Brooklyn Joe's Pizza

New York style pizza is in Canton.

Brooklyn Joe’s

Overview: Brooklyn Joe’s, one of the newest restaurants in the Canton area, serves pizza and Italian favorites. It’s located in the Canton Marketplace on Highway 20. The atmosphere is friendly and laid back. Owner Brian Miller was born in Brooklyn, NY, and believes in serving the freshest ingredients. He also believes in treating every customer special.

Décor: The restaurant is a typical neighborhood pizza joint with booths and tables. There’s some seating outside and the place is bustling. Neon signs adorn the walls and the smell of freshly baked pizza wafts through the air. How wonderful is that?

Entrées: Brooklyn Joe's specialty is New York-style pizza, but it also has many delicious pasta dishes and sandwiches. Its pesto chicken panini, made with homemade pesto and covered with provolone cheese, is a must. Appetizers include pesto crostini, which is grilled ciabatta bread topped with Brooklyn Joe's pesto sauce, bruschetta tomatoes and melted mozzarella cheese. The calamari is also delicious. Pasta entrees range from $8 to $10. Pizza entrees range from $9 to $15.

Service: The service is fast. On crowded nights, be prepared for a little bit of a wait.

Hours: Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Lunch is served until 4 p.m. daily.

Brooklyn Joe’s Pizza is located at 2060 Cumming Hwy., Canton. It is approximately 10 miles from Woodstock and 5 miles from Holly Springs. For more information, call 770-720-7700.

Robert February 03, 2013 at 12:08 AM
Unfortunately they cant get orders straight. Every time i call in an order they mess it up, i mean how hard is it to make pizza. When i spoke to the manager after getting the orders wrong four consecutive times, it did me no good, she said don't let it upset you, and would you like me to cancel your order. I was hoping to hear well i am sorry to hear that and i will get with the staff so it does not happen again. She could have even said i'm sorry you had such a bad experience. Will not be giving my money to an establishment which does not live up to simple customer service expectations,


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