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Posted by Party Girl on 06/29/2006
This is the BEST pizza in the tri-state area! It is delicious - the fresh mozzarella & coal oven combination makes it superb! Yunmmy! The salads are awesome too!
Posted by Foodie on 04/23/2006
I finally gave in to my boyfriend's suggestion of going to Arturo's. The pizza was crispy on the bottom, moist in the middle, and perfect on the top. The live music added to my enjoyment of the experience. The best part was getting advice from our server on the art of re-warming pizza.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/20/2006
I've been going to Arturo's for years and every time I go is as great as the previous ones. I am forever addicted to their bacon pizza (smoky bacon on top of a crisp but chewy crust with judiciously portioned tomato sauce and mozzeralla - this is why not to keep kosher). Previous reviewers hit it spot on - the atmosphere is what closes the deal: live jazz everynight, and a good crowd. By the way, take out/delivery is just as good.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/19/2006
I really love the "fiesta" pizza here. I get it delivered frequently (great for Monday Night Football), and it is always really good. I don't know if Arturo's is the "best" pizza in New York. I think that debate will continue. But Arturo's is not exclusively a pizzeria. They have other good stuff also. But the pizza is by far the best thing on the menu, and the Fiesta is the best among the pizza. And the atmosphere couldn't be better. I highly recommend this place and hope it never changes.
Posted by soho on 02/01/2006
Are you nuts? Someone remind this guy he's in NYC. Arturo's is amazing. Live jazz every night, the best pizza in NYC (maybe John's is better for takeout, but the atmosphere at Arturo's makes everything taste better). I cant find anything bad to say about this place.
Posted by hope on 12/19/2005
It is nice food but the price is a little high - $16 for a large pizza.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/12/2005
Hot pizza + cold brooklyn lager. Need i say more? The pizza was very good- for those of you who are particular about pizza, it's the type with sauce on top of the cheese. The crust is not too thin not too thick, with nice blackend spots from the charcoal oven. Also, it has a nice neighborhood restaurant kind of feel- not a tourist trap at all.