Austin Pizza Garden

★★★★☆
The charming building, located in the southwest part of the city, is famous for thin-crust pizza.
30.2362 -97.8589
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855-212-7075

6266 W Hwy 290

Austin, TX

78735

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Sun-Thu 11am-10pm Fri-Sat 11am-11pm

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Their pizza is so delicious. The restaurant has a comfortable pleasant atmosphere.

I live north so I don't get to go here often but when we are down south it's always at the top of my list.

Pizza = yummy. Prices are reasonable too.

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★★★★☆

Their pizza is so delicious. The restaurant has a comfortable pleasant atmosphere.

I live north so I don't get to go here often but when we are down south it's always at the top of my list.

Pizza = yummy. Prices are reasonable too.

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Best pizza ever This has got to be my favorite pizza place.

6
★★★★★

Best pizza ever This has got to be my favorite pizza place.

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One of my favorite places. We love this place for the whole family.

6
★★★★★

One of my favorite places. We love this place for the whole family.

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The Pizza was a 6 out of 10 rating. Service was a 1 out of 10. My waitress was nice,,,,,,10 minutes after I arrived! There were only 2 other tables being served, One was a normal-looking family of 4, Other was an obnoxious table of drunk college punks who got great service. I placed my order for a small pizza and a (that means ONE) beer. Beer came 5 minutes later. What, is the tap handle that complicated? Pizza was ...well, it was pizza, by definition. l ordered a Hawaiian. Not much meat or onion. And the pineapple was tough and worse than canned pineapple. And then THOR came in and stared moving tables around like the Mr. tough guy he thought he was. Fat, grey t-shirt and tattoos, specifically an oval one on his left elbow. When I left, it appeared, at least by hi actions, that he was the manager. RUN AWAY! This place is BAD NEWS!!!! Digiorno is FAR better! Or basically ANYTHING in the HEB frozen section. The manager needs a serious attitude adjustment!

1
★☆☆☆☆

The Pizza was a 6 out of 10 rating. Service was a 1 out of 10. My waitress was nice,,,,,,10 minutes after I arrived! There were only 2 other tables being served, One was a normal-looking family of 4, Other was an obnoxious table of drunk college punks who got great service. I placed my order for a small pizza and a (that means ONE) beer. Beer came 5 minutes later. What, is the tap handle that complicated? Pizza was ...well, it was pizza, by definition. l ordered a Hawaiian. Not much meat or onion. And the pineapple was tough and worse than canned pineapple. And then THOR came in and stared moving tables around like the Mr. tough guy he thought he was. Fat, grey t-shirt and tattoos, specifically an oval one on his left elbow. When I left, it appeared, at least by hi actions, that he was the manager. RUN AWAY! This place is BAD NEWS!!!! Digiorno is FAR better! Or basically ANYTHING in the HEB frozen section. The manager needs a serious attitude adjustment!

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Great lunch special and amazing pizzas! Cozy atmosphere is date-worthy.

5
★★★★★

Great lunch special and amazing pizzas! Cozy atmosphere is date-worthy.

