Rosati's on Greenfield Road

1309 N Greenfield Rd, Mesa, AZ 85205 Order now
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Top Reviewer
We only started ordering Rosati's in the last 6 months when we saw them on Grubhub. We've now ordered quite a few times, and we've been quite pleased with them. Their thin crust pizzas are very good, and they make really good french fries, so we always get some with our pizzas now. Only downside is we usually don't have leftovers. :)


1 review
Food was hot and delicious. I asked them to do half my wings one way and the other half different and they did. The driver was very quick and friendly. He did forget to give me my dressing for the wings and then surprised me by making a separate trip to bring it to me. Definitely would order from again.


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I've been to several Rosatis throughout the valley and have not found 1 that wasn't good including this one. Great service by the friendly staff, the food is always fresh and very tasty..


Top Reviewer
Food was good. Driver followed directions and even called before arriving. GF actually tasted pretty good - first time ordering it! It would be awesome to have


Top Reviewer
Everything was good save for the croutons on the Caesar salad, which were not thoroughly toasted. Kind of between crunchy and stale. Pizza was perfect though.

About us

American, Dinner, Lunch Specials, Pasta, Pizza, Salads, Sandwiches
Delivery: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Takeout: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

It's hard to imagine a restaurant business with a stronger foundation than Rosati's Pizza. Its traditions go all the way back to the gaslight era. In 1895, Ferdinand Rosati, a recent immigrant from Italy, opened a fine Italian restaurant in Coney Island, New York. Eleven years later, in 1906, he moved to Chicago and founded another Italian restaurant on Taylor Street in the same family tradition. This restaurant enjoyed such success that Rosati's was able to expand to include a hotel, a saloon, and a small importing and exporting business of Italian foods. Pizza, back in those days, was strictly old-world Italian fare, simply a tomato sauce served on crisp bread. Mr. Rosati often put it on the table as a special treat for his customers and friends, but there was no charge for it. In 1927, Ferdinand's son Saverio opened yet another restaurant in Chicago featuring the finest Italian dishes. Over the years, this downtown restaurant became a popular gathering place and was frequented by such notable names as Al Capone, Jack Haley, and Eliot Ness. When Saverio retired, his sons moved to the suburbs with a new and timely idea. The year was 1964, and pizza was catching on. The Rosati family saw its potential and realized they had the kind of pizza product that would make the most of that potential - a superb family recipe tried and tested by thousands of Rosati customers. However, instead of a full size restaurant, they would try a small, carryout business. Grandsons Dick and Ron opened the first Rosati's in suburban Mount Prospect, and their brother Alfred soon joined them. It was an immediate success, and by 1978, a total of ten Rosati family members owned carryout style pizzerias. Then, with the Rosati name firmly established in the Chicago suburbs, the family took another giant step forward. In February 1979, the family started franchising carry-out/delivery stores, and the first full-size Rosati Pizza Restaurant opened in Schaumburg, Illinois. Many more locations were opened, both full-size and carryout. By 1993, there were over 50 restaurants in three states. Today, the brand is approaching 200 stores around the country. Rosati's Pizza continues to serve the same quality products in a highly specialized delivery and carry-out concept resulting in a smaller initial investment, lower operating overhead, and superior customer service. This winning combination of recipes, product quality, menu innovation, and operating efficiencies has resulted in a premier Italian pizza concept with superior market strength and viability.