Pulcinella Pizzeria & Wine Bar

★★★★☆
Awarded Best Pizza in Denver for July 2010 By 5280 Magazine
  • 1400 E Hampden Ave

    Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113

    Cross street: Near University & Hampton

    Map & Directions
  • 303-761-9917

About Pulcinella Pizzeria & Wine Bar

Hours
Mon-Sat 11am-10pm; Sun 12pm-10pm; Wine Tasting Every Thu 6:30pm-8:30pm
Special Offer
15% Off

Food

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If you're looking for the run-of-the-mill pizzaria, you're in the wrong place.

The staff is bested only by the food. Antonio's pies are the best I've ever had, and I've lived in many different cities, including New York.

If you're not in

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If you're looking for the run-of-the-mill pizzaria, you're in the wrong place.

The staff is bested only by the food. Antonio's pies are the best I've ever had, and I've lived in many different cities, including New York.

If you're not in

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This Pizzeria needs to be part of restaurant week! My girlfriend and I drive 30 min every week to go eat at Pulcinellas. After growing up in a Italian family its nice to be able to go eat somewhere and love the food as much as if my

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This Pizzeria needs to be part of restaurant week! My girlfriend and I drive 30 min every week to go eat at Pulcinellas. After growing up in a Italian family its nice to be able to go eat somewhere and love the food as much as if my

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The last reviewer must be out of his/her mind. I've been eating at this Pulcinella location since it opened in March of last year and have never received anything short of stellar service.
First of all, the temperature has never been

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The last reviewer must be out of his/her mind. I've been eating at this Pulcinella location since it opened in March of last year and have never received anything short of stellar service.
First of all, the temperature has never been

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It's too bad, really. The pizza is really good and I was excited for a good pizza place to open in Englewood/Cherry Hills. \r
Our first experience was good - the food was good, the portion sizes on the salads were really good for the price

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It's too bad, really. The pizza is really good and I was excited for a good pizza place to open in Englewood/Cherry Hills. \r
Our first experience was good - the food was good, the portion sizes on the salads were really good for the price

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My husband and I have traveled through Italy many times and this is the closest you'll get to a true Italian pizza and one of the best Italian wine selection in the city! We don't eat pizza anywhere else anymore and we've have nothing but

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My husband and I have traveled through Italy many times and this is the closest you'll get to a true Italian pizza and one of the best Italian wine selection in the city! We don't eat pizza anywhere else anymore and we've have nothing but

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After three visits, I would like to share my experiences.

Our first visit was for a happy hour cocktail. The space is small and exposed as opposed to actually intimate. The staff seemed a bit indifferent. No big deal. We left thinking it seemed like nothing special but we should try the pizza.

My second visit was to go. I called in a large pizza with a salad. When I arrived, the cook said that I was early and then placed a personal call. I sat to wait. The restaurant was really slow. I was slightly annoyed that the cook didn't start the pizza before the phone call. Anyhow, I waited for the cook to finish his phone call and start working. I finally made it home and the pizza was a bit soggy. In the end, we felt that the pizza was good not great. Again, there was nothing special about it.

For our third (and final) visit, we sat at the bar for a few cocktails and a pizza. Again, the staff was smug. We ordered martinis and the bartender shorted the second glass. He just didn't bother to top the second glass off. So odd. We looked past that and ordered beer with the pizza. The pizza was okay at best.

We really wanted this place to be great. Our neighborhood needs it. Instead, the atmosphere is exposed and uncomfortable. The staff made it feel like they were doing us a favor. In the end, it's just another pizza place in a strip mall on Hampden.

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★★☆☆☆

After three visits, I would like to share my experiences.

Our first visit was for a happy hour cocktail. The space is small and exposed as opposed to actually intimate. The staff seemed a bit indifferent. No big deal. We left thinking it seemed like nothing special but we should try the pizza.

My second visit was to go. I called in a large pizza with a salad. When I arrived, the cook said that I was early and then placed a personal call. I sat to wait. The restaurant was really slow. I was slightly annoyed that the cook didn't start the pizza before the phone call. Anyhow, I waited for the cook to finish his phone call and start working. I finally made it home and the pizza was a bit soggy. In the end, we felt that the pizza was good not great. Again, there was nothing special about it.

For our third (and final) visit, we sat at the bar for a few cocktails and a pizza. Again, the staff was smug. We ordered martinis and the bartender shorted the second glass. He just didn't bother to top the second glass off. So odd. We looked past that and ordered beer with the pizza. The pizza was okay at best.

We really wanted this place to be great. Our neighborhood needs it. Instead, the atmosphere is exposed and uncomfortable. The staff made it feel like they were doing us a favor. In the end, it's just another pizza place in a strip mall on Hampden.

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The last reviewer was either drunk on wine has a bizarre aversion to brocolli similar to George H.W. Bush. This is an amazing restaurant--intimate setting, great wine bar, and perhaps most importantly, some of the best pizza in the city. The N.Y. style is, by far, better than Anthony's and Lil' Ricci's. The owners/managers are more than accomodating. This place gets my unconditional representation.

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★★★★★

The last reviewer was either drunk on wine has a bizarre aversion to brocolli similar to George H.W. Bush. This is an amazing restaurant--intimate setting, great wine bar, and perhaps most importantly, some of the best pizza in the city. The N.Y. style is, by far, better than Anthony's and Lil' Ricci's. The owners/managers are more than accomodating. This place gets my unconditional representation.

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Don't bother with the Thursday night wine tasting. It was advertised as wine tasting with antipasta and pizza. Previoulsy I had stopped in and had a slice of pizza and thought it was pretty good. So... I talked my friends into meeting there for some pizza and wine. Although the antipasta was good (all veggies). The pizza was HORRIBLE. Broccoli and pepperoni!!! What the heck! I figure the chef was trying to get rid of broccoli about to go bad! Talk about making the customer feel like an after thought! The only way I will be going back there to eat will be to get individual slices to go.

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★★★☆☆

Don't bother with the Thursday night wine tasting. It was advertised as wine tasting with antipasta and pizza. Previoulsy I had stopped in and had a slice of pizza and thought it was pretty good. So... I talked my friends into meeting there for some pizza and wine. Although the antipasta was good (all veggies). The pizza was HORRIBLE. Broccoli and pepperoni!!! What the heck! I figure the chef was trying to get rid of broccoli about to go bad! Talk about making the customer feel like an after thought! The only way I will be going back there to eat will be to get individual slices to go.

 

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