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  • Jordan D.

    Being born and bred in NYC, I'm a complete pizza snob. I don't mess with chain pizzerias (unless I'm under the influence), I love my thin crust and if the ingredients aren't fresh, I'd just rather eat somewhere else. And while I haven't tried every pizza joint in the Ocean State, Federal Hill is by far my favorite so far. Shame on me for not coming here sooner, since I'm only a town away but all the hype is true from reviews I've read and recommendations I've received. So just walking in, you feel like you're in a legit, old school pizzeria. Tons of pizzeria shwag on the walls, old school tablecloths, a bare bones bar in the back with a wicked good draft beer selection and it seems like all the servers and staff are either related to or friends of the owner, so you get that family feel to the place. The wife and I came in for lunch and split the Mediterranean dream salad, which is your basic Greek salad, which was above average and the broccoli rabe, which was some of the best broccoli rabe both of us had in recent memory. Not overly bitter or stringy, cooked and seasoned perfectly and served in just the right amount of garlic and EVOO. If a pizza joint is really hyped up, I always like to try their margherita first. My logic is if you can't nail a basic margherita, the hype probably isn't warranted. True to the hype, fortunately, Chef Manzo's margherita is lights out; a light, crispy crust, a red sauce with a little sweetness and tang to it, chopped basil and freshly grated mozzarella. The small size we ordered was perfect to split and we thoroughly enjoyed it. As Jaclyn P. mentioned, so basic, but so so good. And to top it off? $10! Don't get me wrong, I like pizzerias that get creative and inventive, but sometimes you don't want to recreate the wheel and sometimes all you need is a mouth watering margherita pizza and a cold craft beer to cure the hunger pangs.

  • Brendan H.

    Pizza was fantastic! The margherita pizza and BBQ Chicken pizza were both flavorful and amazing. This location is only second to some of the top pizza locations in NYC that I have been to. Will definitely come again!

  • Lisa G.

    Husband and I were eager to try yet another non-chain pizza place. We walked into Federal Hill Pizza at the off hour of 2:00 pm. It was very quiet...just the way we like it. My husband had the Nico pizza and raved about the flavorful thin crust and red sauce. It was definitely cooked to perfection. I started with a wonderfully fresh Federal Hill salad. I ordered the half size, and it clearly could have been shared by two people. I opted for the gluten free crust and added my own toppings, Although it didn't look as appetizing as my husbands crust, it was in fact very tasty. We enjoyed our late lunch and would give this place 4 stars because we had such a relaxing afternoon...but since we don't consider it a "Pizza Destination" place, we are rating it 3 stars.

  • Buffy D.

    A group of us patronize this place very frequently. The food is always delicious. Have tried many things and always satisfied. The downer is the service. Once you get your food you don't see your server again until bill time and we had to ask for it. Seems the help turns over regularly. Except the gentleman or manager who informed us that the gratuity on the previous visit wasn't enough. Very good food though.

  • Todd K.

    Hidden gem. Authentic fresh Italian dishes, great burgers, and the best pizza crust outside Manhattan. Try the home made ravioli or any of the pizzas with fresh mozzarella. All disguised as a local pizza joint. Add in friendly staff and long history of family ownership. What's not to like?

  • Kaley N.

    Really great service. Cozy atmosphere. Walked right in, no wait at all, on a Friday night. We ordered the chix parm & loved it! The chicken was on the thinner side (pounded out) which I love. Pizza was also really good, we ordered the buffalo chicken pizza and the east side (? Can't remember the name I think that's it!) really great food & customer service overall!

  • Karen S.

    The best pizza in the East Bay of Rhode Island. I don't know why it's taken me so long to write a review for FHP. We've been going there since they have opened, have ordered takeout, delivery and I have been to a Yelp event there. FHP is not your average neighborhood pizza joint. The owner , Billy Manzo is a member of the World Champions pizza team and uses traditional methods and quality ingredients to make your pizza. If you are looking for a large cheese pizza for $5 and in 5 minutes, this place isn't for you. If you decide to eat in and Billy is there, he will most likely visit your table to make sure everything is satisfactory. The menu consists of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, pastas and pizzas, both thin crust and the newer "al taglio" thick crust. I'll be honest, I haven't ventured much further than the salads and the thin crust pizza. They have expanded their taps and now have an extensive draft craft beer selection. On our last visit the wine selection had changed a bit, from being able to order single glasses of something other than the house wine to having to order a full bottle. Since in RI you can take the remainder of the bottle home, I decided to take my lush status status to a whole new level and for the first time ever ordered a bottle of wine for myself. I went with a Briccotondo Barbera and enjoyed it. We normally start with a salad, which are large and full of fresh ingredients, but on our last visit decided to try the bruschetta. It was a bit different than a normal bruschetta. I think the bread portion was an al taglio crust. It was topped with cherry tomatoes, red onions and basil. While I preferred the lighter salad, it wasn't bad. The pizzas are all tasty and you can't go wrong with whichever you order. One of our favorites in the Niko, with chicken and spinach. We normally order a large and bring the rest home. It's good reheated the next day or I pop it into the freezer for a day I don't have time to cook. It's a lot better than any frozen pizza you'll get in the grocery store. We've ordered from FHP when having people over and people always ask where we got the pizza because they love it. Like them on Facebook to stay up to date on their music series and any specials. I highly recommend it if you are in the area and craving pizza.

  • Matt M.

    I have been here multiple times and always enjoyed it. I have gotten the Margherita pizza multiple times from here and it is delicious. I have also gotten the chicken parm which is a very generous portion of chicken and pasta and will surely fill you up. This time around I got the gnocchi. It was again a great portion size like the chicken parm. The gnocchi was fresh and it was delicious. The sauce by itself is absolutely amazing! It's very fresh and tasty! Also, everytime I come here I get the fried ravioli appetizer and it is great! Crispy breading on the outside and gooey mozzarella on the inside! Again it is served with the tasty sauce! Overall this place is simply amazing and I highly recommend coming here! Also check out the Phantom Gourmet video of FHP on Youtube!

  • Kelly S.

    I really wish I could say that this was amazing pizza and I can't wait to go back. But it really wasn't. The highlight of the dinner was the appetizer- fried rice balls with gravy. Sounds iffy, but tasted delish. My group ordered two different pizzas. Neither of them were anything great. In fact, we didn't even want to take home our leftovers. We did, though; I tried to eat it for dinner later, and couldn't. The ingredients were ok, but the crust was lackluster. I will happily go back to give it another try next time I'm nearby, but I'm not going to recommend it yet, or go out of my way to go back soon. :-/

  • Brent L.

    The service to start was good. Introduction with a name to go with it, Sarah. Nice casual atmosphere. The beer menu was great, with many non traditional choices. Many choices on the menu and the portions looked healthy. We had a Roman pizza which was great. The crust was exceptional and the toppings plentiful. The sauce could use a bit more seasoning for my taste....somewhat on the sweet side. Service was great...checked on by three different servers..beer was never empty. I would recommend as a good evening meal to escape the grind of the upscale restaurant routine while visiting the Newport ... Bristol...Warren area.

