Brooklyn >Smiling Pizza Restaurant
323 7th Ave., Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1121540.667097 -73.981399
Neighborhoods: Park Slope
Nothing to write home about – I guess the pizza is good.....if you're on your way home from one of the neighborhood bars drunk and famished. It's really just okay. There are better places to eat on 7th. The only reason this place is still around is due to its LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. I think the owners know that too, that is why they are extending a coupon to people on CitySearch. They know their food sux. Their pizza used to be good once in a while but now with a new staff, it is pretty bad again. The smoking hott guy with the green eyes that was working there like 2 summers ago has disappeared, and the really nice guy is now gone too (I think he was the manager). Not worth it!
The first bite will make you smile – The Best. The Best. The Best.
You can see from the reviews this place has the goods; friendly counter guys, wonderful pizza- even great beef patties, a rarity these days. After eating pizza for almost thirty years and watching the great pizzerias slowly disappear, it is a godsend to find a slice I thought I could only reminisce about. Radio blaring 80's music, red neon sign, boisterous after school crowds AND open late! I live in Inwood now, but I have been known to head all the way out here for a slice of my childhood. Natives and newcomers alike, treat yourself to a quintessential taste of NYC! Viva Smiling Pizza!
SMILEYS...the reason I put on some weight!!! – Pizza by the slice is good but you really have to try the mini pies, or baby pizzas as they are called, they are AWESOME. ALso, the spinach and chicken rolls are YUMMMMYYY, as are the pasta dishes. The owners are really nice/friendly, although there is an occasional jacka$$ behind the counter. Oh yeh and another thing, they are open till 2am on weekdays and 3am on weekends, what more do you need???
Best pizzia – They are the onlyones that I know off that serves a salad pizza! I love it. The broccoli is great as well. Loved it. Great location right on the corner of 7th and 9th . Pizza is always fresh because they have heavy foot traffic the train station is right in front. Staff is nice. Even the bake ziti was good. There are other pizzareias in the neighborhood that are good but they have the best veggie ones. Love it
amazing broccoli pizza – the best broccoli pizza and spinach rolls I've ever eaten...
Great Food -Rude Service – SOME NOT ALL People who work here are friendly - if you can get past to the pizza guy who's not loud/rude or obnoxious it can be the greatest pizza brooklyn
Great Pizza, Friendly Service – Love the pizza here (although the slices aren't as fresh at 3am, but who's that picky when you're drunk), and there's plenty of other good stuff. Another plus is how friendly the guys are here at all times. Glad to have them in the neighborhood.
pizza by the slice, but worth eating – obviously this is no grimaldes or something, it's pizza by the slice. but it's well above average for that. I live across the street from them, so I eat there quite a lot and I'm seldom disapointed. They are consistant and yummy 99% of the time. which is made more impressive by their hours: open till 3a on fri/sat, 2a mon-thu! (close at 11p sundays). I would highly rate Smiling Pizza and claim that it is easily better than most run-of-the-mill pizza by the slice in and around the city.
love it! – skip the frozen stuff and stop by smiling...for $1.55 / slice, you'll get the tastiest, most addictive pizza in the slope. i think it's something they put in the sauce. perfect for those late-night-just-got-off-the-F-train hunger pangs...& the brocolli pizza is great.
F-Stop Pizza – You wouldn't expect this neon-bright, commercial-looking joint right off the F train to have anything but a barely serviceable slice. Fortunately, you'd be wrong -- Smiling does one of the best pies in the neighborhood, and their rolls can't be beat. Not much ambiance, but hey, they're right on the way home, so who cares?
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