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Posted by Bernard Dworkin on 12/25/2013
Had a slice of Martguerita and it was $3.05, not $2.50 as indicated on this site. The pizza was excellent, fresh ingredients, crisp and thin dough, tasty tomato sauce. Very uncomfortable eating there because no comfortable place to sit, only 2 small wall counters near the entrance way and you get draft when from door opens. Teenie place. Found myself eating standing up. Next time home delivery, which counter guy said was $20 or $21 for a whole pie. Huh? You'd thing he would know. I guess their price is negotiable, ha.
Posted by Born in Bklyn on 12/11/2013
Great, innovative pizza!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/04/2013
Some slices are so crunchy they shatter with the first bite, others so soft they resemble standard pizzeria fare. But in the middle of the spectrum are slices that remind me of Grimaldi's/ Lombardi's/ Totonno's, by the slice! right in midtown! Toppings are very foo foo and not my cup of tea. The one that stands out the most is pepperoni since it's the only traditional one on the menu and it's not even available on the pre-made slices except in combination with other toppings. So far I've been unable to find a variety I prefer to the plain margherita which has been a real letdown. I think prices are in line with traditional pizzerias which makes it doubly odd that they don't post them.
Posted by Joseph M on 11/17/2012
I saw the reviews and decided to check the place up, you gotta admit that when the place is busy the guys at the back are doing the best to give you the freshest of the food they have so my food took a little while to arrive but when it came it was delicious and by the way it looked ( sauce dripping of it) you can tell that they just made it. Definitely a place to stop by every time the wallet allows. Big smiles to you guys!!!
Posted by Johnny V on 03/14/2012
Heard good things about this place so I checked out one of their specialty sandwiches - the brooklyn cheesesteak, which is a meatball parm with peppers and onions. Got a small sandwich that had been siiting in the showcase and reheated on a pannini press. Only two small meatballs for $8.50. Totally not worth it.
Posted by Dcuffaro on 04/22/2011
Ordered two different pizzas to go -one was a specialty flour specifically for a Jewish holiday and I give certe AAA for effort. The regular margarita pizza was judged by my Italian born husband who deemed it excellent.
Posted by Hound Dog on 11/29/2010
A friend of mine sent me over this review and it kind of got me excited to go try the food. I went and now I'm pretty hooked. A bit tightly packed without much seating, which is frustrating along with a location that is slightly outside my reach, but the food is just as good as the original Cer te and I just can't get my mind off of the various specialty slices. The Buffalo Artichoke is outrageous...there must be Frank's hotsauce involved. http://bit.ly/Pizza-by-Cer-te