Pizza >Pizza Bar
48 9th Ave, New York, NY | Directions 1001140.741068 -74.004982
Neighborhoods: Midtown, Chelsea
Best Pizza in NY! – The food is great!! You must try the mushroom pizza and the lobster and bacon.
Drinks are a little pricey and the music can be loud but the service was great. quick. and the drinks were fun.
the pink panty pull down really got me lit! its a martini!!!
hot bartenders arent bad either!
WORST drinks and service! – The place feels like it's run by people who have never worked at a bar before. The bartender didn't know how to make a Stoli and 7up! The servers were rude, inexperienced and slow, and the music was horrible (an ipod on random from a person with no taste in music). There are too many great places to go to in this neighborhood to waste your time at this place!
Go for the drinks, not the food – A funky place with a decent vibe, but the food left much to be desired. The pesto fries were good, but drenched in garlic and the pizzas were just average. Our waitress was clueless and we practically had to tackle her to get the check. Maybe it's better as a late night food place when you're too buzzed to notice what the food actually tastes like : )
They ONLY have bottled water – cheeseburger pizza was yummy. music was good. but they ONLY sell bottled evian? And the Evian didn't even taste like Evian. I swear they just refill the bottle wityh tap water.
Waitstaff w/attitude ruins appetite – We recently went to pizza bar for my birthday gathering. Though my friends liked the food, we were all in agreement that the snotty waitress and host put a damper on our celebration. I think the pizza bar would be better served if the management reminded their staff that the customers are the reason they are there and not the other way around. Major dissappoinment!!
Pizza Bar is Perfect – It looks great, the music is great, really good food (the pizza's!!), great drinks, no waiting. no cover. it's a very chill spot to hang with a group, I went there with a bunch of my friends to have drinks for my birthday and we all had a great time. It wasn't too packed, we saw a couple of rockstars and actors hanging out, It's a very nice spot to just drink, talk and listen to some cool rap and rock songs from back in the day and there's no cover or dress code.
A definite No-No! – Snobbish Waitstaff, grossly overpriced & tasteless pizza, drinks had little
alchohol in them, greasy, soggy
calamari (ugh), so loud in there you can't hear
person across from you, uncomfy seats resemble the whirly wind ride at your
neighborhood carnival, if person behind so much as breathes heavy the
seats lunge into your back and pretentious atmoshere (but why?) make this new
MPD Pizza place a definite NO-NO. It's trying to be a hipster place but isn't
making it. Suggested to go to Rays Pizza and then
hit PM Nightclub and you'll spend less and have more fun.
Fancy pizza done right – The pizza is good and the pesto fries are fantastic! This is a good spot to go with a large group who is looking for late night food in an informal setting. We got a table in the back with about 12 people and ordered drinks, appetizers, and pizza (plenty of food for everyone) and it was about $20 per person.
Not Just Pizza – I went to pizza bar last weekend with a group of friends. We were blown away by this place. The atmosphere blew us away almost as much as the music. The waitresses were all gorgeous and frienly. The food was perfect for the late night situation. Drinks were flowing and the crowd was young and hot. Go there with a group or just a couple of friends and you're guaranteed to have a blast.
Psychedelic high design distinguishes this Meatpacking scene. – The Scene
The wacky decor of this pizza and cocktail parlor is a Technicolor trip. Hologram-topped tables make rainbow ripples in booths fashioned from exercise-machine rollers, while furry purple and red banquettes cradle the chic set in the mirrored rear lounge. Black lights give an electric glow to the ceiling's colorful ring pattern and to the wife-beaters worn by the pretty waitstaff, who float by like fireflies dispensing hot and cold service.
The American-Italian menu reaches a harmonious balance between diner-style and gourmet fare, befitting its 20-something crowd. The crispy chicken Milanese sandwich, deep-fried just enough, drips creamy garlic sauce from a doughy ciabatta roll. Namesake high-style pizza, cut in a unique zigzag, boasts a buttery-soft thin crust. Skip the standard pepperoni for light and sauce-less mushroom mascarpone with white truffle oil. But have your marinara, too, as a dip to crisp mozzarella sticks lightly stuffed with proscuitto.
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