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Ciao Bella Pizzeria (CLOSED)

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  • Pizza, Italian
  • 125 Allen St, New York NY10002 40.71993 -73.990438
  • (Btwn Rivington & Delancey St)
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  • (212) 388-1777
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User Ratings (Based on 50 reviews)

4.195
Food 4.4 Value 4.4
Service 4.3 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 388-1777
Fax:
fax
(212) 388-1778
Website:
www.ciaobellapizzerianyc.com
Notes:
Visa, MC
Hours:
Mon-Tue, Thu-Sun: 11am-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Outdoor Dining, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
8.00
Delivery Area:
5th Ave/Thompson St/W Broadway to FDR Dr, from Warren St to 14th St

User Reviews

  • Ciao Bella Pizzeria

    Posted by Ben M. scheller on 08/12/2012

    It is as good as boardwalk pizza.

    Stumbled in from SW PA on a bus tour. Just a pizza as good as you can find in NYC if they just would throw the salt shaker away! Just like the boardwalk, get the salt out and let the customer add it. It was even in the crust....but I will come back to check on you guys! A very nice place to visit. Friendly people all the way!

  • Ciao Bella Pizzeria

    Posted by Jona on 06/24/2011

    Best Pizza-Hands Down

    Best pizza around- they have awesome pies like the "Carcofe" which is my fave- with artichokes- we also tried the "Alla Matriciana"- killer Smokey bacon with onion. Total success Ciao Bella- is no disappointment.

  • Ciao Bella Pizzeria

    Posted by anonymous on 06/22/2011

    Mama mia

    One of the best slices in SoHo I am convinced! Thankfully CB is in my neighborhood so I come here near every week and their pizza is fantastic! Everything in equal proportion and cheaper than most other spots that aren't half as good, plus the guys who run this place are good humored and laid back. Only wish they were open later on the weekend but before 8pm on any day other than Monday it's the best.

  • Ciao Bella Pizzeria

    Posted by anonymous on 06/19/2011

    wow i can say i am addicted.

    i live in mulberry str, for the people who don’t know, that’s where the Little Italy restaurants are... I found a menu in my building about from Ciao Bella and thought I’ll give them a try. i ordered the Lasagna (pasta) and the chicken parm hero, after it was delivered I started eating, the food was so good that me and my girlfriend had to call them back and thank them for recommending the best food in LES. I can say me and my GF are addicted to this place now… O and the Delivery guy cracked some jokes at the door, I was laughing even after he left.. the guys are the best….

  • Ciao Bella Pizzeria

    Posted by CIndy on 06/17/2011

    Slam dunk

    we decided to cater a party in our office - and ordered from here. we ordered a spinach ravioli platter two lasagna's platters and ten pies. everything arrived on time and well cooked - but the most amazing thing was the sauce. Very fresh and delicous!! Truly glad we found this place - and we will for sure be ordering more. Take this from an office that is very critical of what they eat!

  • Ciao Bella Pizzeria

    Posted by Rosemary on 05/28/2011

    Ciao Bella (by by Bella)

    O.K. ordered from Ciao Bella tonight because a friend recommended it. After dining getting my delivery I am considering never speaking to her or at least taking advice from her again. What was she thinking? The pizza was bad, bad, bad. The lasagna was mush. The delivery was over 1 hour late, they forget simple things like the chicken par dinner To top it off the people they had working behind the the phone were so rude They can't get away with poor food and service. Sad but true. All together a most unpleasant experience. I should have been clued in by the fact that the place was just another dump pizza shop sadly. The people in the "city" deserve better than this. There is nothing Bella about Ciao Bella! :(

  • Ciao Bella Pizzeria

    Posted by PizzaFan1 on 04/18/2011

    True "Brooklyn Slice" in LES

    Everyone has their own preference of slice, but when you think NYC, you think 'thin slice and thin crust'. That's what they serve here. Most people that like a slice of pizza the way I do talks about having to go down to Brooklyn to fine that perfect slice. I know because I grew up down in Coney Island. Down there is how slices are supposed to be. But I say with confidence that if you are just looking for a quality NY slice, Ciao Bella is the best in the area. I haven't tried the pasta or anything else but everything looks delicious inside. I've also only picked up individual slices but my guess is the pies will be just as good. Enjoy a taste of brooklyn if that is how you like your pizza.

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