Just ok, but not as good as the good old days. Still a wait, but in my opinion not really worth a long wait.
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We stopped in hear for a quick bite before a road trip. Ordered one medium pizza for the three of us. Still had a slice or two left over. We went for the fresh tomato pie--only available in the summer. The fresh tomatoes were a...More
Burnt pie with the blandest sauce and crust and sliced in bizarre, uneven wedges (do NOT eat here if you have OCD) and the most over-it/rudest hostess ever. Never before, ever again.
The Pizza at Pepe's was very good, but not the incredible experience I had heard others rave about. We had he house speciality which I think was a clam pizza, and I learned I like a traditional pizza much better.
from the vintage oven, to old style booths tucked in new havens little italy this joint is a destination. this place is culinary time travel. they still use a coal oven that was common in the 20's and 30's. the ingredients are top notch. the...More
Sure its a nice pizzeria.. amazed? no! I mean.. their pizza is too oily, cut in a completely inconvenient way, and the place is very tight for large groups, unless you enjoy being packed and uncomfortably near to the other guests. Overall nice pizza.. more...More
First place we go after grabbing the luggage for our annual family visit. My mouth Water thinking about Pepe pizza!! The clam pie always the must order item! Do not let the lines deter you. They quickly move plus you get the hear people talk...More
We lucked out and were seated right away. The restaurant is charming. The salads are very good. The pizza, even the "small," is HUGE. You can definitely share. We forewarned: this is not what you get from Domino's. This is thin pizza, with a chewy...More
Rated one of the best pizza places in the country. Be prepared to wait. The line on a slow day is an hour wait. Friends of mine have waited as long as two hours to get in.