  • Lisa R.

    I am going to preface this review with the fact that I have eaten pizza three times this week at various places in Rhode Island, and this was my favorite. I had the federal hill salad and the owner's favorite pizza (mushroom, goat cheese, and prosciutto). The crisp crust has great texture- thinnish and crispy throughout just they way I like it! They have so many options for toppings and specials that change daily. All of the pizzas sounded so good that it was hard to pick just one to try! They offer a lot of beers on tap too. With a hungry boyfriend and a 10 mile run before, we polished off a 16 inch pizza and half salad between the two of us, but I think the 16 incher could feed 3-4 people easily with sides. It was very quiet here on a Saturday afternoon and service was great. I would definitely return if I were in the area, but I'm not quite sure how often I'd make the trip here from Providence as Providence has a fair amount of good pizzerias. Regardless, worth it to come out and try!

  • Richard B.

    I have tried this place several times and have no complaints at all. The food quality here is excellent. Chef Billy takes pride in his menu and it shows. The pizzas are all made from scratch which is the way it should be. Definitely my first choice when I am in the area.

  • Hilary H.

    Federal Hill Pizza serves easily the best pizza I have had in Rhode Island -- that crust is absolutely phenomenal in flavor, texture and crunch. It's well worth the drive from Providence, and I particularly love, love, love their Buffalo Chicken pizza. It's something of a symphony to my tastebuds, guys. They also have an interesting and frequently-changed beer menu, which is awesome, but know that you're not allowed to sample them before committing to a pint. I find this odd for a few reasons, and it comes off as really unfriendly and uncaring, especially if you've got adventurous beer drinkers and craft brew seekers coming in for an experience. The service is friendly if a tad flakey -- I found myself calling our server away from the television several times to ask for more water, and once even when she didn't seem to hear the chef call out that out pizza was up (even though we were the only ones in the place). All of that pales when you hold it up to the pizza, though -- it outshines anything and everything in it's vicinity and really takes center stage. I've had the wings, as well and though they're not on the menu, you most certainly should ask about the garbage wings and if they're available that day. Sounds gross, I know, but I promise you they're the most wonderful I've ever had. In short, go for the food and the food alone. You won't be disappointed!

  • Nazo H.

    WOW! AMAZING! DELICIOUS! These are only some of the words that I kept repeating, along with the 5 others in our group, during our dining experience at Federal Hill Pizza. I say experience because that is what this truly was. We started with the grilled romaine lettuce (who would have thought) with various types of cheeses. Never would I have imagined grilling romaine lettuce, but Chef Billy Manzo has an uncanny knack for delivering. We then moved to the gnocchi with pancetta. I am not a big pasta eater, however, this was AMAZING. I actually took the plate when there was a little left over, and wiped the plate clean before the waitress can take it away. THAT'S HOW GOOD IT WAS. We then moved to a grilled eggplant with marinara sauce. Simple yet DELICIOUS! Everyone at the table was in awe of the succulent flavor and simplicity of this wonderful dish. The came the pizza. THREE PIES worth. First was the traditional Margarita pizza, then one with sausage, and one with seafood. Each was more delicious then the one before. The thin crust was PERFECT! Chef Manzo, you are a true genius and I can't wait for the next time we stop in. This was truly a wonderful experience from the food to the service, everything was PERFECT!

  • Jaclyn P.

    So, I'm sort of a pizza pro. Really. My husband and I make pizza at home almost every week. He makes a little biga, tends to it for a few days, tells it it's beautiful and then makes the pizza dough. I'm in charge of toppings and I've perfected my saucing technique. We've eaten pizza all over the world, literally. Now, all that is just to say that we know a good pizza when we taste it. And Federal Hill Pizza? Yeah, it's good. I'm a purist when it comes to toppings, so went with the Margherita. The tell tale sign of an authentic pie is the ring of olive oil around the crust. You've got to have that. Simple, basic, but so good. We were happy and had nothing to complain about. As for the Fried Neopolitan Squid appetizer? Blech. Waaay to much vinegar and the squid was over cooked. I really did not enjoy it. I don't know if the chef was having an off-day with his flavors but I won't be ordering that again. My mouth felt raw from so much vinegar.

  • Nikki I.

    Yum!!! This is the pizza I have been looking for in RI. The crust is thin and crunchy and the "aloha" pizza was easily the best Hawaiian I have ever tasted. For those Bostonians in the area...this is as close to Regina as you can get. If you like that pizza...this is the place for you! On top of the pizza, they have a great beer selection and a large menu for those not interested in pizza. We tried the fried ravioli as well and they were very good. The service was great and they were able to accommodate our party of 8 on a Saturday night which was really nice. Check it out if you are in the area!

  • Ryan D.

    I really love Federal Hill Pizza. We have the local brews, including one of their own. The pizza crust is really insanely good here. Even the simplest of pizzas tastes great here. Some have said it before, it gets knocked a star because the service is a little strange here. They seem to forget you even with only 5 tables. I think they set up people too far apart to really serve them well, at least from what I saw. This isn't keeping me away from FHP but hopefully they can get some better help or arrange the tables better.

  • Linda R.

    Great pizza and great beer selection! What more can you ask for? I went as an intermission and snack on the East Bay Bike Path and totally suggest going for a bike ride and pizza on a weekend! Federal Hill Pizza is an easy detour off the bike path. I got the East Street (meatballs and peppers) pizza. It was delicious! The dough is tasty. I found the the peppers to make the pizza on the sweet side and I could use more toppings. Regardless, the pizza was clean and delicious. We had the smuttynose saison and the dogfish aprihop for beer. The Aprihop was great! Service was friendly as well.

  • Adam M.

    Must Try! Delicious NY style thin crust. Had an antipasto for appetizer and it was very fresh! Margarita pizza was awesome. One of the best pizza places in the East Bay.

  • Shari W.

    I try to look for the positive in everything and I try to never give an all bad review, but this pizza has no redeeming features! We had to wait for 45 minutes and then the pizza was absolutely tasteless. There was no salt in the dough. Playdough tastes better. There was no flavor on the top either. We had 1 large margarita, 1 large veggie and 1 aloha. (Each pizza cost about $18.) Hospital pizza is better than this. SO there's the one positive thing I can say. If you are on a strict no salt diet, and need to eat bland food for medical purposes, this is the pizza place for you! But only if you can deal with unfriendly service and no air conditioning...

  • Kate A.

    Just stop what you're doing and go. Fantastic pizza with interesting toppings, friendly staff, fantastic beer and live music. I'm sorry if you need more than that, you're a grump. Seriously though this place is a hidden gem. All other pizza places in the area should just give up. Come, have a date night, bring the kids, cozy up to the bar and prepare yourself to love this joint. It's awfully hard not to!!!

