An Introduction to Giorgio’s pizza
Located just east of monument circle in Indianapolis, Giorgio’s pizza maintains a very solid reputation in Indianapolis for serving tasty pizza. Also on the menu you can find salads, pastas, and sandwiches. They offer pizza by the slice as well as just full pies. Thin and thick crust are available as well as beer and wine. Giorgio’s pizza was recently included in our Best Pizza Restaurants in Indianapolis article. Keep scrolling for more information about Giorgio’s pizza below!
Here is a quick overview of Giorgio’s pizza from Google Reviews:
9 E Market St, Indianapolis, IN 46204, United States
Thin- & thick-crust pizza & subs from an Italian-born chef, plus beer & wine in a quick-serve space.
Comfort food · Quick bite · Cosy
4.4 Stars, 504 Reviews, $
Giorgio’s Pizza slices range from a low of about $3.75 to a high of $5. A large cheese will only cost about $18 but a stuffed pizza runs you roughly $30. Opened way back in 1990, Giorgio's is an authentic Italian pizzeria that focuses on using fresh ingredients that go into dishes made with original Italian recipes.
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Below are a few reviews from Yelp from Giorgio’s pizza. Hear from other people who have already eaten at Giorgio’s pizza to help you determine if this is your next pizza destination. Read about their experiences so you can know what to expect.
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Giorgio's reminds me of the small pizza places in New York City where you walk in, order at the counter, and sit down with your slice and a few friends. Situated right off of Monument Circle, Giorgio's is a perfect place to stop in if you're craving pizza but don't want to spend too much time or money on your meal. The pizzas and calzones are already prepared and displayed through glass for you to choose from. Once you've chosen, they stick your choice in their oven for a minute or two and *voila* you're in business! As far as pizza is concerned, they don't have anything too crazy. It's mostly your basic meats and cheeses, plus some eggplant, and the occasional buffalo or bbq chicken. My pizza was pretty good, but I wished that the taste of my Margherita was, simply put, more present. The restaurant isn't flashy or fancy, but the staff is welcoming and is always willing to give suggestions. They welcome you in and say bye on your way out. Overall, Giorgio's is a good place to stop in your downtown, craving a cheap slice of pizza, and want to support local!
I've eaten here quite literally more than 50 times, usually before Pacers games. I have had virtually everything on the menu. Virtually everything is good. The pizza is NY style. They don't have tons of different specialty pizzas like at Bazbeaux or Jockamo do. It's pretty much cheese, pepperoni, sausage or supreme. There might be one with alfredo sauce on it, I'm not sure, I've never had it. They have Sicilian as well. The hot and cold subs are very good. The Giorgio Special is what I would recommend, it's your basic tasty Italian sub. The meatball sub is also a particular favorite. They do salads well, including a special that's similar to an antipasto. They have a bunch of different calzones and strombolis. And they have pastas, including ziti, lasagna and spaghetti with meatballs. All the pastas come with garlic bread, which is a nice touch. So it's very good, particularly for a counter restaurant that doesn't have any table service. Also, Giorgio himself is usually there and is very friendly. He will try to get to know you and chat if you seem like you're willing. The negatives are pretty inconsequential (for me at least). The pasta is not fresh - it's boiled earlier in the day and kept in a big Tupperware-style container. When you order it, they throw it in a colander and put it up in hot water in a sink-looking contraption. It makes the sauce watery, especially the marinara on the spaghetti. Second, a couple of the employees over the years have been kind of jerks. I watched one in particular as he cussed out Giorgio at the counter one evening. He's one of those guys who feels like he needs to rib people and needle them and be a smartass, and when he crosses a line he acts surprised and says he's kidding, insinuating that you're the one at fault for being overly sensitive. Whatever. I'm just here for the pizza. All in all, it's not food that will knock your socks off, but it's good, it's reasonably affordable for a restaurant right off Monument Circle and it's consistent. You go to Giorgio's, you always know what you'll get. You should come by, and you should definitely go to a Pacers game when you do.
Stopped into town at an Airbnb, ordered some pizza, you know how it is. Online ordering was a little vague so I called the store, and the extremely nice man on the other end explained the whole menu in detail. Ordered it over the phone, came in 30-40 minutes. I travel a lot and I eat a lot of pizza all around the US, I've had it from all the usual famous places in Chicago and Philly and NYC, and everything between. This damn pizza was incredible. I got a stuffed pizza with sausage and chicken (chicken was a slight upcharge, no biggie). Crust was perfectly cooked, and the top crust was slightly different - more a pie crust than a pizza crust, golden brown and flaky. Perfect sauce to cheese to ingredients ratio, no greasy goo on your hands (they got the moisture content of the cheese just right) and...man it was a great pizza. 16" fed three adults and there were a couple slices left over. And the Cannolis...oh my the Cannolis. So many times (even from well-known bakeries) it's basically bland sweet icing in a puff pastry, too sweet and no depth; these...THESE were Cannolis. The shell had the texture almost of a handmade empanada, crunchy but still a little to chew on and it didn't crack apart and leave you holding a mess...slight cinnamon flavor and a light dusting of powdered sugar. The filling was just perfect. Custardy, warm, good salt content, not too sweet, and occasional little bombs of decent chocolate chips. I love handmade desserts but they are often made to what I guess is the "decadent American" palate - two bites and you're sick of the sweetness. These were really something. Thank you, thank you, thank you for making my day.
Giorgio’s pizza is a good pizza option if you’re craving a slice in Indianapolis. Based on the more or less solid reviews, it's definitely worth trying.
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