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About Reilly Craft Pizza & Drink
REILLY is a modern take on the traditional pizzeria. REILLY offers hand-crafted, artisan-style pizza as well as salads, a variety of small plates, fresh baked sandwiches (for lunch), and hand-made pasta (for dinner). The bar features 20 craft beers, 8 draft wines, and an extensive craft cocktail program. The interiors at REILLY are a blend of historic and modern elements that result in an upscale-casual vibe.
Reilly BEER GARDEN now open! The Beer Garden has 40 beers on draft, 8 keg wines, and our full pizza menu.
Tucson, AZ 85701
Italian, Pizzeria, American
Hours of Operation:
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Pennington Street Garage, Street.
Private Party Facilities:
We offer an intimate private dining room that can accommodate up to 12.
We also offer the Beer Garden which can accommodate large parties and full buy outs.
Private Party Contact:
Courtney : (520) 882-5550
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Reilly Craft Pizza & Drink Ratings and Reviews
This is my husband's favorite restaurant downtown because of the speck and egg pizza and the beers. Once again, I didn't like anything--I asked them to NOT BURN the brussels sprouts this time and they obliged, but they were rock hard and very difficult to eat. Burning them would not have softened them sufficiently, as I learned from experience. This time, service was very neglectful because they sat us in the bar area instead of in the beautiful main room (the service is usually very good). We'll keep coming back for that pizza, though--it's the third best pizza in Tucson.
Disappointing meal. Our second visit, so we opted for pasta, instead of pizza. MISTAKE!! My shrimp and pasta primavera was good, but served not nearly hot enough. My husband ordered squash angliotti in a parmesan broth. And that was all it was!! Eight little squash filled pastas floating in a BIG BOWL OF BROTH. No mushrooms, spinach, onion, basil, root veges, or anything that could have added to the dish. . . SO DISAPPOINTING!! We ordered desert and wanted decaf coffee, but they do not serve it. ANOTHER DISAPPOINTMENT. Learn from our experience, and stick to the pizza menu.
Rob and the staff at Reilly make this a comfortable and welcoming dining experience. Great food—attentive service, awesome beer and wine list - cocktails too . Love the pizza and salad and the Brussels Sprouts are the best of any place I have had them. This place is consistently my favorite place downtown.
First time visit before a concert at the Fox Theater. My bill for 1 person totaled $56, which I found to be on the high side. I ordered a garden salad, which was excellent, and a pasta entree - tagliatelle bolognese - was good, but not excellent, as well as a glass of wine. At the end of the meal, I ordered an Irish coffee; however, they didn't have whipped cream for it and I was billed separately for a coffee and for the whiskey. They used regular coffee cream. They also do not provide bread service, so I had to pay extra for bread to accompany my meal. Would I go back? Maybe. Honestly, I chose Rielly because it was Sunday and the other restaurants nearby were closed. The one bright spot was excellent service.
After a long day of traveling, we made it to Reilly Pizza for a 7:00 reservation. We were seated right away, inside (had I known, I would have requested outside). Our party of 4 had wine and beer. We shared a marinara pizza (no cheese, but we had it added; a little bland, but great crust and flavoring) and the arugula pizza (definitely a hit). Also enjoyed the kale salad and a stuffed pasta. Will definitely head back next time we are in town.
A nice place to have a casual dinner downtown as it is within easy walking distance of the Fox theatre and even the convention center. There is a parking garage directly across the street from it also. It is located in an older building but has modern updates that enhance the antique atmosphere. ( I read somewhere that it was a funeral parlor at one time but cannot verify it) We ate in the main dining room and there is also an outdoor beer garden and a lower level bar so take your pick! Pizza was good with very good crust and tasty toppings and they had a good (but expensive -$8 pint) beer selection. Enjoyed it but went early and the main dining room was already fairly noisy even though it was only half full. Our waitress was delightful so all in all it was an enjoyable meal.
This place was amazing! My husband and I met up with some friends and had pizza and pasta. So freaking delicious. I loved our waiter. He was knowledgeable and took good care of us. He even recommended some drinks. :) Will make this a place I will come back to many times!
We had a nice time and the food was delicious. However, there was a large, distracting TV playing at the bar, which you could see from just about anywhere in the restaurant. It seemed very out of place in what would otherwise be a very nice, cozy atmosphere.
We were seated at a round table since we had a party of 6. The restaurant is so loud that we could only hear the people directly next to us and couldn't have a conversation across the table.
The salads and Brussels sprouts were excellent.
Pizza was OK. Crust was delicious, but the red sauce pizzas were pretty bland and lacked flavor.
Very Disappointed since I have been here before. Our service was terrible even though he made like he was our best friend. It took forever to get food or for his attention to fill a glass. He was too busy with other tables.
The oxtail was not as expected. It was very greasy and shredded. I thought it would be served as most oxtails are in one piece of meat vs shredded meat. They did not say shredded on menu either. It was room temperature not hot. It also was kind of pasty. Then I had to ask for grated cheese to give it more flavor and that took forever so it was cold now. So I am eating greasy heavy shredded cold oxtail and cold pasta. My husbands pizza was not as good as before and we have decided not to return. Too bad to loose another restaurant on our list.
Pizza is the best in Tucson. Cute venue that used to be a mortuary. Always great service. The big downside here is the noise level. If the music were not so loud, people would not have to yell at each other. I had a sore throat from talking so loudly to my husband. We might sit downstairs next time due to the noise or take the pizza to go. We love Reillys except for the noise.
We were bringing a friend (new to Tucson) to Reilly's and we all ordered the fennel sausage and pasta. Two of us ordered the pasta to be gluten free. It was so delicious, I felt like licking the bowl! We also had the mixed greens salad and that was also perfect. No dessert this time, we were full. But I know the desserts have always been very good in the past visits. Service was excellent, the food arrived in record time, but the noise level made it hard to hear each other. I will always return, love Reilly's!
I love Reilly and have eaten there many times -- the food and service have always been top notch, but my last visit was a disappointment. Food and wine were great as usual (I had the potato/pecorino pizza and a half order of the radicchio salad - two perennial favorites) but the service was totally lacking once my food was delivered. It was clearly a very busy night, with a private event going on in the beer garden, but it seemed like the staffing levels weren't adequate to handle the crowd.
No one checked on me while I was eating, and it took a lot longer than usual for waitstaff to clear my plate once I was finished. The couple sitting next to me were also kept waiting for someone to greet them once they were seated, too. I waited a very long time for one of the bartenders to bring my check, and she then proceeded to charge another party's tab to my credit card. Had I not been paying attention when she brought the credit card slip for me to sign, it's anyone's guess when I would have gotten her attention again in order to alert her to the error.
I'm also not a fan of the area where I was seated - the banquette adjacent to both the bar and the door leading outside to the beer garden. On quieter nights, I don't mind sitting there, but the place was so packed on this particular evening that I spent most of my meal at eye level with the rear ends of guests coming in and out through the door and waiting for their drinks at the bar. Several times, my table was bumped by other patrons trying to squeeze past and the glass of wine I was trying to enjoy nearly got spilled.
After dinner, I went downstairs to the Tough Luck Club for a cocktail and was relieved to find it was much less crowded. While there, I received fantastic service from the bartender - definitely on par with the level of service I'm used to seeing at Reilly. I'll be back because I like the food, but I'll think twice if it seems crowded!
The food has consistently been good and love their pizzas. Thought I would try something different and ordered pasta this time – both my partner and I received what looks like appetizer portions of pasta and Though very good, left feeling over charged for what we received and unsatisfied. If you order pasta, you may want to order something else in addition to it.
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