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Posted by Anonymous on 08/11/2012
The kitchen is clearly having problems. A simple item we ordered arrived nearly an hour later as a result of a mishap where the chef burned the dish. When it did arrive, it did not match the description on the menu. They adjusted our check, but the service needs an upgrade at these prices.
Posted by Will on 02/09/2012
Co. rocks. The appetizers, the salads, the pies, the drinks, the desserts are all amazing. I agree that its prices are a little high, but I'm willing to shell out a bit more if I know the food's going to be good. And it sure is here. Also agree with the earlier post about the banoffee dessert. Holy cow it makes me want to weep in joy.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/31/2012
I have been eating at Co ever since our office moved into the neighborhood and it is so incredible. The spinach pizza, which I would never order in a pizza place, is insanely good. The artichoke salad is one of my all time favorites. I have no complaints about the food there and everyone I've taken to Co thanks me for introducing them to it afterwards. Do yourself a favor and ignore negative reviews because they're doing a disservice to you.
Posted by Discerning10010 on 01/08/2012
-Unfriendly Hostess -Incredibly overpriced salads - tiny portions -Tiny pizzas -Food needs work Not worth the price. Atmosphere compensates slightly
Posted by Gerry on 04/19/2011
This place is a gem. The salads are fresh and fantastic. The pizzas have phenomenal crusts and just the right amount of saltiness--the margherita really is perfect for its simplicity. What nobody has mentioned are the desserts. They're freaking unbelievable. The banoffee pie it out of this world. Worth going to this joint just for the desserts.
Posted by Mr. Opinionated on 03/29/2011
NYC is in the throws of a Pizza War. The battle has been raging for years and, like our own country's engagements, there doesn't seem to be an end in sight. There are the good, the bad, and the greasy and CO is certainly in the good category, really good. Sure the crust is blistered and burnt, the oven is 900 degrees, but it's what's underneath the char that proves this pie's pedigree. The "bread/crust" of this pie is phenomenal. A perfect balance of saltiness and nuttiness with an extraordinary mouth feel. The Margarita has a stain of fresh tomato sauce with fresh mozzarella and basil. It is what it is and it's up there with the best. Simple and delicious, Co is one of the tops for the dough alone.
Posted by emz on 12/16/2010
I guess if the food isnt "supersized" or dripping with disgusting fake cheese and sauce some people would deem the food as "not a value" as some have written in their review. If you want great Neapolitan style pizza then this is by far the best place in the City. If you just want to satisfy your huger with a pizza the size and weight of my car tire then go to you local Pizza Hut. I guess this is why we have so many fat Americans!