American Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 AM – 12:00 AM
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511 E 5th St New York, NY 10009
511 East 5th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10009
$$American RestaurantToday 11:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Friday 11:00 AM – 12:00 AMSaturday 11:00 AM – 12:00 AMSunday 11:00 AM – 12:00 AMMonday 11:00 AM – 12:00 AMTuesday 11:00 AM – 12:00 AMWednesday 11:00 AM – 12:00 AMThursday 11:00 AM – 12:00 AM
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Hip, rustic-chic hub pairing bespoke cocktails with gourmet pizza, small plates & oven-baked pasta.- Google
"For dessert, we shared the brownie sundae and a root beer float."
"Amazing grandma pizza and very attentive and nice employees."
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STM Polaris
2 months ago
Epic Thin crust Pizza outside of New York? Yup and it cost much less. Great flavor and this delicious toping on the chesse pizza....I think it's fresh parmesan. They ironicly have a competitor down the street called Bella Napoli.....GG's costs more but is more artisian. Great place....and high decent customer service.
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Angela Fernandez
2 months ago
Amazing grandma pizza and very attentive and nice employees. Loved it so much took a cab down from the upper east side to pick up a pizza once.
Anna Ben Yehuda
a week ago
Ambiance better than the food.
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Yvonne Lee
a year ago
Delicious!! A quaint little restaurant in Alphabet City (from the folks of Morgensterns ice cream in the Lower East Side), great cocktails and great food. Their specialty cocktails are very reasonably priced from $9-12, which in this day and age is pretty much unheard of in NYC. Loved the Good Life cocktail with gin, lemon, egg white, and plum (?). The highlight of the evening was absolutely the Grandma Pie pizza. Bready and crispy crust, and those smaller curled pepperonis are essential. The garganelli pasta was delicious, I thought the lemon ricotta would be weird, but it was very light and subtle. The stuffed agnolotti pasta was okay, the sauce is on the sweeter side. For dessert, we shared the brownie sundae and a root beer float. Will have to go to the actual Morgensterns location for the more exciting flavors, but the ice cream was thick and rich. Overall a great dining experience, will be back for more pizza!
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Chris Welty
2 weeks ago
Unusual to distinguish a place for pizza in NY, but this one has really good pizza in a rather unique style (not NY style) with good wine and craft brews. Worth the trip.
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Renaud Bourassa
10 months ago
Good pizza, but nothing exceptional given the other options in the neighborhood (Motorino, Luzzo's). The Grandma Pie and JCVD were both good. One of our pie was slightly burned. The place has a full bar with a dedicated bartender making great cocktails. By the time we left on Friday the place was fairly crowded.
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Chris Welty
11 months ago
You have to go a long way to convince me to say a pizza place is special, but this place is. Not your NY style pizza (which I do love), but a pretty unique combination of super fresh crust and sauces and weird toppings (black sausage.... Whaaaaat?). Decent beer selection and full bar. Gets crowded. Hats off to the village voice for suggesting this place.
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The Corcoran Group
9 months ago
Come for the pizza (especially the 1986 Pie), stay for the dessert. The GG's Sundae is epic. Get both and thank us later.