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Posted by local on 05/15/2011
I've grown up on the UES and still curently live here. I'm sixteen and my family and I have been going to Italian Village on a weekly basis ever since I was old enough to be in their high chair. I have never gone wrong there. They have the best chicken parm I've ever had and pretty much everything on there menu is good and there prices are resonable considering the portion size. Its a great local spot and if you get the chance to go, eat in the back room. Overall Italian Village is my second home and is going to be my first stop when I get home from college.
Posted by L on 05/14/2011
the pizza is good, but i would say their cooking is better! do not let the atmosphere fool you. the food is good for the price!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2011
We fell in love with the pizza here when we moved into the area about a year ago. So, we have gone back and ordered multiple times. BUT, the service is suspect. When calling in an order, they are too fast on the call--just want to hang up--and don't want to tell you the price or answer ANY simple questions (how long? how much is a side of sauce?). Speaking of sauce, they charge an arm and a leg for a small extra side of marinara. I ordered about $35 worth of pizza, and then asked for a small side--he stepped right back up to the register to charge me $2 for it! Boo!
Posted by Brett on 01/15/2011
Not only does this place produce a nice pie, they let us bring our own beer and wine and supplied us with glasses. We took my parents here, and my dad still says that it's the best pizza that he has ever had. I've had some good pizzas, but my parents seemed to really love the place. And you can't beat BYOB - that, in itself, will save you $50 on your bill.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/13/2011
This is a great place to find a large slice of cheese pizza for only $2.50. It's the best value I've found in the area, and has a good sauce/cheese taste. The service is fast but brusque (don't expect a lot of chit chat), and the atmosphere is satisfactory but nothing special.
Posted by Shamrock on 01/04/2011
This is an incredible place to get baked dishes and dinners. Awesome hero's and side dishes. The pizza is very sloppy, way to much sauce, and chewy. If you want pizza, go to Gino's or Delizia. If you want anything else Italian, come to Italian Village.
Posted by Anthony R on 12/30/2010
I "discovered" this place about 35 years ago when I used to go bowling at the old East End Lanes - don't look for it now - it doesn't exist. Anyway, IV was no more than a tiny pizzeria then - now it has grown into a full-fledged restaurant. However, the pizza there is still the best thing going. All the food is top-notched - & the people are terrific. A must-see in NYC - the best in town!!