  • William E.

    Was here over the summer and ordered 12 pizzas for a softball party down at Colt State Park. They forgot about 1 pizza...BUT....asked where we were going to be within the park and brought us the pizza at no charge.....rare to see that level of customer service. The pizza was a big hit with the group. The dough has a sourdough-ish flavor to it which at first was odd to me....but quickly grew on me. The group had nothing but great reviews on the pies. A very nice restaurant run by very nice people.

  • John G.

    Hands down best pizza in rhode island. Some reason this state doesn't get pizza right, but FHP knows what to do. Brick oven pizza, perfect crust. Just delicious. Service can either be good or not so good, but the incredible pizza makes up for it. No other pizza in RI.

  • Greg U.

    Can't give it a six. Chef Bill Manzo is a culinary genius. Knocked it out of the park again with his Baked Rigatoni rendition w/pink sauce, mozzarella and slab bacon. Perfectly cooked and presented table side in the baking pan which adds a perfect amount of crunchiness on the outside layers. Awesome!

  • Justin B.

    Just what I have been looking for... a local pizzeria that produces a delicious mouth watering masterpiece. An Owner/Chef that puts quality 1st! Sat at the bar and let the Chef make all the decisions for me... never a bad thing! I started off with a nice Caesars salad topped with fresh shaved Parmesan. Then we were served an Insalata Caprese, how do I put in to words how good this was. Fresh, Simple, Balanced, I know its just a Caprese salad but when the Chef uses the highest quality ingredients it transcends all other Caprese salads. Fine... for the people that don't like reading that much... YUM. The Pizza was amazing. A perfect crust, crisp but chewy. The toppings were a mix of mushrooms, prosciutto, a mild Gorgonzola, and I know I'm forgetting something. One of the best pizzas I have ever had. Beer, 18 taps, and not miller lite or some stupid PBR! Real top notch beers hand picked by the Chef. You won't find these beers on tap at your other pizzerias! Stop eating sub-par pizza, throw out your other pizza take out menus, and start ordering form Federal Hill Pizza!

  • Jorge C.

    I'm blown away by the love for this place. Every time I dined in house, the service was atrocious at best. The pizza itself is what saves this from being a one star review, although if it were more consistent, it would be a three star review. When the owner is in the kitchen, it's a completely different experience than when he isn't. When I venture back home for vacation this summer, I'll stop in and give it another go, but only if the owner is running the show.

  • Jean F.

    Take out or eat in from the pizza junkie Federal Hill is one of the best! The dough has the perfect crunch and the toppings are super fresh and fine. Federal Hill has a nice, cozy pizza parlor atmosphere and the on tap beer selection is awesome!

  • New England B.

    April 5, 2014 For the past month Mom and I have been reading and/or hearing about how awesome the pizza is at Federal Hill Pizza in Warren. We decided to forgo all pizza-eating during the week so that we could truly appreciate the pies at Federal Hill on Saturday. By the time we arrived, my pizza craving was at its peak. We were lucky to get a parking spot right at the corner as Federal Hill Pizzeria is right on Main Street. Once inside, we were greeted by a hostess who took us to a raised dining area which allowed us to overlook the entire restaurant. Our waitress (Donna) took our drink order. Mom had read that the thing to order - aside from beer - is the root beer on tap ($2.75 each). We ordered two glasses of this very tasty drink and were ready to start our meal. We decided to try the 16" pizza margherita ($14.75), the Sicilian rice balls ($8) and the fried ravioli ($7.99). The ravioli and the rice balls were the first to arrive. The sauce was very fragrant on both dishes. Mom and I had been dying to try fried rice balls, a.k.a., "Arancini," for the longest time. The ball was fried and the filling was mixed with rice, pancetta and mozzarella, although we didn't taste the pancetta (pork belly meat). The prominent flavor was garlic, and lots of it. We really enjoyed the creamy rice and cheese and the flavor of the garlic kicked everything up a notch. We loved the sauce they were sitting in and would definitely order these yummy little balls again. The large fried ravioli were also fantastic. The cheese inside was creamy and the outside was lightly fried so that the filling was the star. Again, the sauce was delicious and tangy. Our pizza arrived on a pedestal which was really cute and allowed us to have some room on the table for our plates. The pizza margherita is simple - sauce, fresh mozzarella cheese, basil and extra virgin olive oil. That's it. When it first arrived, both Mom and I expected the crust to be heavy and doughy. On the contrary, the crust was thin, light and chewy. It was actually one of the best crusts we've ever had. The red sauce was as flavorful as a ripe tomato, the basil shreds gave the pizza a lovely scent and the cheese was fabulous. All around it was a very delicious and extremely fresh pie. Mom said that she could eat the crust alone with some dipping sauce. The owner - William Manzo, Jr. - came over to ask how we were enjoying everything. I couldn't get a word out since my mouth was stuffed with food, but Mom told him that everything was great. Our table was also visited by a friendly man with a heavy accent and, of course, Donna. She was excellent. Our total came to $39.14. Both Mom and I are dying to go back and order one of their large four cheese pizzas. We saw many large plates with beautiful pasta dishes and drool-inducing pizzas heading to the tables. I seriously doubt that anyone would have a problem finding something they love at Federal Hill Pizza. There is so much to choose from, including a large menu hanging on the wall with their list of specials. Also hanging on the wall is many signed pizza peels from people congratulating Mr. Manzo - a member of the World Pizza Champions team - on his continued success. Federal Hill Pizza is one of our new favorites. We can't wait to return. Visit newenglandbites.com for more tasty reviews from Southern New England!

  • Mike S.

    The food is ok not great----- How can an Italian restaurant not have coffee? We are big coffee drinkers and we love a cup after we eat. We won't be back.

  • Sarah E.

    The pure mention of gluten free pizza has my eyes light up. Do you have any idea how hard it is to NOT eat pizza??? Or how hard it is to find gluten free pizza that doesn't taste like cardboard??? The wonderful people of Federal Hill pizza have magically created the solution. They offer gluten free focaccia-style pizza in nearly every variety. It's flavorful and wth crust!!! I can't emphasize how thrilled I was to eat pizza that tasted good. The staff here is super friendly too. I had a chance to meet the owners at a local event and was immediately drawn to their restaurant based - not only by the mention of GF pizza - but by their friendliness. I'm not in the East Bay often, but trust me any trip in that area will definitely include a stop here!!

  • Ryan A.

    Very impressed with this place!!! Good pizza and fried mozzarella...excellent craft beer selection!!

  • Carrin P.

    Second time and I won't be back! First time was great! Fried meatballs were smaller portion than last time I went. Got 2 large pizzas one Roman and one half cheese and half pepperoni. Toppings were barely visible on the half and half pizza. Basically paid $18 for a tomato pie with no cheese. My kids refused to eat it! The roman was also skimpy on toppings. I know it's authentic pizza but come on! Never again! Paid $90 with tip. We each had 2 beers and kids had lemonade. Maybe success has gone to their head!

