Amici's East Coast Pizzeria

★★★★☆
  • 790 Castro Street

    Mountain View, CA 94041

    Map & Directions
  • 650-961-6666

About Amici's East Coast Pizzeria

Categories
  • Pizza Restaurants
  • Italian Restaurants
  • Food Delivery
Details
  • $
  • Family Style Dining
  • Food Delivery
  • Lunch Spot
Hours
M-Th 11:30am-10pm, F-Sa 11:30am-11pm, Su 11:30am-10pm
Year Established
  • 1987
Keywords
  • amici's pizza
  • Amici's
  • thin crust pizza
  • amici's east coast pizzeria
  • east coast pizza
  • new york style pizza
  • italian food
  • spaghetti
  • bay area pizza
  • pizza delivery
  • meatballs
  • chicken wings
Payment Options
  • Cash

Food

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Our Menu

PIZZAS

ADDITIONAL TOPPINGS:

    STARTERS & SIDES

      SALADS

        PASTAS

          DESSERT

            SANDWICHES

            Sandwiches are served on our rustic house-made bread. Sandwich rolls are shaped by hand, slow-proofed in small batches, and baked in our brick ovens daily. (Served until 3 pm.)

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                I think they have wonderful pizza, great service but not ny style pizza really, i think its a nice choice for families to go to and take their kids. I wouldn't go here on a date but i ordered take out and the pizza was delicious. I especially like the vegetarian

                4
                ★★★★☆

                I think they have wonderful pizza, great service but not ny style pizza really, i think its a nice choice for families to go to and take their kids. I wouldn't go here on a date but i ordered take out and the pizza was delicious. I especially like the vegetarian

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                //testing out this feature//\nI do like Amicis for weekday late night pizza. Their pastas are decent too. The staff is friendly and service is quick. mainly its family friendly. They have a kids menu and our kid will stay still there!

                2
                ★★★★☆

                //testing out this feature//\nI do like Amicis for weekday late night pizza. Their pastas are decent too. The staff is friendly and service is quick. mainly its family friendly. They have a kids menu and our kid will stay still there!

                Pros: the ambience is casual and family friendly

                Cons: not the best of best pizza's but decent quality

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                but i don't know how "east coast" it is. This is a great place to go with a group and share 3 of four of their creative and taste combinations. The pastas a decent, and you get a lot. It can be a little pricey but it's worth it if you a craving quality.

                3
                ★★★☆☆

                but i don't know how "east coast" it is. This is a great place to go with a group and share 3 of four of their creative and taste combinations. The pastas a decent, and you get a lot. It can be a little pricey but it's worth it if you a craving quality.

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                Most people i know love this place. I personally think that this place is over rated . the pizzas and pastas are just ok not great or excellent .One thing though , they do deliver the food quickly ,

                1
                ★★★☆☆

                Most people i know love this place. I personally think that this place is over rated . the pizzas and pastas are just ok not great or excellent .One thing though , they do deliver the food quickly ,

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                Tried Amici's this week based on the reviews here. The pizza was good but definitely not the best pie's west of New York or even in San Jose for that matter. There were three in our group and we had caesar salad (so-so), minestrone soup (very good), pizza (good) and lasagna (very good), The wait staff was prompt for the most part but the prices are rediculously high for the pizza.

                1
                ★★★☆☆

                Tried Amici's this week based on the reviews here. The pizza was good but definitely not the best pie's west of New York or even in San Jose for that matter. There were three in our group and we had caesar salad (so-so), minestrone soup (very good), pizza (good) and lasagna (very good), The wait staff was prompt for the most part but the prices are rediculously high for the pizza.

                Pros: good minestrone soup and lasagna

                Cons: way too expensive for a pizza

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                I love it so much, I had my wedding rehearsal dinner there! I went on the recommendation of KNBR's Ralph Barbiari. It is the best thin crust pizza out there. I like my pie with fresh garlic and the minestrone soup is great! Cool place to hang out with friends.

                2
                ★★★★★

                I love it so much, I had my wedding rehearsal dinner there! I went on the recommendation of KNBR's Ralph Barbiari. It is the best thin crust pizza out there. I like my pie with fresh garlic and the minestrone soup is great! Cool place to hang out with friends.

                Pros: Beautiful service people and Great food!

                Cons: No reservations taking and lack of parking

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                The pizza here is pretty good pizza, but it's not great. It has the possibility to be great. The crust is really good, one of the best. But the sauce, is just bland, almost like ketchup. It's the one thing they really need to work on. And for the money, its over priced. I do like the atmosphere, and if I'm with friends, sharing a pie, is good. If you want reallt great pizza, drive about 5 more minutes and go to Gumba's in Sunnyvale. Lots more for less.

