Review: Angelo’s Pizza Parlor offers great food and amore
If you’re looking for a romantic place to take a girlfriend or boyfriend, or if you just want to sit back and relax with your friends, Angelo’s Pizza Parlor is the place to go.
Angelo’s Pizza Parlor, located at 105 E. River Walk, sits along the beautiful River Walk in downtown Pueblo, Colo. The area is a calm and soothing place where a person can sit and enjoy a great Italian dinner.
When entering Angelo’s Pizza Parlor there is always someone waiting at the door to greet you with a big smile when you come in, and to thank you when you leave. The restaurant is a very clean place and the employees there will always try to make you feel at home.
Although known for their famous Musso pizza, a pizza made with sausage, pepperoni and the Musso chili, Angelo’s Pizza Parlor also has other delicious pizzas, pasta dishes, calzones and mouthwatering sandwiches, such as their Italian hero, which you can enjoy either hot or cold.
To supplement their main course menu, they also provide guests with a wide variety of appetizers, such as an artichoke dip, buffalo wings and garlic knots, a dish Angelo’s is famous for. If you don’t feel like eating a hot dish they also have many salads to choose from and a gluten-free pizza menu so that everyone can enjoy a bite to eat.
Not only is the food great, but the entire food selection is reasonably priced too, along with their beer specials.
If you want to bring this tasty food home you can call in for takeout, as well utilize the delivery service they offer to have your mean delivered to your home. If you’re looking to celebrate a birthday party, or any other significant celebration, Angelo’s Pizza also has a catering service that will allow you to rent out their banquet room at a reasonable price.
With their catering service, they offer many different styles of Italian food that are not on the daily menu, like different pizzas, rigatoni or the original, spaghetti and meatballs.
Angelo’s recently expanded their River Walk seating, as of last summer, and plan on having live bands perform at the restaurant for an even greater time.
“We’re looking to turn the River Walk seating into more of a college-friendly, nightlife environment, along with anyone else who would like to sit down on the River Walk,” co-owner Eric Walker said.