It’s ballsy to specifically put “NY” in your name when you’re in the heart of Chicagoland. However, these guys do it right. I’ve been to New York and tasted some slices in and around Manhattan. This is comparable to what I had, so you know they’re done their homework. Left side is the Snow White, right side Pepperoni. I’m a purist so I won’t speak to the white pizza, which was good though. The dough on both was thin and crispy with no flop when folded. There was a good amount of cheese and the sauce was light. The red sauce had a heavy flavor or basil. It tasted more geared toward a margherita style. It made this pizza stand out as their own, which I like when spots aren’t forgettable. The crust was puffier, which typically is uncharacteristic of NY slices, but again, I liked the differential execution, because it gave an extra grip and airy crunchy finish. Overall, this is a solid spot. If NY slices are your thing, this is one of the best I’ve had in the area.
mattpro123/26/21, 12:17 a.m.
Definitely one of the best slices in the burbs. Such fresh ingredients and great sauce.
steve.fishwick11/5/19, 6:27 p.m.
Great slices. Little to no flop, good crisp, good sauce, and crust is very good.
skyler.russ7/15/19, 11:42 p.m.
Little flop, solid thin crust, cheesy, not too greasy, & the marinara sauce taste great
saladbar877/11/19, 6:00 p.m.
I’ve seen this place on my way to work for three years so I decided to give it a shot two weeks ago and I’ve been there 4 times. All fresh organic ingredients from local farmers. Mamma was even in the back peeling fresh basil
kyle.horazdovsky4/2/19, 10:53 p.m.
No flop whatsoever one of the best crust around a little bit on the chessier side but overall great pizza
no.flop9/21/18, 4:55 p.m.
Fresh ingredients. Crust has a good crunch to it though may be a bit thick around the edge. You’re getting little to no flop on these slices. Sauce has a really nice garlic taste to it. Sauce to cheese ratio is great