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484 Moreland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030733.767497 -84.349467
Monday To Thursday From 11:30 PM To 10:30 PM Friday To Saturday From 11:30 PM To 11:30 PM Sunday From 12:00 PM To 10:30 PM
Neighborhoods: Eastside, Eastside, Inman Park
Come here for a laid back atmosphere. The pizza is decent and the fountain drinks are served in giant cups.
nice atmosphere, good food – L5P's is a cool place to hang out. for young eccentrics.. and normally when I'm in the area, I eat at Savage Pizza even though there's Fellini's (on Ponce) and L5P (near Euclid) pizza as well... they are pretty good too. I always go to Savage, their wait staff is nice and mellow ... the pizza is good and so are their calzones and subs. I recommend a veggie sub for vegetarians or a bolognese pizza for newbies/// simply because the red wine infused sauce has many layers of flavor. Bolognese: red wine marinara, italian sausage, red onions and sun dried tomatoes. If the weather is nice, sit out on the patio and chill out.
unreliable delivery, bad sauce – We just ordered from Savage and we were very disappointed. The crust was not crispy at all, which was probably a result of the pizza sitting in the box for an hour while it was waiting to be delivered. Savage quotes us 45 minutes for delivery and ended up taking an hour and a half. The pizza was cold and soggy by the time it arrived. Our home is literally one left turn away from Savage, yet the driver had a difficult time finding it. Also, we chose the red wine marinara sauce and it had a very odd flavor to it, almost as if cinnamon had been added. With all the pizza choices in Atlanta, we'll go somewhere else next time.
Excellent pizza, very casual setting – I have been to Savage Pizza twice over the past couple of months and have loved it both times. The pizza there was excellent - we ordered the Cajun both times because it was so good, and the caesar salad was really yummy and has a huge portion. We ordered chicken on the caesar both times and they put lots of chicken breast on top it. The atmosphere is very casual - good for friends or your family, not so much for a date. Our service the first time was a little shaky - she didn't come around much and had a bit of an attitude, but we had a different server the second time and she was pretty good. She checked on us just enough times and was pleasant.
BEST PIS IN TOWN!!! – THIS IS THE BEST PIE IN TOWN YOU CANNOT FIND A BETTER PIECE OF PIE IN THE CITY.
I LOVE THE SAPCE THE PEOPLE THE CHOICE OF TOPPINGS AND THE CARE THEY PUT INTO WHAT THE CREATE.
Above Average Pizza In LF5! – We always love to drop into Savage Pizza, when playing in LF5. It has it's own unique funkiness, and servers. Pies are thin crusted, with good sauce and toppings. Don't expect any special service here. Just go with the flow. Call ahead for pick-up, if in the area. Parking can be a little tight.
Best Pizza – The scene is kind of hip and trendy, but the pizza is really good. I have been back countless times and it never disappoints.
Great pizza, bad service – I agree that the pizza was great but our waitress was very rude. She would bring out our food or drinks (which took forever) and never spoke or smiled. If you're not a friendly person, you probably shouldn't have a customer service type job. Next time, I will order my pizza for pick-up!
BEST PIZZA EVER! – Savage is absolutely the best and most original pizza place in Atlanta! The specials are always great.
Calzones star in this playful Little Five Points pizza joint. – In Short
Poodle-Dome toys on the tables and superheroes hanging from the ceiling set a goofy tone in this small, colorful dining room. Thin-crust is the only style of pizza offered, with a battery of unusual ingredients and specialty pies to choose from. Calzones are light, crispy and flavorful--they enclose an intense mixture of ricotta, Gruyere, mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses. Salads, such as a promising chicken Caesar, boast fresh-tasting ingredients.
Best Pizza in Town – Savage is an amazing secert in the Atl. pizza scene. Much better than any of the chains (local or national). My boyfriend will be so mad that I am giving away our specialty, but here it is: order the spicey red pepper sauce, roasted garlic and chevre cheese. Every other week there is a $2 off coupon for Savage in Creative Loafing and you can download them from the Savage website. Use the coupons, Savage ain't cheap but it's good. Pick up a pizza then head to the Starlight Drive-In!
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