Feraro's Jersey Style Pizza

★★★★★
  • 925 Geyer Ave

    St Louis, MO 63104

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  • 314-588-8345

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Amazing pizza! My friend and I try to come about once a month. Normally during the week so there is hardly ever a wait. I have told many about the pizza and once they try it seem to agree that it is by far the best! Its a fun place, before you get your food you can sit chat and color all over the table cloths. It's open late and they deliver, can't get much better.

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★★★★★

Amazing pizza! My friend and I try to come about once a month. Normally during the week so there is hardly ever a wait. I have told many about the pizza and once they try it seem to agree that it is by far the best! Its a fun place, before you get your food you can sit chat and color all over the table cloths. It's open late and they deliver, can't get much better.

Pros: Fast, good price, convienent

Cons: closed on Mondays

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Very friendly staff, the outdoor patio is perfect and shaded, and the pizza is amazing. The garlic cheese bread is delicious too! It has a very homey feel with paper plates and styrofoam cups. We loved it and will recommend it to anyone!

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★★★★★

Very friendly staff, the outdoor patio is perfect and shaded, and the pizza is amazing. The garlic cheese bread is delicious too! It has a very homey feel with paper plates and styrofoam cups. We loved it and will recommend it to anyone!

Pros: Great Food, Great Service

Cons: Very small location

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One can try the Hill, or go to Chicago, or to the Jersey Boardwalk, but there is nothing like Feraro's Pizza.
I travel the country and this is pizza at its best. St. Louis get out to Feraro'S there is nothing like it and this is the real thing! It makes Imo's seem like a cracker with sauce and cheese.
I can not wait to get back.....Oh and the Taylor ham , wow is this something special.
You have done St. Louis proud.

2
★★★★★

One can try the Hill, or go to Chicago, or to the Jersey Boardwalk, but there is nothing like Feraro's Pizza.
I travel the country and this is pizza at its best. St. Louis get out to Feraro'S there is nothing like it and this is the real thing! It makes Imo's seem like a cracker with sauce and cheese.
I can not wait to get back.....Oh and the Taylor ham , wow is this something special.
You have done St. Louis proud.

Pros: Best Pizza I've had in years

Cons: I wish there was one in California

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Ate at Feraro's for the first time last week and my wife and I are kicking ourselves that we never found it sooner. The restaurant is small as there are only about 7 or 8 tables, so it might be tight on a weekend. But the pizza is worth it. The sauce is tangy and the crust is soft and chewy. If you are someone who likes spinach on their pizza beware it is canned spinach. Feraro's is very similar in flavor to East Coast Pizza in the Chesterfield Valley. Also, the restaurant is non-smoking, which is great, but when the employees step outside to smoke and hold the door open, it sort of defeats the purpose. Fantastic pizza experience though.

2
★★★★☆

Ate at Feraro's for the first time last week and my wife and I are kicking ourselves that we never found it sooner. The restaurant is small as there are only about 7 or 8 tables, so it might be tight on a weekend. But the pizza is worth it. The sauce is tangy and the crust is soft and chewy. If you are someone who likes spinach on their pizza beware it is canned spinach. Feraro's is very similar in flavor to East Coast Pizza in the Chesterfield Valley. Also, the restaurant is non-smoking, which is great, but when the employees step outside to smoke and hold the door open, it sort of defeats the purpose. Fantastic pizza experience though.

Pros: quality of pizza, friendly staff

Cons: canned spinach as a topping, smoke from outside comes inside

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I found this gem of a joint tucked away in a city neighborhood. The atmosphere was quite nice with a jersey theme and music playing from artists specifically from new jersey. We ordered a traditional sausage and pepperoni pie and a house salad. The salad was plenty big for 2 people with home-made croutons and tons of goodies. The pizza came out piping hot. When I picked up my first piece the cheese was clinging to the others just like in a commercial. The sausage was definitely home made and the pepperoni was excellent. The crust was perfectly done with a nice crisp bottom and a soft center. I am so glad we found this place. It is a nice change from your "typical st. louis style pizza" I overheard another customer talking about the ham sandwich is the best ever. I will definitely try that on my next visit.

2
★★★★★

I found this gem of a joint tucked away in a city neighborhood. The atmosphere was quite nice with a jersey theme and music playing from artists specifically from new jersey. We ordered a traditional sausage and pepperoni pie and a house salad. The salad was plenty big for 2 people with home-made croutons and tons of goodies. The pizza came out piping hot. When I picked up my first piece the cheese was clinging to the others just like in a commercial. The sausage was definitely home made and the pepperoni was excellent. The crust was perfectly done with a nice crisp bottom and a soft center. I am so glad we found this place. It is a nice change from your "typical st. louis style pizza" I overheard another customer talking about the ham sandwich is the best ever. I will definitely try that on my next visit.

