Al's Pizza

303 Atlantic Blvd
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
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Customer Reviews (9 reviews)


on Citysearch Mar 29, 2007
I have been going to Neptune Beach/jax beaches for years and no other pizza joint in town compares to Al's. You can sit outside and smell the ocean while indulging your tastebuds or eat inside the restaurant, where it... (more)


on Citysearch Feb 14, 2007
Traditional Italian dishes are served including calzones, manicotti, pastas, seafood and meat platters at the bright restaurant. (more)


on Citysearch May 17, 2006
Good selections of pizza pies - we ordered take out to bring back to the hotel. Very good crust, fresh tasting toppings, prices about $18 for a good large pie. but good luck finding a parking space - this is in a VERY... (more)


on Citysearch May 10, 2006
I live in Ga, but everytime I'm in Jax or near Jax, I will always go to al's to eat and bring one home! (more)

Maryland G.

on Judys Book Mar 17, 2006
Als is slowly taking over the block..... sneakily expanding; but still always packed with hungry pizza lovers. You'll want to visit their other locations in jacksonville as well, Riverside, Ponte Vedra, and I... (more)

Frederick W.

on Judys Book Feb 09, 2006
I'll be honest - I am usually a huge fan of thin-crust pizza and garlic, but the three times I've had it here at Al's, there was WAY too much garlic, overwhelming every other taste. Fortunately, the thick-crust... (more)


on Citysearch Sep 19, 2005
How can this pizza be voted # 1 in jax when they use part skim milk cheese and it is so paper thin you cant pick it up ? Awful . (more)


on Citysearch Oct 20, 2003
Al's is one of the few places in Jacksonville where you can actually sit outside with your pet and have a casual meal. Even better than that, they actualy furnished me with a plastic bowl for water for my pup. And the food... (more)


on Citysearch Apr 22, 2003
I have lived in the Jacksonville area for a little over three years, and besides that have only lived in New York. From what I have seen here, Al's Pizza is the best in the first coast. However, it has the WORST customer... (more)

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