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Posted by Anonymous on 09/20/2010
This is a neighborhood spot and they have all of a sudden decided to turn away any customers with strollers. Ridiculous - we will never return. The food was good but the service is terrible.
Posted by martman on 07/23/2010
This place is unbelievable, pizza is good but the place is the most arrogant, non customer friendly restaurant I've ever been to. This says it all, went to the yankee game with my family, take them to Angelo's after and simply ask for butter with the bread, the waiter said " we have it in the kitchen but we're not allowed to serve it with bread " just silly and stupid. These guys need a kick in the pants. what a shame
Posted by sarahhouston on 05/19/2010
On my visit to NYC I asked my cousin to take me to an authentic NY pizza place. I was thoroughly pleased! It was delicious and I will have to come back the next time I'm visiting. The crust was thin, the sauce was tangy, the mozzarella was fresh and we had garlic and sun dried tomatoes on our pie. MMMMMmmmm.
Posted by Normal reviewer on 04/23/2010
Very Good Pizza and decent Pasta. I don't want to go in a reastaurant that's all kiddies. Worse, moms who think they own the place- and sidewalk/store aisles too. Motherhood is nice but it's not the key to the city or to block access to it. Nor the way MOST people rate restaurants.
Posted by mom-in-the-hood on 03/12/2010
I live in the neighborhood and will never go to this restaurant again. As soon as I walked in - toddler in tow - I sensed the staff did not want us there. Since the service is very slow, I gave my child some crackers to tide her over while we waited. Like many 1.5 year olds, she got some on the floor. The hostess walked over to me (before our dinner even arrived) and said "she dropped some on the floor." Bizarre. Now if this were a fine dining restaurant I could understand (and even then, they would undoubtedly be more gracious) but at a family-style restaurant? Add two points to the service rating if you don't like kids (since at this rate, there won't be anymore families dining there) but the service is still very slow and you have to chase down the waitress for drinks.
Posted by Pizza Lover on 12/31/2009
Ir's sad to see a good pizza place go down the tubes. I live in he apt. building above Angelo's on 2nd and 54th/55th, and have been there many times. The stroller issue, mentioned by other reviewers, is true, and the manner in which the staff handles it is inappropriate. They treat you like you're wheeling in a garbage bin. Next is the service - note to Angelo's management, you're not doing us a favor by serving us slightly above average pizza. I can go somewhere else for better pie, no, really I can. We're in NYC - there are plenty of pizza places in the area. As for the pie, it's good but not great. The pasta is also good but you can do bette by hitting any of the Italian spots on the upper east side. All of this coupled with the attitude, I suggest going elsewhere.
Posted by ues mom on 12/05/2009
We have a one year old daughter and Angelo's was a staple restaurant for us in the neighborhood. Two weeks ago they put an obnoxious sign on the door which reads "we love your babies but will no longer accommodate your strollers". This is a family style Italian restaurant and my family will no longer be eating here. The restaurant is large and can easily fit strollers. The food happens to be yummy, but out of principal, we will no longer be eating here unless the policy is changed. If you want families to continue to eat here I suggest you change your policy soon. BTW - they charge for extra sauce and drink refills.