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Posted by Lauren on 02/29/2008
I've lived in Hell's Kitchen all my life and Saccos is the BEST! My family loves this pizza. Even my relatives from Califonia love it, every time they come they eat it almost everyday. Who cares if the cheese is cheap or if the pizza is thin, I rather eat a tasty slice than a big cheesy piece of cardboard. And trust me, I've had a lot of different pizzas from the area and all over because when you only have 3 bucks in your pocket the best thing to buy is pizza. Saccos beats them all. Soooo everyone should try it, I bet you'll love it.
Posted by Paul Ledbetter on 07/23/2007
First night in New York City, and wanted some good NY Pizza....very good here. I liked the crew working there. Recomended....
Posted by Alan Smithee on 05/31/2007
It's excellent pizza, but it's much better there than having it delivered. Take one guy's advice. Let it cool down and then reheat it in your own oven. It's the best option I can think of to eat what's probably the best pizza in the city at home.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/31/2007
For those reviewers complaining about delivery, you really need to eat there to enjoy the best pizza in NYC. I've ordered from them for delivery, and it doesn't taste as good as if you actually eat it there straight out of the oven.
Posted by greekfan on 03/31/2007
As you can see if you spy the refrigeration case in back, Sacco uses pretty dreadful mozzerella "cheese by the brick." BUT the crust is the best in the hood as is the sauce, so it is hands down the best pizza in Hells Kitchen. If they'd only spend a little more for decent cheese, they'd be worth the trip from anywhere. Too bad.
Posted by Tom on 01/01/2007
When I order from sacco the food always arrives fast and hot. Sometimes it can take 30 to 40 min but that is because it is so busy. So columbus circle take a chill pill and relax. Then you can enjoy the best pizza in NYC.
Posted by Me on 12/22/2006
Sacco makes, far and away, the best traditional pizza in the neighbohood. The sauce is never sweet (blech, I hate when that happens) and the crust is never too doughy. I see other people have posted spotty reviews, but I've lived in the area all my life and never remember ordering a pie that wasn't exactly as it should be.