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When first my eyes settled upon the faint visage of the Austin Pizza Garden, glimmering like a dream-sung Olympus on the horizon, I could have wept with joy. I saw salvation for my wearied body that, at the time, was wracked with famine nigh unto breaking. I had struggled through a night of assisted insomnia and Bacchanalian over-indulgence that had left me exhausted, head sore, and desperately in need of nourishment. However, the first ominous chords of discontent echoed through the Austin air when I found the doors locked, despite the establishment ostensibly having opened five minutes previous, at least according to their printed declaration. I soon found that the written word means nothing to the Philistines at the Austin Pizza Garden. Their menu proudly declared an offering of Stromboli which I was nonetheless denied. They claimed they had run out, and yet they had just opened. Was this an odious untruth, or simply carelessness on the part of the staff tasked with stocking the days fare? In any case, my troubles were only beginning. I finally settled upon a small pizza, hoping my initial enthusiasm could be reinvigorated by the speedy delivery of the mortal equivalent of heavenly ambrosia. Sadly, that dream would, in time, die too. I waited for several minutes before being asked what I had ordered a second time. I waited while they warmed the oven. I waited for as long as a man can wait. The seconds dripped away like ichor and with each passing moment my pangs of hunger grew and worse still, my soul withered with dashed anticipation, caught in a limbo from which there would be no harrowing. \n\n\tWhen I finally received my pizza, I again felt myself on the verge of weeping, but now with sorrow. The sun dried tomatoes would have been more aptly described as sun-burnt. Somehow still soggy despite being scorched. The prosciutto ham was marbled with an intricate network of sinew that left it nearly inedible. The cheesy topping was scattered haphazardly about the surface of the disc, lying in great clumps or lacking so conspicuously that tomato sauce oozed through gaps in the coverage, in places cheese dripped off the very edge of the pizza, dangling into an abyss. Despite these shortcomings, I acquiesced to the greater impetus of my still un-sated hunger and attempted to consume the abomination. My first sensation was of the cursed triangle simultaneously scalding my tongue and oozing a chill and viscous sauce. The pizza had somehow managed to mimic the temperature wizardry of the proverbial hot pocket. The bottom was not just burning hot; it was burnt to a crisp like a Dresden art museum. I simply could not continue eating that anathema. Against my general nature, I resolved to return the grizzled carcass of a meal that I had been served. My request met only ire and flippant dismissal. Too weary from hunger to press the issue, I gave up, and determined to leave empty handed. I had given the Austin Pizza Garden the last full measure of my dining devotion, and found my desperation and determination to be insufficient to overcome the slapdash apathy and malice of the establishment. I stumbled into the street poorer and still hungry. The light of the Sun near blinded me. I fell to my knees on the sidewalk and felt as if the very hands of death were seizing me, and I welcomed that embrace after the torment I had suffered at the far less hospitable hands of the Austin Pizza Garden.\n\nGood Cheesecake though.

1
★☆☆☆☆

When first my eyes settled upon the faint visage of the Austin Pizza Garden, glimmering like a dream-sung Olympus on the horizon, I could have wept with joy. I saw salvation for my wearied body that, at the time, was wracked with famine nigh unto breaking. I had struggled through a night of assisted insomnia and Bacchanalian over-indulgence that had left me exhausted, head sore, and desperately in need of nourishment. However, the first ominous chords of discontent echoed through the Austin air when I found the doors locked, despite the establishment ostensibly having opened five minutes previous, at least according to their printed declaration. I soon found that the written word means nothing to the Philistines at the Austin Pizza Garden. Their menu proudly declared an offering of Stromboli which I was nonetheless denied. They claimed they had run out, and yet they had just opened. Was this an odious untruth, or simply carelessness on the part of the staff tasked with stocking the days fare? In any case, my troubles were only beginning. I finally settled upon a small pizza, hoping my initial enthusiasm could be reinvigorated by the speedy delivery of the mortal equivalent of heavenly ambrosia. Sadly, that dream would, in time, die too. I waited for several minutes before being asked what I had ordered a second time. I waited while they warmed the oven. I waited for as long as a man can wait. The seconds dripped away like ichor and with each passing moment my pangs of hunger grew and worse still, my soul withered with dashed anticipation, caught in a limbo from which there would be no harrowing. \n\n\tWhen I finally received my pizza, I again felt myself on the verge of weeping, but now with sorrow. The sun dried tomatoes would have been more aptly described as sun-burnt. Somehow still soggy despite being scorched. The prosciutto ham was marbled with an intricate network of sinew that left it nearly inedible. The cheesy topping was scattered haphazardly about the surface of the disc, lying in great clumps or lacking so conspicuously that tomato sauce oozed through gaps in the coverage, in places cheese dripped off the very edge of the pizza, dangling into an abyss. Despite these shortcomings, I acquiesced to the greater impetus of my still un-sated hunger and attempted to consume the abomination. My first sensation was of the cursed triangle simultaneously scalding my tongue and oozing a chill and viscous sauce. The pizza had somehow managed to mimic the temperature wizardry of the proverbial hot pocket. The bottom was not just burning hot; it was burnt to a crisp like a Dresden art museum. I simply could not continue eating that anathema. Against my general nature, I resolved to return the grizzled carcass of a meal that I had been served. My request met only ire and flippant dismissal. Too weary from hunger to press the issue, I gave up, and determined to leave empty handed. I had given the Austin Pizza Garden the last full measure of my dining devotion, and found my desperation and determination to be insufficient to overcome the slapdash apathy and malice of the establishment. I stumbled into the street poorer and still hungry. The light of the Sun near blinded me. I fell to my knees on the sidewalk and felt as if the very hands of death were seizing me, and I welcomed that embrace after the torment I had suffered at the far less hospitable hands of the Austin Pizza Garden.\n\nGood Cheesecake though.

