izzy123511/21/20, 11:49 p.m.
Imo blows the doors of Angeloni's. I know I know, same owners same pizza. Well your wrong. It stays crisper, its lighter and less chew more crunch. One of my favorite pizzas to eat.
pizzasherpa229/14/20, 11:02 p.m.
“Thinny Thin”... Is the move.. Probably would have been in the high 7s if it didn’t have so much flop. Need to cook it longer.
kevin.price9/7/20, 11:57 p.m.
This one stood no chance easily could’ve eaten another. Super thin cooked crispy but not killed. Incredible taste. Little bit greasy in a good way. Strangely similar to another certain place in the Caldwells🤔 this is super petite mom you wanna give it to over and over!
dathertz8/1/20, 12:19 a.m.
Thinny Thin. If you like thin, almost non existent crust this pie is hard to beat.
sicilian_mike_812/18/20, 9:27 p.m.
I’ll start out by saying I’m not a bar pizza guy. The only real thin crust I like are Grandma slices and Old Fashion slices ... but I like those styles thin or thick ... next this place overall has very good food outside of the pizza so I’m a little bias , and it’s walkable from my house and I love the owners Nick and Mike ... but there bar pizza is what it is , thin crust bar pizza ... but it being that it is tasty , as a sauce 1st guy their cheese is better than the sauce .. overall it’s decent bar pie .. bar pie has to be amazing to get me over 6.5 for this style of pizza !! GREAT PLACE OVERALL !!
lennoll11/29/20, 2:26 a.m.
Word is this Thinny Thin pizza is the same as made at nearby Angeloni’s. el Prez scored it 8.8. No way. It’s good, but nowhere near THAT good.