Artigiani Pizzeria Cucina

4.5/5
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Details & Description

Restaurant type

  • Pizzeria,

Cuisine type

  • Italian,

Atmosphere

  • Upscale,

Products and Services

  • Wood Fired Pizza,
  • Tea,
  • Cocktail,
  • Pizzeria,
  • Pasta,
  • Coffee,
    • Specialty Food,
    • Homemade Pasta,
    • Meal Go,
    • Wine,
    • Pizza Place,
    • Italian Restaurant,
  • more...
  • less...

Languages Spoken

  • French,
  • English,
Location
4657 rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2J 2L5
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Rates:

  • $11 To $25,

Methods of Payment:

Meet the owner

Vincent Puorto studied economics at McGill University and then went into business for himself. He launched a chain of video stores that was so successful that he sold his 17 locations to Videotron. The company then brought him on board as the general manager of the stores, a position he held until being recruited as general manager for Blockbuster Canada.

During his career, Vincent met brothers Nick and Anthony del Baldo, one an entrepreneur, the other a trained chef. The trio launched a bistro in Rosemère, which they ran for seven years and then sold because in 2009 it was time for a new project. “We wanted to do something different," recalls Vincent, "so we decided to offer an authentic Italian experience on the Plateau.” The three, all of Italian origin, launched Artigiani Pizzeria on November 13th, 2009.

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Ratings & Reviews - Artigiani Pizzeria Cucina

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    kori2783
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    Très bonne cuisine italienne. Service courtois mais trop lent. Un deuxième collègue aurait dû servir l eau et le pain. Le serveur s en est trouvé pénalisé sur le montant des pourboires par une partie du groupe mécontente. Un problème de gérance qui aurait pu permettre au serveur dêtre moins débordé avec un groupe de 20 personnes.

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    willie_waller
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    Very nice cozy pl...

    Very nice cozy place to eat. Food is excellent with great service. Bathrooms are clean and wheelchair friendly. Great wine cellar. I have been here a few times and the owner Nick, is always happy to see you. Its always nice to have the Chef Anthony come to say hello at the table. The pizza is cooked in a real wood stove and is the best in the city. Make sure you have reservations for the week-end. They will try to seat you but its not always guaranteed.

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    Bosco G
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    very good

    Very good

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