I've worked in a lot of Italian restaurants over the years including a handful in New York. Like most Americans I've eaten a lot of pizza over the years too. This was hands down one of the best I've ever had.
After a less than satisfactory meal some years ago (burnt Stromboli), my wife and I decided to give Guido's another chance. I'm glad I did. We ordered the Mediterranean pizza (available only in one size). Wow! It was perfect. Chunks of chicken breast, chunks of bleu cheese, fresh mushrooms, pieces of artichoke hearts, fresh spinach and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar (which the menu I'm sure said would be Italian dressing) on top. Honestly, the balsamic was a better choice.
This very thin crust pizza was delightfully crunchy on the bottom, soft on the top and delicious all around. I thought we'd have some for a snack later. That was not to be. We devoured that baby.
As a bonus, one of the three televisions was showing an NHL game. That gets extra points from this hockey lover.
The restaurant was fairly clean - there were crumbs of remnants of a previous meal along the edge of the table near the wall. The staff was not boisterous and the experience was pleasant.
Yes, the pizza cost more than some, but it was well worth it in my opinion.
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