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Posted by anonymous on 03/16/2005
John's is one of my favorite restaurants in the theater district. The food is good and I like the atmosphere. It tends to have fewer tourists and more locals (probably because it looks small from the street entrance). The pizza rolls are my favorite. The service can be really bad, so don't run in 30 minutes before a show!
Posted by Jericho on 02/13/2005
The thin crust pizza was supurb, the salads are excellent, and the service is top notch. Every aspect of my experience at John's was perfect all the way down to the bill. This restaurant was very reasonably priced and is worth every penny.
Posted by Dmesh on 02/11/2005
I always love a brick oven pizza and John's delivered. The pizza was very good, but like other reviews, the service was mediocre. Additionally, it is expected, but always dissappointing to pay $25.00 for a 14 inch pizza.
Posted by NY Native on 02/10/2005
I've been to John's several times, but from now on when I go there, the only thing I'll touch will be the eggplant parmagiana. It's a delight to end all delights. I love the look of the place, and their other food is good enough. The service is "eh", but that's the same story all over for middle-of-the-road restaurants. Hit or miss, depending on whether your server's having a good day. But for this eggplant parm, I'd gladly be waited on by Charles Manson.
Posted by Pizza Master on 01/24/2005
My wife and I travel to NYC ever month for business, when we get to New York, the first thing we do is visit John's Pizzeria. The crust is so thin the pie stands at attention like it just took two Viagra. The waiters have a great New York Attitude that is part of the local feel in this Times Square Juggernaut. It's great to have a non-plastic, not-corporate, exciting place to eat. The Bartender, Butch was smart and engaging. I would recommend this restuarant as a must for anyone visiting New York. The manager Tony even stopped by the table to ask how we were doing.
Posted by JK on 01/02/2005
Talk about some cold service. Took us 20 minutes to finally get menus and our waitress couldn't of looked any more miserable than she did while serving us. I'm freezing just talking about it.
Posted by a native Texan on 12/10/2004
We had a great lunch here before going to a matinee show on Broadway. This location is much larger than the one in the Village, but you should still get here early to avoid a wait. We had a hugh house salad that two of us could not finish along with the standard small margherita pizza (mozzarella cheese & tomato sauce) with added hamburger and tomato slices. This is not my favorite pizza, but it is very good. The mild flavor definitely requires the liberal use of the hot pepper flakes. Prices are a bit high, but only because this is New York City. Still everyone should eat here at least once.