UPDATE: Ever since Quincy (our regular server) left, this place has gone way down hill. The other servers are no good. I think they also changed out the cook. Service is slow, food is not as good, and to put salt in the wound, they charge an automatic 20% gratuity for 6 or more. One time they even charged 4 of us the 20% just because we came in with other people we knew. Silly. The only thing left is the good prices, but thats not enough, so disregard the rest of this review, Pazzo's is out of the lunch rotation.
Having recently moved into a new office on Eastlake, we were in search of a new lunch spot. The most convenient place is Daly’s Drive In, which is fine, but regular visits there would probably shorten my life expectancy. Romio’s is also close by, but other than the nice waitress, not much stood out.
Enter Pazzo’s. At first, it didn’t seem like this would be a good lunch place, because most of the items had prices more suited for dinner. Then we found the back page, with the lunch menu. They offer pizzas, calzones, paninis, sandwiches, and salads. The pizzas are listed at 6”, but they are larger than that. You can select your two favorite toppings from a pretty good list for either the pizza or calzone. The calzones are my favorite so far, but I haven’t made it to the sandwiches or paninis yet. The side salads that come with are on their own plate, and overflowing.
To top if off, everything is served with a smile. We’re still on the lookout for other places for lunch, but Pazzo’s currently takes the top spot.