                2
                ★★★★☆

                The pizza here is pretty good pizza, but it's not great. It has the possibility to be great. The crust is really good, one of the best. But the sauce, is just bland, almost like ketchup. It's the one thing they really need to work on. And for the money, its over priced. I do like the atmosphere, and if I'm with friends, sharing a pie, is good. If you want reallt great pizza, drive about 5 more minutes and go to Gumba's in Sunnyvale. Lots more for less.

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                I have been there and will never go back. Pizza was so bad, i never had so bad pizza; not even the frozen ones.....place is a bit pricey too - u feel like that esp. after such a bad dinner. pasta was horrible too...\r\n\r\nAlthough we only ordered vegetarian pizzas...so do not know about the non-vegetarian ones...

                0
                ★☆☆☆☆

                I have been there and will never go back. Pizza was so bad, i never had so bad pizza; not even the frozen ones.....place is a bit pricey too - u feel like that esp. after such a bad dinner. pasta was horrible too...\r\n\r\nAlthough we only ordered vegetarian pizzas...so do not know about the non-vegetarian ones...

                Pros: none....

                Cons: bad food, poor service

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                I've been here about 10 times and I've only ordered pizza. I've tried almost all of the specialty pizzas and they're all pretty darn good! The only downside would be that sometimes the edges of the crust would be burnt. To be honest, that never bothered me too much. It still tasted great! It had the perfect amount of toppings! If I wanted more bell peppers or tomatoes, I would've ordered a salad!!! My favorite is anything with their pancetta! Yum!!

                2
                ★★★★★

                I've been here about 10 times and I've only ordered pizza. I've tried almost all of the specialty pizzas and they're all pretty darn good! The only downside would be that sometimes the edges of the crust would be burnt. To be honest, that never bothered me too much. It still tasted great! It had the perfect amount of toppings! If I wanted more bell peppers or tomatoes, I would've ordered a salad!!! My favorite is anything with their pancetta! Yum!!

                Pros: Great Pizza, Friendly Service

                Cons: Sometimes burnt crust

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                This is our favorite pizza place by far! They serve Italian style pizza (thin crust and not too heavy onthe toppings and cheese) that is absolutely delicious. And they deliver free of charge! Try the pollo pizza with marinara sauce.

                5
                ★★★★★

                This is our favorite pizza place by far! They serve Italian style pizza (thin crust and not too heavy onthe toppings and cheese) that is absolutely delicious. And they deliver free of charge! Try the pollo pizza with marinara sauce.

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                Amici's pizza was by far the worst pizza I have ever had - worse then Pizza Hut. The first time we ordered it based on Ralph Barbierri's rave radio reviews - it was burnt, barely anything on it, and was horrible. We thought that might be a fluke. Another time with out of town friends just back from a trip to China and crazing pizza - I suggested this place. It was again burned, nothing on it, terrible, and a total rip off. I would never get their pizza again. BoardWalk pizza is 20 times better and they aren't even a pizza place. \n\nWe ordered a vegetarian and a cheese pizza. Both were almost inedible. Almost nothing on the ""vegetarian"" .. hardly a meal.\n\nMy respect for Ralph Barbierri has gone down down down. No credibility.

                0
                ★☆☆☆☆

                Amici's pizza was by far the worst pizza I have ever had - worse then Pizza Hut. The first time we ordered it based on Ralph Barbierri's rave radio reviews - it was burnt, barely anything on it, and was horrible. We thought that might be a fluke. Another time with out of town friends just back from a trip to China and crazing pizza - I suggested this place. It was again burned, nothing on it, terrible, and a total rip off. I would never get their pizza again. BoardWalk pizza is 20 times better and they aren't even a pizza place. \n\nWe ordered a vegetarian and a cheese pizza. Both were almost inedible. Almost nothing on the ""vegetarian"" .. hardly a meal.\n\nMy respect for Ralph Barbierri has gone down down down. No credibility.

                Cons: burned, terrible taste, no toppings

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                Amicis East Coast have a pretty good variety of pizza. They have a vegetarian pizza with egg plant which I don't find in many places. I also like their other vegetarian pizza, which is just tomatoes and garlic.

                I would skip their salads though. It is just really really boring.

                4
                ★★★★☆

                Amicis East Coast have a pretty good variety of pizza. They have a vegetarian pizza with egg plant which I don't find in many places. I also like their other vegetarian pizza, which is just tomatoes and garlic.

                I would skip their salads though. It is just really really boring.

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                These are the thin crust style pizzas. I usually prefer thick crust, but if I'm force to go with my thin crust preferring friends, this is a pretty good choice. For simplicity, we like the margherita (basically just red sauce and cheese). There is also a roasted eggplant pizza. Avoid the green salad here, though. They barely chop things up, so it's just a bunch of big clunky veggies on a plate.

                3
                ★★★☆☆

                These are the thin crust style pizzas. I usually prefer thick crust, but if I'm force to go with my thin crust preferring friends, this is a pretty good choice. For simplicity, we like the margherita (basically just red sauce and cheese). There is also a roasted eggplant pizza. Avoid the green salad here, though. They barely chop things up, so it's just a bunch of big clunky veggies on a plate.

