Great pizza. Not your typical NY slice. More of a Neapolitan mixed with NY style. Definitely recommend
pizzavampire6/16/21, 9:55 p.m.
Floppy slice that doesn’t really taste coal fired. Meaning you don’t have that charcoal aftertaste in your mouth, which is interesting. I found the whole composition of this pie similar to that of Patsy’s, albeit I liked the sauce here a few notches better.
ian.mullens6/14/21, 5:08 p.m.
Great pie. Worth the hype. Probably my 2nd favorite joint in Manhattan now just behind John’s of Bleeker St.
cricketts5286/11/21, 4:05 p.m.
From Baltimore so this is by far the best Pizza I've ever had ate all but 1 piece to myself so lite and the crust was perfect
pink2236/7/21, 6:03 p.m.
Got it fresh out of the oven and honestly expected it to be better. Dough was a bit soft and floppy. The sauce is outstanding! Definitely not in the “9’s” but very good pizza. Would def come back
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david_rosenberg6/7/21, 5:42 p.m.
Great taste, fresh mozzarella, fresh sauce (a little on the sweeter side). Unlike El Prez, I did have some flop in my pie. Delicious pizza but not a 9 or better in my book.
braeden.bottner6/5/21, 7:06 p.m.
Pizza was delicious. Sauce had good tang and the slice itself had next to no flop. The only thing holding it back for me was the fact that it was trying to be Neapolitan and wasn’t as thin and crispy as some others. Still very much worth the trip to come taste.
joseph.haley6/4/21, 3:53 a.m.
Great pie and a great atmosphere. Pies came out crispy, gooey, and the sauce was nice and tangy. All in all, one of the best pizzas I’ve tried.
phillip.jones26/4/21, 3:00 a.m.
Amazing! Crust was near perfect with the crunch. John’s of Bleeker St edges it out though with overall taste and crunch.
ben.schwartz26/1/21, 4:56 p.m.
One bite everyone knows the rules. Great pie. Incredibly light and delicious. Tasted extremely fresh.