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The pizza is amazing! ...the crust is thin and crispy, definitely the best pizza crust I've had. Great place too!

5
★★★★★

The pizza is amazing! ...the crust is thin and crispy, definitely the best pizza crust I've had. Great place too!

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I'm not one to write reviews, I never feel compelled enough to do so, however the service (and I use that word in it's loosest terms) in this restaurant was horrific. The entire restaurant was empty except for about 4 or 5 staff members who were gathered in the bar area reading and lounging around. When my brother and I entered, we were told that our server would be ""right with you"". \n\nAbout 10 minutes later, the same woman who said that, finally sat us down. She returned 10 minutes later to take our drink orders and took another 10 minutes to bring the drinks. After about another five minutes of waiting for her to return and take our order, we had had enough. We dropped a five and walked out. If this restaurant would have been packed to the rim, maybe we would have understood the time issue, but there was absolutely no other patrons when my brother and I arrived. Beyond that, when we did leave, we saw our waitress reading in the corner, with her feet up on the next chair. Ridiculous. \n\nAfter hearing all the great things about this restaurant I feel like I lost 30 minutes of my life to a big waste of time: be warned, stay away.

1
★☆☆☆☆

I'm not one to write reviews, I never feel compelled enough to do so, however the service (and I use that word in it's loosest terms) in this restaurant was horrific. The entire restaurant was empty except for about 4 or 5 staff members who were gathered in the bar area reading and lounging around. When my brother and I entered, we were told that our server would be ""right with you"". \n\nAbout 10 minutes later, the same woman who said that, finally sat us down. She returned 10 minutes later to take our drink orders and took another 10 minutes to bring the drinks. After about another five minutes of waiting for her to return and take our order, we had had enough. We dropped a five and walked out. If this restaurant would have been packed to the rim, maybe we would have understood the time issue, but there was absolutely no other patrons when my brother and I arrived. Beyond that, when we did leave, we saw our waitress reading in the corner, with her feet up on the next chair. Ridiculous. \n\nAfter hearing all the great things about this restaurant I feel like I lost 30 minutes of my life to a big waste of time: be warned, stay away.

Cons: Staff

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I didn't know it was actually possible to mess up a pizza....I could have done better in my own kitchen. First, we waited over 20 min. for service and had to go get the staff to take our order. They had numerous staff persons and only 4 patrons in the whole place. Many of the staff were gathered around the TV in the bar area. Once we ordered, it took forever to arrive to our table. We got the Collosus, it was dry (no sauce) and the crust was like cardboard. A Totinos from HEB probably would have been better. The high marks.... the building was a neat old historic building but they had a roaring fire blazing. So I had to sweat as I ate my pizza since they sat us close to the fireplace. The beer was reasonably priced but I'm not sure I got the Fireman's #4 I ordered. With the options in Austin, I would not return nor would I recommend this place to anyone. \r\n

1
★☆☆☆☆

I didn't know it was actually possible to mess up a pizza....I could have done better in my own kitchen. First, we waited over 20 min. for service and had to go get the staff to take our order. They had numerous staff persons and only 4 patrons in the whole place. Many of the staff were gathered around the TV in the bar area. Once we ordered, it took forever to arrive to our table. We got the Collosus, it was dry (no sauce) and the crust was like cardboard. A Totinos from HEB probably would have been better. The high marks.... the building was a neat old historic building but they had a roaring fire blazing. So I had to sweat as I ate my pizza since they sat us close to the fireplace. The beer was reasonably priced but I'm not sure I got the Fireman's #4 I ordered. With the options in Austin, I would not return nor would I recommend this place to anyone. \r\n

Pros: historic building

Cons: poor service;bad pizza

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I went here after a long day in the sun at Hamilton Pool. It just looked like some small, unknown pizza place, so our expectations weren't very high. When we sat down, it was so cute inside, and felt like a genuine Texas place. The pizza is freaking delicious, and they have $7 pitchers of draft Shiner Bock!! They're prices are amazing, and I can't wait to go back.

5
★★★★★

I went here after a long day in the sun at Hamilton Pool. It just looked like some small, unknown pizza place, so our expectations weren't very high. When we sat down, it was so cute inside, and felt like a genuine Texas place. The pizza is freaking delicious, and they have $7 pitchers of draft Shiner Bock!! They're prices are amazing, and I can't wait to go back.

