- Sandy Springs
It's pizza of the old school, the ginormous, crispy, foldable kind that inevitably results in a sauce-smeared face and a happy belly. (Also, there's Galaga and Pac-Man.)Checkered tablecloths? Check. Galaga arcade? Check. Big, cheesy, melty slices of pizza bigger than your face? Double-check. It's affirmative: Napoli Pizza meets every requirement of your classic, good old-fashioned neighborhood pizza parlor. No aged balsamic vinegars, no black truffle oil, no cheese made from the milk of unicorns—not that we don't love us some fancy-schmancy pizza.
But every now and then, it's nice to try your hand at Pac-Man while waiting to dive face-first into the biggest calzone in town. It's pizza of the old school, the ginormous, crispy, foldable kind that inevitably results in a sauce-smeared face and a happy belly. And, really, when you're in the market for a go-to pizza joint, what else could you possibly ask for? (Oh, yeah. High score in Galaga. We'll get there one of these days.)
Greek Salad, $3.99 (small) - $6.50 (large)
The Italian Special, $3.50 (slice), $13.50 (12"), $18.50 (16"), $9.99 (calzone)
The Carnivore's Delight, $3.99 (slice) - $19.50 (16")
The Deluxe, $3.99 - $19.50 (16")
Sunday - Thursday, 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m. - 12 a.m.