Tucson >Rosati's Pizza
The best Tucson has to offer. Which isn't saying much. It's pricey, but good. Service is always excellent. There are slim pickings when it comes to pizza in Tucson, and this is as good as it gets. Were this place in NY, I would still give them 4 stars. They lose a star for price. I know the good ingredients are not too cheap, and they need to charge more for less volume...but still. Maybe if it wasn't so expensive, more people would buy it.
Great food here!. Rosati's has fantastic pizza and fast service. They are a little pricey, but the quality makes us keep coming back for more!
Fatty wings and thin square pizza?.
We have moved here from Buffalo, NY and love both that city and our new one, Tucson. We are trying to find good pizza and good wings here. Rosati's though a nice place is not serving good pizza or authentic Buffalo wings.
The pizza we are looking for is a tender, medium crust, crusty on the bottom. Rosat's have a couple but we had their standard thin one which was skimpy on the sauce, cheese and pepperoni considering the price. The flavor was a bit too spicy and we are looking for someone who has a more tangy sauce and pepperoni like Margherita's. Also slice like a pie please. These little squares are like finger food at a cocktail party. Buffalo wings are deep fried and come mild, medium, hot and varying degrees of extra hot. Rosati's were rubbery and greasy and too hot for what we ordered. Google "Original Anchor Bar Recipe" and you will get the recipe. I could not get the website on this note.
(By the way they always come with blue cheese and celery and/or carrot sticks.)
The journey continues and though we have been told by other upstate New Yorkers you will not find NY pizza nor pork hotdogs in this city (Yes, Phoenix does have pork hot dogs and a thriving business, Ted's) we will keep hoping. We do love much of Tucson's food (yum!) so we will survive and Rosati's may have other good items. But won't someone try to make the wings they way they are supposed to be? Thanks!
Hope your meal wasn't our messed up order.... We placed an order for a family sized chicken parmigiana for the family. Received our order an hour and a half later to which we found it was a small chicken parmigiana order. We immediately placed a call back to the restaurant to which we were told it was relayed wrong but we had to pay for the difference between the two sizes. This was somewhat understandable from a cheap company standpoint. The straw that broke the camel?s back was that we were also told that it would take another hour or so to get back out AND not to eat the small chicken parmigiana order because they would replace it with the family size and would take BACK the small order! I assume they were planning to send that back out as an order to another unsuspecting family. Caveat emptor to folks who don?t want leftovers from a screwed up order!
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