Pizza Bellino Menu

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Diabetics at Pizza Hut

Pizza is neither a great meal nor the worst for diabetes. All you need is some fact check and monitoring while ordering your pizza. Diabetics can opt for thin crust or skinny pizza at Pizza Hut and avoid the cheese topping to cut down on the excess fat and sodium. If you have diabetes, then ensure to check your portion size when you order a pizza. One or max. two slices are enough. You can also avoid meat if possible and go for wings as a meat option.

Foods to Avoid at Pizza Hut for Diabetics:

You must avoid Meat Lovers Pizza with Original Pan Crust as it contains over 1000mg sodium and will add 470 calories in your meal. You should also skip Super Supreme Pizza Large Original Pan Slice which is too high in sodium and fat. Chicken wings are often tempting but you must control and restrict yourself from ordering Traditional Honey BBQ Bone-in Wings as it can add up to your sugar levels if you eat too many. On average, a person orders or consumes six chicken wings pieces in a day.

Sides must be avoided at all costs especially if it's Bacon Cheddar Fries with Ranch Dipping Cup for its high sodium content. You must also avoid New York Style Cheesecake with Applesauce as dessert as one slice of this dessert item contains 86g sugar. Pizza Hut also offers other Italian dishes such as Pasta. However, you must skip Spaghetti with Meat Sauce and Meatballs and Garlic Bread as it is too high in sodium and sugar.

Food Suggestions for Diabetics at Pizza Hut:

Veggie Lover's - Personal Pan Pizza Slice

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 290mg sodium, 18g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Hawaiian Chicken - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 3g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 300mg sodium, 14g carbs, 3g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Chicken Bacon Parmesan Small Original Pan Slice

Nutritional Facts: 160 calories, 8g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 310mg sodium, 15g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 7g Protein

Naked - Bone Out Wing (Piece)

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 4g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0.5g), 160mg sodium, 6g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 5g Protein

Traditional Bone-In Wings with Garlic Parmesan Sauce

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 300mg sodium, less than 1g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 10g Protein

Classic Caesar Salad

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 12g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Cheese Small Hand Tossed Slices

Nutritional Facts: 130 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 250mg sodium, 17g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Cinnamon Stick

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 2.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 100mg sodium, 13g carbs, 4g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

High Blood Pressure at Pizza Hut

Fast-food restaurants like Pizza Hut are not recommended to dine-in if you are diagnosed with high blood pressure. Most pizzas at Pizza Hut are high in sodium and hence you must stick to one or max. two slices of any regular size pizza to limit your sodium intake. Try out the salads as they are not only healthy but also keeps you full for a longer period. However, you must ensure that you don't order the salads without any extra dressing.

Foods to Avoid at Pizza Hut for High Blood Pressure

Avoid Meat Lovers Pizza with Original Pan Crust and Supreme Pizza Large Original Pan Slice at all costs when you order at Pizza Hut. Both these pizzas contain a high amount of sodium which can spike your blood pressure levels. Also, skip Bacon Cheddar Fries with Ranch Dipping Cup and Traditional Honey BBQ Bone-in Wings to restrict your sodium intake.

Food Suggestions for High Blood Pressure at Pizza Hut

Veggie Lover's - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 100 calories, 3.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 14g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 14g Protein

Hawaiian Chicken Small Thin 'N Crispy Slices

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 3g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 280mg sodium, 14g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Chicken Bacon Parmesan Small Original Pan Slice

Nutritional Facts: 160 calories, 8g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 310mg sodium, 15g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 7g Protein

Naked - Traditional Bone-In Wing (Piece)

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1g), 160mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

Traditional Bone-In Wings with Garlic Parmesan Sauce

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 300mg sodium, less than 1g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 10g Protein

Cheese Small Hand Tossed Slices

Nutritional Facts: 130 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 250mg sodium, 17g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Classic Caesar Salad

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 12g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Cinnamon Stick

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 2.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 100mg sodium, 13g carbs, 4g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

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High Cholesterol at Pizza Hut

Whether large, medium or small, a pizza can boost your cholesterol levels instantly. You shouldn't eat more than one slice of any pizza your order at Pizza Hut. If you're concerned with your high cholesterol, then it is wise to take your friends to Pizza Hut and share pizza among them slice by slice. You can also try pasta at Pizza Hut but ensure that you are not adding any dressing or extra cheese as you order pasta.

Foods to Avoid at Pizza Hut for High Cholesterol

Keep your pizza intake to one slice to avoid high cholesterol intake while you dine at Pizza Hut. Skip Supreme Pizza Large Original Pan Slice as it contains a high amount of fat and the sodium levels are also very high. Avoid the desserts section completely to limit the fat and sugar intake. You can also limit yourself from ordering non-veg pizza and skip adding sides or dressing on your orders to ensure that your cholesterol is in check while dining at Pizza Hut.

Food Suggestions to Maintain Cholesterol Level at Pizza Hut:

Veggie Lover's - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 100 calories, 3.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 14g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 14g Protein

Buffalo Chicken - Small Original Pan Slice

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2g), 420mg sodium, 18g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Hawaiian Chicken - Small Thin 'N Crispy Slice

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 3g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 300mg sodium, 14g carbs, 3g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

Traditional Bone-In Wings with Garlic Parmesan Sauce

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 300mg sodium, less than 1g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 10g Protein

Cavatini Veggie Lover's with Garlic Bread

Nutritional Facts: 630 calories, 10g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 730mg sodium, 113g carbs, 14g sugar, 7g fiber, 21g Protein

Classic Caesar Salad

Nutritional Facts: 110 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 270mg sodium, 12g carbs, 2g sugar, 2g fiber, 5g Protein

Breadsticks

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1g), 260mg sodium, 19g carbs, 1g sugar, 1g fiber, 4g Protein

Cinnamon Stick

Nutritional Facts: 80 calories, 2.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 100mg sodium, 13g carbs, 4g sugar, 0g fiber, 2g Protein

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  • Reshma B.

    I didn't want to give this place less than 3 stars since I didn't try the pizza but let me say the salad was not very impressive. I got the popcorn chicken salad. It came with a ton of spring mix greens (a la Costco), a handful of fried chicken bits, a bunch of soggy fries (Pittsburgh style, I guess) and a giganto glob of fried cheese on top. The cheese was so all encompassing that I had to basically remove it and throw it out. The fries were good but a little too greasy. Not much else to the salad besides a couple of tomatoes and peppers. A pretty unsatisfying salad but guess that's what I get for ordering salad from a pizza place!

    (3)
  • Alex P.

    Consistent, satisfying, New York style pizza by the slice in Squirrel Hill.

    (4)
  • Nina P.

    I'm surprised by the reviews for here because I've never had a problem with them. As Duchess you probably can guess I'm here a lot and much more than the times I'd remembered to check in. First of all, you have to give them some credit for being the newest pizza joint in a area that already has 6 others. I mean really at that point you know they're either naive or they can offer something better. So all the reviews from what I can tell are about their pizza. Well they also have good wraps, awesome calzones, crisp cheese sticks (not soggy like eatnparks) and huge delicious salads! They have a pizza special 2 cheese slices and a drink for $4 which I dare you to compare to Italian Village Pizza just up the street where they have the same deal but thin cardboard pizza slices. If you go for one of Bellino's specialty pizzas, go ahead an compare it to Lucci's which is overpriced "gourmet" pizza that doesn't deliver. When it comes to Mineo's pizza and Aiello's pizza, you've got to know they have been around so long that they have a rivalry between the two, you like one or the other, but it's also completely unfair fight if you try to compare it to Bellino. The have a clean area with tables to dine in if you choose and the food is served to you quickly. I've only had it slightly burnt once when I went in on a Friday night which is was obvious they were swamped with orders and deliveries to be done. Also when it comes to the phone service, it's always one guy helping you and the customers at the counter. They don't have fancy hold music, he asks you to hold then helps the customer there and then helps you as quickly as he can and in the order you came. He's the same guy there every day except Sunday working his hardest. It's obvious the difference of the pizza on Sundays is lower quality because he's the one that keeps the employees on their toes. I'm giving them 5 stars because for what they offer I think they deserve it. In Pittsburgh, pizza isn't just the same everywhere, you have to pick your pizza place depending on what you want out of it, remember that!!

