Pizza >Pomodora Restaurante-Pizzeria
“For ambience, it's not that great inside, but if you snag a plastic table and chair outside, you will have great people-watching all evening.”
“Sit down for a plate of their hearty gooey lasagna or, if you are on the run, grab a wedge of their delicious take-out pizza pie.”
“For my money, their pizza is the best around, and especially when you take into consideration the price.”
“love food and believe in second chances, but I was not impressed enough with this place to ever return.”
“The service was not on time, and the waitress was not helpful or positive in regards to her atitude towards my group.”
“Pretty good Italian for pretty cheap”
They've lost a lot of money. Just moved to the area and fell in love with the food. Brought the kids one night around 9ish, ordered and at 1020 I inquired about our order. I was told that they were closing when I walked in yet no one told me that. The entire staff was hanging out in the kitchen and they all looked like they were under the influence of something. The staff was rude and obnoxious.
Best Pizza in Manhattan!. I'm from Chicago originally so it was hard to part with "Chicago style pizza", but Pomodoro's made my transition SO easy. From the first bite of their famous Vodka Sauce pizza, I was hooked. I turned all my friends on to this little place, and now they are hooked too. I have tried their other pizza varieties, and they good too, but nothing special. The Vodka Sauce slice is their homerun! The crust is my favorite combo of chewy and crispy. The vodka sauce is bursting with chunky tomato flavor-plus-it is actually a little spicy! A nice little unexpected suprise. Try it, you'll love it. For ambience, it's not that great inside, but if you snag a plastic table and chair outside, you will have great people-watching all evening. Just don't crowd the joint, you have to save room for the locals!
User review by j_blankenship. No doubt, THE pizza place to go when visiting NYC!
Missing It. I was recently packing for a trip when the business card I had picked up at Pomodoro fell out of the bag. I was instantly carried back to memories of the best soup I have ever eaten outside of my own kitchen. Forget the Soup Nazi, because the best soup in NYC is at Pomodoro.
the best shrimp wreck dish.
this place has the best vokka dishes anywhere
so many pies to chhose there all great
User review by carleygirl. Love Pomodoro! As a native New Yorker touristy areas are not my thing but Pomodoro is so worth going to!
Vodka Pie well worth the trip.
It sounds odd, but once you try the Vodka pie you will become a believer. I skip all the other tourist traps along Mulberry, and head straight to Pomodoros for my favorite speciality pie in the city. The servers are always very pleasant and the portions beside the pizza are always a good size.
THe only complaint is the bathroom is pretty tiny (airplane tiny).
I Swear It Has Healing Powers. I'm a student and my mom was visiting me up here from Texas for spring break. We were doing the SOHO, Little Italy thing and I started feeling really ill, so we decided to go back to the hotel. On the way to the subway, we passed Pomodoro and decided to get some soup, to go. I ate my Pasta Fagioli back at the hotel and I started feeling better. I don't know if it was the taste, the comfort of fresh soup or what, but it was wonderful. You should take orders to ship your soup or open a branch in Austin, because Texas could use food like this.
WOW. My girlfriend and I were visiting NY this summer from San Diego, and we stumbled across this place while bouncing around SOHO and Little Italy. We were ready for lunch and decided to try it out. Was I glad we did! This place had it all, quaint atmosphere, friendly and charismatic staff, and amazing pizza! Try the mussels al la vodka, and by all means get some slices (my favorite was the fresh mozarella!). We liked it so much we made a special trip back on our last day of the trip! Cheers to Pomodorro!
Pretty good Italian for pretty cheap. Great value on the dinner specials (salad, pasta, and small soda for around $10). Will have to go back and try the pizza. Beware: the vodka sauce is SPICY!
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