Menu for Trouble and Sons Pizzeria in Whitefish Bay, WI

  • Open:
    5:00 PM - 9:00 PM (CST)
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  • Features:

    Takeout , Delivery

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  • Known for:

    Beer, Cocktails, Coffee, Comfort food, Vegetarian options, Wine, Good for kids, Casual, Cozy, Credit Card Payments, Debit cards, Alcohol, Dessert, Dine-in, Dinner, Popular Dinner, Hard liquor, Identifies as LGBTQ+ owned, Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits, Mask required, Good for groups, Staff wear masks, Solo dining, Accepts reservations, Family-friendly, LGBTQ+ friendly, Bar onsite, Staff get temperature checks, Catering, Delivery, Curbside pickup, Takeout, Fast service, High chairs, Restroom, Seating, Outdoor seating, Wheelchair accessible entrance, Wheelchair accessible parking lot, Wheelchair accessible restroom, Wheelchair accessible seating, Identifies as women-owned,
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Trouble and Sons Pizzeria in Whitefish Bay, WI, is a Italian restaurant with average rating of 4.5 stars. Curious? Here’s what other visitors have to say about Trouble and Sons Pizzeria. Today, Trouble and Sons Pizzeria opens its doors from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Whether you’re a small party of two or celebrating with a group, call ahead and reserve your table at (414) 800-5015.

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There’s something for everyone at Trouble and Sons Pizzeria, including vegetarian dietary options.

Other favorable attributes include: beer.

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Skylar Koenitzer 1 year ago

We arrived after 6pm on a Saturday without a reservation. We were seated right away. The cocktails were delicious and not as... skimpy on the alcohol as some other $14 cocktails. The calamari came with a nice spicy dipping sauce. I got the special for theday, a ribeye puttenesca. The steak was cooked to order and the vegetable mix was so flavorful. We ended our evening withtiramisu and caramel gelato, both of which were individually exquisite but together amazing. We will be returning for morecocktails and to try some pizzas. Read more

Emily Burkholder 1 year ago

Summary: Would not go here again. Have had better frozen pizzas. My spouse and I ordered the antipasto salad and a House... Special pizza to share. The salad was a ramekin full of olives, feta, pepperoncini, pepperoni, and other very salty thingsmixed together. It was inedibly salty. The plate also included a pile of arugula and what looked like strips of grilled bread. It looked like hot, crispy bread, but despite having grill marks, it was room-temperature and flexible and stale. I don't knowwhen they grilled it and what had been done to it since, but it was also inedible. The pizza had shockingly few toppings on it: about 4 banana pepper rings and about 2 slices of prosciutto torn into smaller pieces. Most bites I was eating cheese pizza. But the worst part was the crust--extremely thick (0.75") and quite undercooked with an artificial taste like frozen pizza orPizza Hut and no yeasty smell. Are you buying this instead of making it??? I'm usually a person who eats other people'scrusts, but this pizza was gross and $22. Read more

Dan Cehanovich 1 year ago

Excellent!! Nice quaint spot for dining. Beautiful patio that was surprisingly quiet seeing that it is next to a busy street. We... had pasta, but the pizza that was coming out of the kitchen looked amazing. We will definitely be back to try that. The tiramisuwas probably the best I have had. Read more

Luke 1 year ago

Nice new independent addition to the north shore. Have only been there once thus far. Hand tossed pizza was excellent. Had... perfect blend of cheeses and seasoning, and nice texture to crust - neither heavy nor flaky. Not overloaded with cheese orsalt. Caesar salad was good - also not excessively salty. Garlic bread is served as a small loaf with divisions on the top. Wasgreat for passing around. Garlic and butter were added sufficiently, but not excessively. My brother in law had the cauliflowercrust gluten free pizza and called it the only good cauliflower crust that he’s had. They aren’t yet offering their fullmenu, just salads, a few appetizers, pizza, desserts, and drinks. Unique decor and styling - a blend of retro looks. Nice bararea. Overall, the atmosphere is casual and designed for socializing. There are no TVs. Prices are a little higher than othercasual sit-down restaurants in the area, but are appropriate considering the unique options and quality of cuisine. Update: Iwent back for the first time since the menu was expanded. The pizza and their unique take on garlic bread is still excellent, aswas the fettuccine entree. I’ve increased my rating from 4 stars to 5, considering this the be the best Italian restaurantI’ve been to in the north shore. Read more

Steve K 1 year ago

We have dined here in the past many times. We had a reservation for a special celebration at their outside dining location. I... made the reservation online, called and left a voicemail to have the reservation confirmed with a callback. An employee calledme back and confirmed my party of seven would have a table outside. Fantastic! 20 minutes before we leave for dinner, Ireceived a phone call that my reservation was canceled. Evidently, they assumed finding a table for a larger group on a Saturdaynight during the 4th of July weekend weekend was an easy thing to do. You see, you know how to *take* the reservation, you justdon't know how to *hold* the reservation. And that's really the most important part of the reservation: the holding. Anybody canjust take them. I called back later to talk to The manager. The phone rang and rang. I attempted to call three times. I left avoicemail. Nobody returned my call. ******** UPDATE - 7/5/22 The owner of the restaurant called me today. Very humble andapologetic about the internal miscommunication. I was thankful that she contacted me and that my concern wasn't swept under therug. She showed a lot of Moxie to keep a long term customer. ;-) Read more

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When is Trouble and Sons Pizzeria open?

Trouble and Sons Pizzeria is open on the following days:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Wednesday: 05:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Thursday: 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Friday: 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Saturday: 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Sunday: Closed

What forms of payment are accepted at Trouble and Sons Pizzeria?

They accept Credit and Debit at Trouble and Sons Pizzeria.

Does Trouble and Sons Pizzeria offer delivery?

Yes, Trouble and Sons Pizzeria offers delivery.

Does Trouble and Sons Pizzeria offer reservations?

Yes, Trouble and Sons Pizzeria accepts reservations.