    (5)
  • Sarah S.

    Okay, so the pizza was not amazing, but I was too excited that they made whole wheat crust and delivered that I didn't care. The delivery guy was pretty fast and very nice. This place is very cheap, which is nice if you're in college!

    (3)
  • Jibran M.

    Cheap AND delicious!

    (5)
  • Jason B.

    Sorry, but this place is a bit overpriced compared to the other pizza places locally - it's still cheap, but on the high end of cheap. Plus, the people working the counter don't know how to greet guests or take orders. I sat there for 5 minutes before the cook in back yelled at the counter guy to pull his head off his paperwork to take an order. And it was 10:55am and I was the only guy in the place! This was the third time I've been in the place and they ignored me standing in front of them - only this time I forced myself to stay to actually find out about the food (which wasn't anything special). To top it off, the guy didn't give me my Diet Coke when I was done order, and neglected to ask if my order dine-in - and just had my stuff handed to me in a bag even though I was sitting with my laptop at a table. The biggest insult? I think he was a manager. Don't eat here; go to another pizza place (Aiello's, Lucci's, Napoli, even Italian Village). I realize it's just pizza, but for exactly 10 dollars for a gyro, small portion of fries, and a drink, I'd like my meal with a nod and moderate smile please.

    (1)
  • Amanda J.

    I am slightly confused by the reviews for Pizza Bellino, as they range from thrilled to enraged. Pizza Bellino is one of the closer pizza places to my apartment, but I just made it here recently. I stopped in because I was starving, and they sell single slices for $2. I got a great slice of cheese pizza! One slice was enough for a small meal, and the sauce is very nicely spiced. The cheese quality is good too. The service is pretty fast when you eat in, unlike Aiello's and Mineo's. I have always had good customer service here as well. There are crazy good lunch specials, and they always have deals in the Squirrel Hill Pennysaver. As one of the only places that delivers in Squirrel Hill, I can imagine it can be pretty slow and tense. I would stick to eat-in. Good for a quick slice of pizza!

    (4)
  • Andy J.

    Excellent pizza and hoagie. I had a large pepperoni pizza. I like the pepperoni slices to be slightly charred and these were. The cheese portion is standard which is how I prefer it. I thought they did a good job with their crust. I'd prefer a bit more crust myself, but the rest of the group liked it. The Italian hoagie was nicely balanced between meat, cheese, and bread and toasted nicely. It was a vinegar and oil based Italian dressing, not the creamy Italian that some places use for some reason.

    (4)
  • Rachel S.

    Ordered a pizza, "broccoli bites" and cheesecake. It was terrible. The pizza was so bland we wished we had ordered from Dominos and the cheesecake was FROZEN. Terrible, all around. *Update: They did refund me for the terrible pizza (though not the cheesecake--whatever on that...) so I give them credit for that. I still would not order from them again. Another good note, the driver was extremely pleasant and was surprised that I tipped him. Refreshing service in that sense. For that reason, I have upgraded to two stars.

    (2)
  • Brittany S.

    I'm surprised this place is in business after the horrible experience I had. They are extremely rude!! They were screaming at us on the phone, talked over us, and didn't apologize once. I'd tell you how the food was, but it never came. When we complained about it not coming, they basically told us it was our fault and they did nothing wrong. I work in customer service, so getting this type of service was disheartening. This was no way to treat your paying customers. I will gladly order elsewhere! Good luck staying in business!!!!

    (1)
  • The Teenage Old Soul ..

    Very delicious pizza. Have gyros too. They have a nice atmosphere and a tv with the news playing. Owner by an Italian family. If your in Squirrel Hill, looking for pizza, look no further.

    (5)
  • John M.

    I ordered this last night with a few friends from out of town. They both got calzones which were great, I ordered a chicken parm. I open it up and the whole thing just reeks. I take one bite and it's clear something went bad, most likely the mountain of melted cheese on top. Not a problem, these things totally happen. But when I call up to let them know what happened, not only did he do nothing for me, but made it sound like I was making it all up and there was no way his food could possibly be spoiled! I know I'll never be eating here again, even though the food may have been OK, just because the customer service was so atrocious.

    (1)
  • Jacob B.

    Went here with friends from work who, as well as ordering food along with me, brought something additional to eat with them. The man behind the counter not only told them to leave. He used a lot of profanity while doing so. Calling them "f***ing a*******s" repeatedly. His coworkers expressed that they disagreed with his handling of the situation. But he is apparently in charge. I'll never return here.

    (1)
  • Matthew U.

    Lunchtime in Oakland can be a daunting task. Options are immense here. When you factor in if there is delivery or not, the number dwindles down some. While hungry on this particular lunchtime, my coworkers and I decided to try something a little different than what they usually get (thank heavens for that). After riffling through the menus they had stashed at work, they came upon Bellino's menu. After looking it over, and tired from pizza and hoagies, I decided to go with a salad. Not a bad choice to make. Unlike your typical pizza place salad, this one actually made me feel full. Maybe it was because of instead of using iceberg lettuce, they went with the mixed greens as the base. And unlike other pizza places, they actually gave you some good toppings. cucumbers, green peppers, grape tomatoes, and carrots. I would have been satisfied if I would have just gotten a regular salad with those toppings. However I did opt for the popcorn chicken salad which basically voided my healthy eating for the day. With all the good for you toppings, they added the popcorn chicken, a ton of cheese and french fries (hey, they are still a vegetable ;)). Overall, I liked it. It hit the spot and I wasn't craving anything by the end of my shift at work. I would definitely give Pizza Bellino a spot in my folder for their menu.

    (4)
  • Shawna S.

    Twice now I've had horrible experience. The first I got a cold pizza 3 hours after I ordered. But I gave them another shot. This time the canceled my order two hours after I ordered and ten minutes after grub hub said it was out for delivery. When I called, they yelled at me straight away and said it was my fault for ordering. Never again

    (1)
  • Gilles D.

    Ordered a large garden salad and the buffalo chicken salad, both were delicious. Salads were huge, I had the buffalo, the chicken was super spicy and delicious. Fresh crisp vegetables, great pizza place salad for sure. Also ordered breadsticks which were probably some of the best I've ever had, very doughy and the perfect amount of flavor. Delivery was fast, will absolutely be ordering again.

    (5)
  • Lyndsey S.

    New Years Day and this was the only pizza spot in Squirrel Hill open late. I decided to take a chance on this place... The service was horrible. Then to add insult to injury the pizza was beyond unappetizing. The toppings were dry and over cooked on the Bellino Pie not to mention the fact that there was barely any cheese or sauce.... Just dry over cooked toppings. We also ordered the chef Bellino pie.... It clearly stated white garlic sauce... There was no sauce at all. Actually, there was dry basil and Plopped Ricotta cheese carelessly placed on this pie. When we tried to call the restaurant to return this $42 monstrosity of an order, they were disgustingly rude and had no intention of making this right. When you pay $42 dollars for 2 lack luster disgusting pies.... A review this size is warranted. If I could give negative 5 stars I would!!!!!

