Pizza is good here. Service sometimes is a little off when they are busy they seem to get a little stressed. There is seating but limited. Pool table there if you enjoy pool
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I'm from NY so I manage my pizza expectations. I've been to Village Pizza and found it awful so we decided to give this a try. It was not crowded and it was a cute place, but the pizza looked like it had been sitting...More
Give this place a try. You can eat in or do take out. Prices are reasonable, too. We got a medium to go, but we should have gotten a large for pizza the next morning.
After moving here 22 years ago one of the things that I missed most about New York was my Italian calzone. I ordered one of these and I must say I was oh so pleasantly surprised, my only complaint was there was not nearly enough...More
I must say, I really did enjoy their pizza, could have been a warmer temperature, but I didn't complain, and as I have found with most wood fired pizza places, the pizza is a bit more pricy and smaller than you'd get at home, but...More
After years of living in NYC, I've never seen a pizza place where you essentially need to reserve a spot to order a pie...But Goodman's is worth the extra effort. The crust is light and tasty...The toppings are outstanding. The combination is pure deliciousness.
If you don't know, Vermont's a funny place. Here in the little ski town of Ludlow, at the base of Okemo Mountain, a little pocket of tourist-boosted commerce has allowed some really fun businesses to bloom. This is one of them. At the rear of...More
Greg's not just a pizza maker, he is a true believer, a real fanatic. One of his prized possession is an old pizza peel he "liberated" from the legendary Pepe's in New Haven. He makes a respectable thin crust pizza and has some cool Vermont...More