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John's Pizzeria

Times Square
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  • Pizza, Italian
  • 260 W 44th St, New York NY10036 40.758094 -73.988569
  • (Btwn 7th & 8th Ave)
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  • (212) 391-7560
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User Ratings (Based on 107 reviews)

3.845
Food 4.0 Value 3.8
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 4.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 391-7560
Fax:
fax
(212) 391-5652
Website:
www.johnspizzerianyc.com
Notes:
Take Out Private Parties Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Daily: 11:30am-11:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Pre/Post Theater, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • John's Pizzeria

    Posted by New York Native on 11/15/2012

    Absolutely adore this place

    I don't know what people are saying about this place being "disappointing." I have gone here many of times and I (along with everybody else I know) can't get enough of John's Pizzeria! I've obviously eaten a lot of New York food and John's still NEVER ceases to amaze me. The food is very delicious and I always leave feeling very satisfied. The atmosphere is beautiful and the rich tones and brick ovens make it feel wonderfully warm and cozy. The celling on the inside is breathtaking (I would tell the hostess that you are willing to wait for an inside table because sitting near the bar can take away from the experience a bit.) There is so much good food on the menu, so it's become tradition for my friends and I to put all of our orders in the middle of the table, get separate plates, and eat the food family style. For the overall quality and the location of John's, the price is always pleasingly low. I know celebrities have rented out the upstairs for their Broadway debuts, it just further proves how topnotch this place is. If you are planning on seeing a play or are ever in the Time Square area I would absolutely suggest stopping by this place!

  • John's Pizzeria

    Posted by Taranee Fox on 06/27/2012

    Fantastic

    When we came in the place, i was mesmerized with the ambiance. Antique-kind yet very elegant. Its location is something historic. This is the ideal place for a date. Very romantic, my boyfriend enjoyed much too. And when we ate our food, we both whispered "WOW". Pallatable food in a nice location, very great!... This became my unforgettable date of June.

  • John's Pizzeria

    Posted by C Cooper on 01/17/2012

    Serious deterioration

    Having thoroughly enjoyed a trip to John's on each of our trips to NYC, we headed there on Sunday 15th January 2012. We were shown immediately to our table for two on the raised area to the left. The waiter looked scruffy, dressed in a black John's hoodie. He wasn't particularly welcoming, but he took our initial order of two pints of Bud Light. They arrived flat. I asked if we could change them, which he did...for flat Stella. He took our food order of bruschetta starter...and a large pizza & side salad. Within 5 minutes he had brought our side salad before the bruschetta starter...he'd taken this from a servery area, and added the dressing himself above the dirty pots on the floor. The bruschetta was ok...as was the salad. Our pizza was very nice. However, the side salad was whipped away in stealth like fashion before it was finished. Then as my wife took the first bite from the final piece of pizza, our scruffy friend took her plate from under her chin! during this farcical episode, staff meals were brought out and two tables were filled with food. Over a 30 minute period, staff sat immediately behind our table to eat. I felt like I'd been seated in the staff room, or invited to the staff party. More attention was given to their pasta, than to any of the customers. I won't visit John's again

  • John's Pizzeria

    Posted by susie on 06/13/2011

    one of those must trys

    to be honest, the food was alright, dont expect too much! however, the atmosphere, totally blew my mind. this restaurant is located inside an old abandoned church, so it has three levels, it has a very romantic and antique sort of feeling, with chandeliers and fire places, old and rusty, with wooden railings, and beautiful paintings. i ordered a whole wheat pizza, i loved it! but my date hated it. i think johns pizza is better than lombardis. only because you are able to order whole wheat :) my date ordered a seafood pasta dish, he said he didnt like it much. the pasta was very light. in that the spice and flavor was not enough. but to me, i enjoyed this place :D

  • John's Pizzeria

    Posted by Cassandra on 06/11/2011

    Not recommended

    Just ate at Johns and it was literally the most disappointing experience at a restaurant I've had in my entire life. The actual restaurant atmosphere was fine (to give them some credit), but the food was absolutely unappetizing. The first indication was the fact that our 2 pasta dishes came out within 5 minutes of ordering. Both our pasta was undercooked and completely bland. I ordered lasagna, which apparently had meat on it, but only in one corner of the plate. It took us longer to get our waiter's attention to give us the bill (which was not easy) than we actually sat trying to eat. We left and ate somewhere else right after and never looked back on the $40 we wasted :(

  • John's Pizzeria

    Posted by grade 8 teacher from NJ on 05/12/2011

    Graduation trip

    Each year my colleagues and I take our grade 8 students to NYC for a Broadway matinee. We walk around Times Square and lunch at John's before going to the theater. Nice thin pizza, great salad and friendly service. A real bargain! Our students consider this to be the highlight of their 8th grade and John's never disappoints them. I take my grandchildren there for lunch whenever we are in NYC. Great stop!

  • John's Pizzeria

    Posted by Annoying Guy on 02/28/2011

    Comparison to Papa John's unfair... to Papa John's

    Recommend this place to that guy in the next cubical you can't stand or an unsuspecting tourist. I ate here years ago and found it acceptable, but eating there recently I can say that I've had frozen pies that are better. It really tasted like a frozen pie. Upon second thought, tourism is one of the few growth industries left in New York, so maybe don't steer them wrong.

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