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Eddie & Sam's Pizza
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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203 E Twiggs St Tampa, FL 33602
203 East Twiggs StreetUSFloridaTampa33602
(813) 229-8500eddieandsamspizza.com
$$Pizza RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Thin-crust pizza by the pie or slice made with New York water at a casual, counter-serve spot.- Google
"Authentic New York style pizza, calzones, heros, etc... you name it!"
"My favorite pizza place in tampa- lasagna pizza - chicken parm pizza."
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X0860X
2 weeks ago
I live in South Florida and whenever I am in Tampa I always make it a priority to stop in. The pizza is probably the best I have ever tasted. Something in that water must make it good! The NY cheesecake is simply delicious. It doesn't have that overwhelming taste to it like you experience at most restaurants who serve it. I definitely recommend this place!
1Calusa
4 months ago
Picked up a large supreme pizza and a meatball hero last night, and it was awesome! The crust, the bread, the homemade meatballs and sausage, the cheese - beats the hell out of the chain pizza joints. My order was ready when I got there, piping hot. The price? WORTH EVERY PENNY!
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Don Policella
3 months ago
Finally made it here after wanting to try them for along time. Lots of truth in the other reviews. Don't let the counter lines scare you off. These people move fast and you get polite service. I went at dinner hour. The pizza tastes great. Perfect NY pizza?....well...let's say it's pretty close; spmething about the cheese seemed a bit off but still very good. My one complaint. They do not put enough sauce on the pies. I got 3 slices of different varieties and they were all very short on sauce. Actually kinda dry. I don't like my pie floating in sauce, but I think they need to do better than this. I'll certainly go back. If I order a whole pie you can bet I will ask for a proper amount of sauce though. I get the idea they will be happy to comply.
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Daniel Krutko
4 months ago
Their pizza is delicious. We came multiple times and got a Tomato basil pizza, which has just tomatoes, basil, and olive oil - no cheese - which is important because we will get sick if we have cheese. Then yesterday, they accidentally gave us a similar pizza but with cheese. We came back and explained the mishap, and instead of correcting the situation, the young ladies working there were rude to us, and even had the audacity to lie to our faces, saying that there is "never" a pizza without cheese, that they don't make any pizzas without cheese, and that that would be "just bread" (It seems they forgot about garlic knots?). In any case, we asked for a refund, since even after explaining we had just had the pizza yesterday, they denied it. We then e-mailed the store, when the "manager" replied insisting no such pizza exists, either. (I have a feeling it was the young ladies at the store, as the grammar was pretty terrible). We even sent a picture we had taken of the pizza from the day before, and a screen shot of the menu with the cheeseless pizza on it, and received a snarky reply back. I am utterly appalled at the way we were treated and am very disappointed, as we had always heard such good things about them, and the pizza (the allegedly non-existent one) was so good.
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Keysha Torres
a week ago
The pizza is authenic new york style n its really delicious!!.. Iam from riverview and I make the drive to downtown Tampa just for this pizza...Must try!!
Jennifer Martinez
a month ago
And I'm from New York... The pizza is good, NOT great, I've had better in Tampa... But they lose a star for cleanliness. I just saw a girl behind the counter with very long beautiful hair, but in no way tired back, in a hat, or in a meet. Not even a ponytail. I also saw one of the cooks throw some scattered pieces of bacon back on the pizza on display with his bare hands.. Little things perhaps, but cleanliness is cleanliness. It says something about the place.
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Samantha Axford
4 months ago
Their pizza is delicious. We came multiple times and got a Tomato basil pizza, which has just tomatoes, basil, and olive oil - no cheese - which is important because we will get sick if we have cheese. Then yesterday, they accidentally gave us a similar pizza but with cheese. We came back and explained the mishap, and instead of correcting the situation, the young ladies working there were rude to us, and even had the audacity to lie to our faces, saying that there is "never" a pizza without cheese, that they don't make any pizzas without cheese, and that that would be "just bread" (It seems they forgot about garlic knots?). In any case, we asked for a refund, since even after explaining we had just had the pizza yesterday, they denied it. We then e-mailed the store, when the "manager" replied insisting no such pizza exists, either. (I have a feeling it was the young ladies at the store, as the grammar was pretty terrible). We even sent a picture we had taken of the pizza from the day before, and a screen shot of the menu with the cheeseless pizza on it, and received a snarky reply back. I am utterly appalled at the way we were treated and am very disappointed, as we had always heard such good things about them, and the pizza (the allegedly non-existent one) was so good.
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Amara G
3 months ago
Are cravings an exclusive privilege of the definitely pregnant? If that is the case I am psychologically “with child” and my baby’s father is either Eddie or Sam. Our affair began two years ago when I was “an elementalist.” (*check urban dictionary for Tampalites) I had just moved away from the complex idiosyncrasy of my island and felt elated. I was and am truly, madly, and deeply in love with South Tampa. But I felt lonesome. One day as I walked around the block I saw the crowded pizzeria in the corner. The line pushed against the front door, yet people kept coming in and out all happy as the line kept forming and moving. People carrying pizza boxes into cars… GQ suited men sat outside under the sun balancing that perfect triangle of yummy in their hands. A stiff crunchy triangle that defied gravity. The men careful not to lose any of the melted cheese or the tomato sauce. Gulping each round pepperoni at a time (because unless you use and knife and fork you are bound to be uncompromisingly eating the pepperoni as if it is popcorn.) N.Y. style pizza read the sign. In Tampa? Oh, really? Leary of the men who have crowded my life, I walked in to meet this Eddie and Sam. I was greeted by lots of men behind a very small counter. How do they fit in there? I tried to figure out who was who but promptly became distracted by the rows of diverse pizza pans lined up as if about to break into a dance/song rendition of “Be Our Guest.” Which one to choose? Each pie slices pleading “pick me! Pick me!” I stumbled with words and managed to commit to a pepperoni slice and a Grandma. Again, I am a compulsive taster. I ordered a “Bianca” to go… for later…an hour later. I believe I fell in love with both Eddie and Sam because they go together so perfectly. Unlike most men, they promise and deliver. They are not too good to be true. They are what you see is what you get…and I love what I see and what I get every time. I have tasted all of their pizzas because we had a pizza party composed of two slices of every pie they sell. There were six of us gluttons sitting on the floor amidst moving boxes. There was pizza on the dining room table and on two barstools. Food debauchery is an understatement. But debauchery must be part of love some times... Mine is a love child. My mental pregnancy justifies my cravings.
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