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Posted by Anonymous on 08/29/2009
I love their pizza but seriously they are outrageously expensive. A small pie with 2 toppings can get upwards of $15. They charge $5 for some toppings on a large pizza. The pizza is great if you are a fan of thin crust, don't get me wrong on that, but these prices are definitely not recession friendly.
Posted by iheartpizza on 06/09/2009
i order takeout from gruppo about once a week. its delicious...thin crust, fresh ingredients, great taste. even though it may be a bit pricier than youre average pie, its well worth it if you love gourmet pizza!
Posted by Natron on 06/02/2009
I live nearby and it's so tempting: pizza & beer. It looks like a darkly lit delicious pizza parlor. Unfortunately, the three different pies I've tried have consistently been bland and unflavorful. I have to take it home and dump garlic salt on it just to taste the darn thing -- something I shouldn't be doing with a gourmet, $20+ pie. The dough is bland, the sauce not great, and the cheese tasteless. Plus, I am not a huge eater, but I can eat an entire pie by myself, and not be too full. Thin crust a little too thin. Sorry Gruppo. I want to like you.
Posted by jj_mistybell on 05/06/2009
I first tried Gruppo a few years ago when I first moved to the city, after being told it was an experience that shouldn't be missed. I wasn't disappointed, and it's remained my favourite pizza place in Manhattan. A mix between New York and Italian style pizza, it's super thin - crispy where it should be, and not where it shouldn't, with a large selection of fresh toppings- in my opinion, the tomato, the cheese, everything is pretty much perfect (their salads are large and really delicious too, and they have kick ass lunch specials too)
Posted by Mike Maple on 03/18/2009
I've been going to Gruppo for years, and it is truly awesome! If Pizza ate pizza, Pizza would go to Gruppo.
Posted by L.E.S. on 01/09/2009
Definitely one of the best thin-crust pizza spots in the East Village if not all of Manhattan. Quality and service is always on point and the lunch specials are an incredible bargain as well. Chompie chompie!
Posted by Brad on 12/16/2008
I'm a huge fan of thin crust pizzas, and Gruppo's is about as thin as you can get. If you really want to taste the sauce and cheese and toppings, and you like a crisp crust that cracks underneath, then you'll love this place. The salads are large and good for sharing, and there are some very good deals on the wine list too. The place is cozy and wooden, and there's a really good jukebox although it did steal my dollar one time, but the waiter apologized and gave me a refund. The service is always friendly and relaxed. No question, this is my favorite place for pizza in the neighborhood.