    (1)
  • Timothy S.

    Pizza Bellino has been our go-to place for a vegetable pie ever since we first tried it. There's a good balance between the crust, sauce, cheese, and toppings, with none of them being overwhelming and all of them having the same high quality. It's been a consistently great pizza over the years, and none of the other pizza joints we've tried around here have been able to better it. The pick-up service is good and it's a nice little place without many frills. Highly recommended if you like a well-balanced pizza with a good mix of toppings.

    (5)
  • Maret B.

    This is by far the best pizza I have had in a while. I used to order from Italian village pizza, but their pizza has gone down hill and sucks lately.... my cousin said to try this place and not only is their menu amazing, but the food is really really good!

    (5)
  • Sara T.

    I just ordered delivery from here via GrubHub, and I'm pretty satisfied!! I ordered a steak salad with a somewhat lengthy amount of modifications, and I also ordered the potato bacon soup. I'm very pleased with the salad! All of my weird modifications were met, which I am very thankful for :) The soup is tasty, maybe not as thick as I thought it would be, but still yummy to dip my garlic bread in! Delivery was prompt, no issues finding my house. Overall, A+! Would order again and recommend to a friend!

    (5)
  • Kate D.

    Fast delivery. 1 start for that. But otherwise....seriously pittsburgh yelpers?!?!?! You have guided me to yet another disappointing meal. This is NOT good pizza. If you want something fast, go for it. If you want some pizza, don't.

    (1)
  • Dino D.

    We ordered from here on the fly one late Tuesday night. I was very, very surprised at how fast the food was delivered. The pepperoni pizza was perfect. For me the crust makes/breaks a pie and theirs was spot on. It had really deep flavor and was perfect for dipping in hot sauce. The sauce was hearty and not that odd sweet flavor some places use. My girlfriend only eats cheese pizza. Hers was very cheesy and she said she love it. We finally found our regular place. Can't wait to try their other foods.

    (4)
  • Thabang N.

    I ordered a pizza from them and they sent the wrong pizza and they did not acknowledge or apologize for their error. Probably won't order from them again

    (1)
  • Stacey L.

    Favorite place to order pizza delivery! Never actually eaten in the store, but have ordered from them many many times. I love private owned pizza shops, I think they just overall taste so much better than chain-store pizzas. Delivery is always made within a reasonable amount of time, and pizza's consistently delicious. Not too expensive either. Also ordered gyros and spaghetti w/ meatballs from Bellino's before. HUGE portions!! and tasty too! Next time you crave some pizza, skip Domino's or Vocelli's check out Bellino's. It may surprise you!

    (4)
  • Steph C.

    Heard around that they have great pizza, I beg to differ. Tried a Pepperoni slice and it felt like just eating dough. Was not fresh and it was thick in just...dough, almost no tomato sauce, just cheese. Pizza was dry... Horrible experience with their pizza.

    (2)
  • Gilles D.

    Ordered a large garden salad and the buffalo chicken salad, both were delicious. Salads were huge, I had the buffalo, the chicken was super spicy and delicious. Fresh crisp vegetables, great pizza place salad for sure. Also ordered breadsticks which were probably some of the best I've ever had, very doughy and the perfect amount of flavor. Delivery was fast, will absolutely be ordering again.

    (5)
  • Lyndsey S.

    New Years Day and this was the only pizza spot in Squirrel Hill open late. I decided to take a chance on this place... The service was horrible. Then to add insult to injury the pizza was beyond unappetizing. The toppings were dry and over cooked on the Bellino Pie not to mention the fact that there was barely any cheese or sauce.... Just dry over cooked toppings. We also ordered the chef Bellino pie.... It clearly stated white garlic sauce... There was no sauce at all. Actually, there was dry basil and Plopped Ricotta cheese carelessly placed on this pie. When we tried to call the restaurant to return this $42 monstrosity of an order, they were disgustingly rude and had no intention of making this right. When you pay $42 dollars for 2 lack luster disgusting pies.... A review this size is warranted. If I could give negative 5 stars I would!!!!!

    (1)
  • Timothy S.

    Pizza Bellino has been our go-to place for a vegetable pie ever since we first tried it. There's a good balance between the crust, sauce, cheese, and toppings, with none of them being overwhelming and all of them having the same high quality. It's been a consistently great pizza over the years, and none of the other pizza joints we've tried around here have been able to better it. The pick-up service is good and it's a nice little place without many frills. Highly recommended if you like a well-balanced pizza with a good mix of toppings.

    (5)
  • Maret B.

    This is by far the best pizza I have had in a while. I used to order from Italian village pizza, but their pizza has gone down hill and sucks lately.... my cousin said to try this place and not only is their menu amazing, but the food is really really good!

    (5)
  • John M.

    I ordered this last night with a few friends from out of town. They both got calzones which were great, I ordered a chicken parm. I open it up and the whole thing just reeks. I take one bite and it's clear something went bad, most likely the mountain of melted cheese on top. Not a problem, these things totally happen. But when I call up to let them know what happened, not only did he do nothing for me, but made it sound like I was making it all up and there was no way his food could possibly be spoiled! I know I'll never be eating here again, even though the food may have been OK, just because the customer service was so atrocious.

    (1)
  • Barry R.

    I recently did a pizza crawl through squirrel hill with a friend, where we hit every single one of squirrel hill's 7 pizzerias, and got a slice of pepperoni pizza at each one in a row! Pizza Bellino was a surprise for us. It's new and right by the library, neither of us had ever been inside before. Turns out, it's got some of the best overall pizza in squirrel hill! While it didn't especially stand out in any one area, everything about it was good and nothing about it was weak, Good sauce, cheese, pepperoni, cheap, fast, and they put extra cheese on top of the pepperoni which no other pizzeria did. Nice touch, and very tasty slice overall!

    (4)
  • Joseph F.

    This place has horrible pizza. I was told by a passerby that they had good pizza here while going to the post office, I'm not sure what this person was thinking. This is the worst pizza I can remember having, it was overpriced and burnt. You look at it and know it wouldn't taste good and you aren't wrong. Go to aiello's, mineo's or order pizza hut lol.

    (1)
  • Jason B.

    Sorry, but this place is a bit overpriced compared to the other pizza places locally - it's still cheap, but on the high end of cheap. Plus, the people working the counter don't know how to greet guests or take orders. I sat there for 5 minutes before the cook in back yelled at the counter guy to pull his head off his paperwork to take an order. And it was 10:55am and I was the only guy in the place! This was the third time I've been in the place and they ignored me standing in front of them - only this time I forced myself to stay to actually find out about the food (which wasn't anything special). To top it off, the guy didn't give me my Diet Coke when I was done order, and neglected to ask if my order dine-in - and just had my stuff handed to me in a bag even though I was sitting with my laptop at a table. The biggest insult? I think he was a manager. Don't eat here; go to another pizza place (Aiello's, Lucci's, Napoli, even Italian Village). I realize it's just pizza, but for exactly 10 dollars for a gyro, small portion of fries, and a drink, I'd like my meal with a nod and moderate smile please.

    (1)
  • Nina P.