  • Chris C.

    Dont you just love it when you get your food and it needs to be cooked more!?

  • Ed P.

    Been dying to try this place and finally made it there late on a Thursday night. Did take out and ordered a large margarita and a large mama's special (sweet onions, sausage and fresh mozzarella). LOVE. Fresh quality ingredients put together into a great pizza. Will be back ASAP. Staff was nice. Watched them making dough while I waited for my pies.

  • Linda D.

    First time I went her it had just opened and it was several years ago. The sauce had no seasonings and tasted terrible. I vowed to never go back. However I lied and have been back several times including 1 day ago. Had a Margarita pizza & it was fantastic.

  • Richard C.

    STRAIGHT OUTTA NAPLES! Best pizza I have had since living in Italy. Very authentic! Owner operated and they are passionate about pizza! DROP EVERYTHING AND GO GET SOME PIZZA!!!!!!

  • Kyle O.

    I put one star because there is no option for a half star. Dough is not fresh, but frozen and not thawed properly. Toppings were sparse to say the least. Pepperoni was sliced as thin as possible. Very few "spots"of cheese on the two larges I ordered. I had pizza from here a year ago and it was good. I think the crew here has picked up a addiction or something,They are definitely not spending it on their pizza that's for sure. If you want real pizza from federal hill, just go to federal hill.

  • owen d.

    $30 for two small pizzas. One 12" cheese for our kids and one 16" margarita for us. The pizzas were ready and served quickly. The crust was great, thin yet doughy, not hard or too chewy. The plain cheese pizza was tradition, rather light on the cheese and the sauce was thin. Good enough for the kids. Our Margarita pizza left a lot to be desired. The best way to describe it is to say we could hardly tell the difference between it and the plain cheese pizza. I would like to try a pizza with additional toppings if we decide to ever go back.

  • Laura W.

    The pizza gets 5 stars, the apps get 3. For pizza, the sizes and prices are pretty self-explanatory and fair. For the other items, the prices seem a little high, but the portions are huge so the prices are actually very reasonable! The pizza is delicious! Thin yet chewy, un-burnt crust, delicious, sweet sauce, and generous toppings. The salads are not impressive. They serve the ribs of the lettuce chopped up with store bought dressing and cheap shaker parmesan. Great beer selection and even root beer on tap!

  • Al P.

    Great pizza. A little pricey otherwise would get 5 stars. The crust is some of the best I've had around the east bay area. Margherita could use a little more cheese but that's personal taste. I recently had takeout but their beer selection has been good in the past. Nice little spot in downtown Warren.

  • Wendy A.

    The best deep dish pizza I have ever had. The food was great. The service was great, we sat at the bar and Amanda took great care of us. We really enjoyed watching the cooks work too.Very professional. Definitely will ho again

  • Lauren W.

    Not sure why I haven't reviewed my favorite pizza place in RI yet! My rating is 5 stars *if* Billy makes my pizza:) I lived in Italy for 2 years. Naples to be exact. The birthplace of pizza. I was spoiled there. Really spoiled. Haven't found a suitable pizza since leaving Italy. There are a lot of places that claim to have Neapolitan pizza (usually letting me down). However.... Federal Hill is IT! Billy trained and got certified in Naples. He brought back the real-deal-pizza! So happy to have found this gem. We drive 1 hour EACH way just to have it. It's like taking a trip down memory lane. I step back into Italy each time I'm there. My favorite pizza: "The Owner's Favorite", cooked regular, not well done :)

  • Bill R.

    I love pizza, any pizza. My wife, on the other hand, is Italian and to her pizza is more of a fetish than my overt crazed affection. In her words this is the only good pizza she's had south of Boston and north of New York. That's hefty praise and I must admit she's probably correct. The many times we've been to FHP, we've never been disappointed. Typically we order the Owners Favorite with a Federal Hill Salad and a bottle of wine. Lately I've been drinking from the very generous lineup of local and other craft beers. You can't go wrong with a visit to FHP!

  • Tamara B.

    Love this place! Go here every year for my birthday, great pizza, make sure to emphasize that you want your burgers cooked though.....overall, great food, great atmosphere, friendly staff!

  • Jared P.

    Love this place... Great Italian food and a great beer list! Pizza could be a bit more consistent but the owners favorite is to die for. But what are these garbage wings I've heard about that's not on the menu?!? Gotta let us know Billy!! Lol

  • M T.

    Being from Jersey, I take my pizza very seriously. In fact, it's sacrilege for me to admit there is good pizza anywhere else. But there is. William Manzo is committed to doing good food. His menu is vibrant. His ingredients are fresh. His service is excellent and so is his pizza. I recommend the good morning vietnam burger and the east street. This is the pizza that changed my opinion about roasted red peppers. I have finally had them done right. And I love the piled portions of fries. Thanks for reading my mind Chef!

  • Jessica S.

    They have root beer on tap, automatic brownie points. We loved the meatball appetizer, for garlic lovers only though! The marinara is really good and has big slices of garlic in it. We got a hawaiin pizza. Pretty good, but no different than any other brick oven pizza. Cute atmosphere, good service, good location on main st. The only thing I did not like was the cannoli. Weird, almost perfume like taste to them and covered in chocolate. Would not get them again

  • Paul L.

    Ok I rarely write reviews, if ever. Since I use Yelp myself to find places, I felt compelled to tell any/everyone that this place is a gem. The Craft Beer selection is the perfect size, not too many that the kegs and lines get old, just enough constantly rotating drafts that include local and hard-to-find beers. And the Pizza is amazing...the crust is that perfect crust that everyone looks for whenever they get a pizza, the sauce is out of this world. If you are trying to decide where to go in the Warren/Bristol/Swansea area...just go to this place, you will enjoy it. *****EDIT****** I have one problem that I was hoping would be realized but has not yet. This place has such a great beer list, but served them all in the same, plain Pint glasses. I really wish that this place used proper glassware for it's craft beer, it make such a difference to drink an Imperial IPA out of a Tulip Glass rather than a Pint/Drinking glass, which makes it less than ideal. I appeal to the owner to please consider bringing in some proper glassware for your great Beer Selection.

  • Big H.

    This place has the best pizza in Rhode Island. People rave about RI pizza, but up until this place I have never been a fan. RI just seemed to be missing something when it came to pizza. People rave about Casserta, but that's just okay in my book. Federal Hill Pizza (in Warren oddly enough) is amazing though. Their pizza is crispy and unique, thin, and reasonably priced. They use nothing but fresh ingredients and you can tell. They also have a variety of off-brand micro-brews on tap which changes almost weekly. I wish I had found this place sooner. The owner and staff are also extremely nice courteous. Recommended.

  • Tyler A.

