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845 Yelp Reviews
eric.colson4/20/22, 7:45 p.m.
Very cool shop, excellent smells upon arrival. Pizza is complex to compliment the wood fired simplicity.
jeremywitte11/27/21, 9:23 p.m.
Best cracker with cheese and sauce I’ve ever had. Not pizza, like el pres said. But it is delicious. Good sauce, very tangy. You can smell the cheese. All in all? A great cracker.
mikeyc210/5/21, 9:12 p.m.
This is a good snaking pizza. Cracker thin crust with good flavor. Not very filling at all.
notacop238/25/21, 12:27 a.m.
Worst pizza I've ever had. Ever. I've had Walmart brand frozen pizza better then this crap. I'm pretty sure they used premade dough. Thin crust. Bottom was like hard and very flakey. I'd give it a negative score if I could. Also, side note, it was 114 degrees in the store.
stoked_matthews2/15/20, 10:08 p.m.
No NYC flop. But with this style no kidding. Thinner than most thin crust. Don’t love the style especially this thin. It is like potato chip thin. Surprised Dave was this high all though it does taste pretty good.
eddie.grand2/10/20, 12:14 a.m.
Came here on National Pizza Day and was excited to try the pizza beaches of the good reviews. Honestly I was a little disappointed. It is good pizza but there’s not a lot of flavor. It’s like the strangest thing the pizza almost tasting like nothing. I spent most of the time trying to figure out what the pizza actually tastes like lol Not bad though just very light.
jason.côté12/30/19, 6:44 p.m.
No flop, super thin. Decent flavors. Great spot for those who love ultra thin crust.
eric.tracy12/27/19, 12:10 a.m.
Really good sauce and cheese. Just a little too thin, almost like eating a cracker. Great pizza tho
diarmaidbhk12/7/19, 4:36 p.m.
Located on 6th ave between 27th and 28th streets, Waldy’s isn’t much bigger than the other storefronts though it manages to feel spacious on the inside. Crust looks more like a tortilla or a round cracker than a traditional pizza crust so it packs a plethora of crunch after resting in their brick oven. It also retains more doughiness on top than I was expecting which is a pleasant surprise. The sauce also has a nice, rich mouthfeel and lots of tomato goodness. The only thing holding this pie back is the cheese which is not super melty. It may have something to do with it being a four cheese blend when I prefer pure mozz action. Pictured here is a small which is plenty for lunch. The lunch version also includes a can of coke and comes in under $8 which is a hell of a bargain.
richard.fetter9/20/19, 3:25 p.m.
Very strong cheese. It’s a nice blend and has a lot of flavor so tough to eat a lot of the pizza. Very thin and crispy crust.