By Latrice R. at 2016-09-02
This small dainty place in Churchill has good pizza and cheesesteaks. With this place you have to know what to choose and eat. There pizza is cheap (7.99 for a large pepperoni ) and is comparable to a NY style pizza. There cheesesteaks are awesome! The philly and chicken are great. I've also had there cheese fries as well. This place is located on 25th street in Churchill and the food is good. I have been eating here for about 5 years now and this is all i have eaten there.
By W R. at 2016-08-06
I had to call them 6 times to get a hold of my order that was already 30 mins late. The lady told me the driver was on his way. Then I called 30 minutes later and she said she didn't even have my order even though I gave them the order number. Told me to try grubhub as they dont take seamless. At that point, I told them to forget it I was going somewhere else to get food. Then as I'm leaving my apartment to go somewhere else to eat, which has already been about 80 minutes late, this random delivery guy stops my car and tells me it's my order from DaVincis and I have to pick it up. At that point the food was COLD. OH AND THEY DIDN'T EVEN GET THE ORDER RIGHT!! The toppings on the pizza were wrong and everything was cold.
What a horrible experience. Should probably try to pick up the phones when customers are calling. Also maybe not be so rude to a customer who was just asking about his order. Maybe pay attention to order details? Maybe be on time? Maybe get your shut together since my order apparently did go through and you guys said it didn't?
0/5 if possible
By Nicole M. at 2016-06-15
I'm new to Richmond and saw good reviews for DaVinci's, so I decided to try it out. Unfortunately, I was not impressed. The jalapeño poppers that I ordered were decent, however, the pepperoni pizza reminded me a lot of one of those frozen DiGiorno pizzas that you can get at the store. On a positive note, the prices were great.
By Poetry M. at 2016-04-04
This is definitely better than decent pizza! We've also ordered and enjoyed chicken philly subs, chicken tenders, fries, etc - all good. Since its out of the way for us, we always call in an order and we're all set. Service is friendly and prices are reasonable. They are also open late which is a must and a plus on weekends- great way to end a night of partying. If the area wasn't so sketchy we'd eat here all the time! Delivery is available in a limited area.
By Logan M. at 2016-01-20
Just the thing for a relaxed night in, excellent take away pizza! I will definitely be back! Also very affordable compared to other places in Church Hill!
By Nathan C. at 2016-07-25
Its good for the price. Its your basic neighborhood pizza/sub place; the food is good and cheap, but nothing to write home about. If you're nearby and enjoy a basic steak and cheese sub, then its worth checking out, but you shouldn't go out of your way to get food here.
By Will J. at 2014-01-22
Tried the bologna burger and onion rings tonight. Surprised they had thick slices bologna like it should be. It was good. The onion rings were good also and the regular was a good portion on rings.
The cakes served are from Michaela's Bakery, can't go wrong with that. I got the vanilla cake with chocolate icing.
By Navia G. at 2013-08-30
The pizza here is pretty damn good. It isn't gourmet pizza, but it's not Little Caeser's either. It's just your average (sketchy) neighborhood pizza spot. The pies are New York style, with a slightly thin (not crispy) hand-tossed crust. Their carry-out special is $6.99 for a large one-topping pizza, and for the way the pizza tastes, you can't beat it. I don't think they deliver. The pizza is always cooked through, pepperonis are crisp, mushrooms are fresh (not canned-score!), cheesy, and the toppings go almost to the edge.
Their steak and cheese subs are pretty good too.
Always, always order ahead and pick it up. Trust me, you don't want to be standing in the store or outside of the store for longer than you have to. The staff are generally pleasant, but the pizza spot is very close to a corner store that's frequented by drunks and beggars. It's common for someone to ask you for money in that 30 sec walk from the car to the building. This place is not too far from my house, so I've picked up food here quite a few times and never had anything more than that happen so don't let that deter you from getting some cheap eats. If you live in Richmond, you have most likely dealt with beggars before.