    I'm surprised by the reviews for here because I've never had a problem with them. As Duchess you probably can guess I'm here a lot and much more than the times I'd remembered to check in. First of all, you have to give them some credit for being the newest pizza joint in a area that already has 6 others. I mean really at that point you know they're either naive or they can offer something better. So all the reviews from what I can tell are about their pizza. Well they also have good wraps, awesome calzones, crisp cheese sticks (not soggy like eatnparks) and huge delicious salads! They have a pizza special 2 cheese slices and a drink for $4 which I dare you to compare to Italian Village Pizza just up the street where they have the same deal but thin cardboard pizza slices. If you go for one of Bellino's specialty pizzas, go ahead an compare it to Lucci's which is overpriced "gourmet" pizza that doesn't deliver. When it comes to Mineo's pizza and Aiello's pizza, you've got to know they have been around so long that they have a rivalry between the two, you like one or the other, but it's also completely unfair fight if you try to compare it to Bellino. The have a clean area with tables to dine in if you choose and the food is served to you quickly. I've only had it slightly burnt once when I went in on a Friday night which is was obvious they were swamped with orders and deliveries to be done. Also when it comes to the phone service, it's always one guy helping you and the customers at the counter. They don't have fancy hold music, he asks you to hold then helps the customer there and then helps you as quickly as he can and in the order you came. He's the same guy there every day except Sunday working his hardest. It's obvious the difference of the pizza on Sundays is lower quality because he's the one that keeps the employees on their toes. I'm giving them 5 stars because for what they offer I think they deserve it. In Pittsburgh, pizza isn't just the same everywhere, you have to pick your pizza place depending on what you want out of it, remember that!!

    (5)
  • Sarah S.

    Okay, so the pizza was not amazing, but I was too excited that they made whole wheat crust and delivered that I didn't care. The delivery guy was pretty fast and very nice. This place is very cheap, which is nice if you're in college!

    (3)
  • Joshua R.

    Pros: -Fast delivery within Squirrel Hill -Moderate prices -Fairly diverse menu (does not have regular omissions typical to Squirrel Hill Pizza shops) -Several healthier options available on menu -Discounts and coupons galore -Online ordering is quick and easy Cons: -Drinks forgotten on order (very common for delivery orders) -Pizza is alright but not "good' -Hoagies/subs are pretty bad (cheap bread, very little cheese & rubberized meat) -Deserts come frozen with the wax paper included -Fries very tasty but pretty soggy as well. -Foreign delivery driver may have difficulty with delivery instructions. While this is still a new establishment, given the amount of direct competition in the immediate area I would have expected better. The delivery time for my order was truly excellent but in their haste they disregarded my drink order. The Driver did return however within several minutes after being chased down, but the drink he returned with was still a variation on my drink order. I would say that the quality of the food is OK, not incredibly good but certainly not the worse pizza in town. Also, their personal pizza options and late night delivery option make it an attractive choice for delivery. On my order the desert arrived mostly frozen and still wrapped in it's original freezer wax paper. Also the fries were placed in Styrofoam which makes them soggy. There are 3 types of Pizza Shops in Squirrel Hill: -Specialty (Mineo's, Aiello's, Napoli's, Lucci's) -Big Chain (Vocelli, Domino's, Pizza Hut) -Budget (Amier, Rialto, Italian Village, Bellino) Pizza Bellino definitely belongs to the later category. For me, when judging a Squirrel Hill budget pizza shop, I always use Pizza Amier as a comparison standard (since their prices are the lowest in the neighborhood). Are they more or less expensive then Pizza Amier? Does their product taste better than Amier? Does the taste justify the cost? While they do offer a tasty product and some more diverse menu options than Amier, I do not feel that the taste justifies the cost in this instance. I would not recommend this Pizza Shop. However, if had no other option I wouldn't consider it out of the question either.

    (2)
  • Michael P.

    This is the best pizza in Squirrel Hill, IMO. Good crust, quality ingredients, nice sauce (not too much, not too thick, not too sweet), well spiced. It is not quite New York style, but it is a thin crust pizza. I particularly like the Bellino Pie - which also has a good amount of smoky bacon on it. Another wonderful pizza, if you like white pizza, is the Mediterranean pie. It has feta, black olives, artichokes, tomatoes - with a nice light grilled, fresh and flavorful taste. If you don't care for the super cheesy Mineo's, and want something more flavorful than Aiello's, Pizza Bellino's is the place to go in Squirrel Hill. Very good, fresh salads, as well, and I would also recommend trying their specialty pastas

    (4)
  • Julianne K.

    I love all italian food.. From pasta to pizza to anything with cheese, pepperoni & sauce. & generally speaking, I'm not terribly picky when it comes to food. Last night, my boyfriend and I got a to-go calzone, their 5 cheese calzone, to be exact. The bread was over cooked, none of the five cheeses were melted.. even after we microwaved it ourselves (though the bread was still hot.) Next time I come to pittsburgh, I will never even think of ordering from this business.

    (1)
  • Ellie B.

    We really liked this place at first because of their specialty pizzas, which are pretty good, but after awhile, we got tired of them. Also, our stomachs consistently did not feel good the day after. Also, after being in the area longer, we found that there are other places to get a good hoagie and pizza. Bellinos though is not bad, I really do recommend trying one of their specialty pies, especially the vegetarian or the mediterranean.

    (3)
  • Hannah G.

    Ok. So. On GrubHub their hours are wrong. I order at 1:30am on a Saturday night (which appears to be within their hours of business). So I waited and waited and waited until 3:15am when I finally got a call from grubhub saying they were closed and our order was canceled... Of course EVERYTHING else was closed at that time. So I'm sitting here pizzaless, and SUPER bummed I wasn't able to reorder when I found out they were closed... DONT ORDER AFTER MIDNIGHT OR BE DISAPPOINTED / PIZZALESS

    (1)
  • Faith A.

    So, after trying a number of different pizza/wing/junk food places on GrubHub and not finding many to be consistent or yummy, we decided to try Pizza Bellino. Some of the supposed "better" pizza places in the area we live are not open on Sunday afternoons leaving us few options either A) for delivery or B) just to eat! We got wings and a chicken parm hoagie... both were good, but nothing spectacular or over the top. They get brownie points for being fast and efficient though. The food was actually fresh and hot when it got here... the hoagie was not soggy like they can often be when too much time elapses before it gets to you. I would definitely order from here again... good basics with good service in a timely fashion makes it worth trying.

    (3)
  • Teena M.

    Horrible order an Italian hoagie, it was soggy and slapped together,brown hot wilted lettuce. I could tell it was made ahead and sat forever. Called tried to get a refund the obtuse individual on the other end was not in sync with what I was trying to say, in the end of it all its a wrap I refuse to spend another dollar at that awful place.

    (1)
  • Stacey L.

    Favorite place to order pizza delivery! Never actually eaten in the store, but have ordered from them many many times. I love private owned pizza shops, I think they just overall taste so much better than chain-store pizzas. Delivery is always made within a reasonable amount of time, and pizza's consistently delicious. Not too expensive either. Also ordered gyros and spaghetti w/ meatballs from Bellino's before. HUGE portions!! and tasty too! Next time you crave some pizza, skip Domino's or Vocelli's check out Bellino's. It may surprise you!

    (4)
  • Ricardo S.

