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Posted by TL on 04/22/2015
For gluten free pasta they only serve one type - ziti. Usually this is pretty good - 4.5. It seems hit or miss, (but most of the time a hit), depending who is the chef. But I keep going back. Pasta is priced well for gf, gf pizza seems over-priced.
Posted by Jenny on 01/26/2013
I have been a regular a Mozzarellis since starting my job nearby. Pizza is amazing. I would recommend the pumpernickel pizza crust which is out of this world or the whole wheat pizza which is my fav. Nice and clean decor gives the place an upscale feel. Also the staff and servers are attentive and quick with the orders. Just one complaint the place is jam packed for lunch, but the minor inconvenience is well worth it.
Posted by susan on 11/15/2012
I finally went to Mozzarellis after hearing rave reviews about their gluten free pizza. My friends are drooling for this place, so I needed to see what all the hype was about. Arrived during lunch time and the placed was crowded with business people and locals. Decor was very modern and looks recently updated - very clean and nice looking. The delicious aroma of pizza was spell binding. I arrived at the counter hypnotized by the large selection of gluten free pies displayed. Everything looked delicious and appetizing, but unfortunately I only had ten dollars in my pocket for lunch, so I picked out two gluten free slices and a drink. After stuffing my face with 2 large gluten free pizza squares I understand why this place is always packed. The gluten free pizza with mozzarella cheese was absolutely wonderful, the crust was delicious - thin and crispy which is what I love. I do not dish out compliments very often and I'd rather trash this place with criticism, but the fact is everything was perfect... I came for great pizza and that is exactly what I got. I walked out a happy little girl having discovered the best gluten free pizza in the city.
Posted by Erin on 07/05/2012
I went Sunday, June 24th. I had purchased a living social deal about a month prior and was eager to use it, as I have been gluten free since January. I arrived at Mozzarelli’s at about 6:40 on Sunday night. We were “greeted” by a woman who was on her cell phone during the duration of our order. My dining companion went right to the bathroom, where a group of people were laughing that they were not even customers but they knew this was a great place to use the bathroom. I told her I had the living social voucher and she seemed very annoyed. I got my order and sat down. She did not tell me to get a dessert or soda, which was in the voucher. When my pizza was ready the man who made it said “hey it’s ready come get it” and left it on the counter, even though I was the only person in the dining area. My dining companion was still waiting on the long bathroom line, even though we were the only paying customers. When I went to grab the pizza, it burned my hand because it was on the hot metal plate. When I asked the man if he could bring it to my table he sighed loudly, stomped over and slammed the pizza down on my table. He could not have been more rude. What’s more, is the other man who was behind the counter winked at me when I looked up in disgust. As I was about to start the pizza the woman behind the counter informed me that we had to leave because they close at 6:50. I told her I didn’t know that and if I had I wouldn’t have ordered the pizza. She said “I TOLD YOU WHEN YOU CAME IN.” Which upon pressing further, she had told my dining companion, who was still waiting for people from the street to use the bathroom. Since I had an entire pie, 2 sodas, and 2 boxes of cookies, I did not want to walk around the city. I had planned to eat there and would have appreciated if she told us before we ordered. The three employees stood and stared at us with mean looks until I finally had to ask if we had to leave, in which the woman repeated that they closed at 6:50. The pizza and the cookies itself were good, and I appreciate an entire gluten free pizza place, but they cannot expect to get returning customers if your staff is going to bully customers when they come in. Also, if they are not friendly to people with living social vouchers, then you should not offer them. Even though the pizza and cookies were good, it's not good enough to go back after that kind of treatment. There are other gluten free pizza places.
Posted by FoodGuy on 12/30/2011
After being diagnosed I had the unpleasant experience of trying gluten free bread and pizza crusts from the frozen food section of the supermarket. Almost all of these frozen products tasted like cardboard or had odd flavors and left me yearning for something better. Came across Mozzarellis on a friends face book page and came down to try it out. I have to say that I was skeptical at first, but the aroma of pizza lured me into Mozzarellis - a place that's become my favorite place when I crave NYC pizza. This is hands down the best tasting gluten free pizza anywhere. Delicious flavor and just the right texture for the crust. When I arrive during lunch time there is always a beautiful selection of gluten free pizzas on the counter just waiting for me to devour them. I was sold after the first bite and have been returning to Mozzarelli's at least twice a week for their gluten free pizza and gluten free desserts.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/06/2011
Best whole wheat pizza!
Posted by LindyNYC on 10/25/2011
I chose Mozzarreli's to cater a family party at in a private room at a local Karaoke bar. It was the best decision. We ordered several pizzas, including one gluten-free for our daughter who is allergic to all wheat products. The Greek salad was great (with 3 dressings on the side), and the assortment of calzones got rave reviews. Our server helped us trim the menu to lower the cost. Our one big splurge, a gluten-free carrot cake, decorated for the birthday, was "the best gluten-free cake" our daughter ever had in her life. She also loved the gluten-free pizza, and we thought the 12-grain multigrain-crust pizza was very flavorful (like real pizza, not like health food). Even though Hurricane Irene came the next day in NYC, the family was glad they flew in from Ohio for the party. Thank you, Mozzarreli's.