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Tony Z' pizza is run by a former employee of Zupardi's in West Haven, Connecticut and locals know how great that pizza used to be. Well now out is on the village of northford. The pies are excellent made by Tony. He is very generous...More
Tony Z's is among the best of New Haven style apizza.
Listen, all of the greats came out of a handful of New Haven restaurants. Tony Zuppardi brought that heritage to Northford, CT Tony's father Robert was there and has overseen things at Tony Z's....More
We try to eat Tony Z's once a week. Their pizza is a real treat; good tomato sauce, thick cheese, plentiful toppings. Additionally, the sandwiches are just as tasty; they have some interesting combinations on the menu.
The restaurant had been on Northford for quite some time and we had never tried it. But when they won the pizza contest in town we made a point to eat there. I quickly found out that Tony Z's pizza was Worcester street quality. And...More
My husband and I live very close to this gem!! My favorite is Portobello mushroom and sausage pizza!! We take out mostly but on occasion we come in!!
Great little frozen personal size pizzas - great for a quick meal (our house sitter meal)
I went to Tony Z's with my family for pizza, place was not busy and service was slow. We had a variety of pies, three out of the four were good. I had asked if the bacon was pre-cooked and was told no, and if...More
The pizza is good, but has gotten worse over time. Very oily, but tasty. Have never tried other dinners there, only the pizza. It is pretty highly priced, so a family of four plus can get pretty pricey (I would imagine) if you get dinners...More
Really a pizza joint, not an Italian restaurant. First visit, not sure we will go back. Bland below average food with slow inattentive service. The ziti with sausage was a disappointment, small pieces of over cooked sausage in a below average marinara sauce, eggplant parmigiana...More