Oley's Pepperoni Cannoli , WI
Green Bay Restaurants and Bars
586 Redbird Circle
Oley's Pepperoni Cannoli Description
Pizza in De Pere WI
Oley's Pepperoni Cannoli> Reviews
4 out of 5
based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
The pizza was very good. It reminded me the wood fired NY style pizza in that it was chewy yet had that wood oven crisp. Very good flavor and may be one of my favorites in the area. The garlic bread was sub-par. It was kind of dry and tough to chew. I probably would pass on this next time. But the pizza was very good and looks like they have some other nice options on the menu.
Service was friendly. The wait given was 30 minutes and ended up being closer to 45. To their defense I think they are still working some bugs out as they've only been open a month.
Definitely will be trying their pizza again. I really liked it and its a nice option for the east side of De Pere. They also deliver and believe have some seating inside.
Map of Oley's Pepperoni Cannoli
Oley's Pepperoni Cannoli Events
Oley's Pepperoni Cannoli Basics
- Mon – Thurs: 10:30 am – 8:00 pm
Fri– Sat: 10:30 am – 9:00 pm
Closed - Sunday
- De Pere East
- Cross Streets
- Chicago and Redbird
- Price Range
- Mid-Range $$($8-$14)
- Payment Methods
- Visa, Mastercard, Discover and Cash
Oley's Pepperoni Cannoli Features
- Meals Served
- Worth Noting
- Offers catering
- All ages
- Outdoor Seating
- Boars Head meats and cheese
Restaurant Review of the Oley’s Pepperoni Cannoli in De Pere, WI
By Patricia Summerfield
November 1, 2012
In East De Pere there is new restaurant, Oley’s Pepperoni Cannoli. Oley’s offer hand tossed pizzas, hoagies, and Italian desserts like homemade cannoli. It is located in a strip mall and has very limited seating capacity. As you walk in, there are four small tables in the front and a couple more small tables down a narrow hallway. Oley’s is extremely clean. I was greeted right away in a very friendly manner by the staff. In the front, there is a cooler which contains different organic meats for sale. Also, in front, connected to the counter, where you order and pay your bill, is another cooler showcasing their homemade pastas, salads, and Boars Head deli meats (which I am a big fan of) that you can also purchase.
I ordered their large 14” Vinnie Pizza for $22.00 and for dessert a cannoli with a regular shell and pistachio nuts for $3.25. The Vinnie Pizza is made with red sauce, Italian Sausage, fresh mushrooms, onions, green peppers, black olives, and pepperoni. I only waited 15 minutes for my pizza. The Vinnie Pizza had a delicious flavor; Oley’s uses top quality ingredients. The crust was on the thicker side for an Italian hand tossed pizza, there was a moderate amount of ingredients placed on top, and there was a good amount of cheese, but it was mostly placed in the center and more thin on the outer edges. My cannoli was large but the shell was fried to a dark brown with some bubbles that were cracked open. The filling had a nice sweet creamy flavor and I especially liked the chopped fresh pistachio nuts on the ends. Oley’s also carries bottles of Hinterland beers and Captains Walk wines.