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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 Peter on 06/02/2006

    Pizza "Two Boot"

    How many times can you say that you go to a pizzeria for the quality of the service but not the actual pizza itself? I personally think the pizza here is poorly made (weird topics, ragu gravy, etc.) but that the service is just amazing. I find myself popping by during lunch for a quick slice because I know i'll be in and out in a jiffy.

  • Two Boots

    Posted by C. Hutchinson on 06/02/2006

    Not recommended

    While recently visiting NY from the DC area, I must say that I was quite shocked to find out that all the hype I had heard about NY pizza is just not true - or at least it wasn't in the case of Two Boots. God only knows what they were striving for, but the result was not very good. I've had better store brand frozen pizza than what they are serving at Two Boots and the guys serving me were rude to boot (no pun intended).

  • Two Boots

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/08/2005

    Not recommended

    I can't agree more with the last review. The sauce tastes a little like jarred sauce, and the cheese is low quality. The crust is mediocre at best.

  • Two Boots

    Posted by Mjames1405 on 04/27/2005

    Overated

    Two Boots is subpar pizza and the food at grand central is a poor representation of the good food that is found in our wonderful city. You may be fooled by their fancy toppings and fancy names but there pizza is not good. Not crispy but soggy, the sauce is lackluster and the cheese is nothing special. If you want a bizzare twist on Italian pizza mixed in with louisiana style (hence 2 boots), this is the place two go.

  • Two Boots

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/18/2005

    Three Boots Up Indeed!

    Two Boots is so fantastic that when moving recently I made sure my new apt was within 'delivery range' of a Two Boots location! It is the perfect fusion of a great deli slice and top tier gourmet pizza. The Newman is my fav but I've tried them all and never been disappointed...Highly recommend!

  • Two Boots

    Posted by drron on 06/25/2004

    Extraordinary pizza-even for New York!!

    My spouse and I had a plain pie that we took out recently from Two Boots at Grand Central Station. It was one of the best pizzas we've ever had (and as a native New Yorker who takes pride in New York's preeminence in pizza, that's saying a lot). The crust was amazing--super thin,. crisp on the outside and still soft on the inside. The sauce was delicious. A pizza that ranks among the greats. We live in Westcehster and won't eat local pizza anymore if we have an opportunity to get a Twoo Boots pizza on the way home from work!

  • Two Boots

    Posted by Jungle Jim on 01/28/2004

    Great Pizza...3 Boots Up

    Overall, I agree with the "Two Boots Up" review. The first poster obviously doesn't know what real pizza is. They are probably some cranky old ladies that have nothing better to do than complain, so completely disregard that negative review. All of the Two Boots that i've been to have made great pizza along at a great prizes... Try the Shebacocoa Chimichanga for a nice treat.

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