This place has some dank pizza! Best pizza in the area!!! Owner is really nice and it is a family owned and run business. Now onto the flavor, the dough has a nice crunch but is still fluffy on the inside. The cheese and sauce go great together. I can tell the sauce and dough are both made at the store. I stopped in with some friends and picked up a pie, garlic nots and some mozzarella sticks. Price was fair and filled us all up!! I will definitely be returning in the future.
the pizza.snob11/17/19, 11:19 p.m.
Ok errr Alright Frankie...Pizza Snob here. 1st review on One Bite and the bar has been set very high. This IS NOT MOVIE TIME PIZZA! New shop with a talented Pizza maker, OLD SKOOL pizza is here and hopefully to stay for a long, long time. I’m a bit shocked and surprised at the reviews that are currently up. Not sure what the 2 clowns who visited Old Skool and wrote about it on One Bite were thinking...maybe just a bad day? Anyways back to Old Skool; Pizza is superb. Crust is fresh and doesn’t have that frozen taste like so many other local spots. Sauce is fresh and has a very good abound of tang and I’ll get to that later. Cheese is standard and works well with everything else. Zero to 3 on the flop and that’s perfect by me. Now, back to the crust, dough, and sauce; talked to the owner and he broke it down for me. Sour dough from a starter more than 5 years old. Real pizza people will understand. Dough and crust literally taste like you’re eating NYC pie, not Westchester Pizza. REAL San Marzano tomato’s in his sauce. Makes a HUGE difference. Dude seemed to have his stuff together and that goes along way in my eyes and bumps up the score. Old Skool is legit and the pizza is unlike anything in its vicinity. Well not like anything I’ve tasted so far. I’ll be reviewing a lot and I’m glad Old Skool was my first. Great job, and I didn’t burn my face off.
mr.mozzerella10/26/19, 8:38 p.m.
The store is called “Old Skool Pizza” now. The owner and two other people were sitting at the tables closest to the entrance when I walked in. They didn’t get up! A plain cheese slice is $3.00 USD. It is the smallest slice I have ever seen. Huge flop, served warm at best. The dough is bland and chewy. The best part of the “slice” is the crust. It is crunchy and had a good amount of char. The mozzarella is very low quality and soupy. The dough is decent at best. There is way too much oregano on the sauce and it has zero salt or tang. This is not The worst I’ve ever had but it is very close. Between the size of the slice and the owner not getting up from a table really drags the score down. My score would have been a 2.5 but the fact that I couldn’t sit in the shop because the owners and workers were occupying the tables knocks a full point off. Avoid this place at all costs!!!
john.bonelli9/26/19, 4:16 p.m.
Recently renamed to Old Skool Pizza (the spelling mistake is on them). I mean the place only exists because of the movie theater next door. As I’m writing this, they’re blasting Anthrax through their speaker system. In a pizza parlor. This place is tacky with a capital T. Their table cloths don’t help either. One look at this joint and you’ll know what’s coming. Bad pizza. I think 5.2 is too generous, but as we all know - you can’t change your initial score. Oh well. I won’t get into the details of the slice because I don’t think you’d want me to.
pizzascientist10/10/18, 5:05 p.m.
The worst I’ve had yet. Greasy, tasteless, barely any sauce. Charging 2.75 for this is a crime against humanity.