Antonino Bertolo’s Boiling Springs Boiling Springs SC

2640 Boiling Springs Rd, Boiling Springs, SC 29316, USA

About Antonino Bertolo’s Boiling Springs Boiling Springs SC

4.5 / 5 from reviews
Roger Stoddard
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May 21, 2020

They are open for dine-in service as of last week. My wife and I went there and we both enjoyed our pizzas immensely. She got a 9 in. vegetarian and I got a 12 in. pepperoni and onion. The crust on both was superb and quite tasty. Mine did not have as much grease as I have seen on some pizzas I have had in the past. The staff was very attentive to us also. Highly recommend for pizza in Boiling Springs, SC

Brent H
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July 28, 2019

Great pizza every time we come. Love the crispy crust.

Alicia Sturgill
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March 19, 2020

Love the cheese ravioli here. Very good. We got served someone else's pizza tho. Food is good, overall experience was not bad. Will go back.

Jose Soler
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March 01, 2020

The pizza is amazing. I'm so thankful that this place is here. No family environment. The staff is wonderful, they even gave my kids some toys to take home! Giovanna is the best!

Xx xX
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November 30, 2019

Antonino Bertolo's Boiling Springs Pros: Take out was estimated at 20 minutes, pizza was ready for pick up during this time which is a plus. Staff on the phone and in person were friendly and very polite. Very clean inside, no signs of dirt or lack of cleaning Cons: Watery flavorless sauce that has no lasting flavor outside of a quarter of a second. My guess it came from a can. The "garlic knots" look like they have been over proofed or made with a low quality frozen bread. The end result is they came out looking more like yeast rolls than actual knots. Had they tasted good I wouldnt have really cared but they tasted like they looked, which was garlic on a cheap yeast roll. No seasoning, oil, butter, or anything could be noted. Pizza was very greasy, chewy, and had a oder of burnt bread. Cheese had little seasoning or flavor and would be my guess that a cheap frozen or packaged cheese was used instead of fresh. Sauce flavor was again non existant leaving only a greasy chewy mess to eat. The pepperoni was soggy and flimsy, which reminded me of store bought cheap pepperoni. Final Thoughts: At 14$ before tip you could pick up all the ingrediants from a local grocer and make a pizza yourself and likely come out with a better creation. My advice is to ditch the cheap ingrediants, move to fresh items, charge an extra 2 to 3$ and do it the right way. For children or picky eaters who enjoy a basic bland pizza this would be a perfect dinner item, for someone who expects more than a local pizza chain (pizza hut, dominos, ect) you will be sadly disappointed as I was.

Antonino Bertolo’s Boiling Springs Boiling Springs SC

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2640 Boiling Springs Rd, Boiling Springs, SC 29316, USA

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