Well is Thanksgiving day pizza review time. We went to Frank Pepe’s in Yonkers last night only to find it was closed, maybe slow on Thanksgiving eve? So we ended up going into NYC to Harlem to a place I’ve been before but hadn’t reviewed. Mama’s Too I has been there a couple years now, always lots of specialty pies. Last night we had spinach and ricotta, soprassatta and honey, and this slice with the beautiful curled up pep cups. I LOVE the crispy, burnt edges of cheese and oil on the crust. These pies are full of air pockets like a really good bread. Well rationed sauces, cheese and toppings. I like the pizza here a lot. 8.3. That’s a review
topher_clerk2/24/21, 11:32 p.m.
it’s a 9.1 for me. The tang of the sauce paired with the diffeeent find of cheeses and the garnish on top. Mamas Too signature crust is 👌🏽
sarah.delrosso12/22/20, 6:12 p.m.
i love their slices, the bread and crust is unreal and the sauce is good. the cacio e pepe slice is the way to go. upper west side staple.
kevin.price12/11/20, 11:52 p.m.
First bite was heavy basil lol after that buttery crazy good crust artisanal if you will. Cheese had some good bite and a pretty tasty sauce long wait for a slice was worth it for sure.
mickydeez11/17/20, 3:26 a.m.
Stand out pie. Sauce was very good, had just a very simple baseline tomato flavor. Cheese was rich and the dough was special, the crust had the flavor of something like a loaf of high quality bakery bread.
jcaputo328/17/20, 9:50 p.m.
Mama’s Too makes some of the best pizza in Upper Manhattan and if you haven’t tried it you probably should because it’s worth the hike. There house slice which is pretty thin and then out of nowhere hits you in the face with a monster crust is definitely in that upper tier of reg slices. It’s crunchy yet airy and the basil and shaved parm topping really bumps it up a notch. The squares, however, we think stole the show. This is how squares need to be! Crunchy/slightly burnt caramelized crust and a center filled with all the air pockets one could dream of. The regular slice wherever we go is always our go to but if you go to this place without getting there Angry Nonna square you might as well never eat pizza again
jtm27276/24/20, 1:39 p.m.
Overpriced for what it is, still solid. Had the pepperoni squares ($5 each, I’d put those around a 6.9 - they were a bit much for me, should’ve ordered only one) and a regular slice ($4, 7.7 - classed up NY slice, great crust, ton of basil, Parmesan was a bit distractingly sharp). Docking a tenth for price and wait.
arman.samouk3/9/20, 5:16 p.m.
Delicious pizza. House slice was incredible, definitely recommend!
nadel1/27/20, 2:30 a.m.
Square pepperoni slice was burnt, but has potential. - House slide was a solid 8.5
southernole11/2/19, 6:33 p.m.
We got the caramelized onion and sopresseta squares. Incredible crust! The onion was delicious and had a surprise sweetness to it. The sop had a honey on it that was also a pleasant surprise. We will be coming back TODAY!
k.chay10/30/19, 4:17 p.m.
Good slices (pep and sopresato). Hard to eat given size and shape. Good tho
alex.ross99/8/19, 2:22 a.m.
Great square slice. Vodka sauce on the right, hot sopressata on the left. Light, fluffy, fantastic flavor
mike.m19758/31/19, 2:31 p.m.
Great slice, like a well done slice, best pizza in the neighborhood
sarah.dahan8/11/19, 6:16 p.m.
The upside down slice saved the day. Vodka slice was second best, unimpressed by the house slice.
cheesesaucedough8/9/19, 5:18 p.m.
Wins my heart right if the bat with the post-bake fresh basil (and post-bake grated cheese by the looks of it). Immediate boost to the senses. Main detractor for me was sauce that was a bit too plentiful and a tad too sweet - lost the balance of the slice that would have propelled it into the 8s and beyond. That said, still great quality for a NY slice that’s worth a stop if you’re in the area.