william.manto1/13/22, 6:36 p.m.
Molten lava cheese, too floppy for my liking, sauce tasted a little to much like speggehti sauce. Not bad but not great. Fogetaboudit!
ryan.rutherford9/19/21, 5:12 p.m.
Established in 1990, it’s not as old school as the pizzerias you’ll find in New Haven, but the style is very similar. Upon first bite, I noticed 2 things: the pizza tasted salty and burnt. A nice char can provide a wonderfully smokey flavor, but burnt dough is practically inedible. For such a well done pie, it’s not very crispy at all, except for the crust which is also borderline burnt. The saltiness comes from the heavy grease that invades the cheese & sauce. The cheese is standardly generic and oily. Unfortunately the salty & oily taste renders the flavor of the sauce virtually undetectable. Maybe I got a bad pie that was left in the oven too long, but this joint is too far to try again. I could have gone lower with the score, but I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt. Based on my experience, I can’t recommend; stick to New Haven pizza if you venture out this way.
brennan.brooker18/27/21, 3:13 p.m.
Stop #1 solid. Could use more flavor in the sauce but very classic solid slice. Probably a little high on the score but our first new haven pizza spot is in the books. Next up: Frank Pepe’s
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mikeybuddha7/24/21, 7:27 p.m.
Little tiny bit soupy in the middle right out the oven. Incredible taste and texture. That crisp and char are magic
sisterdelarossa9/21/20, 10:37 p.m.
Amazing aroma! Tasty and complex sauce, more like a pasta sauce. Crust is cooked perfectly but there are a few problems! The crust is flat or without flavor, like a bland cracker. Now the LAZY. Stretch the dough so its Not so thin in the middle and gets a sauce pool. Now the Stupid! CUT THE PIZZA ALL THE WAY THRU from edge to edge!!!
michael.cardarelli4/19/20, 3:16 a.m.
A lot of flop cheese was funny tasting undercarriage was soft just not a great pizza. Sally’s still the best pie around!!