One of the best pizzia places in Yorktown NY,Joe and Tony are getting up there in age so the pies come out different every time!
jake.tuckner6/3/23, 4:14 a.m.
Quintessential NY pie. Real old school - cash only, shows the pie to you before handing it over. Amazingly fresh toppings. Made with love and mastery.
jim.manush12/4/21, 4:01 a.m.
Best pizza around. Sometimes can be a bit inconsistent but this pizza I just had was perfect. No flop, great taste, cooked more well done. Great pie/place. Joe and Tony are great and the best pizza guys around. If going definitely by a whole pie, they’ve been known to give out some less than stellar single slices. Overall can’t go wrong. They’re from the other side so you get an Old school nostalgic feel.
tobeymaguire10/10/21, 4:43 p.m.
Very good slice. Sweet sauce, nice cheese, and very a crispy crust. It comes with a nice sprinkling of herbs and spices too. Gotta dash!
gregs01158/26/21, 2:46 a.m.
I got the world famous tin foil slice. I mean pizza boxes cost what? 10 cents?
cjaquilino4/3/21, 11:15 a.m.
Napoli’s is polarizing if you look at the reviews. I think that partly down to people who order a slice versus a fresh pie or maybe the Boss Man has become more inconsistent with age, like some people are saying, I don’t know. I got a slice. But I’m curious enough to get a fresh pie next time. This place literally looks like a small pizza hut. It’s a little old school joint run by Italians from the old country. It’s got the red bench table combo seats and counter you’ve seen everywhere since the at least the 80s. They told me this place is over 30 years old at its current location and they actually still list on their website that they’re from Peekskill…you can tell they must’ve paid a dude to just throw up a website on that “internet thing”. But on to the pizza. Crust is a bit thicker than most places around here. It’s got a chewy top to it. Browned but not charred much. It is not light or airy. Sauce was abundant with a big pop of dry oregano. Quite a bit. Cheese was blotted on and greasy. A distinctive slice compared to many places nearby. But I can’t say it’s the best like these very high reviews, nor is it below even a 5.0 on my scale. Because that includes a lot of things called “pizza” and different styles and types from all over the place. Anyway, I’m going 6.5 but my final opinion will be based on a fresh pie.
hvpizzaking9/14/20, 6:36 p.m.
Saw the guy and was expecting that real fucking ginny shit. What I got was a terrible slice. Didn't even heat it up and tasted like it sat there for 3 hours. Heavy on the oregano, greasy without any sort of warmth, and a cement like crust.
sean.chick12/3/19, 11:58 p.m.
This place is a treasure. It’s as if they took a ghetto pizza shop and placed it in northern westchester. The pizza is the best around. Don’t let the bare bones decor or the fact that you need to ask “the boss man” for toilet paper. This place is well worth the trip. Cash only, and the Arizona iced teas are $2 regardless of the 99 cents printed on them that has been scratched off with a key.
mr.mozzerella11/8/19, 8:35 p.m.
The slice was ready in less than 2 minutes and served warm at best. The cheese was undercooked and soupy. Huge flop. Every element was under seasoned. The sauce had no tang and way too much dried Oregano. The cheese seemed like very low quality and the dough recipe was bland. Halfway through the slice I had to put salt, garlic and Parmesan cheese on it to get some flavor. One on the worst slices I have ever had.
bart.sangiuolo8/24/19, 5:50 a.m.
Best pizza in town 2 Italian guys off the boat. Taste of this pizza beats anything around
danielle.payne8/2/19, 3:41 a.m.
Don’t mind all my extra parm cheese. Love, love, love this pizza
pizzascientist11/28/18, 9:07 p.m.
As old school as it gets. No cash register, the guy just keeps change in a cardboard box. Pizza was way too greasy though, crust was burned.
ryanallday9/15/18, 7:54 p.m.
Owners are straight from Italy, old school guys. Pizza presented to you before you buy it.