Pros: Freindly atmosphere,great food

Cons: Kinda small so if you have a big party call ahead

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Now you know I have to stay true to my STL roots and say that I love Imo's, but Feraro's is quite possibly the best pizza I have ever had!! Tried it for the first time this weekend, and I will never go anywhere else after this. There is a perfect amount of cheese, and the sauce is incredible!! I wish it was located a bit closer to my house, but after this weekend, I just might think about moving to Soulard :)

2
★★★★★

Now you know I have to stay true to my STL roots and say that I love Imo's, but Feraro's is quite possibly the best pizza I have ever had!! Tried it for the first time this weekend, and I will never go anywhere else after this. There is a perfect amount of cheese, and the sauce is incredible!! I wish it was located a bit closer to my house, but after this weekend, I just might think about moving to Soulard :)

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I've lived here my entire life, and can honestly say I've been EVERYWHERE! I know quality when i see (taste) it. I think in the year or so that Feraro's has been open I've eaten there more times than any other pizzeria my whole life. I'm a fan of plain cheese slices. It's gotten to the point where I don't even let them put them back in the oven to cook fully, which coincedentally, I highly recommend. The Taylor Ham sandwich is DELICIOUS! I actually had to get talked into ordering it by one of the staff, I couldn't believe what I was missing. As weird as this sounds, lately I've been dipping my slices in mustard. Hear me out, don't knock it until you try it. I saw that the Post Dispatch ran a pretty good article on it a couple of weeks ago, and I would assume that's why my last few visits there seemed like visits to a crazy house. I was there two weekends in a row and had to wait a little bit more than usual. It was a little annoying, but I guess that's the price you pay when everyone finds out about your little secret place. On the plus side, the owner was gracious enough to offer everyone 50% off their next visit and apologized for the waiting time. You know a place is good when it is that packed

2
★★★★★

I've lived here my entire life, and can honestly say I've been EVERYWHERE! I know quality when i see (taste) it. I think in the year or so that Feraro's has been open I've eaten there more times than any other pizzeria my whole life. I'm a fan of plain cheese slices. It's gotten to the point where I don't even let them put them back in the oven to cook fully, which coincedentally, I highly recommend. The Taylor Ham sandwich is DELICIOUS! I actually had to get talked into ordering it by one of the staff, I couldn't believe what I was missing. As weird as this sounds, lately I've been dipping my slices in mustard. Hear me out, don't knock it until you try it. I saw that the Post Dispatch ran a pretty good article on it a couple of weeks ago, and I would assume that's why my last few visits there seemed like visits to a crazy house. I was there two weekends in a row and had to wait a little bit more than usual. It was a little annoying, but I guess that's the price you pay when everyone finds out about your little secret place. On the plus side, the owner was gracious enough to offer everyone 50% off their next visit and apologized for the waiting time. You know a place is good when it is that packed

Pros: AMAZING food, friendly staff, late hours

Cons: parking can sometimes be a drag on weekends, expect to a wait a little on weekends

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When Feraro's say's "Jersey Style Pizza", they mean Jersey Style Pizza ! I'm from New Jersey and have lived in the Midwest now for 10 years and love it . I have however ,missed the pizza , it's just not the same out here, until now ! Hats off to Feraro's. If you've never had Jersey style pizza and think your a pizza lover, you have to try Feraro's.

2
★★★★★

When Feraro's say's "Jersey Style Pizza", they mean Jersey Style Pizza ! I'm from New Jersey and have lived in the Midwest now for 10 years and love it . I have however ,missed the pizza , it's just not the same out here, until now ! Hats off to Feraro's. If you've never had Jersey style pizza and think your a pizza lover, you have to try Feraro's.

Pros: Clean, Inexpensive, Nice area

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The best east coast style pizza in St. Louis. Tons of options. Great pizza when you want something besides St. Louis style pizza.

Outside patio is great when the weather is nice. Open until after the bars close on Fridays and Saturdays.

Only thing, have them hold the garlic on their specialty pizzas. It can be overpowering.

2
★★★★★

The best east coast style pizza in St. Louis. Tons of options. Great pizza when you want something besides St. Louis style pizza.

Outside patio is great when the weather is nice. Open until after the bars close on Fridays and Saturdays.

Only thing, have them hold the garlic on their specialty pizzas. It can be overpowering.

Pros: Service, Outside Dining

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If you are from the metropolitan New York- New Jersey area, you will love this pizza. We just moved to St. Louis and were longing for "jersey" pizza. We found it at Feraro's and there is great Jersey atmosphere, too. We love the ST. Louis area, but missed good pizza. We are happy to have found Feraro's!!!

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★★★★★

If you are from the metropolitan New York- New Jersey area, you will love this pizza. We just moved to St. Louis and were longing for "jersey" pizza. We found it at Feraro's and there is great Jersey atmosphere, too. We love the ST. Louis area, but missed good pizza. We are happy to have found Feraro's!!!

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The best pizza I've had in years!!!!!! The crust is fantastic!!!!!

2
★★★★★

The best pizza I've had in years!!!!!! The crust is fantastic!!!!!

Pros: Great Pizza, Nice Patio, Friendly Staff

 

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