t-rex.pizza1/30/23, 11:50 p.m.
About as perfect as traditional slice gets. Every bite was a symphony of flavors. Outstanding sauce, outstanding crispness, perfect cheese to sauce ratio, and zero flop. Just superb. Every football type slice cooked in a traditional oven should aspire to be Joe aka the Pizza Maestro!
griddletakes12/21/22, 5:48 p.m.
A very very nice pizza. Flavor gets better as it cools. Amazing crust
bigdaddytom879/25/22, 6:03 p.m.
I'm proud to say that Joe's is in my neighborhood and Dave's score of 8.1 isn't an exaggeration or an act of kissing ass. These guys make fantastic pizza in a city full of two great spots and plenty of mediocre to average ones. It's perfect pizza in my opinion.
nicolas.rambajue8/16/22, 2:57 a.m.
Great pizza! I think this is definitely the classic NYC slice, Greasy and crisp! I love the fact that I didn’t feel sluggish after eating 3 slices. So worth making this one of our regular locations since its 10mins away from home.
ejpuds_718/15/22, 3:53 p.m.
Really good pizza, super thin lotta flavor, no flip highly recommended. And Sicilian 8.6 melts in your mouth
hvpizzaking2/26/22, 1:38 a.m.
Another light slice. Ratios were on point and the sauce was great. Not a crispy pizza but had some crunch at the beginning and end. Crust was dried out and the dough needed to be spruced up. Cheese was a good quality. Sicilian had no crisp. Said it was what they were known for but I found the regular slice to be better. Sal’s in Mamaroneck Sicilian smoked this one. I could only give that slice a 6.4 but still a solid neighborhood joint.
danny.noyport12/26/21, 8:31 p.m.
With the customers and Portnoy giving it equally an 8.1, I JD to check it out. It falls short of the 8 in my eyes, but it’s a really good quality traditional slice. Good crust, zero flop, good undercarriage...a little on the heavy side. Sauce was decent, not spectacular or overly memorable. It’s something I’d have every single day and never get sick of but not anything I’d drive out of the way for. I feel wrong disagreeing with the master, but it is what is. For Me it was very good, not great.
tom.hardman12/8/21, 11:20 p.m.
Regular was 7.8 and Sicilian 8.3, so 8.1 overall. When the door opens, you get cold at the first table Good vibes though
paulfrommontauk11/28/21, 10:04 p.m.
Joe’s Sicilian slice is hard to beat. Light, fluffy, crispy crust. Cheese marries the tangy sauce. It also travels well. I got 4 Sicilian slices to go after eating 3 Sicilian slices. Joe’s is a special place to eat
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mr.mozzerella7/22/21, 6:23 p.m.
Served Gal Gadot hot in 1-2 minutes with a hard Gramatan Ave crisp and a tiny Broad St. flop. First Bite Score: 6.4 The sauce is very simple and old school. It is seasoned well and is very light but it lacks salinity. The mozzarella is pretty good, but not great, with average salinity and chew. The dough is very nice with a solid undercarriage and almost perfect char. The flavor is nice but also under salted. Sub Score: 7.1 SAUCE: add a pinch more salt and this could touch the low 8.0’s MOZZARELLA: with a higher quality and better placement this would really make the score jump DOUGH: perfectly thin and crispy undercarriage and soft fluffy center of the crust but needs a pinch more salt. Summary: the oven here is made of magic and fairy dust. In just one short minute it shot out a perfectly crisp 451° slice with very little flop or oil buildup. The only thing missing from this slice is salt. Add that then this rework would have landed in the low 8.0’s. Final Score…
goblue_8452/1/21, 2:58 a.m.
Good, solid slice; thin and light for a “football-type” pie, and the mozzarella was fresh. Also love the big, framed 2006 Italia World Cup Championship picture, as well as everyone in the pizzeria speaking Italian. The only minor knock is that the sauce distribution was slightly inconsistent. Other than that, a great overall pie.