    Excellent restaurant. I love their pizza, "the owner's favorite" is superb. I also really like their fried ravioli. Great craft beer selection, always something there I've never heard of. Service is just okay, but always friendly and helpful.

  • Lori M.

    We recently had a great meal and overall experience at Federal Hill Pizza. We don't live in Warren but had two hours to kill in town so I turned to Yelp. Federal Hill's Yelp reviews convinced us to give them a try and I'm so glad we did! We were there at the non-traditional dining hour of 3pm so we were the only customers in the restaurant. As such, the service was terrific (and I'd like to give them the benefit of the doubt that their service is also good when the place is full). Our waitress was attentive and anticipated our needs. The owner personally provided my husband with a terrific beer recommendation and allowed him to peruse her hand-made beer "catalog", which he greatly admired and might have tried to steal. Both of the owners came to the table to check on us and chat and we thoroughly enjoyed talking with them. Now to the food- we ordered gnocchi with red sauce and margherita pizza. Both were AMAZING. The ingredients were clearly of the best quality, fresh, and expertly prepared. To quote my (extremely picky) teenage daughter, "the sauce tastes like eating a fresh tomato". The pasta portion was huge; half went home with us, as did half of the large pizza. We are pleased to have discovered Federal Hill pizza and are excited to return sometime soon.

  • Thomas T.

    Been there for dinner and drinks a couple of times and it's been great! The food is well prepared with quality ingredients. Amanda, the bartender, is awesome and Billy, the chef, always comes out to see how the food is and talk beer. He orders really good craft beer; there is always something new on tap and usually some things I hadn't heard of. Really good spot.

  • Joseph H.

    After having a stellar experience here previously I rounded up several of my friends and headed back. They/re not on the menu but the garbage wings are great if you ask for them lightly sauced. The chicken wings are a food experience you won't soon forget. They are the rings combo of crispy and tender they are oh so good. The pizza I felt eh about the crust tasted of sourdough too much for me and in the middle the crust tasted a bit raw. perhaps this is one of those things that work better in a smaller size we had ordered a large. I will be going back for more wings and this time instead of pizza I'm going to try the pasta.

  • C R.

    I have to agree with Shari w. Who wrote about this place 7 hours ago. Maybe it was just a bad day for the pizza place? Do we dare try it again? No salt or flavor in the dough. No discernable tomato sauce taste. In my opinion, the single most important ingredient for a pizza is the sauce. Couldn't taste it at all. I could taste the very fresh mozzarella on top of one of our pizzas. We got 2 pizzas and it cost $33, I believe. That was $33 wasted. I'd be willing to try them one more time on another day and just the basic small pizza for $10. If they fail then, then I am gone. But yes, the pizza last night was remarkably unremarkable.

  • Rachael M.

    This is by far the best pizza in Rhode Island. I got the owner's choice pizza. Delicious! Very fresh and local ingredients. We also had the deep fried meatballs. OMG! Seriously, the only meatballs I have ever liked. They have a surprise burst of mozzarella cheese in each one. The staff was very friendly and helpful. One of the waitresses was a little slow, but it was worth it. The pizza crust was chewy, but not doughy. The sauce was just like what my italian grandmother used to make. Yummy! Quality cheese and toppings. The owner came out to see how things were...always appreciated. I will definitely return with more people!

  • Carly B.

    My new pizza parlor bestie. I can't wait to reunite. This crust blows the pizza-lovin' mind in flavor and texture: chewy and crispy in all the right places. Simple crushed tomato sauce and perfect, fresh toppings. Loved our server with a fun sense of humor. She recommended the moan-inducing "The Owner's Favorite" pizza (prosciutto, mozz and creamy goat cheese, basil). Wow. Pizza and long list of awesome-sounding specials aside, this place is adorable. Red-and-white-checked tablecloth pizzeria: open, friendly, clean. A gaggle of hyper soccer girls with their moms, crew of guys riding up from the bike path down the street, me and my favorite date having a few beers on a lazy Saturday afternoon - all happily welcomed into the fold of this lovely family biz.

  • Elizabeth C.

    Ordered for the first time from here again, not sure that we'll be back. The fried ravioli and fried mozzarella were decent, nothing exceptional but good. The pizza was disappointing at best. We were excited to find a location that has gluten free pizza as an option, and while the crust was surprisingly thick, the flavor of the pizza was just ok. We didn't care for the sauce, it was neither a traditional pizza sauce nor just straight up tomato, it had a very strong flavor that none of us really cared for. We might try them again, based on the other reviews I've read the quality seems hit or miss I'd be curious to see if its better a different night, but not sure that we'll do that.

  • Tiffany D.

    Me and my husband and two boys were in Warren a few weeks ago and decided to grab some pizza here. Boy was I glad we did! The food was delicious! Me and my husband ordered the mushroom ravioli, a salad, and a couple pizzas. The food was superb, and obviously made with extremely fresh ingredients. You can taste the difference when food from a restaurant is made like this. The chef and owner, Billy, was there and greeted us warmly and made sure we were happy with our meal. We ended up ordering a dessert pizza to go, which was to die for. Can't wait to go back to Federal Hill Pizza next time we are nearby!

  • Lauren P.

    The pizza was good, but different. It would not be my "go-to pizza" but it's a good option if you are sick of the regular pizza routine. I compare it to garlic bread with sauce and cheese on top. We sat outside with our dog, the waitress was extremely nice/friendly.

  • Marc F.

    So this little gem has been open for over 2 years and I have avoided it due to the fact I thought it was another fly by night trying to live off a big name. Well, I was pleasantly surprised to say the least. After spending a full day on the boat with a 3 and 5 year old (my kids) the last thing I wanted was a busy restaurant but I was craving savory Italian. I did a quick yelp search and FHP came up just a few miles from my house. I was happy to see the old school red and white checked table clothes and homey decor. We started with the sicilian rice balls. The rice was a little toothy but the red sauce amazing. I could have have eaten a bowl of it with fresh bread and called it a day. Our main was "the way it should be" pizza. Cheese, fresh mozz, pepperoni, mushrooms, and finished with a touch of truffle oil. Wow! Fresh taste from the tomato, savory / creamy cheese, spicey pepperoni, earthy finish from the shrooms and just enough truffle oil. This food took my wife and I back to an afternoon we spent in Capri. Complimenting the meal was a glass of merlot which I can't remeber the name of but it went perfect. Warren has become a great little town to discover new restaurants and shops. Check out the restaurant and antique scene down on the scenic water street. There are some gems down there too.

  • Gary S.

    I am a pizza snob of sorts. Hands down, Federal Hill has the best pizza I've ever had and I've been to Naples and ate pizza. Try the truffle oil on your pizza. Paired with the best tasting sauce and crust it is incredible. Worth the drive. Tell all your friends, wake the kids and call the neighbors....go there. You won't be sorry.

  • Ben S.

