Huge flop, a little greasy. Good football pizza. Light sauce with a heavy garlic kick. Nice crust but a bit doughy. Solid, everyday bus stop slice.
christopher.aquilino3/2/21, 3:45 p.m.
Low quality cheese, more cheese to sauce than I like but not a bad ratio, watery and not particularly flavorful sauce, I tasted a bit of oregano in one bite, really floppy slice with the crust cooked but only decently well, and I’d say the slices are mediumly thin. Overall, it’s average pizza. It’s not that distinguishable better from a $1 slice or any quick slice joint type pizza anywhere in the Tristate area. 34 years living here and I can say they changed ownership/pizza cooks several times—it used to be better. But this is really just the place you go to if you’re on foot nearby in town or you want pizza and wings and fast food *fast* and cheaper. That’s not to say it’s bad. They’re also cheaper than other spots and good for feeding a bulk of people. But don’t think of them as a spot specializing in Italian American food or as a great pizza spot. And that’s all perfectly fine.
empsonator5/1/20, 10:26 p.m.
Delivered while in quarantine in 20 minutes. Solid dough to cheese to sauce ratio without too much grease, would get again. My family’s consensus enjoyed this pie.
ryanallday10/8/18, 11:02 p.m.
Look at that flop Frankie. However this was some great football pizza, classic NY pizza. Not bad.
pizzascientist9/6/18, 7:21 p.m.
Firm crust, not greasy. Dough could be better, overall quality slice