Thin, crispy, very well cooked. A classic pie.
mike.fernino4/9/21, 2:10 a.m.
I came to the Madison restaurant because of Dave’s review. Plus I never knew of Grand and their connection to Wooster Street New Haven. The pizza was fantastic. Got a meatball and it was loaded. This is New Haven Style Pizza and you will love it.
l.ruggiero4/3/21, 11:59 p.m.
Still the best ahbeetz around. We had Pepe’s last night, it can’t even compare to Grand. Great sauce, cheese, and crisp.
apizzaiolo8/17/20, 1:26 a.m.
Had high hopes but found the cheese pie to be run of the mill grease slice. Definitely did not have the New Haven apizza qualities. Ingredients did not seem fresh and well balanced. Crust was extremely hard and over-crisp. Cheese ok, sauce understated. I would like to try the Clinton location and give them a second shot as the history seems solid.
cmr6212/21/20, 8:08 p.m.
Solid New Haven style, super crispy crust, light and airy. Dough, and sauce could use a little salt. Love how crisp the crust is. Zero flop.
tarla.grant2/8/20, 11:13 p.m.
Excellent!! Crust nice and crispy, cheese seasoned just right and sauce was perfect! 👍🏻
phil.ledwith11/27/19, 8:43 p.m.
Crisp crust with decent flop along with solid amount of cheese.
kevin.hagan11/12/19, 5:53 a.m.
Large pie with red sauce, mozzarella, and sausage on half. Excellent apizza. Well done without asking, which I liked. When it first came out, it did have some flop, and the sauce was a little runny, but after a few minutes it formed up. The sauce, cheese, and sausage all tasted excellent. Crust was very good but not as good as the sausage. Will definitely be back.
adrian.whaley6/10/19, 11:50 p.m.
Grand Apizza makes a very solid pie. Traditional NH style crust (though not cooked in coal fired oven). Good sauce to cheese ratio, not too greasy. Happy to have them as one of my neighborhood options
pizza.whore2/9/19, 2:27 p.m.
Delicious sauce, cooked crispy, tasty crust, little grease! South Madison’s best pie!