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I really enjoy going to La Crosta for lunch or dinner. Their pizza is wonderful and full of flavor. They have one of the best pizza sauces that they spice perfectly and the pizza especially at lunch is always fresh. I had a slice with...More
I always enjoy going to La Crosta for pizza and pasta in the afternoon when they have their lunch specials but I went for a late night slice this evening and the food is consistently good in the evening as well. A fresh pie had...More
I have eaten at La Crosta a few times and I always find the food to be consistently delicious. What I really enjoy is the lunch specials. The restaurant has three lunch specials to choose from every day and you do tend to save some...More
I stopped at La Crosta for lunch today on the recommendation of the site and I was not disappointed. The pizza is very good. The sauce has a lot of flavor to it and has plenty cheese. Even warmed over I thought it was good...More
This restaurant is clearly a neighborhood favorite with perhaps some trade from the hospitals in the area. Clean, very friendly, with a few tables, and pretty good food.
They serve two types of pizza -- thin which in their world is a cracker type --...More
This is a very small, casual, luncheonette style restaurant serving good, reasonably priced food. Everything is made to order, so the wait is more than usual but well worth it-everything is fresh and moist. There are just a few tables; serve yourself style, you order...More
Date of visit: September 2011
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