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Brick Oven Pizza 23
Posted by CuisineCrazy on 09/16/2014
Sometimes you do need a late night slice before heading home. Unfortunately, this place has no competition immediately nearby. The pizza used to be better. A less than friendly staff. If you ask for your pizza to be reheated because they served it cold, if you're not paying attention, it'll be burned.
Posted by luigithepizzaexpert on 05/23/2013
How is it so hard to get not only a decent stromboli, but a stromboli at all in NYC. I ordered one from this place earlier this week and they sent the delivery guy over with a spinach roll and the message that they are out of stromboli's but here's a spinach roll? Really?! Then ordered one today - they amazingly had one - it has french fries on it! French fries! On a stromboli! How does that get in to anyone's head that "oh i should fancy up my stromboli with french fries." Ridiculous. Don't order anything from this place
Posted by JB on 03/10/2012
The Pizza is ok, nothing special. We ordered 4 different slices and watched while they literally served a dozen other people slices before they bothered to even heat ours up. They cannot expect repeat service when their pizza is a bit overpriced and they cannot get basic customer service 101 right.
Posted by Rome on 07/18/2010
Ok so there are other Pizza 33's in the city which are great well this location is not part of this... The service is given with an attitude... The food is sub-par and its way too expensive for what it is. I highly recommend you order from somewhere else in the neighborhood! If you are looking for the classic NY slice go with Gotham Pizza... or if you are looking for the Brick Oven style go with Ovest. If you want a crappy attitude and an undercooked pizza delivered in twice the time they say then call up these guys!
Posted by HSNIC on 02/20/2010
There are literally tons and tons of pizza establishments in New York City. If one does not suit you, just walk a half block to another pizza joint. What attracted me was the name. "Brick Oven" had me thinking the food was cooked in a brick oven. Woops. Looks like the "mayor" replaced the oven and forgot to change the name to "Stainless Oven 33." More over he counted the street number 10 streets too high. Nothing special about it. $2.75 for a plain slice. Only gripe is the false advertisement. Plenty of other places.
Posted by lc on 01/24/2010
This place has really good thin crust pizza with really fresh ingredients. The pizzas are not cheap, but you really get what you pay for. They use fresh crushed tomatoes and real mozzarella as well as high quality toppings. I have ordered from them a number of times and always been very happy. The restaurant is nothing special, but good to sit and grab a slice.
Posted by Dan on 11/17/2009
2 large pizzas, one with 3 toppings - $55 after tip. Unreal, felt incredibly ripped off... that's all I can say about this place.