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Posted by tnievesnyc on 11/16/2012
I'm actually not understanding the bad reveiws for this place. I just ate there last night and had an amazing meal. for starters I had the Bruschetta which was mouth watering to look at and tasted even better. I also shared the meatball pizza with a friend and it was MORE than enough for us and we're 2 big boys! The crust was perfect, the cheese was perfectly melted and the meatballs were amazing. Absolutely great meal and the service was excellent.
Posted by Peter Bandit on 01/01/2012
Excellent thin crust pizza - simple, fresh, straight-forward. I particularly like the custom model: pesto on the bottom, topped with slices of andouille sausage. I try to eat here every time I go to Film Forum. With a salad and a glass of red wine, it comes out to about twenty bucks. Good food, easy on the eye and the pocket, and relaxing.
Posted by Food Person on 04/27/2011
If people think this pizza is good they must not have tried the plethora of better choices in NY. I'd rather go to a good slice place. The crust is like a pre-made cracker, the sauce isn't great, the fresh mozzarella is a rip-off and they don't let it melt. A greasy, mediocre pizza at best. In NY especially there are far better places, not sure how this lasts as a pizza place. Perhaps the salads are decent.
Posted by Joe Italiano on 04/18/2011
They have a very limited menu, a couple pasta plates and Pizza, some very good salads. I took out. The small proseco was $12, add in Lasagna, one coke, extra garlic bread and salad, about $45 for one person? The service was top notch and the young ladies behind the bar were very sexy, friendly and talkative. The basic opinion here is this: The serving of lasagna was too small, the salad was perfect(Apple and smoked cheddar), the proseco not the best and 3 times too expensive- I just bought them their bottle with one drink. The coke almost flat-I left half of it. they are way too expensive. The extra garlic bread was about $8 and way too expensive for two thick slices of italian bread.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/12/2010
I am very shocked by the positive reviews. Went for dinner tonight and had, literally, the smallest & most expensive pizza I've ever ordered! The crust was so thin that it totally fell apart when I tried to pick it up and there was no seasoning at all. It was like wheat thin-thin -and it was $14! Had I known, I would have walked two more blocks to Keste, and got a pizza twice as big and 10 times as delicious. Keste might be the best pizza in NY, Spunto, unfortunately, is not.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/31/2010
Might be the best pizza I have had in New York! Delicious very thin crust, so the flavors of the sauce and fresh ingredients pop. Will definitely visit again. It has a very casual, but nice atmosphere - busy, but not over crowded.
Posted by hana on 10/18/2010
the pizza in Spunto is prepared really well, fresh ingredients and and the salads are wonderful. Definitely the place to go if you are looking for a pizza restaurant in the west village. The staff is really nice and the restaurant is very clean. Definitely highly recommended!