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Two Boots Pizzeria

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  • Pizza
  • 42 Avenue A, New York NY10009 40.723678 -73.984882
  • (At 3rd St)
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  • (646) 822-1093
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User Ratings (Based on 12 reviews)

3.235
Food 3.3 Value 2.9
Service 3.2 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(646) 822-1093
Website:
www.twoboots.com
Place Order:
Order From Two Boots Pizzeria for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Sun-Tue: 11:30am-11pm Wed-Thu: 11:30am-12am Fri-Sat: 11:30am-2am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Kid-friendly, Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
3rd Ave to Ave C Grand St to 14th St

User Reviews

  • Two Boots Pizzeria

    Posted by PhishyEel on 05/03/2013

    I seriously hate this place

    Really. Always have. It was always overrated, even moreso now. $3.75 for a tiny, burnt pepperoni slice? Are you friggin' kidding me? The Piazza slice years ago was OK, but this place has got some serious hubris. I don't understand how it's stuck around this long.

  • Two Boots Pizzeria

    Posted by kEv on 09/11/2009

    True Pizza Pioneers

    An East Village staple, Two Boots is truely special. My wife and I have eaten both in the restaurant and ordered delivery as well. The person taking the order is fast an efficient, the wait time on delivery is reasonable and the food is great. A real creative variety with pizza toppings as well as sandwiches and salads. Italian food with a New Orleans twist... it's genius!

  • Two Boots Pizzeria

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/06/2009

    Can't live without, staple of my diet

    I’ve tried but since I discovered Two Boots, I can’t seem to go a week without ordering it. I admit, it can be inconsistent (when they’re super busy or right before they close) but when it’s good, it’s phenomenal, especially the Tony Clifton. I almost always order delivery, but to eat in, I like the one on Grand St. better (full bar, better atmosphere).

  • Two Boots Pizzeria

    Posted by anonymous on 05/16/2009

    Delivery is an issue

    I used to love Two Boots, but the last 3 times I have ordered the delivery guy has come without change... I am a generous tipper, but I resent having to pay almost double for a pizza. The last straw, I called and specifically asked that the delivery guy bring change, yet again, the guy had no change. I refuse to order from this place ever again!

  • Two Boots Pizzeria

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/13/2008

    super expensive, but tasty slice

    title says it all, if you've got money to burn, stop in for a slice,

  • Two Boots Pizzeria

    Posted by tbrody on 04/03/2008

    Gone Down Hill

    This place has totally lost it. Raised their prices and quality has gone way down. They got rid of two of the best slices, you can only buy them as pies now, and the Nightripper isn't even make with the same crust anymore. The other night one of my two slices wasn't even half the size of a regular slice. The clerk said the other slice was bigger than usual so it evens out.

  • Two Boots Pizzeria

    Posted by Libertygirl on 03/15/2008

    Not recommended

    I normally get my pies from Lil Frankies. Now that's a quality pizza, beautiful sauce. proper moza, pre cooked garlic mushrooms. They're terrible at answering the phone on a Saturday so I thought I'd try a dedicated delivery joint rather than a busy restaurant. Hence Two Boots. Bit of a language problem on the phone but we got there in the end. Quick delivery from a nice guy, and the pie (medium size) was HUUUUGGGGEEEEE. maybe three times the size of Lil Frankies pie at the same change. Shame it was not good. Crust covered in cornmeal instead of relying on an inherent crispiness from the oven. Doughy base. Incredibly, almost inedibly salty. Commercial tasting puree rather than a sauce, relying on chili flakes for taste. Cheap cheese that felt grainy rather than smooth and stringy. Dried out super thin sliced mushrooms. Overall: cheap, mass produced commercial pizza using lowest quality ingredients. I managed two slices. And I can eat a lot of pizza. I wld only recommend this pizza for soaking up beer when very drunk.

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