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Posted by E. Vill girl on 05/31/2010
This is the best in NYC. Super friendly staff and they will go out of their way to delivery to addresses (mine, ha) that are just a little too far for delivery... The plain slice is incredible but the GRAMA pizza is a must try.
Posted by Indiana on 11/01/2009
Joe's on Bleecker was the best and Stromboli was second. Joe's is gone and Stomboli seems to not care anymore. The pizza isn't as good and the service is just terrible and I work in a restaurant! I wont return.
Posted by Dan M. 6th on 09/29/2009
Wish this place's pricing wasn't structured to take advantage of the "I'm so drunk just give me a slice I don't care, whatever" crowd. But alas, it is. $2.75 for THAT plain slice? Value = 0.0.
Posted by ontheside on 05/03/2009
This farewell to Stromboli is ending a fifteen year take out relationship that just isn't worth theoil soaked, broken box that it comes in. It is hard to let go of something that was once really good and you genuinely liked. For years the quality of the pizza has stalled at best. This year marked a sloppy descent into thick uncooked crust with tasteless sauce and oily toppings. The prices increased about 30% this year while the old East Village staple became more and more inedible. The delivery took over an hour (for six blocks) and arrived with all the toppings in a ball on one side of the box. After rearranging this pile, I was left with a nasty looking snarl of cheese and sausage sitting on a wet soggy crust. I thew it out. There is just nothing left to say.
Posted by east vilager on 03/19/2009
The guys in the shop are the nicest pizza people you'll ever meet. I tend to gravitate towards this place after drinking on Friday nights and have never been disappointed. I've only ever gotten it delivered twice because I live a few blocks away. Once they were there in 25 minutes and once in 40 minutes...pretty good actually. The pizza itself is actually pretty good. It usually has proportionate amounts of sauce and cheese. They tend to be generous with toppings, although I think they put a little too much on sometimes but that's ok. I The pies are usually on the thicker side. It's definitely not california thin crust or whatever. Stromboli is not god's gift to pizza, but it is consistently good. Overall, this place is legit and gets a thumbs-up in my book.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/23/2008
best pizza i've had in the city- fresh ingredients, lots of cheese and a really friendly pizza guy. highly recommended!
Posted by D. Expert on 10/15/2007
I boycotted Stromboli for three years, since August of 2004. On that fateful August night, some friends and myself decided to order two hero sandwiches and a small pizza from Stromboli at around 1 am after a night of drinking. At 2 am, we called to ask where the delivery was, since we were only six blocks away. We were given an extremely rude "HE'S LEAVING SOON!" and were promptly hung up on. Two hours later... no! He never showed up! No phone call to apologize, nothing. I figured that was long enough to stay away and I started going back this past August. The pizza, while still good, is insanely overpriced considering the size of the slices and the neighborhood. Two pepperoni slices and a soda will take the better part of $10. Come ON. The place is constantly packed with "Bridge and Tunnel" people who scream with excitement and act with reckless abandon while navigating their way around you to look for the Oregano. Is it worth it? Sunday-Wednesday, probably. But only if you're okay with feeling slightly ripped off for slightly above average pizza.