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King's Pizza

2206 Wilson Blvd

Winchester, VA

(540) 722-2209Explore Local Discounts


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King's Pizza
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Winchester Restaurant History

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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Just read one of the reviews talking about how they are not affiliated with the Kings in Inwood, WV. I can tell after the last two nights of ordering from them and them messing our order up and not making good on the order. If you order from these guys make sure you count your change and make sure you are getting what you order. They are definitely not in the same class as the Inwood Kings. Talk to the manager and the dude wouldn't even make good on an order of fries that they missed. That is just poor business. I will not be ordering from them again. — Anonymous Reviewer

Friday, April 4, 2014

We ordered tonight and got our order in 10 minutes! We are fairly close to them, but I did not expect this. As usual our food was delicious. Do not listen to these negative reviews. They are awesome! — Anonymous Reviewer

Saturday, March 29, 2014

First of all, the Kings in Winchester, IS NOT affiliated with the ones in West Virginia. I personally spoke with the owner (in Inwood), last night. The guys in Winchester used to work for him. Against the wishes of the original owner, they came to Winchester and opened under the same name, and are telling everyone that they are a part of the WV group. How did I find out? We ordered a pizza from them, yesterday. 45 mins they said. 1 1/2 hours later, nothing. 2 hours in, we called and cancelled the order. The driver still showed up. When my wife greeted him at the door, to explain what was happening, he got an attitude and said some nasty things. Long story short folks, they are impostors. It doesn't matter if you can get good food there. They are ripping off honest, hard working folks, that don't deserve to have their name tarnished. I will personally be giving them plenty of free advertising. DO NOT EAT HERE!!! — Anonymous Reviewer

Thursday, March 27, 2014

On March 27, 2014, I had lunch at King's New York Pizza, 2206 Wilson Boulevard in Winchester, Virginia's Pineville Shopping Center. Opened about three months ago, these premises once housed Domino's Pizza.

King's opens at 10:30 AM Monday-Saturday and at 11:00 AM on Sunday. It closes at 10:00 PM Monday-Thursday and Sunday, and at 11:00 PM on Friday and Saturday. It offers dining, carry-out, and delivery service. The phone number is 540-722-2209.

Entrance is by a single center door with no vestibule arrangement to keep out the cold air. The dining area has one large room, with five booths seating four apiece along the right wall, then two tables for four, and two round tables seating two all the way back.

A large flat screen TV is on the back wall on the right, above the passage to the rest rooms. Two smaller flat-screen TVs are in the front of the room in the right and left corners above the plate glass windows.

In the center of the room, just inside the door, is a table for two. Further back is a table for six. Along the left wall, from front to back are two more tables for six and a refrigerated display case for bottled soft drinks. The rest of this wall has a soft drink dispenser behind a counter that has the cash register, in front of the kitchen area in the back of the room on the left.

The folded menu offers headings for Appetizers, Soups and Salad, Pasta Specialties, Seafood Specialties, and House Specialties. All Specialty items are served with fresh salad and bread.

Also, Desserts, Drinks, Children's Menu, Famous New York Pizza including Sicilian Pizza, New York Style Pizzas, Pizza Slices, Pizza Specialties, and Turnovers. The pizza sizes are sm. 12", md. 14", and lg. 16". Further headings are Subs and Sandwiches, listing Hot Subs, Cold Subs, and Sandwiches. Subs are sm. and lg., but the size in inches was not shown.

I was not there for pizza, but to check out the Italian entrées from the House Specialties category. As usual, I selected Eggplant Parmigiana as my benchmark. It was advertised as being deep fried in eggs with tomato sauce and mozzarella. For my beverage, I ordered a Dr. Pepper or Mr. Pibb.

My salad was served fairly promptly on a round platter and was fairly large. It contained chopped lettuce, onion strings, cucumber slices, black olives, and halved cherry tomatoes. It was cold, but not chilled, and my blue cheese dressing was served in a plastic envelope. The salad was accompanied by a small loaf of fresh Italian bread, still warm.

The entrée was served on a large, warmed platter. It appeared to have a single slice of eggplant, covered with melted mozzarella, at one end of the platter. It was on a large bed of pasta, and the other end of the platter was drenched with tomato sauce covering that part of the pasta.

I was disappointed in the eggplant not being served separately from the pasta, and have concluded that it's a mistake to expect a satisfactory eggplant Parmigiana from a place specializing in pizza.

It's taken me a long time to learn this truism, and I'll order the eggplant only from real Italian restaurants in the future. King's may be a fine place to order pizza; in fact, they have eight locations in nearby West Virginia.

There's another one in Hagerstown, Maryland, along with various other locations in Virginia. I'll keep this place in mind if someone wants to go out for pizza sometime, but it's not a keeper for my list of Italian eateries.

— Perry Crabill

Monday, February 24, 2014

We had a nice lunch here today. We have traveled to Inwood for a few years to enjoy King's, and the new store in Wincheter does not disappoint. We had a small pepperoni pizza, and a chicken cheese steak sub. Food was hot, prompt, and delicious; service was wonderful. Clean dining area, and nicely appointed. Since it was just a pizza and a sub, I gave it 4-1/2 stars until I have a chance to try their dinners. They do deliver. — Anonymous Reviewer

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

The worst pizza place in winchester, delivery was slow. People were rude, food was nasty. The lady who answers the phones had to ask someone else the prices of the food and it seems to me that they are stealing Anthony's pricing. Horrible business horrible food... — Anonymous Reviewer

Thursday, February 6, 2014

We tried Kings Pizza for the first time this week. The owner and staff were very friendly. The menu contains many of th typical dishes found at most italian places. We ordered pizza, spaghetti with sausage, and a couple of side dishes. The pizza was very good and reminded me of a favorite pizza place I ate at regularly while in college many years ago. The crust was very good, thin with a nice crispness. The toppings were plentiful and tastey. The spaghetti with sausage was also very good and a big portion. The sausage had a good flavor with just the right amount of seasoning and spice. We will definitley be back to try more things on the menu and will likely add this establishment to our rotation of regular places we visit. I would recommend this place to anybody looking for good italian food at reasonable prices. I also appreciate that it is locally owned by two brothers that obviously have pride in their work. I wish them much success. — Anonymous Reviewer

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

When I saw that Winchester had a King's Pizza, I was beyond excited. I'm a huge fan of the ones in Martinsburg and Inwood. While the inside of the one here in town is not as nice, the food is just as good. You won't find a better cheesesteak. And definitealy not a bigger one. The thin crust NY style pizza is simply amazing. Also had bacon cheesefries, and those were delivered and they were PERFECT. no sogginess. crisp and delicious. Love this place. — Anonymous Reviewer