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Best Manhattan Pizza

As an afterthought to my post below re pre-theatre with my teenage daughter, she might actually prefer pizza once in NYC. Where should we go?? Thanks

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    1. Angelo's Pizza- close to the theatre district on 57th street. Try the fried zucchini and egglant appetizer.

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      1. re: socal boy

        The crust at Angelo's was pretty good, but the sauce--eh--not very inspiring. An okay pizza, but not great.

      2. John's at 44th for pie; Joe's on 6th ave/bleeker or is that carmine St.? for a slice eaten standing; DeMarco's Houston for either.

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        1. re: chow_gal

          It's Carmine St., and I don't believe it's that good. Agree with DeMarco.

          On UES, Mimi's.

        2. So after reading all these reviews of DeMarco I just went there for lunch. While the pizza looked like it should taste amazing, the sauce was bland, the crust cardboardy and overall it was really dissapointing.

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          1. re: Manhattan4Life

            Agreed. DeMarco's was VERY disappointing.

            1. re: Manhattan4Life

              DeMarco's can be hit or miss. I go pretty regularly and have been quite impressed with it recently. I usually take out and crisp up in the frying pan at home, so maybe that makes a difference.

            2. If you DO decide to go to John's on Bleecker Street (the better of the two locations by a long shot), here's a tip: Go as early as you can in the day-- noon, if possible. If you go at night, you'll wait forever for a table, but in the middle of the day, it is sometimes possible to just walk in and sit down.

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