Luciano's Pizza & Pasta

★★★★★
  • 1030 Clifton Rd

    Bethel Park, PA 15102

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  • 412-835-1733

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I would have to agree good pizza. I live 1 mile from the Bethel Park location and had ordered frequently. Now I do not even think to order from them. The staff is rude, sometimes you don't even get what you ordered and their prices climb

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★★★★★

I would have to agree good pizza. I live 1 mile from the Bethel Park location and had ordered frequently. Now I do not even think to order from them. The staff is rude, sometimes you don't even get what you ordered and their prices climb

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When we moved to Bethel Park, I noticed that there was a pizza shop in the phone book with the same name as a very, very good pizza place in White Oak, that later grew into a big-time Italian restaurant. LUCIANO'S in Bethel Park doesn't have a fancy dining room like its namesake in White Oak, but it does have plenty of seating, a friendly staff, terrific food, cold beer on tap, and a cooler full of other good beers. The sign in the restaurant says, "Luciano's time, 20 minutes." I have ordered a LOT of Luciano's pizzas in the years that I've lived in BP, and nothing else in this area comes close to the quality of their pizza. Particularly wonderful are the "Chicago-style" pizzas with thick crust, and a chunky, garlic-powered tomato sauce that is bursting with old-world flavor. The hot sausage and meatballs used by Luciano's is first-rate. Their CALZONES are a family favorite, but you'll have to remember to ask for ricotta cheese, because their standard calzone is actually what I would call a Stromboli: No ricotta. They also have eat-in dinner specials, including an all-you-can-eat spaghetti night for those of you with hungry teenage eating machines. I have only been disappointed one time with anything I've ordered from Luciano's in Bethel Park, and on that occasion, the guy running the place told me it was "on the house." I just wished they stayed open a little later at night!

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★★★★★

When we moved to Bethel Park, I noticed that there was a pizza shop in the phone book with the same name as a very, very good pizza place in White Oak, that later grew into a big-time Italian restaurant. LUCIANO'S in Bethel Park doesn't have a fancy dining room like its namesake in White Oak, but it does have plenty of seating, a friendly staff, terrific food, cold beer on tap, and a cooler full of other good beers. The sign in the restaurant says, "Luciano's time, 20 minutes." I have ordered a LOT of Luciano's pizzas in the years that I've lived in BP, and nothing else in this area comes close to the quality of their pizza. Particularly wonderful are the "Chicago-style" pizzas with thick crust, and a chunky, garlic-powered tomato sauce that is bursting with old-world flavor. The hot sausage and meatballs used by Luciano's is first-rate. Their CALZONES are a family favorite, but you'll have to remember to ask for ricotta cheese, because their standard calzone is actually what I would call a Stromboli: No ricotta. They also have eat-in dinner specials, including an all-you-can-eat spaghetti night for those of you with hungry teenage eating machines. I have only been disappointed one time with anything I've ordered from Luciano's in Bethel Park, and on that occasion, the guy running the place told me it was "on the house." I just wished they stayed open a little later at night!

Pros: The best pizza and calzones in the South Hills

Cons: They close too early!

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This place is great. I love coming here. The pizza is great.

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★★★★★

This place is great. I love coming here. The pizza is great.

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Better value than Mineo's and is almost as good. I have been going there for almost 20 years, traveling 30 miles just to get there, almost every Friday night.

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★★★★★

Better value than Mineo's and is almost as good. I have been going there for almost 20 years, traveling 30 miles just to get there, almost every Friday night.

Pros: good variety, value, big enough restaurant

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I grow up Eating this food Then worked at Mariccini's For 3 years eating there food and then I started to party and I found out they have the best munchie food (Hot Sasage & Cheese Colzones)now I live in Mt. Pleasent and I Miss there food so much but when I'm in the Port I stop in and eat. Also they have the best delivery driver I wish I knew his name he has been with them for a long time I do know that!
Thanks for some very good food!!

2
★★★★★

I grow up Eating this food Then worked at Mariccini's For 3 years eating there food and then I started to party and I found out they have the best munchie food (Hot Sasage & Cheese Colzones)now I live in Mt. Pleasent and I Miss there food so much but when I'm in the Port I stop in and eat. Also they have the best delivery driver I wish I knew his name he has been with them for a long time I do know that!
Thanks for some very good food!!

Pros: best Calzons, Wedding soup, hot sausage sandwich

Cons: needed in Mt. Pleasen, Needed in Mt. Pleasen, Needed in Mt. Pleasen

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The crust, it must be noted that the crust is superb, fresh, hand tossed. After the crust is shaped into the familiar round shape, it is brightened by glorious pizza sauce then highlighted with various chosen toppings. Served piping hot, you must try not to eat the heavenly food too fast. "Savor the pizza".. is the thought for the evening.

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★★★★★

The crust, it must be noted that the crust is superb, fresh, hand tossed. After the crust is shaped into the familiar round shape, it is brightened by glorious pizza sauce then highlighted with various chosen toppings. Served piping hot, you must try not to eat the heavenly food too fast. "Savor the pizza".. is the thought for the evening.

Pros: Fantastic Pizza, Reasonable cost

Cons: Acoustics are bad, noise level bad

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Pizza Hut? With the HUGE variety of pizza in Pittsburgh, I can't believe Chains are rated higher than Luciano's, Beto's etc.

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★★★★★

Pizza Hut? With the HUGE variety of pizza in Pittsburgh, I can't believe Chains are rated higher than Luciano's, Beto's etc.

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Great food, close to home (for me anyway!), pick up/delivery/or eat in; they are more than happy to help you in any way they can. Luciano's is great! Try the pizza...its SO good!

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★★★★★

Great food, close to home (for me anyway!), pick up/delivery/or eat in; they are more than happy to help you in any way they can. Luciano's is great! Try the pizza...its SO good!

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great pizza, the sauce is perfect, nice size hand tossed pizza. very busy atmosphere, makes you want to eat and run. reccomend take out.

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★★★★★

great pizza, the sauce is perfect, nice size hand tossed pizza. very busy atmosphere, makes you want to eat and run. reccomend take out.

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they have the best pizza in the north hills area, their appetizers aren't all that great but, hey, they a pizza place not a upscale restaurant.

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★★★★★

they have the best pizza in the north hills area, their appetizers aren't all that great but, hey, they a pizza place not a upscale restaurant.

Pros: pizza, location, price

Cons: appetizers

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They've been around for over 25 years and they most definately got it right! It'd the first stop on my trips back home. The subs are great too!

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★★★★★

They've been around for over 25 years and they most definately got it right! It'd the first stop on my trips back home. The subs are great too!

 

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