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Patrons line up into the wee hours to snag signature artichoke pizza from this counter-service spot.- Google
People talk about sicilian, long lines, one slice, crust and margarita
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
Absolutely without a doubt some of the most delicious pizza I have ever tasted! Their signature slice is huge, creamy and an absolute delight! Its definitely the place I hit up for late night pizza. Great price for great food! Win/win!
reviewed a month ago
JUST OK KINDA PLAIN...UNO'S OR GIRODANNOS IN CHICAGO IS THE BEST EVER EVER EVER.CHICAGO STYLE IS WAY BETTER AND THE BEST EVER IF I WANT NY STYLE ILL JUST GO TO THE GROCERY STORE AND BYE A FROZEN PIZZA...DONT THINK I WILL BE GOING BACK TO THIS PLACE ...WAS NOT GOOD
reviewed 2 months ago
Great Pizza! Would have really loved a fountain soda instead of a can, and I wish they would do slices in the dining area and let you do different halves on the pizza. With that being said, I would go out of my way to go back, the pizza was that good!
reviewed a week ago
Had the crab pizza and artichoke pizza. Crab pizza was very thin crust (which was apparently conducive to burning), and the crab wasn't a very prominent flavor. Artichoke pizza had a thicker crust and was hands down the better pizza. Since it's not a tomato-based sauce, it was a little bit like focaccia bread. I don't know whether it was worth the wait, but it was nice that they were open at 4am.
reviewed 2 weeks ago
A rite of passage for twentysomething New Yorkers is standing in line on a weekend night outside Artichoke Pizza in the East Village. But boy, is it worth it. Their namesake artichoke slice is a thick, creamy crowd-pleaser, but their lesser-known slices are no slouches either. It's got its share of New York quirks to give itself some authenticity, but the food is enough reason to make a stop at this place after a night of bar-hopping.
reviewed 3 months ago
Very variety of pizzas that people line up outside the store for. Pizza to tasty and thick, you pretty much only need one that's more than enough to share for four people. You'd end up having left overs because the pizza is so thick. Super convenient to get to if you're around in Union Square, or can get to the nearby area by so many available train lines.