    Had a chance to eat there, and I must say that while I have eaten at pizza places that were worse, I have also eaten at several places that were far far better. In my opinion it is over priced and some of the food tasted 'out of a box' not freshly made. My wife ordered a small pizza and it left much to be desired. It tasted more like cardboard than pizza. My sons chicken tenders where okay. I mean how can you ruin chicken tenders. The cheese sticks went fast. My boyZ collapsed on them. So that's a good sign. While the service was okay, and the establishment clean , there just seemed to be something missing. The tables had no condiments, salt pepper etcetera. No napkins and or silverware. Finally they do not offer fountain drinks. We (a family of four) were forced to by one two liter soda as opposed to each person getting what they wanted to drink with dinner. To sum this up, I like to vote with my money and my feet. So my feet will not be taking me back to Bellino, and my money will not be spent there. Understand that I like trying new experiences, and I am not against spending money. I just expect to get what I pay for. Good luck Bellino, you may need it.

    (2)
  • Grace F.

    Great pizza!! I have been searching for a good pizza place in pittsburgh forever and this place is awesome! Best pizza I've had in the city. My favorite is the sausage and onion pizza :)

    (5)
  • Kate D.

    Fast delivery. 1 start for that. But otherwise....seriously pittsburgh yelpers?!?!?! You have guided me to yet another disappointing meal. This is NOT good pizza. If you want something fast, go for it. If you want some pizza, don't.

    (1)
  • Dino D.

    We ordered from here on the fly one late Tuesday night. I was very, very surprised at how fast the food was delivered. The pepperoni pizza was perfect. For me the crust makes/breaks a pie and theirs was spot on. It had really deep flavor and was perfect for dipping in hot sauce. The sauce was hearty and not that odd sweet flavor some places use. My girlfriend only eats cheese pizza. Hers was very cheesy and she said she love it. We finally found our regular place. Can't wait to try their other foods.

    (4)
  • Thabang N.

    I ordered a pizza from them and they sent the wrong pizza and they did not acknowledge or apologize for their error. Probably won't order from them again

    (1)
  • Steph C.

    Heard around that they have great pizza, I beg to differ. Tried a Pepperoni slice and it felt like just eating dough. Was not fresh and it was thick in just...dough, almost no tomato sauce, just cheese. Pizza was dry... Horrible experience with their pizza.

    (2)
  • Meredith B.

    For our first pizza since moving to Pittsburgh, we wanted something simple and inexpensive. We'll try the Aiello's and Mineo's later I'm sure, but we were just looking for something standard to curb the pizza craving. Found a coupon in the mail for a $15.99 combo at Pizza Bellino - a large pizza and 12 wings. Sold. I called to place the order, and whoever answered the phone was a bit disorganized. When he asked to put me "on hold," he clearly just put the receiver down on the counter because I could still hear him yelling at someone and then taking an order from an in-person customer. I felt like a moron because I kept thinking he was talking to me! Also, after I ordered, he did not take my name or any personal information. I know it was pick-up, not delivery, but um - shouldn't you get my name? I tried to ask if he wanted my name but he'd already hung up. Stellar first impression! Not. (haha. I said "Not." I'm eight years old.) SO we mosey down the street 20 minutes later for our pizza. Seeing as he didn't have my name, the dude tried to give me a pepperoni pizza with wings, and then we had a brief and confusing verbal exchange where I said I didn't order pepperoni, but I'd take it if they made it by mistake - as long as I didn't have to pay more than the coupon price. The guy did not seem keen on that idea, but then suddenly he had an epiphany - perhaps there was another pizza in the back - the one I'd actually ordered! Revelation! And that was what happened. At home, we opened up our boxes, ready to chow down. The pizza was utterly, totally "fine." It was okay. It was standard. It was pizza. Cheese wasn't oozingly melty, there wasn't a luscious smear of homemade sauce, and the crust didn't have those hand-tossed bumps and crevices. It was college student pizza. Totally standard, totally satisfying. The wings were actually a step above - lots of meat on them, and the sauce was pretty hot! Lips and tongue definitely tingling for the rest of the evening. And of course, cheap (with a coupon at least!) I'd get pizza here again - especially if I was ordering for a crowd or a sporting event and didn't want any really gourmet or expensive pizza. It's probably good drunk pizza too. The wings I'd definitely order again as well. It's totally fine pizza, as long as you know what you're getting into. If you want something above average, look elsewhere. If you just want crust, cheese, and sauce - this will satisfy your cravings.

    (3)
  • David J.

    I used to like this pizza place. Their regular pizza's are decent. There are much better options in the area. However, for the price and quality, this is a good deal. Their specialty pizza's aren't so great and aren't worth the price. The problem I have with this place is the drivers (one specifically) who found it necessary to comment while checking out my girlfriend. I don't care for any sexist pigs to deliver my pizza, so you can be sure I'll never order from this place again. Lucci's has just as good of prices with just as good of pizza and faster delivery time. Mineo's is still the best in the area. Just based on principle, you should avoid this place. Unless you like being oogled and have sexist remarks made to you when you're trying to simply order a pizza.

    (1)
  • Jeff G.

    Let me start by saying that I am a New Yorker (before Pittsburgh, I lived in Manhattan for 8 years and Long Island before that), and we can be very picky about our pizza. The dough should be thin enough where it's crunchy, but not so thin that when you pick up the pizza, it flaps down. The sauce should be just a bit acidic, but no so much that it tastes like vinegar. And the cheese should be plentiful enough to give pizza that characteristic flavor, but not so plentiful that you get a glob of fat in your mouth. Well, after trying a whole host of pizza joints in the 'burgh, I'm happy to say that Pizza Bellino is my favorite. Now, this isn't going to be authentic NY pizza, but it will pretty close. Every time I crave a slice, this is the first place that comes to mind. In fact, but for their $11 minimum order for delivery, I would have some on the way right now! If you want a classic pizza without any frills, Pizza Belino will do the job. (and stay away from those terrible "Pittsburgh Pizzas" at Aiello's and Mineo's ...bleh)

    (4)
  • Alan O.

    I had ordered a pizza for the NFC championship game. I understand you could be busy but my order was cold and the cheese had dried out. Unacceptable.

    (2)
  • Barry R.

    I recently did a pizza crawl through squirrel hill with a friend, where we hit every single one of squirrel hill's 7 pizzerias, and got a slice of pepperoni pizza at each one in a row! Pizza Bellino was a surprise for us. It's new and right by the library, neither of us had ever been inside before. Turns out, it's got some of the best overall pizza in squirrel hill! While it didn't especially stand out in any one area, everything about it was good and nothing about it was weak, Good sauce, cheese, pepperoni, cheap, fast, and they put extra cheese on top of the pepperoni which no other pizzeria did. Nice touch, and very tasty slice overall!

    (4)
  • Jee L.

    1.5 but I rounded up for late night fast delivery. I've ordered from this place based upon Yelper's pretty good reviews, however, this was another time to remind myself to "BELIEVE NOBODY BUT ME" meaning the food pretty sucked. Yeyyy, that's right. SUCKED! BAD! Small personal pizza- omg... it's beyond my vocabulary to describe... simply sucked. My food rarely goes into the trash but this time, it did. Baked Ziti- again, basically the same tomato sauce and cheese as the pizza. Result in, SUCKED! French fries- not the type I liked. Skinned and mush. I prefer crispy ones. BBQ wings- ummmm.... they were soso... ok... didn't suck that as much as pizza and pasta did. The best think was the side salad that came with pasta. It was fresh!

    (2)
  • Sarah W.

    Great, fresh pizza and salad. The house dressing is exactly what you want an italian dressing to be. We ordered deliver on a very cold night and received hot pizza from a very friendly delivery driver. We will be calling back soon and I would recommend this to anyone who likes fresh, thin crust pizza.

