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Posted by Anonymous on 01/18/2009
The best pizza on UES for sure! I never have had to wait too long, it always seems to be open when I need it most (late night) and delivery is fast as well. The best piece I ever had was a slice of the white pizza that had just been taken out of the oven - heaven!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/15/2009
I love this pizza! The Margherita is really good, it is the best if you get the whole pizza. I was surprised that other people thought the staff was rude. I always think the staff are friendly and seem like they have been making pizza forever. I have never waited a long time either. The atmosphere is like a standard walk-in pizzeria but they have tables. It would be good if you needed to sit and eat lunch but I wouldn't eat there if I lived nearby. My favorite pizza place on the UES.
Posted by D on 01/04/2009
Great pizza every time. Yeah, it's not a hip pizza spot, but for this style of pizza, it's awesome. Quick delivery and always hot. My favorite is the margherita. The guys are cool too. My favorite local pizzeria on the UES.
Posted by Mikeyeastside on 11/21/2008
I used to live across the street, and they had great chicken parm heros. Since I moved to 66th st, I've tried to order twice, but he refused. Finally, I tried to sound nice, order a lot, and keep the order fast and simple. Today it worked! mmm Laa Miaaaaaa
Posted by Anonymous on 11/01/2008
Does it sometimes take an hour for our food to arrive? You bet it does. When dining in there, does one sense that the staff doesn't really care about the atmosphere? Indeed. Is there better pizza available anywhere on the UES? Nope. And the stuffed shells? I've actually dreamt about them.
Posted by lisa on 05/14/2008
I have lived in the area for 7 years, and also grew up in NY. I can honestly say I have never had better pizza then here. I live right across the street, and frequent them often b/c it is just too tempting! The margarita slice is to die for, as well as the grandma pizza.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/02/2008
Never been inside so couldn't rate atmosphere.... Live on 82nd and 1st, called for a single pizza with sausage and some garlic knots one weeknight. Over an hour later it comes. Really expensive, and the pie reminds me more of Dominoes or Papa Johns than Manhattan. Garlic knots were cold.