Pros: prices, quality, cute

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The pizza was fantastic! Staff and atmosphere good too!!\r\nReally enjoyed the food along with the cold beer

5
★★★★★

The pizza was fantastic! Staff and atmosphere good too!!\r\nReally enjoyed the food along with the cold beer

Pros: taste was great!

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I recently ate at Austin Pizza Garden with my boyfriend and it was fantastic. Waiter was great and very friendly, pizza (especially the cheese and crust) was phenomenal. I'll definitely be back soon, I want to try some of pie combinations they have on the menu.

5
★★★★★

I recently ate at Austin Pizza Garden with my boyfriend and it was fantastic. Waiter was great and very friendly, pizza (especially the cheese and crust) was phenomenal. I'll definitely be back soon, I want to try some of pie combinations they have on the menu.

Pros: pizza (cheese, dough, fresh ingredients), ambience, price

Cons: sort of out-of-the-way, but worth the trip

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Wow! I was just in there tonight, it was busy. I got put on a waiting list for about 20 minutes, but we didn't mind. The host staff took good care of my party. They served us drinks at the bar and kept checking to see if we were alright, and they had a lobby full. Somehow they managed to keep everyone happy. We got sat and order drinks and had a good time. Our server was excellent! We ordered salads that came out as fast as the server could put the order in. It was just perfect timing! We had finished our salads and our server had given us plates for the pizza and said the pizza was getting cut and on its way. We had the #2, forgot the name, and a #5. Both were awesome! Very unique crust. None that i have very had before. My recommendation for those is to try the Austin Pizza Garden. It was a wonderful experience and a very homey pizza joint! Forgot to mention the ambiance that makes you feel very welcomed. Also it is said to be haunted which makes it a cool place to eat. I will be dining there again.

5
★★★★★

Wow! I was just in there tonight, it was busy. I got put on a waiting list for about 20 minutes, but we didn't mind. The host staff took good care of my party. They served us drinks at the bar and kept checking to see if we were alright, and they had a lobby full. Somehow they managed to keep everyone happy. We got sat and order drinks and had a good time. Our server was excellent! We ordered salads that came out as fast as the server could put the order in. It was just perfect timing! We had finished our salads and our server had given us plates for the pizza and said the pizza was getting cut and on its way. We had the #2, forgot the name, and a #5. Both were awesome! Very unique crust. None that i have very had before. My recommendation for those is to try the Austin Pizza Garden. It was a wonderful experience and a very homey pizza joint! Forgot to mention the ambiance that makes you feel very welcomed. Also it is said to be haunted which makes it a cool place to eat. I will be dining there again.

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WoW! What a huge disappointment! \r\nFirst night we went , we waited 40 minutes only to have our waitress tell us that the Kitchen staff had burned our Pizza, ( that?s cause the game was on in the bar and the Kitchen staff was standing around watching the game.) The second time we went in, we were told that they had to remake our Pizza because the Kitchen Staff had dropped it on the floor. So what can I say, Is this the Pizza the Best? The toppings and sauce are wonderful but the crust is hard and tough like it had been over worked. Would I go back? No cause the place has been jinxed for us. P.S. Could somebody do something about that tacky CD Player sitting on Fireplace Mantel. Ok so this place isn?t 5 star dining but come on guys get it together. It?s a shame what stupid mistakes and lack of attention can do to a restaurant.

1
★☆☆☆☆

WoW! What a huge disappointment! \r\nFirst night we went , we waited 40 minutes only to have our waitress tell us that the Kitchen staff had burned our Pizza, ( that?s cause the game was on in the bar and the Kitchen staff was standing around watching the game.) The second time we went in, we were told that they had to remake our Pizza because the Kitchen Staff had dropped it on the floor. So what can I say, Is this the Pizza the Best? The toppings and sauce are wonderful but the crust is hard and tough like it had been over worked. Would I go back? No cause the place has been jinxed for us. P.S. Could somebody do something about that tacky CD Player sitting on Fireplace Mantel. Ok so this place isn?t 5 star dining but come on guys get it together. It?s a shame what stupid mistakes and lack of attention can do to a restaurant.