    (4)
  • Areck U.

    Disgusting calzone. Cost 20 bucks. Delivery 20 minutes late. Pizza just okay.

    (1)
  • Deborah G.

    Fast delivery. They can accommodate requests for thin crust pizza. But the cheese blend is....too greasy. Not as bad as Mineo's or Aiello's though.

    (3)
  • Jenny B.

    The pizza here is great! They have tons of specialty pizzas to choose from, many have multiple kinds of cheese. I have tried Mediterannean, Vegetarian, and Artichoke--all were awesome. The crust is thick and they put salty feta cheese on top. I think this is my favorite pizza in Pittsburgh so far!!

    (4)
  • Erin F.

    Ordered food here on a whim while staying in Pittsburgh for two nights. The food arrived in 45 minutes and was great. As good as I can imagine or 1am delivery. Gyro was delicious - filled to the brim with meat and feta with lots of sauce and veggies on the side.

    (5)
  • Reshma B.

    I didn't want to give this place less than 3 stars since I didn't try the pizza but let me say the salad was not very impressive. I got the popcorn chicken salad. It came with a ton of spring mix greens (a la Costco), a handful of fried chicken bits, a bunch of soggy fries (Pittsburgh style, I guess) and a giganto glob of fried cheese on top. The cheese was so all encompassing that I had to basically remove it and throw it out. The fries were good but a little too greasy. Not much else to the salad besides a couple of tomatoes and peppers. A pretty unsatisfying salad but guess that's what I get for ordering salad from a pizza place!

    (3)
  • Alex P.

    Consistent, satisfying, New York style pizza by the slice in Squirrel Hill.

    (4)
  • Joseph F.

    This place has horrible pizza. I was told by a passerby that they had good pizza here while going to the post office, I'm not sure what this person was thinking. This is the worst pizza I can remember having, it was overpriced and burnt. You look at it and know it wouldn't taste good and you aren't wrong. Go to aiello's, mineo's or order pizza hut lol.

    (1)
  • Joshua R.

    Pros: -Fast delivery within Squirrel Hill -Moderate prices -Fairly diverse menu (does not have regular omissions typical to Squirrel Hill Pizza shops) -Several healthier options available on menu -Discounts and coupons galore -Online ordering is quick and easy Cons: -Drinks forgotten on order (very common for delivery orders) -Pizza is alright but not "good' -Hoagies/subs are pretty bad (cheap bread, very little cheese & rubberized meat) -Deserts come frozen with the wax paper included -Fries very tasty but pretty soggy as well. -Foreign delivery driver may have difficulty with delivery instructions. While this is still a new establishment, given the amount of direct competition in the immediate area I would have expected better. The delivery time for my order was truly excellent but in their haste they disregarded my drink order. The Driver did return however within several minutes after being chased down, but the drink he returned with was still a variation on my drink order. I would say that the quality of the food is OK, not incredibly good but certainly not the worse pizza in town. Also, their personal pizza options and late night delivery option make it an attractive choice for delivery. On my order the desert arrived mostly frozen and still wrapped in it's original freezer wax paper. Also the fries were placed in Styrofoam which makes them soggy. There are 3 types of Pizza Shops in Squirrel Hill: -Specialty (Mineo's, Aiello's, Napoli's, Lucci's) -Big Chain (Vocelli, Domino's, Pizza Hut) -Budget (Amier, Rialto, Italian Village, Bellino) Pizza Bellino definitely belongs to the later category. For me, when judging a Squirrel Hill budget pizza shop, I always use Pizza Amier as a comparison standard (since their prices are the lowest in the neighborhood). Are they more or less expensive then Pizza Amier? Does their product taste better than Amier? Does the taste justify the cost? While they do offer a tasty product and some more diverse menu options than Amier, I do not feel that the taste justifies the cost in this instance. I would not recommend this Pizza Shop. However, if had no other option I wouldn't consider it out of the question either.

    (2)
  • Amanda J.

    I am slightly confused by the reviews for Pizza Bellino, as they range from thrilled to enraged. Pizza Bellino is one of the closer pizza places to my apartment, but I just made it here recently. I stopped in because I was starving, and they sell single slices for $2. I got a great slice of cheese pizza! One slice was enough for a small meal, and the sauce is very nicely spiced. The cheese quality is good too. The service is pretty fast when you eat in, unlike Aiello's and Mineo's. I have always had good customer service here as well. There are crazy good lunch specials, and they always have deals in the Squirrel Hill Pennysaver. As one of the only places that delivers in Squirrel Hill, I can imagine it can be pretty slow and tense. I would stick to eat-in. Good for a quick slice of pizza!

    (4)
  • Andy J.

    Excellent pizza and hoagie. I had a large pepperoni pizza. I like the pepperoni slices to be slightly charred and these were. The cheese portion is standard which is how I prefer it. I thought they did a good job with their crust. I'd prefer a bit more crust myself, but the rest of the group liked it. The Italian hoagie was nicely balanced between meat, cheese, and bread and toasted nicely. It was a vinegar and oil based Italian dressing, not the creamy Italian that some places use for some reason.

    (4)
  • The Teenage Old Soul ..

    Very delicious pizza. Have gyros too. They have a nice atmosphere and a tv with the news playing. Owner by an Italian family. If your in Squirrel Hill, looking for pizza, look no further.

    (5)
  • Jibran M.

    Cheap AND delicious!

    (5)
  • Jacob B.

    Went here with friends from work who, as well as ordering food along with me, brought something additional to eat with them. The man behind the counter not only told them to leave. He used a lot of profanity while doing so. Calling them "f***ing a*******s" repeatedly. His coworkers expressed that they disagreed with his handling of the situation. But he is apparently in charge. I'll never return here.

    (1)
  • Rachel S.

    Ordered a pizza, "broccoli bites" and cheesecake. It was terrible. The pizza was so bland we wished we had ordered from Dominos and the cheesecake was FROZEN. Terrible, all around. *Update: They did refund me for the terrible pizza (though not the cheesecake--whatever on that...) so I give them credit for that. I still would not order from them again. Another good note, the driver was extremely pleasant and was surprised that I tipped him. Refreshing service in that sense. For that reason, I have upgraded to two stars.

    (2)
  • Brittany S.

    I'm surprised this place is in business after the horrible experience I had. They are extremely rude!! They were screaming at us on the phone, talked over us, and didn't apologize once. I'd tell you how the food was, but it never came. When we complained about it not coming, they basically told us it was our fault and they did nothing wrong. I work in customer service, so getting this type of service was disheartening. This was no way to treat your paying customers. I will gladly order elsewhere! Good luck staying in business!!!!

    (1)
  • Matthew U.

    Lunchtime in Oakland can be a daunting task. Options are immense here. When you factor in if there is delivery or not, the number dwindles down some. While hungry on this particular lunchtime, my coworkers and I decided to try something a little different than what they usually get (thank heavens for that). After riffling through the menus they had stashed at work, they came upon Bellino's menu. After looking it over, and tired from pizza and hoagies, I decided to go with a salad. Not a bad choice to make. Unlike your typical pizza place salad, this one actually made me feel full. Maybe it was because of instead of using iceberg lettuce, they went with the mixed greens as the base. And unlike other pizza places, they actually gave you some good toppings. cucumbers, green peppers, grape tomatoes, and carrots. I would have been satisfied if I would have just gotten a regular salad with those toppings. However I did opt for the popcorn chicken salad which basically voided my healthy eating for the day. With all the good for you toppings, they added the popcorn chicken, a ton of cheese and french fries (hey, they are still a vegetable ;)). Overall, I liked it. It hit the spot and I wasn't craving anything by the end of my shift at work. I would definitely give Pizza Bellino a spot in my folder for their menu.

