|Address:||5434 Peachtree Rd # 101, Atlanta, GA 30341, USA|
|Working:||11AM–9PM 11AM–9PM 11AM–9PM 11AM–10PM 11AM–10PM 12–10PM 5–9PM|
David Adler, D.C.
I posted a positive review some time ago and sadly my experience has changed. We frequent this location as we love the food and service but that was not the case last night. Server was great as was the food and we were enjoying the nice outdoor seating and weather. There was one GUEST who walked to the front to have a smoke but was courteous enough to walk further away when he realized that his smoke was headed towards us. This was NOT the case with the staff who came out for a break. 4 people sat at a table and two of them lit up (one who does work there) within seconds the entire area smelled like an ashtray. As soon as this stench hit us the meal was over for for all of us. Yes I am aware that outdoor sitting might have smoking but you would think that employees would be aware and make sure that they were not disturbing their customers. Since the meal was over and we wanted to quickly leave, I found our waitress inside and paid the bill. She did ask why I was so quick about wanting to leave and I explained the situation. Today I decided to call the restaurant and let them know about our experience and they couldnt have cared less. Perhaps this should be a lesson for myself and them. I wont be sitting outdoors without first knowing if the allow smoking. For employees of a restaurant they should be more considerate of their customers first and foremost. If they would have only showed some genuine concern for my call and comments this post would not be necessary.
Over the past year, Ive visited this place at least twice a month, sometimes weekly because I work just a few minutes away. Given that its a quick and relatively inexpensive place to eat, I sometimes bring clients here for business lunches (note - it can get quite loud in the main dining area). However, my latest trip will be my last. I was with 2 colleagues at Vintage Pizzeria for lunch and the food was good as usual. However, exactly 5 minutes after we paid (and tipped over 20%), the manager came to our table and started picking up trash (e.g., napkins, straw rappers) and shoving them into one of my colleagues empty cups. Please note, she did not ask us if we would like a refill, but instead used the empty cup as a trash can. Almost 2 minutes after that, the manager comes back and rudely asks us to leave because they have other customers waiting. Shocked, we left the restaurant. To add insult to injury, we called later to express our concerns and were met with the same disregard for return customers and quality customer service by the manager over the phone.
Alright, this place is great. One of the best pizzas Ive had, and it was only one slice, but let me explain. For ~$8 you can get a slice and salad. Got the house salad: good stuff with cheese. And then I had the Vintage pizza slice, which was a little extra. The slice is huge. This is a freaking mini pizza in a triangular shape. The crust is thin but not crunchy, which is what I like. They do NOT cheat you out of toppings, I mean that pizza comes loaded. Also, there is a good enough amount of sauce; hate it when a place gives you a tiny amount of sauce, that is enraging. Anyways, for under $10 you can get a pretty big meal, thats done well, and is delicious. I would recommend this place as one if the best pizza joints in Atlanta. One more thing, and its a small thing thats pretty important to me. Their pepper flakes dispenser has big serrations that actually allow you to shake pepper flakes out. I HATE it when you have to shake the dang thing like an idiot for a few flakes to come out. So, props to this place for that.
Great neighborhood pizza place! Went there for the first time last night-- love the decor and the overall vibe. Between the two of us we ordered the Crispy Chicken Wings (amazing!!) and split a small "Vintage" Pizza. The food is very good and the service excellent. We asked for some hot sauce and our waitress suggested a side of spicy marinara sauce-- wow! It definitely had a kick and was delicious. The restaurant itself is split into two areas (you must be at least 15 years old to sit on one side) with a center bar separating them. They also have a nice size patio with overhead fans and flat-screen TVs. Plenty of parking, quick service, and very reasonable prices. The have daily deals, so make sure to check those out on their website. The lunch combo looks like a great deal too, with a slice of pizza, salad, and a drink for only $7.50. Ill definitely be heading back there soon!
Went here at lunchtime during work with about 10 co-workers. Our waitress seemed very annoyed when anyone asked questions about menu items. She did not bring out one of our appetizers and when we informed her of such she stomped off and returned to only place our appetizer with the table behind us. No refills were given on our drinks either. When it was time to leave we asked for take out boxes for our pizza and she brought out Styrofoam containers, but the other tables received cardboard pizza boxes. I requested one of the pizza boxes instead and she yelled at me, and stormed off making comments under her breath. When she returned to the table she threw the boxes down onto the table and left. I informed the manager of her behavior. Needless to say I will not be a patron at this establishment again.
I went there on Sunday. Like the fact that we could seat ourselves. We did arrive when the restaurant opened up so it was barely anybody in there which made the service fast. Order 10 piece mild chicken wings which were great with the ranch dressing. Me and my best friend order a half and half medium pizza. I had the blue pizza on my side and she had the vintage pizza. The crust was good, but overall the pizza was okay. I added some mild sauce from the wings which made it taste better. I dont know if it was the cheese or the sauce but I probably would try a different pizza. The waitress could have been a little better at serving us too. This place does get noisy when pack. Its very clean as well. Just wish it wasnt as pricey.
I came here because of the both reviews and was kind of excited because I love pizza. This was a big disappointment. The prices were comparible to a top quality pizza place like Antico or Fellinis (both slightly different styles of pizza joints, but both amazing). This pizza was more like Cicis quality, but at Cicis you get what you pay for. The crust at Vintage was the kind you get in a tube at the grocery store and make on your own. The sauce was on the sweeter side (and so was the crust). Anyways, I would rather get Pizza Hut or Dominos and get something with better value or if I want quality Ill go to Antico or Fellinis.
Best Pizza in Atlanta, hands down! It is a little hard to find (its located in Loft/Condo Complex - Bottom Floor) and it used to be a little hidden gem almost, but it is not a secret any more - which is good b/c I want them to stay in business obviously! ;) But, if you havent tried this place out do yourself a favor and make the trip over to Chamblee/Brookhaven and you will be very happy you read this review. I rarely write any reviews, but this place deserves it! Make sure you sit on the (Adult Side) of the restaurant - anyone who works there will know what you mean when you ask about that. Cheers!