Pizza Review
Average pizza. Dough did not taste fresh, but the crust is good. the sauce is what kills this pizza as it tastes like pasta sauce, more savory than sweet. herbs on top come through strong as well. the cheese flavor is pretty good. the ratio of sauce to cheese to dough is a little heavy on the sauce. overall this is a football style pizza with a lot of flop. nothing special and would not go back, much better pizza around. Again surprised how overrated this is on the app, this is nowhere near the 8’s.

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Pizza Review
What a disappointment. I’m with Dave Portnoy on this one. $9 + tax for two party cut slices. This is bought at 2pm, not that long after they’ve opened. I’m conflicted on whether I should’ve gotten a personal pie or I would’ve wasted it. *Di Fara* is $5 a slice! But that’s worth it. Just came from Mario the Baker an hour earlier. Definitely better. I’m on Day 2 of my Stamford pizza run while I’m in the area for one more day. On looks alone this pizza looks good. But frankly all I tasted was saltiness and the crust. I see oregano, couldn’t taste it. I see a decent amount of sauce, couldn’t taste it. They do give you parmesan, doubt it’s reggiano, but even that didn’t help somehow. Had a small amount of macaroni and cheese afterward and that parmigiana did help it’s taste. So I don’t know what’s going on. I’m not gonna do my usual breakdown by sauce, crust, and cheese because there’s not much to say except it’s cooked well enough and the cheese to sauce ratio was good. Just no taste and overpriced. Go to Sorrento Pizzeria and Restaurant or Mario the Baker, even John the Baker and Coalhouse are probably better just 2.5 miles up, or get something else downtown. Maybe I got a bad one that was out too late. It looks *really* good. But it was only 2pm and it’s not like other places don’t do a tasty slice that have been sitting out. I can’t recommend this place. Maybe get another pie and see yourself. But I didn’t like my slices, and even if I didn’t, neither did Dave.