    (4)
  • Shawna S.

    Twice now I've had horrible experience. The first I got a cold pizza 3 hours after I ordered. But I gave them another shot. This time the canceled my order two hours after I ordered and ten minutes after grub hub said it was out for delivery. When I called, they yelled at me straight away and said it was my fault for ordering. Never again

    (1)
  • Sara T.

    I just ordered delivery from here via GrubHub, and I'm pretty satisfied!! I ordered a steak salad with a somewhat lengthy amount of modifications, and I also ordered the potato bacon soup. I'm very pleased with the salad! All of my weird modifications were met, which I am very thankful for :) The soup is tasty, maybe not as thick as I thought it would be, but still yummy to dip my garlic bread in! Delivery was prompt, no issues finding my house. Overall, A+! Would order again and recommend to a friend!

    (5)
  • Faith A.

    So, after trying a number of different pizza/wing/junk food places on GrubHub and not finding many to be consistent or yummy, we decided to try Pizza Bellino. Some of the supposed "better" pizza places in the area we live are not open on Sunday afternoons leaving us few options either A) for delivery or B) just to eat! We got wings and a chicken parm hoagie... both were good, but nothing spectacular or over the top. They get brownie points for being fast and efficient though. The food was actually fresh and hot when it got here... the hoagie was not soggy like they can often be when too much time elapses before it gets to you. I would definitely order from here again... good basics with good service in a timely fashion makes it worth trying.

    (3)
  • Teena M.

    Horrible order an Italian hoagie, it was soggy and slapped together,brown hot wilted lettuce. I could tell it was made ahead and sat forever. Called tried to get a refund the obtuse individual on the other end was not in sync with what I was trying to say, in the end of it all its a wrap I refuse to spend another dollar at that awful place.

    (1)
  • Jenny B.

    The pizza here is great! They have tons of specialty pizzas to choose from, many have multiple kinds of cheese. I have tried Mediterannean, Vegetarian, and Artichoke--all were awesome. The crust is thick and they put salty feta cheese on top. I think this is my favorite pizza in Pittsburgh so far!!

    (4)
  • Erin F.

    Ordered food here on a whim while staying in Pittsburgh for two nights. The food arrived in 45 minutes and was great. As good as I can imagine or 1am delivery. Gyro was delicious - filled to the brim with meat and feta with lots of sauce and veggies on the side.

    (5)
  • Ricardo S.

    Had a chance to eat there, and I must say that while I have eaten at pizza places that were worse, I have also eaten at several places that were far far better. In my opinion it is over priced and some of the food tasted 'out of a box' not freshly made. My wife ordered a small pizza and it left much to be desired. It tasted more like cardboard than pizza. My sons chicken tenders where okay. I mean how can you ruin chicken tenders. The cheese sticks went fast. My boyZ collapsed on them. So that's a good sign. While the service was okay, and the establishment clean , there just seemed to be something missing. The tables had no condiments, salt pepper etcetera. No napkins and or silverware. Finally they do not offer fountain drinks. We (a family of four) were forced to by one two liter soda as opposed to each person getting what they wanted to drink with dinner. To sum this up, I like to vote with my money and my feet. So my feet will not be taking me back to Bellino, and my money will not be spent there. Understand that I like trying new experiences, and I am not against spending money. I just expect to get what I pay for. Good luck Bellino, you may need it.

    (2)
  • Grace F.

    Great pizza!! I have been searching for a good pizza place in pittsburgh forever and this place is awesome! Best pizza I've had in the city. My favorite is the sausage and onion pizza :)

    (5)
  • Michael P.

    This is the best pizza in Squirrel Hill, IMO. Good crust, quality ingredients, nice sauce (not too much, not too thick, not too sweet), well spiced. It is not quite New York style, but it is a thin crust pizza. I particularly like the Bellino Pie - which also has a good amount of smoky bacon on it. Another wonderful pizza, if you like white pizza, is the Mediterranean pie. It has feta, black olives, artichokes, tomatoes - with a nice light grilled, fresh and flavorful taste. If you don't care for the super cheesy Mineo's, and want something more flavorful than Aiello's, Pizza Bellino's is the place to go in Squirrel Hill. Very good, fresh salads, as well, and I would also recommend trying their specialty pastas

    (4)
  • Julianne K.

    I love all italian food.. From pasta to pizza to anything with cheese, pepperoni & sauce. & generally speaking, I'm not terribly picky when it comes to food. Last night, my boyfriend and I got a to-go calzone, their 5 cheese calzone, to be exact. The bread was over cooked, none of the five cheeses were melted.. even after we microwaved it ourselves (though the bread was still hot.) Next time I come to pittsburgh, I will never even think of ordering from this business.

    (1)
  • Ellie B.

    We really liked this place at first because of their specialty pizzas, which are pretty good, but after awhile, we got tired of them. Also, our stomachs consistently did not feel good the day after. Also, after being in the area longer, we found that there are other places to get a good hoagie and pizza. Bellinos though is not bad, I really do recommend trying one of their specialty pies, especially the vegetarian or the mediterranean.

    (3)
  • Hannah G.

    Ok. So. On GrubHub their hours are wrong. I order at 1:30am on a Saturday night (which appears to be within their hours of business). So I waited and waited and waited until 3:15am when I finally got a call from grubhub saying they were closed and our order was canceled... Of course EVERYTHING else was closed at that time. So I'm sitting here pizzaless, and SUPER bummed I wasn't able to reorder when I found out they were closed... DONT ORDER AFTER MIDNIGHT OR BE DISAPPOINTED / PIZZALESS

    (1)
  • Meredith B.

    For our first pizza since moving to Pittsburgh, we wanted something simple and inexpensive. We'll try the Aiello's and Mineo's later I'm sure, but we were just looking for something standard to curb the pizza craving. Found a coupon in the mail for a $15.99 combo at Pizza Bellino - a large pizza and 12 wings. Sold. I called to place the order, and whoever answered the phone was a bit disorganized. When he asked to put me "on hold," he clearly just put the receiver down on the counter because I could still hear him yelling at someone and then taking an order from an in-person customer. I felt like a moron because I kept thinking he was talking to me! Also, after I ordered, he did not take my name or any personal information. I know it was pick-up, not delivery, but um - shouldn't you get my name? I tried to ask if he wanted my name but he'd already hung up. Stellar first impression! Not. (haha. I said "Not." I'm eight years old.) SO we mosey down the street 20 minutes later for our pizza. Seeing as he didn't have my name, the dude tried to give me a pepperoni pizza with wings, and then we had a brief and confusing verbal exchange where I said I didn't order pepperoni, but I'd take it if they made it by mistake - as long as I didn't have to pay more than the coupon price. The guy did not seem keen on that idea, but then suddenly he had an epiphany - perhaps there was another pizza in the back - the one I'd actually ordered! Revelation! And that was what happened. At home, we opened up our boxes, ready to chow down. The pizza was utterly, totally "fine." It was okay. It was standard. It was pizza. Cheese wasn't oozingly melty, there wasn't a luscious smear of homemade sauce, and the crust didn't have those hand-tossed bumps and crevices. It was college student pizza. Totally standard, totally satisfying. The wings were actually a step above - lots of meat on them, and the sauce was pretty hot! Lips and tongue definitely tingling for the rest of the evening. And of course, cheap (with a coupon at least!) I'd get pizza here again - especially if I was ordering for a crowd or a sporting event and didn't want any really gourmet or expensive pizza. It's probably good drunk pizza too. The wings I'd definitely order again as well. It's totally fine pizza, as long as you know what you're getting into. If you want something above average, look elsewhere. If you just want crust, cheese, and sauce - this will satisfy your cravings.