    This is a pizza shop that uses fresh ingredients. I'm not a big pizza connoisseur, but I can tell the crusts are made fresh, and the pizza sauce, cheese and basil toppings all "pop". I especially love the way the crust is grilled (brick/wood oven?). It is an inconsistent bake, leaving spots where you can taste the smokiness. This is a good thing! :) I think they are a bit pricey for what they offer, but if they can make it in Providence, they are probably pretty good pizza.

  • Sam A.

    Showed up thinking this was just a hole in the wall pizza joint, nothing special. A hint that we were in for a pizza treat was when we noticed the owners certificates for participating in world pizza championship and training in Napoli. Best pizza crust i have ever had in the US and beats many in northern italy... We were just enjoying Reginnas pizza in boston, this is better! Had RI style calamari, a classic magherita, and wife had a fed hill salad. All were womderful. The salad was more if a vege antipasti on greens, amazing. Looking forward to coming back...

  • Keyser S.

    Federal Hill Pizza is one of the few good pizza joints in East Bay. The pizza is cooked in a brick oven, given it an amazing flavor. I usually get the build your own pizza (red sauce, pepperoni, & italian sausagee) and it never dissapoints. They also have some great pasta dishes if you're not in the mood for pizza.

  • Joanna R.

    Great selection of craft brews and the pizza is absolutely scrumptious and burstin with flava!!

  • Susan B.

    This is my first review for Yelp, I only created this account to tell everyone what a wonderful gem there is in Warren, RI! The pizza is what dreams are made of, the crust perfection,a tender crispy dough that could be eaten without toppings and then you add the sauce which is exceptional, enough basil and oregano to add flavor to any topping but not overpower the crust nor the toppings. The cheese Billy uses is fresh, melts perfectly and complements everything below. Did I mention meatballs that would make my grandmother weep? The best draft beer assortment south of Boston can be found here, unbelievable selection from Double Black IP's to an nice pilsner. The best treat of all....let the chef prepare you a meal, he will ask a few questions and then present you a bounty fit for a queen! Last nights temptations included wings that were just sublime, crisp skin with an unbelievable salty crunch, moist tender chicken topped with Pecorino cheese, a cold pasta salad with zucchini, fresh arugula and cherry tomatoes. No heavy balsamic vinegar--just a nice light red wine vinegar. I really hate to admit to the last part, because right now we can walk in at 7 on a Saturday night and sit right down at a table...but there is live music on Saturday night, talent worthy of Austin, Nashville or any other big city, for free.... Love this place! Oh and the waitstaff...charming! Efficient! Fabulous! How could I forget how hard these young kids work :)

  • Lou P.

    Parking on the street Freshly baked thin crust pizza They deep-fry calzones Out of the ashes of the pizzeria that shall not be named comes Federal Hill Pizza, which is tastier and less expensive than the Federal Hill name implies. The shop is cute, sporting old wine advertising prints, pizza paddles and family photos on the wall, copper layering on the bar, and the traditional red checkered cloths adorning each table. There is a variety of seating, from solo at the bar to tables fit for 6 or more. The liquor license allows for beer and wine, and the tap has a small selection of the regulars. I ordered the Pomodoro Calzone, which had pancetta, tomato, mozzarella and ricotta and checked in at $8.99. The owner suggested I try it deep fried, and going against the diet I'd decided to start this afternoon, I took the bait. Good lord what a delicious treat it turned out to be. The dough was crispy on the outside but not oily, and the deep frying process kept the juices from the tomato and pancetta bubbling nicely inside. The whole thing was topped with red sauce, and despite my best intentions of taking half of it home, it didn't make it more than a few minutes. The menu holds a notably large selection of burgers and sandwiches if you're not in the mood for pizza, and a few salads. I'm planning on trying the California Dream In Burger next go-round, as I'm a big sucker for anything including both meat and avocado. The folks here really get it, in that they're welcoming and accommodating, and clearly have the customer in mind (in addition to the bottom line.) Definitely adding it to the list of my go-to East Bay destinations.

  • PJ D.

    I've got to update because I've been here probably two dozen times since my original review. I still love their pizza. I just got back from there and I'm still glowing with food buzz. I even brought one of my New York City pizza snob friends with me for validation I hadn't lost my tastebuds and my mind and he confirmed for me what i knew deep inside. This is damn good pizza. I've eaten my way through all the pizzas on the menu and a few of the specials as well. If you go you absolutely must get "The Way It Should Be". Mushrooms, pepperoni & a hint of truffle oil. It's amazing. I also like the Owners Favorite. Goat cheese, prosciutto and basil. Not what i would ever expect myself asking for but it is fantastic. They'll cook it well done if you ask them but the pizza is usually pretty well done as is. I appreciate that as it's true to New York pizza tradition. I can't wait to go back and keep eating.

  • Paul D.

    I think this is one the best pizza in RI definitely on the east bay. Fresh ingredients nice crust etc. All the other food is great too. Kids like the fried ravioli .

  • Nora Z.

    Wow, I still can't get over it! I am from NY so I can, one way or another, find amazing restaurants left and right. I THOUGHT the best was here but was I wrong. I am so happy I came here before I headed to my business meeting. For all you people in Warren...take it from me, it is a GEM of a place. I usually don't have time to comment on yelp but I had to here. 1. The Owner - is super friendly and really took care of me. (Not the snobby, kiss ass kind that just want a good tip from you..but he was genuinely excited to treat his customers well and get to know them). 2. The place - so cute with the traditional pizza theme feel and not to mention the general area itself. 3. The credibility - awards, sponsors, plaques, press, championships in Italy..need I say more? 4. The Staff - nice, helpful, fast 5. the FOOD - amazing amazing.. pizza is exactly what a real pizza should taste like. I have been to A LOT of places and this place is ON THE MARK. you don't feel like you are going to slip into a coma after you eat here and you get the best of the best. The good morning vietnam burger, the margarita pizza, and the apps are TO DIE FOR. These people genuinely love what they do and it definitely shows. To sum it all up, it is exactly what you are looking for and a lot more believe me.

  • Craig J.

    Excellent spot for lunch breaks and full meals. I highly recommend the "Zorba the Greek" pizza

  • Christine J.

    So, not our first trip here, and it's always been delightful. They have a great gluten free crust, so this is my go to place. Tonight my husband orders the fish & chips from the specials menu. What comes looks like fries with very over cooked fish cakes with a cocktail sauce. We ask for tartar sauce. Nope. They're "traditional Italian", so that's the sauce you get. I say, "Really? We're in Warren?!" I ask for mayo. That they have. I ask if they serve burgers. Yes, they do! But guess what--no relish! Because we're "traditional Italian". We find out that the fish and chips isn't really fish and chips but fried skate balls and fries. Don't get me wrong--we *like* skate. We just don't like to get skate when we think we're getting fish & chips. So if you want to be "traditional Italian", don't bill your skate dish as fish & chips. It will be a while before we go back. Feeling a little scammed.

