No a.c. hot dirty pizza sucks no flavor and dry not the real ny pizza was expecting batter quality will not go back
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Had a great lunch today after visiting the MET. My son had the garlic bread as an appetizer. For the main course we had the spaghetti boulognes and I had the cheese ravioli. Both were great. I had the tiramisu which was ok.. Not beyond...More
Pizza dive on Lexington. Near the end of the day, I guess that’s why the dining area seemed overdue for cleaning. Sure, sometimes pizza can be oily, but my slice was best described as “pooled”. Oh well, if that’s what they think sells...I should have...More
My daughter and I stumbled upon Don F following a visit to the Metropolitan. What a find! The staff could not have been friendlier and since it was about 2:30, we were seated pronto. I ordered Phil’s Favorite salad and it soon became mine. It...More
We were in NYC for four days and this lucky find was the food highlight of our stay. We had wandered around the night before for some authentic NY pizza but just hadn’t found anywhere. Then, while we were wandering around on our last day...More
Neighborhood Pizzeria that serves salads and dinners too. Pizza is always thin crusted and delicious . Prices are reasonable .
We just happened to be walking by when we decided to stop in to Don Filippo Restaurant for a quick lunch. Almost every table was taken and there was a line at the counter; good sign. Ordered their plain slices and the one (sorry, don’t...More
With three pizza parlors in a one block radius, there really is only one worth going to in the UES neighborhood. This is it. Jose has been behind the force behind this mainstay, greeting regulars by name and serving up delicious slices of cheesy, thin...More
A nice Italian restaurant were you can sit down before walking to Metropolitan Museum of art or Central Park! I like the location! Also it has a very delicious food like : Fettuccine Alfredo, make sure to add two extra meatballs and Italian Wedding Soup!
On the blustery day we visited, we needed a palce to sit and grab a small meal before ending our visit to the city. A local recommended the pizzeria across the street, but there was no place to sit down. We ordered a thin crust...More