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Posted by chetkast on 07/25/2013
We were visiting NYC and staying at the Double Tree Hotel which is around the corner from Waldy's. Our relatives who live in Brooklyn suggested it and man were we happy we went. Great Pizza. Close your eyes and pretend you're in Italy. Only a small place where you order at the counter so eating in can be a challenge, but don't let that stop you from going.
Posted by Chris on 08/22/2012
I'm not going to go into a ton of detail here, but the pizza is just phenomenal here. This place deserves 10 stars. Plus there is a 20% off coupon that runs in The Epoch Times, so that's even more of a reason to eat here. I have never met anyone who doesn't love this place. The other great thing is that it's not just your run of the mill pizza - it's creative, but not too artsy like some places to that like act original but the end product is no good. Try it, you'll love it.
Posted by Rod on 05/04/2012
I just received delivery of a soggy overpriced mess, which basically tastes like it came out of a mircowave and then doused with salt. I threw it away and i'm now making myself a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. From the other reviews it seems like this place must have just had a bad night, but seriously, this thing is really unappetizing.
Posted by Cici Del on 08/25/2011
$8.00 for a small pie and soda. Good lunch deal. They have a pie special everyday too. Yesterday I got the bbq chicken pie, it was very good. This place is prob only for lovers of thin crust. Anyone expecting a hearty thick pie will be let down. However I love it!! Young lady at register could give the impression that she dislikes her job. Maybe a little smile, even a fake one would help.
Posted by JG on 08/18/2011
I eat the Margarita pizza at least once a week. But usually twice. You know WHY? Cause this pizza is slammin'.
Posted by anonymous on 07/25/2011
i've been going here for a couple of years now - pretty standard price for lunch in this area, so i can't complain about spending $8-10 on a pizza that more than fills me (plus free drink at lunch time). great flavor, great toppings. i love the clam pizza! used to be very friendly service, but new person at the counter lately is grouchy and she doesn't say a word to you except for asking for your order. flat out ignores when you say "hello" or "have a nice day". not a huge deal, but i'm personally pretty turned off by places with staff that make you feel like you've done something wrong by coming by and spending your money there.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/07/2010
Average + thin crust pizza... A bit pricey The ingredients are great but it was too salty. However I really like the fresh herbs you can cut and add to your pie.