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Posted by S on 11/16/2013
Tough finding tasty pizza delivered in this neighborhood; sauce- perfect; right amount of sweet to balance the tomato acidity; but not too sweet; cheese- perfect amount, and superior taste- crust, thin, not burnt; could be a bit thinner, but most would think this is right- meatball hero- awesome - perfect consistency of bread crumbs, meat and taste- and service personable....a can't miss!
Posted by DON on 05/02/2009
Not much to look at.I lived in the neighborhood 20 yrs ago, I now live in NJ. When ever I visit the my friend around the corner from Franks,my mouth salivates, thinking about the sauce that is amazing.Thats why I am always late visiting my friend. I must stop there to get my Pizza fix. You will love it.
Posted by Around D. Block on 06/08/2008
I am so glad to live right around the corner from this fantastic pizzeria. Coming from Brooklyn, I was skeptical about finding decent pizza in Manhattan. But I definitely lucked out!
Posted by MeetDeFeet on 05/23/2008
This place has the best pizza slice in NYC and their prices are incredible. It's hard to get a slice during the rush hour but its worth it.
Posted by Justice on 02/18/2008
We work in the Court nearby and for our informal "luncheon- conferences", Frank's is the way to go . The Pizza is great, and comes as hot as right from the oven. The price can't be beat.
Posted by Victor on 01/30/2008
I second what my fellow reviewer D. Expert wrote. Frank's makes a good slice, the kind that I used to eat when I was a kid. Thin crust, right amount of cheese, tasty sauce. It's old school, all the way, and, when you want good pizza, you don't need newfangled bells and whistles. Let's hope this joint stays around.
Posted by D. Expert on 10/12/2007
This is one of the few remaining throwback pizzerias that seem to be disappearing with every new 'luxury rental' construction. Slices are only $1.75, served in a no-frills hole in the wall space, but they are the quintessential 'New York Slice'. Tourists, take note. The workers are polite, too. No attitude here (although that arguably may add to the appeal).