Pros: Great Building

Cons: Poorly run and the crust is hard as nails

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I recently ate lunch here with a friend. We both loved our pizza lunch ""specials"". I had the cajun which just sounded good and was well, even better than expected. The lunch size personal pizza was perfect. The service was very good and friendly. If I had a complaint it was that the salad was the ""bag mix"" variety which contained a majority of ice berg. The dressing was good though and overall we had a very nice time.

5
★★★★★

I recently ate lunch here with a friend. We both loved our pizza lunch ""specials"". I had the cajun which just sounded good and was well, even better than expected. The lunch size personal pizza was perfect. The service was very good and friendly. If I had a complaint it was that the salad was the ""bag mix"" variety which contained a majority of ice berg. The dressing was good though and overall we had a very nice time.

Pros: Food and Service

Cons: Iceberg lettuce

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zesty, tasty tomato sauce topped with fresh, tasty (not greasy or overcooked) chopped veggies and delish chunks of hearty meats, topped with the perfect amount of mozarella (not too heavy but oh so tasty)...all piled on tope of a relatively thick, but crunchy crust. it really doesn't get much better than that (obviously we ordered some kind of supreme). the large for $18 wasn't all that large, but this pizza isn't to be swallowed, it's to be savored. the homemade oil/vinegar dressing was yummy....sampled and ok'd others homemades as well. great atmosphere (rustic, yet cozy setting). what a treat. this is the place and the way to eat pizza!!

5
★★★★★

zesty, tasty tomato sauce topped with fresh, tasty (not greasy or overcooked) chopped veggies and delish chunks of hearty meats, topped with the perfect amount of mozarella (not too heavy but oh so tasty)...all piled on tope of a relatively thick, but crunchy crust. it really doesn't get much better than that (obviously we ordered some kind of supreme). the large for $18 wasn't all that large, but this pizza isn't to be swallowed, it's to be savored. the homemade oil/vinegar dressing was yummy....sampled and ok'd others homemades as well. great atmosphere (rustic, yet cozy setting). what a treat. this is the place and the way to eat pizza!!

Pros: the perfect pizza, ambience

Cons: mediocre service

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If there is a pizza heaven it is at Austin Pizza Garden. The pizza takes awhile to cook but it is more then worth the wait. The best pizza I have ever had.

5
★★★★★

If there is a pizza heaven it is at Austin Pizza Garden. The pizza takes awhile to cook but it is more then worth the wait. The best pizza I have ever had.

Pros: The BEST Pizza, Pizza Sauce, Atmosphere

Cons: Somewhat slow service

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This pizza is great...the colossal is my favorite...I would recommend this retaurant to anyone who loves a great pizza

5
★★★★★

This pizza is great...the colossal is my favorite...I would recommend this retaurant to anyone who loves a great pizza

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The best pizza this side of NYC. My wife and family eat here at least once per week. Rustic atmosphere in a National Landmark Building makes you think you are in a BBQ place, but don't let that fool you. You also have to try the Caesar salad.

5
★★★★★

The best pizza this side of NYC. My wife and family eat here at least once per week. Rustic atmosphere in a National Landmark Building makes you think you are in a BBQ place, but don't let that fool you. You also have to try the Caesar salad.

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The best pizza around. I don't think I've tasted any better. Try the vegetarian- it's superb!

5
★★★★★

The best pizza around. I don't think I've tasted any better. Try the vegetarian- it's superb!

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It's great to enjoy a good glass of wine and a salad while my child eats a pizza that tastes like real food. The historical setting just adds to the Austin experience and is a great inexpensive place to bring out of town friends. We are regulars!

5
★★★★★

It's great to enjoy a good glass of wine and a salad while my child eats a pizza that tastes like real food. The historical setting just adds to the Austin experience and is a great inexpensive place to bring out of town friends. We are regulars!

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Austin Pizza Garden stands alone as far as great\ngourmet pizza in Austin, Texas. Located in a wonderful, old building on the southwest side of town, you can escape the traffic and take an after dinner drive through the foot hils or out to the lake.\nThey have a nice beer selection. You can also bring your own wine. And, if you are into making your own pizza, you can purchase a ball of dough for next to nothing that will make 2 pizzas. This is the best, bar none.

5
★★★★★

Austin Pizza Garden stands alone as far as great\ngourmet pizza in Austin, Texas. Located in a wonderful, old building on the southwest side of town, you can escape the traffic and take an after dinner drive through the foot hils or out to the lake.\nThey have a nice beer selection. You can also bring your own wine. And, if you are into making your own pizza, you can purchase a ball of dough for next to nothing that will make 2 pizzas. This is the best, bar none.

