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Posted by Matthew on 01/03/2013
Ate at this dump today after a nice jaunt through the Cloisters. Wish I hadn't. Me and my girl felt miserable the whole way home on the A. Don't know what the hell they're doing in that kitchen, but the sauce, besides being sugary and bland, congealed into something that resembled flesh, and my white slice came out resembling a charred corpse. Also, the service. I felt like I was communicating with shell–shocked army camp cooks. It would explain their execution.
Posted by inwood on 11/18/2010
The pizza dough was thin without any texture...the sauce was salty and tasted ourt of a can...the cheese was almost non-existent...and the whole thing was overcooked or maybe they gave me a stale one. All for $2.50? Outrageous. Stay away.
Posted by 30 something on 08/28/2009
I ordered 2 slices from here, and only ate them because i was starving. i should have gone to the supermarket and bought frozen pizza. this is not traditional ny style pizza. i'll never go in there again, not with all the great pizzerias in the heights, not too mention all the restaurants.
Posted by CK on 07/20/2009
I'm from LI and consider myself a pizza snob, so it takes a lot to impress me. The pizza here is fine; edible, yet generic. However, their stromboli's and caesar salad are to DIE for! I cry if I get home too late from work and can't order it. If you're looking for a departure from just the regular slice, I recommend either one of those two options.
Posted by LS on 02/13/2009
Definitely the best pizza option in the area. Pepperoni pizza is quite good. The delivery is mind numbingly slow and they close at 9 pm which seems crazy for a delivery place.
Posted by Harry on 04/08/2008
I've been eating at Fivo's for 25 years. I moved away 20 years ago, but go there exclusively when I'm in New York. Rain or shine I make my way to Washington Heights to have a slice or two. I even bring some back to Florida because our pizza can't compare. I did prefer when it was a "little shop", much cozier, but the pizza is what brings me in.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/10/2007
I grew up eating at this pizza place ( all the time ) in the 60's. It was a 5 rating back then for sure, and a local neighborhood hangout. A nice Greek family owned it. Some of the best pizza in the city back then. Oh well,,, time change....