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mister.slice3/22/22, 3:11 a.m.
This pizzeria doesn’t get the hype that the other big time Brooklyn spots get but it definitely deserves to be mentioned with some of the best pies in the borough. Super fresh ingredients, mouth-watering tangy sauce, sharply melted mozz and dough so delicious you know if had to be made with NYC water. You can stand in line for hours at the tourist traps or you can come here for authentic Brooklyn pizza that ranks up there with the best of ‘em.
holden.geary2/15/22, 11:27 p.m.
Great service and phenomenal sauce. Crust was delicious and folded very nicely. The basil really complimented the rest of the pizza especially when you load up on parmesan.
thatmattsmith1/24/22, 8:15 p.m.
Great crust. Undercarriage reminds me of your sister coming home from college during Christmas. Sauce well above average.
kevin.price1/8/22, 10:33 p.m.
Validation review. Fantastic slice perfect reheat crispy first bite to last with airy crust charred perfect. Fresh mozz with great flavor and pull to go along with chunky hearty sauce that is well seasoned with oregano and parm winding up with an amazing slice. Always a favorite
matt.bosch211/8/21, 3:36 p.m.
Runner up to Di Fara. This is probably one of my favorite slices. Amazing sauce and flavor. Seasoned very well. Crust is perfect, no flop. Location is tough with traffic but a trip there is worth it. This is top of the list for me.
reem.i11/2/21, 1:05 a.m.
Crust: soft, flaky, with a good amount of crisp. expected better Cheese:the taste was great, but there wasn’t enough, some slices barely had any cheese Sauce: good sauce, seasoning overload Overall: solid but not the best
john.smith30610/25/21, 1:04 p.m.
Ignazio's is excellence pizza. The plain slice is a thin crust slice with a generous amount of herbs and sauce and a good amount of cheese. For $4, it's of course a little more pricy than the $1-$3 slices you might find elsewhere, but this is a textbook case of "you get what you pay for." The only slight con with the plain slice is that the crust was a little dry and had me wanting to reach for water to compensate, but it was nothing bad; the crust was fine, just not amazing. As for the Sicilian slice, it was also excellent, and I actually think it just edged out the plain in terms of overall favor and amount for your money ($4.50), while still being of very high-caliber pizza. Being a Sicilian slice, it was very generous on the sauce of course, but not in an overbearing or gimmicky way and instead it offers a song and dance on your taste taste buds. Further, the crust did not have as much of that dry problem as the plain did- I suspect because of more airiness of the dough and seeping in of the oil. The Sicilian for me is an 8.8, but the Onebite review is for the plain as that's the baseline for a pizzeria. Keep in mind though that on the menu, Ignazio's does advertise that the Sicilian is their specialty, and I highly recommend getting one along with a slice of your choosing if you go there. Overall, great pizza to take out or dine in for and if you're in the area and hungry, it's a must try at least once to really get a sense of what Brooklyn and an acclaimed authentic Italian pizzeria can offer.
vromano194110/25/21, 12:35 a.m.
Great crisp, zero flop and very strong undercarriage. Gravy has a unique oregano flavor.
jake.enea5110/25/21, 12:23 a.m.
Tried the cheese and pepperoni. Flavorful tomato sauce with perfect amount of cheese, herbs, and oil. Combined what “artisan” pizzas do great with their mix of herbs and what “street side” pizzas do well with their oily flavor. Great Brooklyn slice.