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Posted by DiningDeacon on 12/20/2007
I agree with the previous reviewer -- the pizza was quite similar to what I had in Sicily just recently: the crust was nicely charred yet chewy enough to hold the toppings, the mozzarella was real, and the tomato sauce was fresh and light, not overly salty like NY pizza tends to be. I was with a small group, and we all loved our pizzas and pastas, meatballs and arancini and salads and soups. The waiters, with one spaced-out exception, were friendly and helpful. The restaurant is nice and quiet after the commuter crowds depart!
Posted by Ciao on 11/15/2007
I am truly shocked at the reviews posted here about the pizza. Obviously the reviewers have never been to Italy and are just used to the mediocre NY version. I think that Naples is the best kept pizza secret in NYC and personally I don't mind keeping it that way. I always have a slice in my frig. It is an instant trip back to Italy. The staff is always very pleasant and top notch.
Posted by Fauna on 07/13/2007
Our party mainly ordered from the winter Restaurant Week dinner menu options, with only complaints from the vegetarian options and the (overpriced, nothing special) pizza, which was not on the menu. Asparagus was used heavily in multiple dishes, but suited well with the prosciutto appetizer. Decent entree, well presented but not memorable taste. The waiter was extremely friendly and helpful, and the wine selection was good. Also worth remembering was the dessert options, with the cannoli and chocolate cake winning hands down over the unremarkable tartufo.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/06/2007
Went here for lunch...pasta portions very small with a watered down pasta sauce ran 18$s. The pizza on the other hand looked okay - but pricey...
Posted by Anonymous on 03/06/2007
I eat here all the time because of the great food and convenience to my office right in the Grand Central Area. I LOVE the pene vodca and the pizza is pretty good too. They give you soft bread with olive oil before your meal and the coke's are nice and tall. Perfect if you don't mind paying a little extra for the location. If it is cold outside and you have to meet friends, this is perfect cuz you don't have to exit Grand Central to get here!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/10/2005
Delicious pies & appetizers, but not really worth the cash. Get the pizza delivered, though, and it's only $13!
Posted by Sandy on 10/17/2005
We went here on our first evening in NYC--a Friday night around 9:00 p.m. It was not busy at all--in fact, maybe 5 tables were filled and it's a large dining room. My favorite thing was that this was the only restaurant we went to in New York that had adequate space for the tables. We didn't have to practically sit on the person's lap next to us. It was nice to have a peaceful conversation and not think everyone else was listening. The service was awesome--prompt and friendly. The pizza was pretty close to authentic Italian pizza, although it could've used more cheese (but I'm picky!). The meatball appetizer that we had was really, really tasty! The cannoli was average. We were not in the mood for crowds, so this was a great experience for us.