|Address:||15045 US-280, Smiths Station, AL 36877, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Monday:||10:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||10:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||10:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Thursday:||10:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Friday:||12:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Saturday:||10:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Sunday:||12:00 – 9:00 PM|
Annillo's Pizzeria is located in Lee County of Alabama state. On the street of U.S. 280 and street number is 15045. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (334) 384-9062.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Annillo's Pizzeria quickly are 32.5682702 ,-85.1341656
AMAZING! Hailey at the front was awsome! Friendly fast and great attitude. The owner came out and greeted everyone. The food..well not one thing to complain about. Its was all AMAZING. The crust on the pizza is nothing like I had ever tasted. If you haven't tried the food DO!!
So I had never been there before and when I went in everybody was happy and I was surprised it was busy because it seems like a new restaurant and everybody was friendly and nice that I spoke to, but Obviously the best part of it was the pizza the pizza reminded me of Krustys cheese bread and just bought all those happy family memories back kinda like the theme from cheers or that moment in ratatouille where the food critic eats some and remembers his childhood 😂 we ordered a New York white and I’ve hated cottage cheese since I was a child but apparently it’s made with ricotta cheese and this fresh stuff is so good,if you’re one of those people who pays attention to the cheese stretch once you see it you know, in my personal opinion papa johns is unbeatable but this is the best alternative will order again
Lasagna, calzones, & pizzas have all been fantastic. Staff is friendly and attentive and must add that my family is hooked on this establishment.
This little pizzeria was such a pleasant surprise. There's only about 8 tables in the place but they were all full, even at 9 pm! We ordered 2 stromboli; a steak and cheese, and a NY sausage. The bread and red sauce were fantastic. The sauce wasnt too acidic or sweet, just smooth. Our boys (10yo) enjoyed the meatball calzone and sub immensely. So much that they were disappointed they couldn't finish it all and had to pack leftovers.
The owner was walking around introducing himself, and talking with the guests. He offered a dessert to everyone free of charge. It was some type of fried dough with powdered sugar and cinnamon, similar to a beignet. Tasty and a nice gesture in their first week of opening.
We are excited to have another great local restaurant and will definitely be back.
Just ate here for the first time. Ordered to-go for my family and everything was perfect. The staff were all very busy, but still very nice and hospitable. Will definitely be returning here when I'm in this area.
Wow a real freaking Stromboli!!! The wife and I stopped in randomly and I do believe it was the first day open. Place was super busy and there was a wait, but the food and friendly staff made up for it.
Definitely give this place a shot if you want to taste real Italian food. The menu had plenty of legit options so ill definitely be back to try more.
A new Italian restaurant, located near the Lee County Flea market. Wide variety of dishes, prices are fairly reasonable. I had a late lunch here, purchased a stromboli. Restaurant was clean and quite busy. The food was very good, the mozzarella stick appetizer was well made. Stromboli was large with a good amount of cheese, meat, and veggies contained within.
*Please Note: Per the owner, everything is scratch made to order. Expect to wait a decent amount of time for your food. My order took about 30 minutes and was well worth the wait.*
Only other thing is that the parking lot is on the small side, you may have difficulty finding a space.
Overall, I enjoyed eating here. The staff was very nice and the food was excellent.