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Naked Pizza
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Today 10:30 am – 11:00 pm
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954 3rd Ave New York, NY 10022, United States
954 3rd AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10022
(212) 759-3500nakedpizza.biz
$Pizza Restaurant, Italian RestaurantToday 10:30 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 10:30 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 10:30 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 10:30 am – 11:00 pmThursday 10:30 am – 11:59 pmFriday 10:30 am – 11:59 pmSaturday 10:30 am – 11:59 pmSunday 10:30 am – 11:00 pm
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No-frills pizzeria selling made-to-order pies made from all-natural, unprocessed ingredients.- Google
"Great crust with fresh toppings!"
"Not a great place if you are a vegan/gluten free eater."
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Stephanie Perez
a year ago
Came here yesterday with a friend after having one too many glasses of wine as a Yelp event. I wasn't staaaaaaarving, but I most definitely had a case of the "wine munchies". I walked by and I've seen the 'Naked Pizza' near St. Mark's/Union Square and all of a sudden I had a hankering to try this place out, especially when I read out front that it was "simply the world's healthiest pizza". How could one refuse? Naked Pizza offers some pretty interesting pies and does not sell anything by the slice. Each pizza is made fresh to order and there are no examples or photos so you're pretty much ordering at your own peril. Then again your "peril" will include completely all-natural meats and the dough, sauce & cheese are free of additives, preservatives, colorants, or chemicals of any kind. Their proprietary crust recipe contains 12 whole grains, nuts, and roots. It is fortified with prebiotics--a high-grade fiber--as well as heat-resistant probiotics, which are healthy bacteria similar to those found in yogurt. That mixture of multi-grain flours and whole grains increases the levels of plant proteins in the crust. Adding to the healthy factor on the menu is the cheese which is apparently made with part skim milk. HOORAY FOR SKIM MILK!!! (I'm a weirdo, rest assure that I already know). Each pie comes in small, medium, large - small being a 10' personal pie, medium being your standard 16' and I forgot how many inches large was...probably 20' or something in that range. I remember thinking the price for a small was okay, but the medium and large pies were definitely a but pricer than your average pizza...and I'm talking about regular pizzeria prices, not fast food pizza like Dominos or (gross and disgusting) Papa John's. We went with their "Cheesy Bayou Breadstix" which use the same whole-grain dough used for their pizza and it's then loaded with their blend of mozzarella cheese and herbs and served with their marinara sauce. The dough was a bit chewier and weirdly sweeter than I prefer, but to say it was bad would feel wrong. It was interesting and interesting isn't always bad. The cheese was enjoyable and not salty like some pizza places and the herb seasoning was an added plus. The marinara sauce was bland to me and I asked for a little bit of their garlic-infused white sauce to use a dip and what I got was a garlic-infused oil that they refer to as "white sauce". It was tasty though and I kept going back and forth between that and the marinara sauce (which my friend scarfed down). Over all their breadsticks weren't bad, it was a pretty huge serving that could be used as a full meal between 2 people or as a generous snack between 3 or 4. The breadsticks were $5.99 and totally worth it giving the portion and overall quality. I'll probably never have a pizza here to be honest unless it's a personal pie shared with someone, but I would totally do the breadsticks again.
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Adam Keita
a year ago
At a glance: gluten·roasted red pepper·multi grain·bell pepper·black beans “Bland gluten free crust that was thin and couldn't hold up the goods without crumbling down. Disappointing sauce, tasted watered down and had a very canny feel and spongy vegetables. Not a great place if you are a vegan/gluten free eater.”
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Sebastian Urrata
2 years ago
Bland gluten free crust that was thin and couldn't hold up the goods without crumbling down. Disappointing sauce, tasted watered down and had a very canny feel and spongy vegetables. Not a great place if you are a vegan/gluten free eater.
A Google User
2 years ago
The food was fantastic. Service was interesting. At first walking in there was no one standing at the front. One man walked from the kitchen looking at us surprised and immediately turned around and yelled, "Anyone of you motha f#&$@ showin' up to work?" Food arrived promptly. As we were eating we enjoyed the pleasure of watching one of the staff eat as well, smacking her lips and chewing vigorously.
Dale Gray
2 years ago
Great name. Amazing pizza! I order the large for a party I was having and it was a hit. Great crust with fresh toppings! I will be ordering again. thanks for making my party a hit!
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Damon Douglas
2 years ago
The food was fantastic. Service was interesting. At first walking in there was no one standing at the front. One man walked from the kitchen looking at us surprised and immediately turned around and yelled, "Anyone of you motha f#&$@ showin' up to work?" Food arrived promptly. As we were eating we enjoyed the pleasure of watching one of the staff eat as well, smacking her lips and chewing vigorously.
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Josh Cech
2 years ago
The crust was nice. Fresh ingredients on the entire pizza. It's healthy and leaves you feeling good.
A Google User
2 years ago
I've been searching for gluten-free pizza in Midtown for quite some time and I have finally found it. Excellent size, 12 inch gluten-free pie for only $9.99. A bargain. AND ... they deliver. And even more importantly, the crust held together very well, the balance of cheese and sauce was right on, and the taste was excellent. I ordered by phone and picked up so I can't confirm the concerns in previous reviews about long wait times. But since I'm buying a pie, it makes sense to order ahead.
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