Considering how much I loved their traditional slice, this was thoroughly disappointing. If I wanted less than desirable pizza with no uniqueness to it I would’ve ordered Domino’s.
matt_donovan07313/16/21, 11:29 p.m.
Crust was a little floppy and pizza was a bit greasy, it did have sausage and pepperoni so can't hold that against them too much. Had good flavor overall though, loved the fresh ingredients. I'd say best NY style pizza in the Antioch area I've tasted so far.
alex.husko6/20/20, 11:35 p.m.
@kevin. de lucia Kevin, I think you should give Tony’s another try. Being from Chicago I wasn’t born and raised around NY or Conn style; however, I have grown to really look at,appreciate, and dissect the regional varieties. To just slam Tony’s with a 2.7 is absurd. Tony’s holds it’s own with the good NY pie that I’ve had and is boss for the upper small town Midwest. Please tell me who your comparing this to that is not a Lucalis, Di Fara, or Johns. Have you been back here? I’m not trying to knock your score but this is a legit pie maker and that score can definitely diminish the viewpoint of a objective person with a craving for a good east coast style pie in the area. I am not an owner or relative of the family but I am a little offended by that score. Please give them another try.
kevin.de lucia4/24/20, 4:36 a.m.
Being from Jersey I was really excited when a NY style pizza came to town. Place is terrible, sauce tastes like canes sauce dough is ok cheese is cheap and greasy. Gave them 5/6 tries Never again! Place sucks