  • Mark M.

    Checked this place out for the 1st time this weekend with a friend after reading some good reviews and really being hooked by their on line menu. We were not disapointed. We were greeted as soon as we walked in the door by our server, Jade, who was awesome from start to finish. Great smile, attentive, informative which just made the whole experience that much better. We ordered several apps to sample including Cambodian wings which we rated tops over everything we had. Everything was good but the wings were amazing. Crisp on the outside, tender & juicy on the inside, spicy but not extreme. We also had rice balls, meatballs and raviolis and the sauces were excellent. We got a pizza to go which we had to sample before we left and it was awesome. Amazing crispy thin crust with great flavors in the toppings which were the Owners Fav. I'm a beer snob and the beers here are right up my alley. Beers you don't find in your average eatery. Stuffed, we got dessert to go. The only negative if I had to give one was the heat. No a/c, the front door was open to try and get a breeze but it was in the low 80's outside. With the pizza oven going in the back, temps felt close to 90 inside and we sat by the door. Would I go back again for the great food, incredible beers to choose from and one of the best servers I've ever had, on a scorching hot day . . . ? Your damn skippy!!

  • Meghan L.

    We ate at the counter and watched this amazing chef do his thing. The staff was very attentive and pleasant. The food creations were delicous and you could taste how fresh the ingredients are. If you've never been there you need to go on in to this charming restaurant. Was the best Italian food I've ever had thank you to the chef billy manzo and his wonderful staff. I'll be back soon :)

  • Melanie P.

    I've never been here before. I went because I read the reviews here. Let me say... I've certainly had better. Maybe I just ordered the wrong meal. However, we started with Fried Ravioli for an appetizer. Came in under 10 mins, but it was burnt. The part that was edible was delicious though. Loved the fresh basil on top. For my meal, I had Penne, with chicken and broccoli. My first bite was a disappointment. The broccoli was COLD! Parts of my meal were hot, parts were not. It was almost like it was warmed in a microwave. That was a major turn off... I have no idea what happened. I did tell the waitress, and she said she would report to the cook. She also offered to return it to the kitchen to be warmed over. I declined. I sure hope tonight wasn't the NORM...

  • Carol C.

    Ordered a extra large pizza and an antipasti for lunch with family. The antipasti was first rate very good high quality. I wish I could say the same for the pizza. It was! as best as I can describe it, a leftover pizza from the previous day. No sauce and crust was definitely not freshly baked. I can't tell you how disappointed we all were, especially because my family who live locally have had pizza and other dishes from your restaurant and have really enjoyed it.

  • G L.

    Great food, good service, reasonable prices. The pizza here is unique and fresh, good sandwiches and salads too. Margarita pizza is great.

  • Marc C.

    Best Pizza in RI. Original Italian thin crust wood oven fired and all fresh and authentic ingredients. The Calamari is great too lightly fried and olive oil top shelf. The Owners special is a prosciutto with goat cheese and it is out of this world makes me think I am back in Italia.

  • Tony V.

    Was at Federal Hill a few weeks back visiting friends. Took a look at some pictures from the weekend and was reminded (cravings kickin' in) for some great food we had there. Simple, from nyc, so we tend to think we know a thing or two about pizza :) Have to say this was the BEST pizza I have had out of town. Might even be better than nyc, just because the curst they use is spot on. Chatted it up with the VERY friendly owners and they told us about the unique healthy (as healthy as pizza dough can be :) no sugar, artificial guck, refined junk) home made secret dough recipe. We were fortunate enough to meet them, they greeted every customer on the way in, during the meal to make sure all was good, and when we left. Shows why they have international awards and the owner is on the US pizza team or something. But don't just get the pizza... as one yelper recommended, I tried the good morning vietnam burger. AMAZING! Bacon, Egg and then also, which I am a sucker for, onion rings in the burger. Def give it a try... cool atmosphere, very accommodating for a group and also not to loud to take a significant other for a casual night. They got TVs if you want to catch the game as well. Very charming, old main street restaurant feel. Go and you won't be disappointed. Def look forward to another visit when in the area.

  • Jesse B.

    I'm such a fan of this pizza place. I would say it is one of the best pizza's I've ever had. The owner has won countless prizes for the most authentic Italian pizza - which having been to Italy, I can say he does amazingly well. There's never been a meal where the owner hasn't come out to greet us and find out how we enjoyed our meal. The burgers are also good here but the Italian food is really what you should come for.

  • Greg H.

    Pizza has a very garlicy sauce with interesting toppings. Olives are full kalamata, sausage is the thin little discs. Nothing special.

  • David C.

    Just ate there for the second time in the last few months, yes the pizza is very good, the large is a 16" pizza and many are over 16.00, was not happy that the menu states 1.50 for a soft drink, then we were charged 2.75 for each soft drink,that's not even close. I wanted to get a small salad but they don't have a small salad unless you want to substitute the fries that usually come with a burger, WHAT ? The cheapest salad is 8.00 (if not substituting for the fries) so I have to order a burger to get a small salad ????? Come on, do you really want to stay open. Looked at the beers, 4.25 for a coors draught beer, this isn't Newport people.

  • Karri P.

    This is the pizza I've been searching for ever since I moved to Rhode Island. It's better than anything I've had on the actual Hill. Good atmosphere, huge salads, friendly service and the pizza is delish! So happy to have found this place.

  • Jari G.

    Great pizza. . .great staff. . . wonderful owner that is a delight to talk to (even if I am a Red Sox fan and he proudly wears his NY Yankees hat). They were very gracious about making food that would meet my difficult dietary needs (gluten free, dairy free, vegatarian). The gluten free pizza crust was the best I've ever had and the tomato sauce was not the usual thick, acidic version but very light and flavorful. Wonderful place. . .wish we lived closer so we could ear there more often.

  • Tracey Lynn N.

    I know what you're thinking...really, I do. "Here she goes again with another Lincoln fiver!" I assure you, I've never been more sure about it. I think about Federal Hill's pizza fortnightly. The crust, the sauce, the cheese, the toppings and their topping suggestions!!! NAILED IT!!!! Mouth watering just writing this! The appetizers are killer, and they have some stellar originals! We were really impressed by the bartender who served us and the manager who went out of his way to talk up the new beers, and the new beer fusion specials. The beer selection here is the best in the area. Fed Hill is always changing around their taps and throwing up some neat brews that you've probably yet to encounter. Also worth mentioning, 'straight forwardly,' is that Federal Hill pizza is not just pizza! It's a great italian restaurant with entrees, salads, specials, apps and a full bar! I can't stress enough how happy we were with the staff and their chats about the new beers and their enthusiasm for the menu. Can't wait to move closer to enjoy this place more often!

  • Warren M.

