Really fresh. Good sauce. Double pepperoni.
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d-pizza10/16/22, 3:12 a.m.
Super crispy. Sauce and cheese are good. $20 small pizza, which seems high. There are better options nearby, but it’s a very good pie.
kmcnally110/6/22, 10:08 p.m.
This place USED TO BE the GOAT. The OG coal fired pizza. It was a must visit every time we were in NYC. Its gone way down hill. They got rid of the old kitchen. They now only have medium pizza. Its just OK. TO WHOEVER OWNS LOMBARDIS NOW, PLEASE BRING HER BACK TO HER ORIGINAL GLORY!!!
raymond.tosti7/17/22, 7:04 a.m.
We got the Double Pepperoni and this pizza was IMMACULATE!! Full bodied sauce with flavor and it didn’t miss a beat. The crust was rich and had the right amount of crunch. This is a big hedonistic pie that delivered bite after bite. This is by far The Best Pizza in the city!
dicicco.cosentino7/7/22, 4:41 p.m.
This pizza was truly a bite of history with its coal fire bake and it’s original recipe from the early 1900’s. This is easily an 8.6- with a beautiful bake , char spots, fresh mozzarella, sweet basil and a wonderful bright sauce.
jtm27275/7/22, 7:28 p.m.
I grew up two blocks from Lombardi’s and came here all the time growing up. For years, I was convinced that it was the best pizza in the world, and for a while, that may have been true. Unfortunately, it appears to have collapsed into tourist trapdom - while it was always pricy, I was very surprised to learn that it’s now served at only one size (12 inches, about equivalent to a personal pie) but still costs about the same. As for quality, it’s still a good pizza, but not at the heights that it once was (notably, the crust doesn’t have that special coal-fired feel that it used to have). Definitely not worth the price or wait - on the plus side, Rice to Riches is as good (and as overpriced) as I remember, if you’re in the mood for rice pudding!
matt.ohara4/24/22, 8:06 p.m.
The sauce is 2nd to none. It’s a darker sauce so paired with the brick oven it really gives it a deep taste.
fakurpizza3/29/22, 12:56 a.m.
It’s 17 degrees outside at the end of March on a Monday. It a vast land of uncertainty that is the world today, the only constant I can tell you at this moment is this pizza is a 7.2. Nice crispy curst and cheese, but sauce was just okay. Nice inside though, check it out you big city slicker.
shawn.orr2/5/22, 11:38 p.m.
lombard is should be the best in the world since he was basically the founder of pizza in the late 19th century /early 20th century!
rob2310/22/21, 5:19 p.m.
Was really good wasn’t out of this world and it’s cash only keep that in mind atm is $3.25 but overall good pizza
nik0lai10/14/21, 4:41 p.m.
kinda mid.. good crunch and under carriage but everything else was just forgettable. Not a pizza I’ll remember or come back for
patrick.myers18/16/21, 4:42 p.m.
Hot pizza, crisp, fantastic crust and the old world charm. Loved the old oven (pictured). We loved the pizza, but a bit more cheese would have raised the score.
s.s397/16/21, 12:17 a.m.
Tourist trap. Although it maybe the first pizzeria in America, the pizza is horrible. Bland, dull taste. Save your money and time and enjoy one of the many other pizzas nearby.
danny.miller117/15/21, 11:22 p.m.
All crisp, minimal flavor. Very underwhelming eating at NY's first pizzeria or whatever it is. It has amazing crisp & thinness if you're into that but to me it was pretty bland and just had flour all over the crust. For the quality ingredients & great crisp it earns a 6.9, but with rubirosa within walking distance, just go there.