    (3)
  • David J.

    I used to like this pizza place. Their regular pizza's are decent. There are much better options in the area. However, for the price and quality, this is a good deal. Their specialty pizza's aren't so great and aren't worth the price. The problem I have with this place is the drivers (one specifically) who found it necessary to comment while checking out my girlfriend. I don't care for any sexist pigs to deliver my pizza, so you can be sure I'll never order from this place again. Lucci's has just as good of prices with just as good of pizza and faster delivery time. Mineo's is still the best in the area. Just based on principle, you should avoid this place. Unless you like being oogled and have sexist remarks made to you when you're trying to simply order a pizza.

    (1)
  • Jeff G.

    Let me start by saying that I am a New Yorker (before Pittsburgh, I lived in Manhattan for 8 years and Long Island before that), and we can be very picky about our pizza. The dough should be thin enough where it's crunchy, but not so thin that when you pick up the pizza, it flaps down. The sauce should be just a bit acidic, but no so much that it tastes like vinegar. And the cheese should be plentiful enough to give pizza that characteristic flavor, but not so plentiful that you get a glob of fat in your mouth. Well, after trying a whole host of pizza joints in the 'burgh, I'm happy to say that Pizza Bellino is my favorite. Now, this isn't going to be authentic NY pizza, but it will pretty close. Every time I crave a slice, this is the first place that comes to mind. In fact, but for their $11 minimum order for delivery, I would have some on the way right now! If you want a classic pizza without any frills, Pizza Belino will do the job. (and stay away from those terrible "Pittsburgh Pizzas" at Aiello's and Mineo's ...bleh)

    (4)
  • Alan O.

    I had ordered a pizza for the NFC championship game. I understand you could be busy but my order was cold and the cheese had dried out. Unacceptable.

    (2)
  • Jee L.

    1.5 but I rounded up for late night fast delivery. I've ordered from this place based upon Yelper's pretty good reviews, however, this was another time to remind myself to "BELIEVE NOBODY BUT ME" meaning the food pretty sucked. Yeyyy, that's right. SUCKED! BAD! Small personal pizza- omg... it's beyond my vocabulary to describe... simply sucked. My food rarely goes into the trash but this time, it did. Baked Ziti- again, basically the same tomato sauce and cheese as the pizza. Result in, SUCKED! French fries- not the type I liked. Skinned and mush. I prefer crispy ones. BBQ wings- ummmm.... they were soso... ok... didn't suck that as much as pizza and pasta did. The best think was the side salad that came with pasta. It was fresh!

    (2)
  • Sarah W.

    Great, fresh pizza and salad. The house dressing is exactly what you want an italian dressing to be. We ordered deliver on a very cold night and received hot pizza from a very friendly delivery driver. We will be calling back soon and I would recommend this to anyone who likes fresh, thin crust pizza.

    (4)
  • Areck U.

    Disgusting calzone. Cost 20 bucks. Delivery 20 minutes late. Pizza just okay.

    (1)
  • Deborah G.

    Fast delivery. They can accommodate requests for thin crust pizza. But the cheese blend is....too greasy. Not as bad as Mineo's or Aiello's though.

    (3)

Q & A on

How did Pizza Hut start?

Pizza Hut began its operations on 15th June 1958 at Wichita, Kansas, United States.

Will Pizza Hut be open on Easter?

Yes, Pizza Hut stays open on Easter until 10 PM on Thursday and Sunday. Whereas, Pizza Hut operates at normal hours on Good Friday, Saturday, and Easter Monday.

Will Pizza Hut be open on Thanksgiving?

Most Pizza Huts stay open on Thanksgiving Day but may have reduced hours since it's a big holiday in the United States.

Will Pizza Hut be open Christmas day?

No. Pizza Hut remains closed on Christmas.

Which Pizza Hut bases are vegan?

Pizza Hut has a rapidly improving and impressive choice of vegan options. Simply opt for vegan cheese on any vegetarian order of pizza at Pizza Hut and you can enjoy your favorite vegan pizza. If you're concerned with vegan options at Pizza Hut, then inquire whether they have Violife vegan cheese in stock before ordering anything.

Which Pizza Hut sides are vegan?

Oven cooked Chips and Onion Rings available at Pizza Hut are vegan.

Which Pizza Hut is closest to me?

There are over 18,431 Pizza Hut restaurants globally. You can find the closest Pizza Hut restaurant using our Restaurant Listings directory.

When Pizza Hut opens and closes?

Pizza Hut opens at 11 AM daily and closes at 11 PM on weekdays and Sundays. The restaurants stay open till 12 midnight.

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About Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut is a renowned pizzeria globally known for its fusion of Italian and American cuisines. The restaurant serves Italian style Pizzas and Pasta as well as sides and desserts influenced by American cuisine. Pizza Hut began its operations in June 1958 when two brothers Dan and Frank Carney, who were also Wichita University students, opened the first Pizza Hut store in Wichita, Kansas. With 18,431 Pizza Hut restaurants around the globe, Pizza Hut franchise is the largest Pizza chain in terms of locations.

Pizza Hut is currently owned by Yum! Brands, Inc. which is the restaurant division of PepsiCo. You can find a lot of traditional dine-in Pizza Hut locations across the United States. However, Pizza Hut restaurants also operate in storefront delivery and carry-out formats. There are also hybrid versions which offer dine-in options as well as carry-out facility.

Healthy Food Options at Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut is a one-stop destination for pizza lovers, but it can also raise some concerns for people with high blood pressure, cholesterol intake, and diabetes. Generally, pizzas contain a high amount of sodium and it is in your best health interest that you consume one or max. two slices of any pizza you order from Pizza Hut. If you're diabetic or concerned with high blood pressure or cholesterol levels, you must stick to one pizza slice at Pizza Hut.

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :10:00 am - 1:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
    Parking : Street
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : No
    Caters : No

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Pizza

Pizza is a famous Italian dish savored around the world. The entire credit for the popularity of Pizza in the United States goes to the chain of pizzerias all over the country. While the base and the texture of Pizza remains same across the globe, it's the toppings that differs from country to country. In the United States, you will find the top pizzerias serving pizzas with the toppings of mainly beef, bacon, chicken, ham, and sausage for the non-vegetarians. Other than these famous meat options, Pizzas with veg toppings such as mushrooms, pepperonis, garlic, tomatoes, spinach, etc. are also famous in most restaurants in the United States.

Irrespective of your locality, you will find a variety of different restaurants in your cities offering pizzas of all different types. Pizza is hot favorite among people of all ages in the United States. A large size pizza is enough to feed a family of 3 or 4 at large. Pizza is also the most preferred food whenever a group of friends is hanging out together. Pizza gained popularity in the United States after the American soldiers stationed in Italy returned from World War II.

Over the years, different pizzerias in the United States have developed their own respective regional variations. Pizza gained popularity as the iconic dish in the United States in the second half of the 20th century. Whether you prefer thin or thick crust pizza, you can find a pizza of your preference at the best pizza restaurants in your city.

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