Pros: Best flavors!, Parking by the door., Out of traffic

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This is pizza with great quality toppings. Only once was I unlucky enough to visit when APG had run out of fresh beef and had to resort to bland backups from the freezer. The salads are great (would be even better with something besides iceberg lettuce) but the pizza is the star. This is NOT your pizza-chain style of pizza. This is pizza for adults who enjoy something better than cardboard with pepperoni on top. I have a hard time eating a Papa Johns, Mr Gattis, or Pizza Hut pie after visiting APG. It rocks!

4
★★★★☆

This is pizza with great quality toppings. Only once was I unlucky enough to visit when APG had run out of fresh beef and had to resort to bland backups from the freezer. The salads are great (would be even better with something besides iceberg lettuce) but the pizza is the star. This is NOT your pizza-chain style of pizza. This is pizza for adults who enjoy something better than cardboard with pepperoni on top. I have a hard time eating a Papa Johns, Mr Gattis, or Pizza Hut pie after visiting APG. It rocks!

Pros: quality food, not crowded

Cons: location, spotty service

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Great Pizza!!! Some of the specialty pizzas are over-complicated, but I love the simpler things. Best Peperoni pizza in town, I think.

5
★★★★★

Great Pizza!!! Some of the specialty pizzas are over-complicated, but I love the simpler things. Best Peperoni pizza in town, I think.

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Absolutely the best thin-crust pizza around; fresh toppings and superb, big salads. This restaurant is in a cool historic building with a large main dining area. Everybody needs to try it!!!

5
★★★★★

Absolutely the best thin-crust pizza around; fresh toppings and superb, big salads. This restaurant is in a cool historic building with a large main dining area. Everybody needs to try it!!!

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I heard and believed great things about this place, so I drove all the way out there to try it. The salad was good, the service was fine, the pizza was a bit of a disappointment. Although the toppings were good, the pizzas are small and mine was nearly sauceless. I think it's overpriced, as well.

3
★★★☆☆

I heard and believed great things about this place, so I drove all the way out there to try it. The salad was good, the service was fine, the pizza was a bit of a disappointment. Although the toppings were good, the pizzas are small and mine was nearly sauceless. I think it's overpriced, as well.

Cons: atmosphere, size of portions, price

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We have long been fans of Austin Pizza Garden. It's one of the best places to eat in Oak Hill. The thin crust is great and the margherita is always a winner. The homemade salad dressings are delicious too.\n\nMy only complaint is that our to go orders have never been ready on time and the order has been screwed up many times. Wrong salad dressing (ask for creamy cucumber, get vinaigrette???) or missing toppings. But, we keep going back because we love the food. We've never had problems when dining in.\n\n

4
★★★★☆

We have long been fans of Austin Pizza Garden. It's one of the best places to eat in Oak Hill. The thin crust is great and the margherita is always a winner. The homemade salad dressings are delicious too.\n\nMy only complaint is that our to go orders have never been ready on time and the order has been screwed up many times. Wrong salad dressing (ask for creamy cucumber, get vinaigrette???) or missing toppings. But, we keep going back because we love the food. We've never had problems when dining in.\n\n

Message from Austin Pizza Garden

Austin Pizza Garden is located in the James A. Patton Building (the "Old Rock Store"), a 100 year old historic landmark in the Oak Hill area of southwest Austin, TX. Family owned & operated for 14 years, we pride ourselves in providing fresh, authentic, New York style pizza to hungry Austinites.



We create each pizza pie from scratch- that includes homemade dough, original pizza sauce, & fresh cut ingredients. Because of the preparation, our thin crust gourmet pies are unique to any pizza in Austin. We also offer a full appetizer list, sandwiches, Stromboli, lasagna, & a full beer & wine list.



Our large banquet area upstairs (seats up to 50) is perfect for sports banquets, birthday parties, & rehearsal dinners.



Austin Pizza Garden provides great food in a beautiful, historic atmosphere. Come by & try out our pizza- we guarantee you'll be back again.

Provided by Citysearch

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The charming building, located in the southwest part of the city, is famous for thin-crust pizza.

Key Points

  • Signature Dough & Sauce
  • Fresh Ingredients
  • Banquet Seating Available
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