Imo's Pizza

★★★★☆
  • 1192 Riverview Blvd

    St Louis, MO 63147

    Map & Directions
  • 314-867-9200

About Imo's Pizza

Hours
Mon. - Thu., Sun. 10am - 12pm;Fri. - Sat. 10am - 0:30am

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Imo's Pizza and St. Louis are almost synonymous. They specialize in thin-crust pizza with a sweet sauce and different cheese than is usually found on pizza (most likely, provel). They also cover the pizza in a blend of Italian herbs and spices.Featuring Anheuser-Busch beers and toasted ravioli, Imo's is a must-try for anyone visiting STL.

A must-try, but not necessarily a must-love. Thin crust and provel sweet sauce aren't for everyone. If this is the case, then Imo's probably isn't the place for you. Their lasagna is sloppy and is covered in the same sweet tomato sauce, which gets old after a few bites. Don't waste your money on the garlic bread, either--it's a joke.

That's not to desicrate the name of a home-town favorite. While I'm certainly not a die-hard Imo's fan like my sister, I still have to indulge in a piece or two of "the square beyond compare" everytime she orders a Hawaiian. And yes, college students, this pizza is just as good (if not better) the next morning.

Definitely easy on the wallet, especially compared to Chicago pizza places specializing in deep dish or stuffed pizzas.

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★★★★☆

Imo's Pizza and St. Louis are almost synonymous. They specialize in thin-crust pizza with a sweet sauce and different cheese than is usually found on pizza (most likely, provel). They also cover the pizza in a blend of Italian herbs and spices.Featuring Anheuser-Busch beers and toasted ravioli, Imo's is a must-try for anyone visiting STL.

A must-try, but not necessarily a must-love. Thin crust and provel sweet sauce aren't for everyone. If this is the case, then Imo's probably isn't the place for you. Their lasagna is sloppy and is covered in the same sweet tomato sauce, which gets old after a few bites. Don't waste your money on the garlic bread, either--it's a joke.

That's not to desicrate the name of a home-town favorite. While I'm certainly not a die-hard Imo's fan like my sister, I still have to indulge in a piece or two of "the square beyond compare" everytime she orders a Hawaiian. And yes, college students, this pizza is just as good (if not better) the next morning.

Definitely easy on the wallet, especially compared to Chicago pizza places specializing in deep dish or stuffed pizzas.

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