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Roma Old Town Wood-Fired Pizzeria

21 N Loudoun St

Winchester, VA

(540) 667-2743Explore Local Discounts


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Roma Old Town Wood-Fired Pizzeria
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Winchester Restaurant History

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Whoever mentioned the mozzarella sticks is correct, they're hand dipped and absolutely like no other you'll ever have. Decent craft beer selection and good pizza too. — Anonymous Reviewer

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

This restaurant was SO needed downtown. The pizza here is superb, the drinks are so good and the Mozzerala Cheese Sticks are life changing. I'm hooked!!! — Anonymous Reviewer

Monday, June 9, 2014

The food is amazing! Great selection of craft beer. Tiane was great, she was on top of everything. We will be back. — Anonymous Reviewer

Friday, May 16, 2014

Awesome food. pizza is fantastic. Caesar salad is awesome. Pastas are awesome. Luv it. — Anonymous Reviewer

Thursday, May 8, 2014

On Wednesday, May 7, 2014, my daughter and I had dinner at the Roma Old Town Wood Fired Pizzeria at 21 North Loudoun Street in Winchester, Virginia. It had opened a month earlier on Wednesday, April 2. At present it is closed on Sunday and Monday.

Eventually its hours will be Sunday 12:00 PM-10:00 PM; Tuesday and Wednesday, 11:00 AM-10:00 PM; Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 11:00 AM until late. Happy Hour is 3:00 PM-6:00 PM Monday-Friday. There is no delivery service, but carryout is available. The phone number is 667-2743.

Outside the Roma are metal sidewalk tables and chairs. The interior is a long, narrow room, with a receptionist next to the wall on your right. Along that wall are four tables for four, and the left wall has five booths seating four. A split, chest-high partition divides the front dining area from the rest of the room.

The bar is further back on the right, with a dozen stools. A TV screen fairly high on the wall was showing ESPN2, and was surrounded on either side by fancy racks of wine bottles. This location was previously an Italian place called Giovanni's, but has been completely remodeled.

The wood-fired pizza oven was to the left of the bar, and was operated by one person. The seating area beyond the partition featured six high-rise tables and chairs along the left wall. Four more high-rise setups were lined up in the middle aisle. The main kitchen is in the back.

The menu is a large, two-sided laminated document with beverages on one side and food on the other. The food categories include Appetizers, Sides, Lunch Sandwiches, Soups, Salads, Wood Fired Pizza (10" and 14"), Classic Pastas, and Greek Favorites.

My daughter ordered a Crab Dip appetizer and a Gyro Sandwich, which came with freshly made potato chips. I had one of the daily specials, Moussaka with a choice of salad or soup, and chose Minestrone.

The Moussaka was quite a large serving, but I rated it merely as good; I've had better in Greek restaurants. I'll try their Souvlakia on my next visit. My daughter was pleased with her meal. Neither of us had room for dessert.

— Perry Crabill

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Took my three kids to Roma's on Friday night to grab some pizza. It was very crowded but we were seated quickly and our server was very polite and courteous. We ordered the calamari, which the kids didn't care for but I thought was really good. I ordered their plain cheese pizza since my kids can be picky with the other toppings on the menu. Overall the pizza was fine, nothing bad but nothing great. The crust was probably the best part. Our server made sure our drinks were filled up and checked in with us regularly. I really want to try Roma's again and next time without my kids so I can dive a little deeper into their menu. — Anonymous Reviewer

Thursday, April 3, 2014

The servers were sweet and the food was AMAZING! The fire grilled pizza had a golden crispy edge. We got 3 different kinds and they all tasted great. The atmosphere and staff were a perfect fit for Old Town Winchester. I am looking forward to going back with my family again. — Anonymous Reviewer

Thursday, April 3, 2014

I wish I could give a rating of 6! Today was Roma OT's first day open for lunch. They were extremely busy, but service was great (thanks, Corinne), and the food was amazing. Everything was fresh, delicious, and beautifully presented. I had lasagna, my friend had a Philly cheesesteak, and we're both still raving. Even their chips are great. Thank you, Roma, for opening in Old Town. — Anonymous Reviewer

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

My boyfriend and I just had dinner here tonight. I think it was there first night open because the hostess seemed a bit confused about where to seat us. Although the service and food where fabulous. We went there to try the pizza and only planed on eating pizza tonight. We ended up eating three courses and so glad we did. Our server suggested salad to start, we tried the Ceaser it was amazing, then she suggested a cannoli for desert again wonderful. We sat at a smaller high top table in the bar area, which was nice to be in the bar area but not "at the bar". My only issue was if your planing on ordering a full sized pizza ask for a bigger table or two pushed together. There high top bar tables aren't big enough to hold your pizza and you eat. All in all we will be back again because of the food and service. — Anonymous Reviewer