Awesome pizza and atmosphere! Very good price as well. You are definitely in for a treat if you are a pizza lover!
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Roma's pizza is Absolutely awesome! It is a family owned & ran business! If you're ever out & about near St.Louis, make the detour & order even a half baked & finish It when you get home! My son lives in N Orleans & always takes a half baked on ice home to NOLA!
Pizza is excellent. It is usually always crowded, and was previously so loud it was disconcerting, but modifications have been made and it is much better now. This is a real testimony of the American story- determination and perseverance- and a great product!
Yes I have been eating Roma's pizza since I was 18 (in my 40s now). This is basically the best pizza you will ever eat. A couple of things to note for novice people going in your first time: When the pizza comes out it is extremely hot so give it a few minutes to cool down or the toppings... More
We love Roma's and would go more often but their secret is out and it's always crowded! But the service is fast and we've never had to wait very long. We almost always get the salad with cheese, pizza (green pepper & mushroom is a favorite) and an Italian beer - good food at a good price. Believe they are... More
Pizza is a thinner pizza, but not as thin as IMOs. Greasy and super flavorful. If you want extra cheese, just ask it's no extra cost. They use the best mozzarella cheese overhead my life! The house salad with the cheese is out of this world. It's a vinegar and oil based dressing but very flavorful. The cheese is a... More
I grew up in and around Chicago where I was raised on good, thin-crust pizza. When I came to St. Louis in the early 1980's I was hard pressed to find something close to what I was used to back home. I settled in the Metro-East about 1985 and not long after that I was introduced to Roma's. This is... More
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