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Posted by Richard E on 09/24/2014
Came here only for the pizza which I had first tasted on First Ave and thought it was the most delicious margarita pizza I ever had. Then coincidentally when my son came in from LA he wanted to go there for pizza without his ever knowing I had also gone there. Now in Brookly it is just as delicious and the service each time was fine. I don't have royal blood in my veins and never expected to be treated as such.
Posted by abner on 06/02/2014
Had the lunch Margarita half pizza with salad and this tasted as good as pizza, or for that matter any food, can get. It was the pleasure of eating something delicious, tasting rich, and no feeling stuffed in the least.
Posted by Alessandra Parrotta on 02/15/2014
I'm not here to tell you where to go and what to like, but this 2013 TONY winner is the authentic recipe with Italian owners and staff. If you tried it and you didn't like it, it's because you don't possess the knowledge and culture of real Italian pizza. You will never see chicken on pizza or pasta in Italy, so if you want the non-authentic experience, you don't have to go to Luzzo's BK. Eat pizza make love!!!
Posted by Jes on 01/03/2014
We went to Luzzo's at an off time--3pm in the afternoon. The place was nice and quiet. We wanted to go there to try the pizza. The waitress came over, not very pleasant, but maybe she was having a bad day. Then someone, a nice gentleman who was sneezing all over the place, brought over some breadsticks. The waitress came back to take our order. I asked if we could have a small salad. She said unless we were ordering a brunch entree salad, they wouldn't make me one. Okay...you can't throw some lettuce on a plate? Moving on. My husband and I wanted to share a pizza with pepperoni and so we asked for a small one to share. The waitress insisted on us getting a large because a small wouldn't fill us. Didn't appreciate the pushy attitude. Whatever, give us a large. The pizza came out, huge, and too much for us. Well, it was tasteless, watery, not very hot, and was like eating liquid on soggy bread. We really wanted to like this place and the food, but it wasn't good. Oh a the pie was over $25. If you want great pizza and a nice staff, head down the block to Table 87. Even if something isn't on the menu, they'll make it. You'll be much happier there. Don't waste your time at luzzos.