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Murray Hill / Gramercy >
Little Italy Pizza
Posted by christopher on 12/16/2012
Could not get enough..in city three days ate here twice. better pizza elsewhere? I think not!
Posted by Kathy on 06/29/2011
Didn’t get a chance to try the food because I couldn’t get past the enormous attitude of the guy behind the counter. I asked for one slice of pizza and he put a slice in a paper bag for me. I then asked for an additional slice and the guy behind the counter angrily took the bag with the one slice in it crumpled it up and threw it in the garbage. Unbelievable, he took a perfectly good fresh slice of pizza and threw it in the garbage because he was annoyed that I asked him for another slice. Now really did my request for one more slice warrant that kind of response? Then he proceeded to ignore me and begin helping the customers on line behind me. At that point I just walked out. Reminded me of the Seinfeld episode with the soup nazi. Needless to say I won’t be going back there nor will I ever recommend this establishment to anyone. Pizzerias in New York are a dime a dozen. I walked right around the corner to Madison and 31st Street and was able to get two delicious slices of Pizza without any drama from the employees. So I ended up having a fantastic lunch despite my experience with the pizza nazi.
Posted by Midtown West on 06/13/2011
Pizza is good, but don't expect timley service. I ordered for an office event - 4 pizzas total (nothingt crazy) and it came at 2:00. We placed order at 12:15 and they said it would be 40 mins. Our meeting was ruined and it our clients think we are a$$ clowns. No apology from restaurant. Thanks a lot!
Posted by anonymous on 06/02/2010
This was my first time to NYC and had seen a review for Little Italy pizza. It was right on the money. We got there just before it opened so the pizza was fresh, good and cheap. My kids loved it as well.
Posted by Fran-North Fort Myers, Fl on 05/06/2010
I come to NYC every few months and one of my stops while I am here is Little Italy Pizza on 33rd. The pizza is fresh, tasty and the crust is baked perfectly. Yummy!!!
Posted by jc on 01/15/2010
Any time I'm in the city I am sure to visit this place. And you should too if you like great pizza. I once searched, on foot, for about an hour and a half to find this place as I could not remember exactly where it was. Never again, 5th ave and E 33rd is forever etched in my head.
Posted by Elan on 01/05/2010
The pizza here is sooooo good and fresh, every time. The crust is uniquely crunchy and delicious, and the cheese and sauce have great flavor. And they have a $5 special - 2 slices and a large fountain soda!! I've tried most of the pizza places in this midtown area and this one takes the cake! There's also one on 33rd between 6th and 7th (just off 7th) which is exactly the same - delicious :)