Forgive the 1950s decor that hasn't been cleaned or updated since then, the 2 young servers were very poor, and were more concerned with the weekends party gossip than helping customers. Food wasn't very good and was not a good value for the money. I will not be going back.
best pizza in town.
i have been going to aldos for the last 33 years it is really good pizza the fish is awesome and the workers are very friendly i grew up in the neighborhood the people are really friendly yes my parents own it for almost 40 years now they bought it back in 1969 it was on the cornor of velp and marshall street for about 6years then they moved it back in 1975 the year i was born i dont understand how people could be so mean about the place you might get a bad pizza the first time but you dont have to be so rude about it and if you want fresh mushrooms on your pizza you ask for them because we put on can mushrooms if you dont ask you dont get our pizza crust is homemade we dont buy for other places we make our own by hand our sauce is made by hand and so is our chili, homemade soups now and our spag sauce too. But the best thing about aldos is our friday fish fry and our pizza because that we are now for but if you have a promblem with it give it a second chance people.
One night stand at Aldo's.
I thought I would give a small pizza parlor a try, but this was a dissapointment. The pizza toppings were bland, the mushrooms were canned, the sauce was tasteless and the crust had the texture of old saltine crackers. I also had an order of chicken wings which were ok, but the order did not icluded any celery of blue cheese dip, only two small carryout type plastic cups of ranch dressing. Good bye Aldo's I won't be coming back.