steve.w138/18/23, 3:32 p.m.
This pizza was not cooked in a coal fired oven like traditional New Haven pizza. I will say the pizza was tasty and had a light crispy crust but it’s missing the coal fired char!!! If this same pizza was cooked in a coal oven it would be way better and actually New Haven style. I would eat it again.
andy.clarke27/14/23, 12:38 a.m.
Love the crunch and the cheese was delicious. Great taste, not overly greasy; just a really good pie.
del.dog7/9/23, 9:40 p.m.
Tastes like seafood, but not fishy. Only floppage due to my weak hold, charred undercarriage. If you’re into white clam, about as good as it gets.
pizzatour1/28/23, 8:49 p.m.
Ordered the Tomato Pie and the Cheese. Neither were great. Dough was doughy and there was too much cheese on the Cheese. They cook these in a deck oven and not a coal fire oven. Cannot be called "apizza" without coal fire. Tasted like chain pizza.
patrick.moreland6/11/22, 7:15 p.m.
Really crisp crust and piping hot. Very fresh ingredients and good texture.
kfigo446/10/22, 11:51 p.m.
It’s not really New Haven Apizza, but it’s pretty good. Little undercooked and they didn’t have any clams. Too many toppings makes it’s soggy.
cody.richardson5/22/22, 4:59 p.m.
Best pizza in the DMV, when i saw on maps the name of this place i had to stop. I been to new haven, to rosas in boston and joes in NYC so i know my pie. This pizza had the best taste around. Potential for the 9s if it was a little less flop and grease. Regardless still yet to find a better place in the DMV area.
rafael.mullet5/18/22, 1:12 a.m.
One of the better DC pizzas. Sauce is light, crust is crunchy.
nyerinmd9/16/21, 5:08 p.m.
I am from NY originally and have done multiple one bite reviews. After hearing Dave talk about New Haven Style and how it is the best, I had to try Pete's. Much like Dave, I am pretty discerning about my pizza, especially as a native NYer. I had this delivered, and even like warm, it was the perfect crisp, undercarriage, flavor with zero flop I have ever had! I am blown away. It is worth the trip. Run, do not walk, to try this pizza!
kilty.mcbagpipe8/28/21, 10:15 p.m.
This is really good pizza but it’s too thick to be New Haven apizza. About half the pie had a garlic taste while the other half had a more apizza flavor. Sauce was sweet but crust was average. Pretty damn good for this part of the country.
chris.leroy8/22/21, 10:15 p.m.
Score relative to other DC pizza places. I’m from nyc and this is the closest to a NYC style as you’ll get that in my opinion isn’t bad. Dc is flush with fancy pizza places but this style is what this town needs.
mike.o'brien47/23/21, 3:08 p.m.
One of the best in the DC area. Crispy, chewy crust and just an overall solid pie.
mickydeez6/3/21, 10:59 p.m.
Doesn’t come close to the pizza of its namesake, but an earnest pie for the DC area
wsaba34/25/21, 11:19 a.m.
A New York slice if I’ve ever seen one. Definitely nothing special to write home or make a trip over, overrated on the app. But quality New York corner in Times Square pizza with a little sweet sauce.
elliot.grossman8/2/20, 12:14 a.m.
Thin, crispy, delicious. You’re able to order well done or lightly baked if you order online