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Two Boots

at Grand Central Station
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  • Pizza
  • 89 E 42nd St Lower Level Dining Concourse, New York NY10017 40.752998 -73.977056
  • (Btwn Park & Vanderbilt Ave)
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  • (212) 557-7992
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User Ratings (Based on 15 reviews)

3.265
Food 3.4 Value 3.3
Service 3.2 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 557-7992
Website:
www.twoboots.com
Place Order:
Order From Two Boots for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Catering Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 10am-10pm Sat-Sun: 12pm-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Kid-friendly, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
5th to 1st Ave 34th to 52nd St

User Reviews

  • Two Boots

    Posted by Jen on 07/22/2009

    Great Pizza and service

    I went there a few weeks ago and the nicest waitress helped me with my 2 kids, the food was great, its not the best interior design job, but friendly for kids and mom's on the go!!!

  • Two Boots

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/24/2008

    great 9 times out of 10

    I eat here for lunch frequently and I usually love it. The pizza is great, especially the crust. When it's good, it's great. But as a frequent customer, there are always those few times when it's disappointing. Once in awhile the crust is burnt to a crisp. I usually eat in, but I had the lasagna delivered to my office and today was one of those off days. I could literally taste something like lighter fluid in the sausages. I was starving so I ate as much as I could but had to have a snack afterwards just to get the taste out. I normally get the "newman" pizza though, and it's usually great.

  • Two Boots

    Posted by Couchboy on 08/25/2007

    Suprised it's only 3 stars

    I work in Midtown and go here about once a month for lunch. I think the pizza is actually quite good and the service is good considering the place is very busy at lunch time. It gets a little loud at lunch and sometimes feels a little cramped but I would recommend that you try it out.

  • Two Boots

    Posted by Michele on 01/06/2007

    Time Out for Two Boots

    I read about Two Boots in Time Out New York Kids Magazine. It sounded like a really nice place to take my kids and enjoy a well priced meal. Well, I got the price of our meals was okay; however, the Cobb salad I ordered with blackened chicken was anything but. It was dry cubed chicken from the day before. The pizza my son ordered was a little burnt on the bottom and didn't have a lot of flavor to it. The best thing was the Grill Cheese my toddler ate. Also, my server was all over me when I first came in, but when my food came, I never saw her again, well until I asked her for our check. I think the article gave them an undeserving boost.

  • Two Boots

    Posted by Karthik Jayaraman on 11/22/2006

    Delicious

    Everyone has their favorite pizza place and this is mine. A slice of pizza from Two Boots and a Squishee are my favorite lunch combo. Bailamos

  • Two Boots

    Posted by Anonymous on 11/01/2006

    Actually...

    Two boots is actually not NY style pizza. It's New Orleans style. Even so, it's not all that great.

  • Two Boots

    Posted by PhishyEel on 06/19/2006

    One Slice Satisfies Me for Hours

    If I feel like eating a slice of pizza that will satisfy me until I leave work, I go to Two Boots. The prices are worth it. I don't really understand the prior reviews. I'm a native New Yorker (and therefore a born-pizza-snob), and I really have no beef with Two Boots. I think the Louisiana twist is refreshing and their slices are really tasty, unique, and named in a fun way. Although I'm not the hugest fan of the spicy plain (in the area, go to Little Italy for a regular slice), their BBQ chicken slice is pretty damn good. Eating here has turned me on to their location near my home in the East Village. I'm a fan.

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