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Totonno Pizzeria Napolitana
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 12–7:30PM
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1524 Neptune Ave Brooklyn, NY 11224
1524 Neptune AvenueUSNew York11224
$$Pizza Restaurant, Italian RestaurantToday 12–7:30PM
Friday 12–7:30PMSaturday 12–7:30PMSunday 12–7:30PMMonday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday ClosedThursday 12–7:30PM
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Beloved old-school joint furnishing thin-crust coal-oven pizza to Coney Island crowds since 1924.- Google
"Great thin crust pizza; sometimes a little too burnt for my taste."
"One of the oldest pizza places in New York. They do not accept credit cards."
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Ei Aungthet
3 months ago
Great pizza. TERRIBLE SERVICE. We had to ask for water 3 times before the server told us to go get it ourselves. Wasn't friendly at all. Kinda had an attitude and like we are bothering her when we asked for garlic powder.
Robert Byrnes
6 months ago
Still has good pizza,but nowhere near the same as when jerry made it back in the day. Mostly tourist now,so im not so sure they have tasted really good pizza before. Would i make a trip out of my way for the pizza? No. If im in the area,yes i would.
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Josh S
8 months ago
Amazing Pizza. Unsure if we can eat pizza anywhere else now. We tried some places close to our Manhattan hotel, and they did not compare. This is the spot to get great pizza.
Jacob Lothammer
5 months ago
Delicious pizza, pepperoni red peppers with onions sautéed was perfect, my 11 month old made the first timers wall.
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mark andujar
3 months ago
this is the way pizza was meant to taste. coal oven cooked. i love it with fresh garlic and sausage. i could eat a whole pie all by myself.
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Tyler Lund
9 months ago
Very old traditional pizza with a fantastic crust. The accolades make sense as this pizza is one of the best examples of why NYC is pizza heaven. The crust is crispy and slightly charred but not too stiff. Go for the margarita as the sauce and cheese blend perfectly together. Adding some fresh garlic and sausage was fantastic and added a bit more texture. Call ahead for pickup and enjoy it on the shore rather than inside the slow and cramped inside.
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Justin Levine
a year ago
After having come here many times, I have to concur with the majority: this is one of the best pizzerias in NYC. The woman whose the main waitress is Cookie Ciminieri, one of the owners and a descendant of Anthony "Totonno" Pero; she's actually a very sweet lady. Her son Lawrence is the main pizzaiolo here, and its amazingly great (and fortunate for us) that this pizzeria has stayed in the family. The crust is one of the very best around. Flavorful, charred, and with a perfect balance of crispness and lightness. The tomatoes are flavorful but not the best around, and the homemade fior di latte is creamy, but not the best around either--both work together perfectly with the crust, and are also balanced beautifully. The overall pie tastes fresh and delclious, and is the best excuse to trek out to Coney island. Don't even bother with toppings as they don't do the pie justice; get a margarita, because this is the pizza that put pizza on the map in the United States.
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John Baggott
a month ago
Pizza the way it should be, if you are in Coney Island and you want Pizza please please please do not go to the other options in the area,.