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Reviews from nymag.com
Posted by 2 Orders on 06/23/2006
Great Pizza, takes a while to deliver, thin crust can't be beat. Excellent tomato sauce, white pizza is a bit dry...
Posted by Anonymous on 06/13/2006
Pretty darn good and tasty! the sauce was delish and it was so fresh and not that greasy-type of pizza, but the honest and true real italian pizza.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/23/2006
I've lived in every part of this city for the last 10 years and I have always said that this is the best pizza this city has to offer.
Posted by local on 12/22/2005
The four cheese pizza and the spinach with sausage and ground beef bring my wife and I to orgasm. The thin crusts are not always crispy when it gets to you, but the flavors... dangerous.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/02/2005
They were good with special orders, I order the Pepperoni & sausage pizza. They delievered it promptly and hot. The pizza was so good I ate the whole thing alone. The pasta, penne a la vodka, however was not as good but still worthy of a reorder from here, great find.
Posted by secret knowledge on 10/26/2005
It's not the best pizza I've had on the UES (Al forno is better, IMHO), but it's consistent and a good deal. We tend to get the roasted pizza, which is delicious.
Posted by RD on 10/04/2005
Warning! If you like Pizza from one of the chains, or anyplace with the name "Rays" in it, then your sense of taste has probably been too severely damaged to appreciate pizza of this quality and variety. I've never had true California gourmet pizza to compare it to other than the decent California Pizza Kitchen and Wolfgangs other mass market attempts, so this may be standard fare for California, but it is a true treat in New York. Disclaimer: I am not an expert on California style Pizza, and almost never visit the left coast. I'm a Secessionist , and often can barely admit that California even exists!