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                Amicis has wonderful oven baked pizza and pastas. The salads are fresh and crisp and the service is wonderful. \n\nIf you want yummy non greasy pizza go eat at Amicis!

                2
                ★★★★★

                Amicis has wonderful oven baked pizza and pastas. The salads are fresh and crisp and the service is wonderful. \n\nIf you want yummy non greasy pizza go eat at Amicis!

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                I was very disappointed with Amici's. We ordered a medium pizza ($20.00) on the thinnest of crusts, two pasta dishes ($30.00), a small pizza (for one child). It was expensive - especially since all four of us left hungry.\n\nThe thinner-crust pizzas are fine as long as they have adequate toppings. The pizza they brought out had tomato sauce, a smattering of cheese, and maybe eight thin strips of chicken. (I believe there was one small sliver of chicken per slice of pizza). For the price, the pasta dishes were meager. \n\n

                0
                ★☆☆☆☆

                I was very disappointed with Amici's. We ordered a medium pizza ($20.00) on the thinnest of crusts, two pasta dishes ($30.00), a small pizza (for one child). It was expensive - especially since all four of us left hungry.\n\nThe thinner-crust pizzas are fine as long as they have adequate toppings. The pizza they brought out had tomato sauce, a smattering of cheese, and maybe eight thin strips of chicken. (I believe there was one small sliver of chicken per slice of pizza). For the price, the pasta dishes were meager. \n\n

                Cons: Small servings, Chinzy toppings, Expensive

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                Wife's family is from Tuscany, and the pizza there is wonderful. Amici's is the closest thing to that pizza that we have found here in CA. Light, think crust, not overloaded with crappy toppings, and fresh! We love this place, either in Mt. View or Redwood Shores.

                5
                ★★★★★

                Wife's family is from Tuscany, and the pizza there is wonderful. Amici's is the closest thing to that pizza that we have found here in CA. Light, think crust, not overloaded with crappy toppings, and fresh! We love this place, either in Mt. View or Redwood Shores.

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                Finding this great pie made my trip to the Mtn. View street fair very worthwhile.

                2
                ★★★★★

                Finding this great pie made my trip to the Mtn. View street fair very worthwhile.

                Pros: great food, nice waitresses

                Cons: crowded

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                I finally found the ultimately thin crust, which is crisp without being too dry. A friend whose epicurean knowledge is usually trustworthy suggested the Pesto pizza. Momma mia, was I disappointed: no discernable garlic, nor basil for that matter; in fact, the topping seemed a lot like parsley moistened with olive oil, and not even an EVO vlariety. A side of tomato sauce was also flavorless. In this age when less is presumably more, none is still nothing. C'mon Acmici's, turn up the flavor.

                1
                ★★★☆☆

                I finally found the ultimately thin crust, which is crisp without being too dry. A friend whose epicurean knowledge is usually trustworthy suggested the Pesto pizza. Momma mia, was I disappointed: no discernable garlic, nor basil for that matter; in fact, the topping seemed a lot like parsley moistened with olive oil, and not even an EVO vlariety. A side of tomato sauce was also flavorless. In this age when less is presumably more, none is still nothing. C'mon Acmici's, turn up the flavor.

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                there pizza's are a little greasy for the new yorker but the crust is good

                2
                ★★★★☆

                there pizza's are a little greasy for the new yorker but the crust is good

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                I grew up in Pittsburgh where Pizza is a gourmet food... I mean the best in the world comes from all the mom and pop resturants. I detest chain store pizza. \n\nWhen I came to California I had pizza withdrawal until I went to Amicis. I think the right words to describe Amicis is flavor intensity. More flavour, less filling. I love it for lunch. The meatball topping is to die for. Just order a large. If you like thin crust pizza there is no finer. \n

                2
                ★★★★★

                I grew up in Pittsburgh where Pizza is a gourmet food... I mean the best in the world comes from all the mom and pop resturants. I detest chain store pizza. \n\nWhen I came to California I had pizza withdrawal until I went to Amicis. I think the right words to describe Amicis is flavor intensity. More flavour, less filling. I love it for lunch. The meatball topping is to die for. Just order a large. If you like thin crust pizza there is no finer. \n

                Pros: Intense Flavor, Not too filling, Good Quality

                Cons: Expensive if hungry

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                Great thin pizza. The New York pizza is great. Pretty close to authentic Italian pizza.

                2
                ★★★★★

                Great thin pizza. The New York pizza is great. Pretty close to authentic Italian pizza.

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                A local upscale pizzeria chain, serving thin crust, East Coast-inspired pizzas. The menu includes chicken wings, salads, pastas, as well as gluten-free, vegetarian & vegan-friendly options. Dine-in • Takeout • Catering • Free Delivery

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