I like Pizza Port food and beer but would love for a few decibels less noise. This particular location seems a bit loud even for Pizza Port. Otherwise, it is your standard Pizza Port with a production facility attached, serving great pizzas and fresh beer.
Travlr (3407) Charlotte , North Carolina | May 19, 2017| Updated May 24, 2017
My favorite part was the view from outside the restaurant. Inside is loud, not just loud music but also very loud "Bob your pizza is ready" announcements every five minutes. Dirty tables. Obnoxious kids. No flights, some beers available as half pints. Tasty beers. Not my cup of tea.
Just like the other Pizza Ports in decor and layout. Great selection of taps of various Pizza Port beers (from all locations) and a few guests. Cheap flights available and good pizza of course. Service was decent, though the pizza took a while to be made. Not worth coming out to this one especially, but worth a stop if close to this location.
Visited 21.4.16. Initially intended to visit the other Carlsbad location, but were tempted to visit there. Good selection and good beer. No vegan options other than no-cheese pizza. Tasting glasses way too small, staff are business-minded. I can deal with all of the above, especially since the beer’s good, but it was too noisy and too crowded and filled with kids running around. Too family-friendly for my taste.
We came here on 18.2.2016. I am an absolute Pizza Port fan and have visted all the other places already. This one has been started in 2013 and is the largest one. 2 large floors and a small outside garden. The brewery is surprisingly large, might have become the main brewery nowadays. Beers and pizza were fantastic and atmosphere awesome. Even I like the other ones slighly more, still is a world class beer place!
Une brasserie immense, j’étais presque sous le choc quand j’ai vu ça la première fois. À l’intérieur, rien de surprenant, c’est comme le reste de la famille. Au moment où on se parle, j’ai goûté les bières les plus décevantes dans mes saucettes Pizza Port mais tout peu changer extrêmement vite.
Visited on Friday 14th November ’14, around 5.30pm, thanks to GT2 for supplying the wheels!
This place is a modern facility and unlike the other 3 PP’s I’d previously visited, not a dive bar feel at all.
Brewing facility on the left as you enter.
Split over 2 floors, with a bar on each, the place was booming this Friday evening.
Plus points over OB and SB, it has a solid guest list similar to Carlsbad perhaps 12 to 15, allied to 25 or so house beers.
Usual good range of PP beers spanning some solid IPA’s and dark numbers to run of the mill wheats and browns. I settled down for a CDA from Societe which was a nice find.
We stood upstairs where the service was a little slow, 2 guys taking orders for both food and beer and struggling to cope. We had to wait nearly 10 minutes to get served.
Now the one downer for this Pizza Port (and others I’ve visited early evening) is the fact the place is over run with screaming kids (I guess this is just as likely on a weekend during the day time through early evening). I mean there was even a fucken kids birthday party upstairs, nowhere to sit but kids running amok and trays of fucken cup cakes laid out on the empty bench tables while I had to tick standing up - the bastards! Of all the PP venues surely this one could provide an adult only/21+ area in the separate upstairs area?
That said, still a solid venue but I’ve learnt from this visit to CA to avoid them in the early evenings due to the brat factor.
A big eating area, lots of picnic tables. Limited seating outside. Good pizza and beer as usual. I liked the fish tank made from a fermentation tank. Seems kind of sterile or corporate feel compared to the other Pizza Ports.