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Guido's Pizza Pies ($$) $ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
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10850 Louetta Rd
Houston, TX 77070 (Map & Directions)
(281) 251-8205

Cuisine:   Sandwiches, Subs, Pizza
Location: West > Uptown
Website: www.guidospizzapies.com/
Delivery: Yes Attire: Casual Reservations: No
Wifi: No Parking: Yes Alcohol: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes Outdoor Seats: Yes Payment: Credit Cards Accepted
Hours: Mon-Thu: 11am-9:30pm, Fri-Sat: 11am-10:30pm

User Reviews for Guido's Pizza Pies
realdeal posted on 06/11/2010
Rating & Review:
DO NOT EAT HERE!!! they are so rude it is un-be-liev-able, long story short we had a group of families meet there, 5 days beforehand i called ahead to ask if we could reserve, and how we need to go about it, they said just show up, i called 3 different times that week in order to work out any arrangements, i just wanted things to go smoothly,again i was told they don't do that, just show up, i even asked for the owner to call me as well beforehand, so they'd expect us, the owner never called me back either, i did my best to "prepare" them for our group, it was nine kids plus parents, so about 30 people, the workers were completely rude as soon as we walked in the door, they said we can't just show up with that many people without letting them know, when i told them i called 3 times that week, the manager/owner?, just looked at me rudely and ignored me and kept complaining to other parents all night long. when we all were trying to figure out how many pizza to order and which ones, the manager/owner had the nerve to tell a parent,"are you going to order or just continue to take up space?" they made it more than clear they didn't want us there at all. we order over $100+ just in pizzas, and when we ordered some drinks, and the cashier refused to give us our change back and when my husband asked for it back she threw it in his hand so it fell all over the place, i and other parents wanted to walk out, but the kids wouldn't have understood. they were playing in their so-called kids play area, this place advertises family friendly atmosphere, what a joke!! oh yeah and the pizza suxs!! freschetta frozen pizza has them beat by a long shot,even CiCi pizza taste better. do youself a favor and avoid guido's pizza pies, unless like being treated like they make thier pizzas,Sh**ty!<br />
Mike Peck posted on 07/22/2009
Rating & Review:
Walked into the place and felt right at home. I love a good authentic pizzeria and GUIDOS is definitly one of the better pizzeria's in the area.If you appreciate good New York Style Pizza then this is the place for you.This is not dominos people, but real pizza made the old fashion way.<br /> As for the atmosphere not sure what to tell you other than it was perfect, just like the pizzeria I knew and loved as a child growing up in NY
posted on 05/24/2008
Rating & Review:
Ok if you don't mind a little vomiting and diarrhea afterwards

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