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Reviews from nymag.com
Posted by FoodConnoisseur on 02/27/2007
Delicious pizza and appetizer. I was a bit surprised that both the appetizer and pizza were served at the same time. Unfortunately the waitress was not very attentive.
Posted by Used-to-be-Regulars on 09/15/2006
The salads are still the best in the city, and the pizza's first-rate - so thin they can fax it to you. The room is pleasant. But in the last few months they've hiked prices, shrunk portions and no longer seem to care about making customers come back. Every extra is charged. Worst of all, there's been loud pounding music (maybe the workers need it) every time we come in. Last visit and the last time we once again asked them gently if they could please turn it down, off, or find something less nerve-jangling for dining and conversation, the waiter insulted our guest - and it was her birthday. Sad, because she loved their meatballs. We seen a lot of restaurants close because they don;t understand that on the Upper East Side, customers don't need a hard time. Too bad!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/18/2006
Pizza is good as are the salads; pasta was better when it first opened, now all the sauces taste the same - just a tasteless flour roux. Very expensive in that they get you every which way - EVERYTHING is extra $$ - including extra sauce on pasta (?) and even extra olives! There are better places in the city to get a plate of pasta.
Posted by Jane on 08/15/2006
This is the second time I ordered a white pizza with broccoli and ricotta - and again, it came with tomato sauce! Granted, the sauce is decent but it's not what I wanted. And the $7 cannoli was quite poor! Not even a real cannoli shell, some waffle thing rolled up with something pasty inside.
Posted by muzzy63 on 10/28/2005
Yes comparisons can be made to Patsy's et al, but at the end of the day, Angelo's is the best pizza in the East 50s. We love their pizza. Their pasta is pretty good as well. However, if you're expecting world class service with your world class pizza, think again. Service can be slow and many times our drink orders were forgotten. All is forgiven after taking the first bite.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/16/2005
For the best pizza you have to go to coney island... though, this place does offer a great tasting pizza. in a neiborhood with little options when it come to pizza this place is by far the best in the area.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/30/2005
Angelo's has some of the best pizza I have had while living in the city. The fresh mozarella, and the, cripsy crust is soo good. Pair it with the Mista salad, and you have a great meal!