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Posted by Yummy pants on 03/10/2005
Finest pie on the upper east side. The atmosphere is about as good as a men's restroom and the service is nothing to write home about but these hard working gentlemen get the job done. The pizza is great and half the price of the fancy pizza in the neighborhood. Not to mention they're always open and don't curtail their delivery when it starts to get dark. Order away.
Posted by Elona on 02/26/2005
We aren't health food junkies, but this option offers great taste and a little less guilt! They sell it by the slice too.
Posted by NY Girl on 12/20/2004
I've had Pizza Park's food for 20 years now and quite personally, I just think it's wonderful. You should go there, trust me people. (and ICU hospital lady- save your story for a book, thanks.)
Posted by Jimbo on 08/21/2004
Good NY-style pizza and red-sauce pastas. A neighborhood palce but if you're in the hood, you can't go wrong! Real barebones atmostsphere and surely attitudes at teh counter, but the food is a great value: nice variety of pizzas, don't miss the individual pizza's for shere convenience when you need to munch. Baked zitti are my staple for a quick, satsifying red-sacue experience! Food not only comes fast, it comes piping hot: I value a place that understands the importance of this. I also appreciate a place where the emphasis is on the food quality and the price, rather than putting on airs and charging double, or pretending to be something you're not.
Posted by Brian on 05/15/2004
A great place to grab a slice and go. Open late!! The whole wheat crust option is excellent. The white pizza is also quite good. My favorites is the chicken and spinach. They also have gyros which are not half bad for a pizza place. Quick delivery (notwithstanding the experience of the nurse below who single-handedly runs an ICU). Hey, this is NY lady.
Posted by Boycotting Pizza Park on 01/19/2004
I'm a nurse at a nearby hospital, I placed an order at work via phone. They call me to tell me that the deliver is at the security desk, BUT IT"S NOT. I had to wait about 5 minutes. When I opened the order, I found they delivered two incorrect personal pizzas. I called the restaurant back, and he told me QUITE RUDELY that that was what I had ordered and it was my mistake, without trying to make amends. I also told him that he shouldn't lie and say the food is in the lobby when it isn't. His response was, "Sometimes you make us wait, so now maybe we're even." Ummm, what sort of response is that? I can't help it if my patients need me, no one is going to die if I don't get to the delivery person right away. So he tells me to bring the wrong pizzas down to the lobby now and they guy will be there with my order. I'm sitting there for another 5 minutes, and the delivery guy shows up to take the wrong pizzas away and doesn't have my correct order. So I have to wait again, for at least 15 mintues (good thing my ICU patients don't really need a nurse). Sick of waiting, I go to the restaurant myself. By now I'm pretty pissed off, and start yelling at the owner. He just sits at a table in the back laughing to himself and flipping his newspaper. No apologies, no attempt at any customer service. I asked him if it would be okay for me to be sitting and laughing if he was my sick patient. How is it that only in NY can places of business get away with being so rude and making no attempt at customer service? His lack of manners was outrageous, but I guess it's not against the law to not care.
Posted by Robbo on 01/18/2004
If you're in the mood for a slice or a whole pie, this place is simply sublime. And if you've had a few beers, I would highly recommend the buffalo chicken pizza.