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  • Pizza
  • 201 Clinton St, New York NY10002 40.7140442 -73.9872035
  • (Btwn E Broadway & Henry St)
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  • (212) 228-6461
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

3.175
Food 3.2 Value 2.8
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 3.3

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 228-6461
Website:
www.cowboypizzanyc.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Sun-Wed: 10am-11pm Thu-Sat: 10am-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:
12.00
Delivery Area:
Bowery to FDR; Houston St to Brooklyn Bridge

User Reviews

  • Cowboy Pizza

    Posted by anonymous on 11/11/2012

    a welcome addition to the neighborhood

    Went for the first time today with my husband and our three year old. Had slices of the garlic spinach white, Buffalo chicken and plain. All were delicious and the service and atmosphere were pleasant. Our new go to pizza place.

  • Cowboy Pizza

    Posted by Ralph on 09/12/2012

    Awesome pizza

    At first, their pizzas were a little below average to justify the higher prices but they've gotten the swing of things and their pizzas are simply fantastic. Their tumbleweed slice (I love ricotta!) and buffalo chicken slices are awesome, and they make a good margherita pie too. The pizzeria itself is pretty quaint too, enough space to enjoy a meal. Good service, always friendly. Free water. Something you don't get with most pizza joints. It's worth stopping in.

  • Cowboy Pizza

    Posted by pizzalover on 07/28/2012

    Not recommended

    came in here the other day. It was so hot inside the guys behind the counter were sweating like crazy (not exactly appetizing) and one did not want to be inside for more than 1 minute. Also, if you order a half/ half pizza, they will have you pay as if you order the full pizza of the more expensive one, instead of splitting the price difference, which doesn't make sense. Pizza is nice, better than most in the neighborhood, but prices are really too high for this location and for what they offer.

  • Cowboy Pizza

    Posted by Whitmore Baggs on 06/10/2012

    I like the crust but

    This spot has turned over each year for the past few years and it was always the same tasteless pizza. The prices are about the same as the other pizza restaurants that were in the same spot. I was hoping it would be a more gourmet style of pizza, but it really isn't much different than the common pizza spots you find all over the city. Maybe they were in a hurry to open and want to figure it out as they go, but if they don't I doubt they will last longer than their one year lease. The sauce needs to be more seasoned and certainly spicier. Their cheese is a little sparse too. Their toppings are very normal. The people that run it are very sweet, but I am a pizza connoisseur and this is just some common pizza so far.

  • Cowboy Pizza

    Posted by yellowtail on 06/09/2012

    Uh-oh...

    Really wanted this place to be good, because the nabe lacks and needs decent pizza. and I was hoping for the best since it's associated with Pushcart coffee, which is ok. But...guys...it's the CRUST! You've got to learn to make an appetizing crust and use it in the right proportions. The two pies we ordered the other day were brought down by overly thick, heavy and chewy crusts. A shame.

  • Cowboy Pizza

    Posted by Lower East on 06/02/2012

    Not quite there...

    Nice people and a fun menu but the food falls short. Pies and slices are overpriced, toppings are minimal at best, crust tasted about as good as a pre-baked from the grocery store. I'm all for supporting local businesses but this place has a lot of work to do on their food and prices before I'll return.

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