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15330 Lee Hwy
Bristol, VA 24202 (Map & Directions)
(276) 644-1850

Cuisine:   Pizza, Italian
Location: Washington County > Bristol
Delivery: Yes Attire: Casual Reservations: Yes
Wifi: No Parking: Yes Alcohol:
Good for Kids: Yes Outdoor Seats: Payment: Credit Cards Accepted

User Reviews for Hambino's
Mike Sullivan posted on 01/16/2014
Rating & Review:
Had wings and pizza from the Bristol, TN location and I was very pleased with the food and service. So glad they built a location there!!
Steve Robinette posted on 11/02/2013
Rating & Review:
This place has moved to HWY 11w near the Hospital....I ordered takeout tonight. It is the first time I've eaten their food. I was craving either a thick crust or a "Chicago Style" Deep Dish. The choices for that are pretty slim in Bristol to start with. <br /> So I ordered the "Windy City" Chicago Style pie. The crust was right; thick & deep along the edges,and thin to the center. It also tasted fairly good. Also, the staff was very friendly. But this is where my compliments end. Not much else was right.<br /> The sauce was just So-So. It really didn't pop. I ordered Pepperoni, Bacon, & Hamburger on it. I got Sausage instead of Hamburger. The Bacon was mostly fat. The pepperoni was good though. The cheese was plentiful but bland. <br /> My biggest and most important complaint is that it was not cooked in the Chicago Style. The sauce was on the bread; underneath the toppings & cheese!!! As anyone who has eaten real Chicago Style pizza knows the sauce is on top. You have, from bottom to top, Crust, a layer of Cheese, and then multiple layers of Toppings & Cheese until you get to the top. That is where the sauce has always been on every other Chicago Style pizza I've ever eaten.<br /> The reason for this is because Chicago Style usually has a thin bottom crust; and this one does have that. It is done that way because the sauce seeps into the thin bottom crust & makes it very "Doughy". This one did that. It was like raw pizza dough. A layer of cheese would have prevented this from happening. <br /> It was definitely better than "Chain Restaurant" pizza. And I would say that their "hand tossed" pizzas would be great done this way. But please stay away from the "Windy City" pizza.

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