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Posted by bikeinfrance on 02/25/2007
The pizza was delicious. I simply loved the crust. A person at a table next to ours was eating all but the crust sides and almost asked if I could finish them... well not really, but I did think about it. It was lunch so we really just did pizza and no wine, but others were enjoying nice wines it seems. Excellent and highly recommended for a low key, casual eating experience.
Posted by Colan on 02/01/2007
If at all possible do not stay for dinner. The wait is endless. The prices are steep but the food is amazing. Although just shy of $20 is rather steep it is worth every penny. For no additional fee they will add garlic.
Posted by tastypie on 01/14/2007
Fresh ingredients and a unique coal fired taste. If you are looking for an oily, commercial pizza, Lombardi's is not the place for you. The ingredients were in the right proportions. About as guilt-free and delicious as a pizza can get!
Posted by Frank C on 01/13/2007
Don't expect much more than great pizza which it unquestionably is! Right up there top 3 in New York City. Restaurants itself & service are merely serviceable but you come here for great pizza & that's what you'll get. Tourists-- trust me on this one. better than Johns in the village.
Posted by dai on 01/10/2007
Great pizza....enough said.
Posted by big eater on 12/27/2006
Honestly, yes it's a classic, but it's not the best, by far, not that i think ray's is better. Service is, of course, poor or non existant, but other than that, food was as expected. Just good pizza.
Posted by Chikopoppi on 12/27/2006
Because my boyfriend and I did. Since my failed trip to Pepe's for clam pizza, I stood in line at Lombardi's and tried it here. My jaw was in pain after having my first slice of pizza. I rather have the slice pizza from John's or Joe's on Bleeker anyday over a pizza here. Maybe it's was good but not anymore.