big pizza (18"), very cheesy, good crunch (get it well done), could use more sauce, similar to Time Square Pizza in Temecula
kevthesliceman11/23/20, 5:51 a.m.
Probably about as good as you can get with delivery pizza. Very traditional NY style pizza. Thin crispy crust, no flop whatsoever, and cheese that doesn’t slide off when you take a bite. The cheese could be a little higher quality, but it’s good for a chain pizza spot. The sauce is also missing a little something that would make it a pizza worth going out of your way for. It’s got that classic NY style dough taste, and it’s clear it was made in a traditional pizza oven. Ultimately, if you’re ordering in, this is your pizza for the are. But definitely don’t make a special trip.
jeff.soto4/22/19, 8:09 p.m.
Lots of flop, bit of a wait, but nice people working there to cover for the wait. Pepperoni had some bite but not a lot of cheese or sauce. Pizza was 18” but light, as close to a diet pizza because of the hand tossed light crust. A bit pricey too, almost 21 dollars for a one topping pie and no specials .
pizza4_life2/21/19, 9:03 p.m.
This place claims to be very east coast New York style pizza and in all fairness it has a lot of the qualities of that style pizza in that it is light, crispy, thin, no NY flop.... that’s it, otherwise it has nothing else in common the sauce to cheese ratio is not even close as they add very little sauce and what you can taste is bland and forgettable the cheese has no pull, its not gooey..... still better than the big chains out there
dbeez10/20/18, 3:59 a.m.
Delicious. Great crust, good crunch. Just wish their was a little bit more sauce personally.
gt8259/30/18, 1:59 a.m.
So I had a special guest my son. My score is posted the crust is amazing but the pizza itself is lacking in cheese and sauce. Basically a glorified breadstick
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