124 4th Ave, New York, NY | Directions 1000340.733118 -73.990156
Mon. - Sun. 11am - 11pm
Neighborhoods: Greenwich Village, Downtown
was there last night – i got some really good mushroom pizza last night they have tons of variations. its really cool. the people that work there are really friendly. me and my friends really liked it and its really close to union square so thats cool too.
Yumm-o – This place is sooo good! I love that i can pick diff. types of pizza w/o being a complete hog. You can have a bit of this and a bit of that...brilliant! The pizza is so addictive- i just love it! It is thinner than the typical slice so you don't feel weighed down after which is always a plus.
Great Pizza in a fun clean space. – Really good pizza...and so much nicer than the normal dirty old pizza place...If you haven't been you should GO...sometimes the place can be a bit noisy...but the food makes up for it! My favorite is the pepperoni pizza...but next trip I'm trying the mushroom...those portabello mushrooms look so tasty on the pizza...not so sure about the bacon and egg pizza...but looks interesting...I am always amazed at what other people eat here...there is a potato chip pizza...a strawberry with chocolate pie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I wish they had arrugula and proscuitto...
There is artwork on the walls...I live in Brooklyn but am in the Union Square area often and stop by to get my fix. Maybe they'll open a PIE in Fort Greene(hint hint)...
Great Pizza – Love this place. There is a great selection and I think it is more affordable than pizzerias who charge by the slice. The retro/funky design is cool. We always stop by when we are in the neighborhood.
One More Pizza Place – This place has a somewhat fun vibe to it, compared with many other places that serve pizza. Also, they serve up a great variety of combinations that one might not normally see, and the pizza is pretty good too; however, the fact that they put your slice of pizza on a scale to determine its weight goes a bit too far, and also results in paying a bit of a premium for a slice of pizza which, while good, does not merit paying more than one would pay at most places. Give it a try if you're up for a change of pace, but overall, there are better deals.
A hip spot selling imaginative oblong pizzas at affordable prices. – The Scene
The clean, curvaceous pop design distinguishes this narrow, brightly lit pizza joint. The room is dominated by a counter showcasing the day's fresh pizzas, which a bevy of young servers cut to order with scissors and sell by the pound. The restaurant's dearth of tables makes delivery an appealing option.
Pie takes a liberal approach to pizza, concocting a vast assortment of pies with toppings ranging from traditional to interesting--prosciutto and ricotta--to downright strange: potato chips and walnuts, or whole eggs. Experimentation is a good thing, but the classic Neopolitan offerings tend to be the tastiest. Crusts are thin and crisp, but a bit dry, which makes the sauceless pizzas less satisfying. Dessert pizzas, such as mascarpone and Nutella, and gelato and caramel, are surprisingly good.
New fav pizza place – What great pizza! Very veg & cool space too. Loved the dessert pizza. Cute staff, lots of fun.
A little Rome in NY – The pizza and the people remind me of the old school pizzerias in Rome. This is the way pizza was meant to taste like, not loaded with a ton of cheese and marinara. Neopolitan is the best. The restaurant itself is kind of a hole and very stuffy, but the pizza makes up for it.
Whats the big deal – Yeah, the thin crust pizza is very tasty, but the whole "snip and weigh" thing is a bit too precious. It also makes a couple pieces of pizza very expensive. And stay away from the pies with lots of toppings - you'll pay dearly for any extra weight!
Great pizzeria – Finally someone cleaned up pizzerias! Great thin crust, with lots of choices for toppings. Very inventive, love the Nutella pizza. Brunch pizza with eggs and bacon is delicious. Fast delivery too.
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