!
Still Rockin' After All These Years.
I recently grabbed a pizza and salads to go and just wanted to give a big thumbs up! Although I have been a customer for over 30 (!) yrs I still love this place. The pizza crust is unlike any other in ATL . A nice balance between thick and thin . They have tons of fresh quality toppings and really pile 'em on. The mixed field green salads are wonderful (a small is more than enough for 2 people) with great homemade dressings. The creamy parmesan-peppercorn is my fave. The bartenders (Todd and Ashley) are super friendly and never act like taking care of to-go customers is an unwelcome chore.
Even tho I have moved farther OTP over the years, this place is definitely worth the drive!
I think this place rocks veggie style!. I love this place! Best Veggie Pizza in Atlanta. I usually go to the one in Highlands but the one in Midtown is great as well.
An Atlanta tradition... everybody knows about these guys.... This place has been open since the 70's and being 23... I've been coming here since I was a tiny tot. I honestly don't care for italian because alot of the time it's just bland in my opinion... BUT.. everybodys knows what they're doing, they do it well. A little bit on the pricier side for italian (I'm frugal about dining out) ... but it is worth it... they use fresh ingredients and the pizza crust has the perfect crunch.
Good food but don't expect your "average" pizza. I like Everybody's, but we only eat there once in a while since they're menu doesn't really offer very healthy food - but it's pizza, so what can you expect? I really like their pizza sandwiches, which are basically a pizza folded in half with ingredients spilling out and a sauce to dip into. The Chicken & Cheese sandwich is very good. The pizzas are pretty good, depending on what you get. These aren't your typical tomatoey tasting pizzas - more like a pub version of California Pizza kitchen, if you're looking for a point of version. The service is usually friendly, and the Decatur location is definitely faster and better than the Va Highlands location. In particular, the bartenders are quite friendly whenever I drop in for carryout. It's not a date place, but a good local neighborhood spot to meet for a casual meal and drink. It's across the street from Emory, so there are always a lot of college kids there. If I had to choose between Everybody's and Saba around the corner, it's Everybody's, hands down. If I'm in the mood for "real" pizza, I'd probably head over to Fellini's instead.
Loyal customer since 1973. I remember when Everybody's was half the size it is today. I went there for pizza on the day that the college book store next door burned down. Everybodys was closed to assist with the emergency. Everybody's is an insititution in itself. We eat there at least 2 or 3 times each month. We bring out of town friends and family there for the special Everybody's Pizza and salad. The food is fresh and always delicious. The parmasan salad dressing is as outstanding as the pizza. The atmosphere is warm and inviting and the wait staff are always pleasant and helpful. Go there and enjoy!
This was the worst pizza I've ever had. We had it delivered - was cold when it got here. It was too spicey - the cheese tasted horrible and the crust was FAR from thin crust. All the ingredients were sitting in the middle of the pizza and to top it all off - IT WAS HORRIBLY EXPENSIVE.
I guess coming from Chicago I've been spoiled by great pizza! This place doesn't even come close. Will never eat here again.
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