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Italian Village

Pizzeria & Restaurant
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  • Pizza, Italian
  • 1526 1st Ave, New York NY10075 40.772737 -73.9520299
  • (Btwn 79th & 80th St)
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  • (212) 861-2286
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User Ratings (Based on 99 reviews)

4.025
Food 4.2 Value 4.3
Service 4.0 Atmosphere 3.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 861-2286
voice
(212) 861-2432
Website:
www.facebook.com/pages/Italian-Village-Pizzeria-Restaurant-NYC/166590983382166
Place Order:
Order From Italian Village for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 11am-2am Fri-Sat: 11am-3am Sun: 12pm-1am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:
8.00
Delivery Area:
65th to 96th St; E River to 5th Ave

User Reviews

  • Italian Village

    Posted by Lindsay on 05/18/2010

    Take out review: Great Pizza not so good Baked Dishes

    First time we ordered we got pizza, a little disappointed that there was no pineapple. It was great, the pie was gone in seconds. Next time we ordered stuffed clams, manicotti, and stuffed shells. The marinara sauce they used was extremely salted. We think they used the same sauce for pizza and baked dishes. Good on pizza not good with the manicotti. Stuffed clams were way to oily. But I wasn't expecting much. I haven't found a good stuffed clam in this city yet. Overall I keep ordering pizza. :)

  • Italian Village

    Posted by Cindy on 04/15/2010

    Best Food in town...very reasonable $$

    Best Pizza and Food on Upper East Side!!!! I was pleasantly surprised when I took a chance and ordered something other than their great pizza. I had (daily special) veal chop and I LOVED it. Must try this place its been opened for years and the food it always great.

  • Italian Village

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/11/2010

    Best pizza

    From the area and believe this place to have the best pizza ever. Open late I think till 3am, it makes for the perfect late munchie spot.

  • Italian Village

    Posted by Charlie on 01/01/2010

    I've had better

    I tried this place after reading the rave reviews. Not sure what the fuss is about. My advice-try another place.

  • Italian Village

    Posted by SRNY25 on 12/24/2009

    Classic NY Pizza

    I've lived in the neighborhood my entire life and this place reminds me so much of my youth, of quick slices after school before running home to do homework. The crust is tender, but never soggy (particularly towards the center of the pie where it's most prone to floppy moisture) and the sauce is slightly sweet, but not cloyingly so. I always stick to the plain (light on the cheese, 'cause I like more sauce than cheese) but my sister loves the breaded eggplant chunks and the chicken cutlet chunks as toppings. Try it when craving a classic pie with a neither too thick nor too thin crust!

  • Italian Village

    Posted by dottore on 10/18/2009

    definitely the most exquisit pasta in town

    it was my first time in this amazzzzzing plaze.... i ordered a neat plate called eggplant parmigiana - a tasty little dish consisting of 2 raw cut slices of semi-fresh eggplant marvellously covered with small pieces of mozarella (the real parmiggiano) and finished with a hint of plain solid tasty tomato sauce. With it came the most delicious pasta I EVER had - after living several years in italy. It was the famous home made ZITI - also known as PENNE - disturbingly perfect boiled "al dente" - 20 minutes fierce heat followd by approximatly at least 25 minutes of afterboiling - just perfect for people who just lost their teeth. Also this dish was served with the mexican-italian cook's special is-there-a-taste-at-all-tomato-sauce - a dream. But the table water was excellent.

  • Italian Village

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/11/2009

    cheese, cheese, and more cheese

    pizza is great. just be prepared for a food coma after one slice. crust is very thin but nice and thick along the border. you can't just pick up the slice and bite. i had to use a fork to eat the first 1/3 of it before i was able to pick it up. It's probably a combination of the cheese and the huge sized slices. definitely one of the cheesiest pizza's i've had. garlic knots....not so garlicky. should just be called bread knots.

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