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PorterPounder (316) Tallahassee, Florida | May 31, 2014| Updated July 4, 2014
58 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 2/10 OVERALL 10/20
Have visited many times, just never rated - typically go to the one on the NE side of town. Visited most recently in late May í14 on a late Friday night after an FSU baseball game. They have bar seating - but you still have to order food at a very slow going single cashier line. They messed up my order giving my pizza to another patron with the same name....they eventually made my pizza and gave me another one for free - very apologetic and professional about the mix-up - but should not have happened in the first place. Anyway....pizza is much, much better than the NE location, has much better crust and better sauce. Beer selection is decent with all the standard craft micros (Lagunitas, Cigar City, Bellís, Founders etc with about 20 on tap and 50 in bottles/cans - but the prices are a bit steep - most at least $5 for a 12 oz "pint". I opted for the bargain tall boy Pabst for $1.50. Due to antiquated Florida beer laws (or laziness/cheapness) laws they cannot carry the beers they brew at NE location. Like the NE location, service staff is funky, yet friendly. Worth a stop if near campus - but do not expect to be overwhelmed.
lb4lb (27) Austin, Texas | April 22, 2014
90 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 10/10 OVERALL 19/20
Favorite place in Tallahassee. The beer selection isnít bad at all and for somebody from Texas there was always something delicious that we donít get, or something seasonal or new to try. The pizza is my favorite pizza anywhere. Sun dried tomato and pepperoni, 1 slice the size of your torso, and an ice cold beer. It doesnít get any better.
mlunger12 (46) Orlando, Florida | February 7, 2013
92 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 10/10 OVERALL 19/20
Awesome pizza. Great mostly craft beer selection. Best place in town if you want something quick to eat and a good beer to go along with it. You wonít find anything super rare, but always something enjoyable. They get most of the same drafts everywhere else in town gets.
jbruner (118) Athens, Georgia | July 25, 2012
70 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
It is geared for the college folk trying to get bang for their buck on pizza that isnít massed produced. With a recent remodel, the place has doubled in size, which is nice, and it seems a bit cleaner since then. Service is alright; counter style ordering and no real servers. Made it kind of hard to order more beer, even when I was sitting at the bar. Food is good, huge NY style pizza slices, good calzones, and the portabello caps are awesome. Decent value, can walk out with a good beer and a slice of pizza for around $10. Since the remodel, the beer selection has also tripled, somewhere in the neighborhood of 20 taps, all micro, and then another 30 or so bottles. Can find good stuff, but donít expect to find something you havenít seen before. I still need to check out the other location so I can try some of their beer.
Boesky (44) Galesburg, Illinois | January 5, 2012
68 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 15/20
Tennessee St location. Raucous atmosphere, crowded and boisterous. Music was loud, lots of sports on the TVs.
College age staff and clientele. Not a lot of handles, but enough decent ones to sample whilst waiting for your pizza. Slices "the size of your head", NY style. Pretty decent.
drowland (172) Valdosta, Georgia | October 20, 2009| Updated June 2, 2011
72 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
Update: June, 2011
My rating below is for the Momoís on Tennessee Street, but the one on Market Street is much better. The place is bigger, there is more beer, etc. If youíre in town and want some pretty good pizza, definitely hit up the Market Street location and youíll get some good brews while there as well.
Well, I wasnít impressed much by this place, but itís a cool place to hang out now and then.
The place is small and cramped, and basically impossible to find somewhere to sit if itís busy. There is tons of goofy crap all over the walls, but theyíre also written all over and the place is pretty scroungy.
The service is okay... you order yourself at the cash register, which takes way too long, and they bring out your food after simply screaming your name and wandering around looking for you. Theyíre good about picking up your plates, trays, empties, etc.
The selection isnít that great. A few good craft beers on tap, but nothing you havenít seen before.
The food was fine, but not what I was expecting after all the hype. Yes, my slice of pizza was ENORMOUS, but it wasnít anything special.
The value really isnít bad... I got a freakiní huge piece of pizza for 4 bucks and 16oz cans of PBR for $1.50, the cheapest beer they had for the value. There is also dollar off drafts during happy hour
Overall, stop by and try the pizza and calzones and maybe have a decent brew while youíre there... but donít make it a regular stop.
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