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Posted by K.& J Fattorusso on 12/09/2005
If you want real brick oven pizza, can't go to Italy, and you don't want to wait in line at Grimaldi's- This is the place! Best kept secret in NY. Pizza is my favorite food, I am from Brooklyn PIZZA CAPITAL OF THE WORLD. I take it serious. We took my father & Mother in Law here for Father's day, We were told that this place was authentic Neopolitan pizza., Let me tell you- It was DELICIOUS! Great atmosphere, Wonderful staff, GREAT GREAT FOOD! Great People! Highly recommend you try this place.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/21/2005
Amazing, amazing, amazing. The pizza is incredible made with only the best fresh ingredients. The Al Forno dishes take a bit longer, but the Cannelloni is well worth it. The worst thing I can say about the place is that the booths in front are not particularly comfortable.
Posted by Lisa on 09/04/2005
This is no joke! If you want authentic Italian, Napolitana pizza, light crusted, oven baked, yummy - you must go. I am not exaggerating. It is awesome, it has buffalo cheese, and the pizza, wow! The atmosphere is great too. It has a touch of Italy, and the owner is so pleasant and warm. They do delivery too, but you should go in person. I went there after seeing the high ratings in the Daily News, where they placed it way up there.
Posted by Nicole on 08/25/2005
I enjoyed a great dinner at Luzzo's. It is truly a fantastic restaurant. My meal was awesome and the service was great. Loved the service and the sound of Italian throughout the restaurant. It was an awesome dining experience.
Posted by anon on 06/08/2005
Having spent many years in Italy and thus, holding any italian restaurant to high standards, I can truly say I had a wonderful meal here. The pizza could have easily been from any pizzeria in Napoli and our appetizer (portobello mushrooms with mozzarella) was delicious too. With a glass of wine from montepulciano and hearing other diners casually converse in italian, I don't think I could find a more reasonable and delicious authentic italian meal in the city. Grazie!
Posted by Giacomo on 05/20/2005
This place feels more like a local trattoria in Italy than most places you can find in NY. It's low-key and the emphasis is on the food. The new owner Michael is from Italy and bought the place for its coal-burning oven that produces some of the best pizza around. The rest of the menu covers a lot of territory and I've not had anything sub-par yet. The food is far better and the service a lot less overbearing than most of the plethora of over-hyped Italian restaurants around the city. No attitude - but great food at reasonable prices.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/23/2004
Call them - it's good - eat.