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Posted by Danny on 04/05/2009
I loved it the first time I tried it. They've raised the prices to $4 and that would fine IF it tasted good. They haven't cleaned their oven in a year! All you can taste is the soot. They have warm pizzas now because they're trying to prevent it from tasting even more like burnt (just burnt and nothing else).
Posted by ChrisIannu on 03/20/2009
Went there last night for the first time ever and despite the line out the door - which was a little daunting - it was worth the wait (the line moved pretty swiftly anyways). The artichoke/spinach slice was DELICIOUS! A definite new fave, I can't wait to go back! Plus, while it may be a little pricey for a single slice, the one I got was HUGE. Definitely goooo
Posted by Ande on 03/15/2009
The signature slice: a doughy slab slathered in spinach-artichoke dip was too thick and tasted weird. The margarita slice was nothing special. However, the line moved swiftly and the harried staff was friendly.
Posted by Steve on 03/01/2009
I just paid 7.50 for two slices of pizza that were so cold you could put them on a sleeping baby's face and they would not wake up crying. On the flipside, I've had slices here that have taken three layers of skin off the roof of my mouth. I told the guy to put the slices in for a couple of minutes but he said they would burn. It felt semi warm through the box so I figured I'd trust him but when I got down the street and sampled it, blah! Totally lukewarm. The only time I've had them get it right was when I ordered a whole pie. For slices, just go to the Associated and get a box of Stouffers French Bread pizza and microwave it, it's the same as eating a cold slice from these clowns. Get it together guys. Take a science class or something, or maybe stick your hand inside a hot oven and then inside a freezer and then back again while someone takes notes and makes observations about temperature and the human body.
Posted by Veronica SD on 02/27/2009
Artichoke pizza is worth the hype. The artichoke/spinach slices are made w/ a cream sauce & are indescribably yummy. The margherita slices are excellent too though not, in my opinion, as special as the artichoke ones. Portions are large. Bummer about the lack of indoor space but if you’re craving an amazing slice, you gotta check this out at least once!
Posted by Dan on 02/23/2009
I gave artichoke a few shots, and I've had a few good experiences and a few bad ones. The first time I came here they must have rang me up wrong, because the pizza doubled in price the next time I went a week later. After my first experience there, the pizza wasn't as fresh, and often times they don't even bother to fully reheat the pizza. Pass on this, there are much better places nearby and it's really not worth the wait.
Posted by ItalianStalian on 02/09/2009
This place has a great business model -- keep a long line, and people will assume its good (or say that it is so they don't look stupid!). The pizza here is without a doubt excellent, the slices are large and hearty enough to be considered a full meal, and they now serve beer, which is a major plus. However, there is no reason to wait in line at this joint for an hour. Its just a slice of pizza, and in new york city, pizza capital of the world, you can find a slice just as good, and even better, at other restaurants. might not be as cheap, but they're out there. I rarely pass an opportunity to grab a slice when there isn't a line, but if i have to wait, its just not worth it.