Not sure what anyone is thinking. But the frozen pizza that Dave reviewed shouldn’t be that high. Yes it’s better than grocery store bought pizza, but this is a 5 all day. Too greasy, lacks flavor in the sauce. Carlos in Atlanta is Way better.
brian_f5/7/21, 8:19 p.m.
First slice in New Haven! Great way to start it off! Perfect crust with some of the best sausage I ever had.
onestop5/5/21, 6:12 p.m.
So simple yet WOW what flavor. Perfect amount of everything and nothing overpowering. I’m a red sauce junkie but this pizza is worth the switch to white
kj.mano5/1/21, 12:48 a.m.
couldn’t wait to get it home. roof of my mouth is gone. excellent crisp and sauce.
brian.williams254/5/21, 6:03 p.m.
This place has some of the best I've had in New Haven so far. Solid Apizza and worth the drive from Cleveland Ohio.
cj.ivor3/13/21, 4:36 p.m.
We were recommended to this place by numerous friends. It did not disappoint. "The sauce holds it down. Sauce is like fresh crushed garden tomatoes. Aged grated cheese, has a sour hint. Crunchy crust, perfect char. So good dude." 🍕
kfigo443/9/21, 1:52 p.m.
Since we moved from West Haven, we have to order the frozen pies. They still are ten times better than anything in Greenville,SC. We love Zupps
scott.toscano2/26/21, 11:59 p.m.
HEY ZUPPARDI'S... where's the cheese? Wife says Elio's is better.
blue2red2/26/21, 11:55 a.m.
Certainly the best frozen pizza I’ve had. The crust tasted like fresh baked bread, a little light on sauce and cheese. Definitely a place I’d like to go in CT. Score would be higher if the size was a little bigger. At about $12 per 9.5” pie, it’s a little pricey for frozen pizza.
rannie.alsamkari2/3/21, 1:04 p.m.
Zuppardi’s Frozen Apizza from West Haven, Connecticut. Minimal flop, excellent crisp and flavor. Too greasy. Pizza comes shipped in 9.5” diameter size in a 6 pack. Solid 7.4. Probably better fresh.
kevin.price1/1/21, 7:54 p.m.
Happy new year what better way to start than this. The usual zesty bite to a CT style Apizza but cooked damn perfect as you come to expect from my reviews. The only thing I don’t like is the way they cut up here but nothing against it respect to tradition. I just kept wanna eating piece after piece hunger was not a factor either. A must when it comes to historic Pizza and if your a man of the pizz, this is a crust you can trust. Continuing an amazing run of reviews can’t wait to next week!
danny.danbury12/31/20, 6:54 p.m.
Me and my 3 year old murdered this pizza. Perfectly cooked beautiful crust. Perfect taste. On New Year’s Eve of all days to be perfect. My only complaint is the tiny skinny slices. I like a folded slice. Skinny slices I gotta eat twice as much. God Bless the Zuppardi family. My 3 year old says it’s too wild...still trying to figure out what that means.
griffin_foll12/30/20, 5:31 p.m.
Half original, half original with mozz. Both gas, but slightly prefer the original which is dumb sweet with a hint of pecorino.
doug.petro12/27/20, 7:45 p.m.
Great pie, think I probably prefer Sallys, but better price and nearly as good
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automatikbizooty12/12/20, 6:59 p.m.
Very solid apizza. A little thicker crust than I like. I have to give nearby Mike’s the edge on crust. Excellent homemade sausage. Best around.
wadezzeria12/11/20, 7:26 p.m.
I don’t mind some char on my crust, but this one was simply overcooked and dried out... the sauce and cheese could not rise to the task of complementing that dark bottom... disappointed