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Massa's in Huntington

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EZ Pass Sep 28, 2009 09:12 AM

This coal-oven pizzeria changed hands a few months ago. Has anyone been there and, if so, did you notice any difference? Thanks.

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    dtolman Sep 29, 2009 06:13 AM

    I've been there before and after - pizza seemed pretty much the same to me (very good). I think some of the staff stayed on, that probably helped.

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      stuartlafonda Feb 3, 2010 03:52 PM

      My son had to attend one of those noisy gym parties at My Gym which as luck would have it is a few yards away from the front door of Massa's. I had not been there in a few years and with my non chowhound wife not understanding how I would leave a party serving pizza to go to a pizzaria I headed over. Sorry to say I was dissapointed. Were this a blind taste test I would never have guessed this was a coal oven pizza. When I gave it the NY fold and picked it up ,three quarters of the slice went south on me. Finally, the spongy crust completed the sad story. If all that was not bad enough I tried the meatball hero, Horrible. The meatball slices had that sad grey flat surface that screamed all filler with meat that probably came from a tube. They packed the half I didn't touch and neglected to ask why I only ate the bread and cheese leaving the meatballs from the half I did touch. I tossed it in the dumpster when I went back to the party.

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        MacTAC Feb 5, 2010 06:30 PM

        I was disappointed the three times I've eaten there, from when they first opened until a couple of months ago...

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