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Posted by Thousand Oaks Ex-Pat on 08/16/2010
Have them "just warm it up"-and you will have a slice worth remembering...otherwise, you might end up remembering the experience as they day you got "thermal-burn"...ouch. One of the best and most consistently over-performing pizzarias I've known in manhattan. I will always have fond memories of this place. Their eggplant Parmesan is on-par with De-fontes--ie: Phenomenal. Their bread rolls (only available in the restaurant) are the best I've ever had.
Posted by Nonna on 04/18/2010
In the back room, behind the pizzeria....Homey, hidden, old-style, calming, much-loved, always welcoming, open on Christmas, Christmas Eve, you name it, fantastic Sangria (the owners are Spanish and have one sister restaurant in Spain). I dream of their Eggplant Parmagiana in the bubbling casserole, wonderful Alla Nonna sauce on your choice of pasta, and their absolutely awesome understanding of garlic and oil - ask for a lot of garlic on your broccoli, your pasta, what have you - you'll get it - delicious! Maybe that's why they're always full of locals.
Posted by anonymous on 02/06/2010
I could eat here every night. The food although heavy on the sodium, is so great for the price. It s a hidden gem that has fresh food. Wish I could figure out how to make the salad dressing . The owner says its a secret . Some day I will sneak into the kitchen and discover its come in a big can!!
Posted by lisa on 12/23/2009
I've never eaten at the restaurant, so can't really rate the service or atmosphere. However, I have ordered in pizza from here several times and it is amazing. The pizza crust is on the thinner side, so I eat 3 slices when I might normally eat 2 elsewhere. Pizza arrived hot. I highly recommend this place.
Posted by Lilly on 11/17/2009
I'm astounded to read that people like this food. The fact that food like this can exist in New York City amazes me. Yes, they give you a good sized portion for the price, but does portion-size matter when it's not even worth eating? I got the lasagna just to test the place out. Each layer of pasta was actually 4 layers of pasta, overcooked till it was mush, in between layers of wet gloppy beef soaked in flavorless sauce. I have to assume that anyone who gave this a good review was actually just the "restaurant" owner themselves. I wish I had my $8.95 back. Thanks Frank.
Posted by anon on 11/05/2009
I order from Frank's all time time. Always fast delivery, always hot at my door. Damn good food for cheap and speedy delivery. Love this place. Try the Penne Vodka or the Chicken or Eggplant parm.
Posted by cal on 05/01/2009
have eaten at Frank's for voer 10 years...and every meal has been great....and the service is reliable and friendly....waiters serve with a smile for years....and the owners are like old friends... take out or eat in or home delilvery all are good ways to enjoy delicious Italian food or basic sea food