    Cute little place on Main .street in Warren. Incredibly authentic interior, not a pre-packaged suburban mall venue. Friendly owner and staff. Lots of beers on tap and the selection changes often. Pizzas are round and a little thin for my taste, more like Jersey Shore type but not as greasy. Sauce is excellent, on the sweet side. Sausage, sweet Italian and plenty of cheese. We took out but eating in would have been fine. Drawback: delivery. Not during the day. Closing: too early for us but, I presume, it's in line with demand. We just need To get our act together earlier. DOG/PET FRIENDLY OUTSIDE

  • Monica G.

    1st time here with a a group of a friends, nice experience. Had "build your own pizza" burger and fries. They give a lot of fries!!!! Very delicious. Will come back wish I lived closer so they could deliver to my house lol

  • Wayne R.

    Wife and I stopped in while we were in town. We shared the East Street pizza (Meatball and Roasted Red Pepper). Great flavor, the peppers were perfectly cooked, nice roasted flavor. Nice relaxing atmosphere, wait staff was very attentive. Will be back next time we are in town.

  • Tom V.

    Fantastic pizza. So fresh and tasty. Many vegetarian menu options. Really fast service too. Great beer selection.

  • Patrick G.

    Pizza was pretty good. After I waited an hour for it. The waitress was very nice but the manager seemed irritated that we came in when we did and made sure to tell us they close at 8 when we showed up at 645. I'll be sure to cross this off the list.

  • John L.

    What can I say, we sat at the bar so we got to see the show in the kitchen. Chef William Manzo Jr did not disappoint. We had 2 pizzas East side and the Aloha. Absolutely perfect. Chef comes out of the kitchen to talk to his very happy diners. Atmosphere is great, service was awesome. Very diverse menu. Great value. A MUST! We will be back

  • Kristen L.

    Went here with my boyfriend on a Friday night after we saw the restaurant reviewed on Phantom Gourmet. Couple other family's inside not over all busy. Basic design with memorabilia over the walls. We came here for the pizza, and the pizza we got! We ordered the 'way it should be pizza' and were satisfied with it. Not out of this world but we would make a trip back. The house sauce on the other hand was AMMMMMMAZE! We asked for a side of sauce to dip our crust in! Over all the service was good, helpful and accommodating. There are a lot of burgers on the menu, hoping to come back soon to try some of those!!

  • Anthony S.

    I've only been here once, but what I got was maybe the best caprese pizza I've ever had. Great old-world style crust that I suspect would be even better with something with more sauce than a caprese, and the toppings were just about perfect. I don't know if it was a regular thing, but there was a great international-jazz style trio playing that fit the place perfectly.

  • Carol W.

    Been meaning to come here for a while, and I'm glad we finally did! We ordered the "owner's favorite" pizza and subbed sweet Italian sausage for prosciutto. The pizza came out pretty quickly (though we went early, before 5:00, so it was basically empty in there). Really tasty pizza, the crust was perfection, and toppings were all very fresh. The owner stopped by our table to say hello and ask how the pizza was which was nice. Friendly server, too. They have a great selection of beers on draft, which included a home brew, which I think is pretty fantastic. They do Monday night trivia which I am super excited about, and they have live music on Saturdays! It's a small, cozy place with a good vibe. We will definitely be coming back. Another Warren restaurant for the win.

  • Joe S.

    So you are in Warren. Sitting in a "pizza joint". Not expecting too much. You order "Lasagna with white sauce" and it blows your head off! Salad is fresh. Service is superb. Nice cozy atmosphere. The owner is passionate about his food. And his kitchen staff could hold their own against any Italian restaurant in Rhode Island. Award winning fresh ingredient pizza. Great prices for great food. Don't miss this place!

  • Steve P.

    The food was fresh, no doubt about it. The service is what brought the review down a star. I will be back though. The food was very good and I'll hope that they pay more attention on the service next time.

  • Robert Z.

    Simple place with delicious food. The server was a sweetheart. Calamari was some of the best I've ever had. The menu selection with the added specials is perfect. Love this place.

  • Kelly P.

    Stopped by Saturday night for a quick dinner We started with the Federal Hill salad - greens and grilled veggies. It was innovative and really good. For our entree, we had the Niko pizza - chicken and spinach. The pizza was very flavorful and the crust was excellent. I paired my pizza with the Woodchuck hard cider. Perfect! The service was good, prices reasonable, and the atmosphere was local and friendly. No tourist trap here!

  • Stephanie K.

    Wow had a chance to try their burgers and fries, amazing and the different burger combos so many to choose. Only issue what's up with the burlap napkins? I was getting ready to use my sleeve but an image of my mom stopped me:)

  • J S.

    Quality seems to be hit or miss here. On my first visit the owner was in the kitchen and the pizzas were AMAZING. On my second visit there was different staff in the kitchen, owner wasn't present, and one pizza was overcooked (burnt) while the other was undercooked and soggy. A damn shame, the second visit totally bummed me out.

  • Christian R.

    I really really like this place. Having grown up next to New Haven,CT I grew up on Pepe's pizza which is world class pie. Then I moved to Boston and fell in love with Santarpio's in East Boston. So, a few years back I moved down here to RI and was sure that this densely Italian populated area would put up big points in the Pizza category. Wow was I wrong. I've tried most places in the area and until I stumbled upon Federal Hill Pizza in Warren I am ashamed to say I simply ordered Dominos to get the job done. I apologize for that by the way. FHP gets it! It's all about fresh ingredients, insanely hot ovens and a super friendly staff. A+ guys. Job well done. Just don't go Hollywood on us like Pepe's did.


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Opening Hours

  • Mon :4:00 pm - 9:00pm


  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Dinner
    Parking : Street, Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes



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The immense popularity of Italian cuisine globally isn't unknown. You can find an Italian Pizzeria around every corner of almost every city in the United States. Not to forget that in every house, people enjoy mac and cheese as comfort food. But it would be wrong to believe that Italian food starts with pizza and ends with good pasta as this Mediterranean country has much more to offer other than these two dishes. In Italian Cuisine, there is a high use of fresh tomatoes, all kinds of herbs, great quality of cheese, all types of meat, seafood and fresh handmade pasta. Many find it hard to believe that Italians have been making noodles long back.

Italian and Greek cuisines are always mistaken to be same, but they are poles apart. The primary difference between the two cuisines is the use of cheese in most of the Italian dishes. Italians love to cultivate their own cheese and process them as per their food requirement. It is believed that some cheese is so expensive that cheese producers secure them in lockers.

If you are bored eating the same old pasta or pizza, you can try some of the authentic Italian dishes like Risotto, Polenta, Ribollita, Lasagna, Fiorentina Steak, Bottarga, Ossobuco, Carbonara, Focaccia, Arancini and Supplì. Another item which Italians love to relish every morning is a good cup of Italian Coffee. Once you taste a freshly brewed cup of Italian Coffee, you might not visit Starbucks ever again. Authentic Italian food is made with heart and soul, so go find a restaurant where you can relish Italian cuisine in your city.

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