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Lombardi's

Coal Oven Pizza
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  • Pizza
  • 32 Spring St, New York NY10012 40.721535 -73.995667
  • (At Mott St)
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  • (212) 941-7994
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User Ratings (Based on 140 reviews)

3.735
Food 4.2 Value 3.5
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 3.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 941-7994
Fax:
fax
(212) 941-4159
Website:
www.firstpizza.com
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Cash Only
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 11:30am-11pm Fri-Sat: 11:30am-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Cheap Eats, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Take Out
Delivery Area:
Wall St to 14th St Ave C to 7th Ave

User Reviews

  • Lombardi's

    Posted by STL Mom and daughter on 06/05/2006

    Lived up to our expectations!

    Well worth the subway ride and walk to find this place. Had seen on tv. We loved the thin crust and simple topping., warm atmosphere. One of the highlights of our NYC visit.

  • Lombardi's

    Posted by Tried again, still worth it on 05/30/2006

    We liked it

    Visited NYC again from Ohio, after almost two years. Brought along friends. We wanted to try one of the other Rated pizza places. But ended up here again (2nd time). Will have to stand by my review that we REALLY enjoyed this pizza. It was very busy, lunch time, but we were seated within 15 minutes. The service was adequate, not great, but it is a pizza joint for heavens sake, so we werent expecting out of this world service. Two pizza's were ordered, BOTH were great. We love the crust. You can NOT get pizza like this in Ohio. All four of us felt it was definitely worth a visit to see for yourself. Are the others better? I just dont know. Would like to give them a try, but Lombardis is so good, we are afraid to try the others...We loved the atmosphere of Little Italy, and found some of the friendliest people in NYC there as well.

  • Lombardi's

    Posted by Ex New Yorker loves Lombardi's on 05/08/2006

    Tradition, taste, try it!

    My husband and I had our first meal at Lombardi's since I've been back to NYC where I used to live. It was great, atmosphere, friendly and involved service, delicious pizza, crust perfectly baked on stone with sauce that wasn't too salty, yummy toppings, love those meatballs and peppers! Thanks for a great start to our visit, we'll return. Highly recommend Lombardi's to anyone who loves NY pizza in an atmosphere of Little Italy's best tradition.

  • Lombardi's

    Posted by Jan on 03/25/2006

    Not worth the effort to get there

    So sorry my son and I made the effort to go there to have this highly rated Littly Italy pizza! The crust was burnt, very little tomato sauce and blobs of cheese and burnt pepperoni.

  • Lombardi's

    Posted by zorgclyde on 02/24/2006

    Nice decoration, pizza not up to hype

    I was disappointed here. While the crust was OK (not great), the tomato sauce was very tasteless (taste like commercial sauce), and I needed a magnifying glass to find my toppings. Service was spotty. Nice music and decoration, but there are better choices out there.

  • Lombardi's

    Posted by Big Hop on 02/12/2006

    Don't waste your time--Food Network did

    We visited because we seen this pizza place on the Food Network. It was a waste of time. We found out that there were numerous other pizza places that were far better. If you want an average pizza with average service then go.

  • Lombardi's

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/10/2006

    What Has Happened to Lombardi's?

    There is something happening here, I don't know what it is, but it's not good. I have been going to Lombardi's for lunch with a circle of friends about twice a month for the past ten years. In the past few months, things have gone very far south. Most important, the pizza. What used to be a crisp, tasty pie with a chewy, bubly, killer crust has deteriorated into a flat, wafer-like board with sparce toppings. It looks like it was rolled into shape! In fact, the crust was so flat, so uniform, so resembling a frozen, pre-formed, stock-purchased dough, we had to ask the waitress if they are actually stretching the dough. She assured us they did. Next time you go, look at all the photographs of the delicious pies that adorn the room. Then take a look at the pie you receive. It is not a Lombardi's pie. Or, rather, it is not what used to be a Lombardi's pie.

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