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Since 1975, the family-owned Greewich Village Institution. Serving the quintessential slice of New York. Seen in countless tv, print and media, the famous Joe's Pizza. World renowned, authentic , classic.
All reviews pepperoni ny pizza plain cheese pie grab a slice spider man new york thin crust great slice fresh mozzarella greenwich village limited seating line out the door hole in the wall just the right amount small place worth the wait
There was a long line of people waiting in line, even earlier in the evening, so be prepared to wait a little while. There's not a lot of room inside the restaurant, so you might be standing outside while you eat.
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We spent 10 days in New England and we had pizza everywhere we went - NOTHING came close. We finally found Joe's on our last day in NYC and OMG, a slice of heaven. There is a line and there is not much seating but...More
We walked by and noticed a lineup. The place was so small so we figured it must be really good. Well good is an understatement. Crispy thin crust and so flavourful and aromatic. Absolutely the best pizza in NYC.
Joes pizza is a landmark in NYC and it definitely lives up to the legends surrounding it as the best pizza in New York! Great staff and fast service in addition to the amazing slice is the reason that this place is so memorable!
Joe’s Pizza on Carmine St. is a small joint. They have four choices: plain cheese, fresh mozzarella, pepperoni, and Sicilian. No indoor seating really. But the service is relatively fast. One slice is enough for a substantial snack or a light meal, great for on...More
Walked in and ordered a large mushroom and pepperoni pizza. Was ready in about 5 mins. No place to sit but we took it back to hotel to eat. Plenty leftover as it is a huge pie! Was sooo yummy! Line is long but they...More
This is a great spot to get a big floppy piece of NYC pizza. I love the pepperoni. It is cash only. There isn’t much, if any, seating in the restaurant, but a great little area across the street to sit and eat. We usually...More
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