staten island pizza delivery to the ferry?
- bigjeff Oct 8, 2007 02:20 PM
I work in lower manhattan and we're planning to take a jaunt across to staten island tomorrow for lunch, and time it so we can get some great pizza delivered to the ferry, and either eat it over in SI, or, take it back with us on the ferry and eat on the boat.
so, any suggestions of places nearby the ferry, that will deliver? We're thinking maybe 3 different pies, and heard good things about denino's, the goodfellas vodka pie, but just not sure if they're nearby.
I live in St. George. There is no remarkable pizza near the ferry. Denino's does not deliver and I don't think Goodfella's does either. There is a Goodfella's at Victory and Manor road but that is a good 20 minutes on the bus. Though not famous, Tony's Brick Oven on Bay Street might deliver to the ferry (way to far to walk - Order something out of their wood-fired oven). If I were you, I would give up on pizza and walk to the Cargo Bar. Totally unremarkable pizza is from A & S at Wall Street and Stuyvesant Place.
Interesting idea, but the other posters are right. Denino's does not deliver.
Goodfella's has decent pizza. they have more than one location and they do deliver
but none near the Ferry and I don't know if they would deliver there anyway. Maybe if you gave them a credit card. You can always call them and ask. Here's their site:
There is a litttle polish restaurant close to the ferry that serves tasty food and there is another small place across the street from the Ferry that serves "bistro style" sandwiches. Perhaps some fellow CH'ers can fill in the specifics of these places
Well, nyebaby37 beat me to it.
Joe & Pat's is one of my favorite pizzas in the city; I like it better than Denino's. And they deliver, and are probably only a little over 10 minutes away from the ferry by car, so I assume they'd deliver near there. So they're your best bet.
A word of warning, though - the pizzas there are extremely thin. As a result, they lose heat fast, and suffer more than usual because of it. I've noticed a serious drop in deliciousness just in the time it takes me to eat a pie sitting right there by the oven. So I'm not certain that they'd survive the delivery in top form. But it's definitely worth a shot.
Also, because of how thin they are, you'll want more than you'd think. If I'm at all hungry I can put away a small pie by myself and be tempted to order more.