Vincent's Pizzeria

★★★★☆
  • 535 Anderson Ave

    Cliffside Park, NJ 07010

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  • 201-945-8625

About Vincent's Pizzeria

Hours
Tue 11:00 AM-11:00 PM;Wed 11:00 AM-11:00 PM;Thu 11:00 AM-11:00 PM;Fri 11:00 AM-12:00 AM;Sat 11:00 AM-12:00 AM;Sun 04:00 PM-11:00 PM

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Wow this women up here is clearly wrong! she has no idea what she is talking about if she clams that she has this kind of disable, that she speaks of having which no one is surly to truly believe her of she wouldnt look at someone straight in the eye and speech to them or apparently know what the people is were and what they or looking at or the facial expressions they make,

i remember seeing this women at vincents when i walked in to pick up my order she was standing infront of the counter with her big dog talking to the owner about how she was blind and needed a dog to help her walk around because she couldnt see, well when i placed my bag ontop of the counter to take my wallet out she looked directly at me and said and i quote " i love your bag where did you get it from?"

now how could a women who cant see comment about my bag? can you say that this women was a liar and wanted some attention. all i have to say is that she was quit strange and out of the ordinary she just didnt seem normal to me. she was rude twords everyone that walked up to the counter . she always had something to say about someone or how she thought he dog was a baby or something quit strange all i have to say is that vincents has been around for as long as i cant remmeber and they have always been so nice and sweet to me, there food has always been wonderful and ammazing.

some people just dont understand tat when running a food bussniess you cant have dogs walking in and out of the place exxpecially when its for a person who is lieing aabout who they really are.... I truly recommnd the mussles they are amazingg . weee love you vinnny!!!!

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★★★★★

Wow this women up here is clearly wrong! she has no idea what she is talking about if she clams that she has this kind of disable, that she speaks of having which no one is surly to truly believe her of she wouldnt look at someone straight in the eye and speech to them or apparently know what the people is were and what they or looking at or the facial expressions they make,

i remember seeing this women at vincents when i walked in to pick up my order she was standing infront of the counter with her big dog talking to the owner about how she was blind and needed a dog to help her walk around because she couldnt see, well when i placed my bag ontop of the counter to take my wallet out she looked directly at me and said and i quote " i love your bag where did you get it from?"

now how could a women who cant see comment about my bag? can you say that this women was a liar and wanted some attention. all i have to say is that she was quit strange and out of the ordinary she just didnt seem normal to me. she was rude twords everyone that walked up to the counter . she always had something to say about someone or how she thought he dog was a baby or something quit strange all i have to say is that vincents has been around for as long as i cant remmeber and they have always been so nice and sweet to me, there food has always been wonderful and ammazing.

some people just dont understand tat when running a food bussniess you cant have dogs walking in and out of the place exxpecially when its for a person who is lieing aabout who they really are.... I truly recommnd the mussles they are amazingg . weee love you vinnny!!!!

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I went into Vincents with my Service Animals to order something to eat. I have done so before and have not had a problem. I take my dog into many restaurants in NYC and NJ and never had we had a problem. Disabled people are protected by Federal Law, their Service Animals are permitted to go everywhere they go and they cannot be discriminated aginst or refused service. Well, Vincent of Vincent's did just that earlier this year (we've had a long term illness, so this is the first chance to post about this).

I called the police and even the officers, two of them were clueless about the rights of the disabled. This was such a joke, on them. I told those officers to do some homework and when they learn about their mistake, contact me and apologize. Well, I'm still waiting for the apology.

Vincent's food is so-so, it's no high quality. Anyone with good taste would make the effort to go elsewhere. I only went there for a slice of pizza prior to going shopping. So I'm not missing much and have never gone back.

I could have sued him and yes I'm going to report it to the press. He's an old world Italian shuvanist slob and so are his employees and he treats the women who work for him like garbage.

I had one waiter who thought he was slick talking about me behind my back once, unfourtunate for him, I heard every word. BUSTED JERKO! I told him off politely in front of his boss. You never disrespect customers, ever. I tip very handsomely I told this fella, however, your not going to enjoy that knowledge because of your serious mistake. Respect at all times is the key.

If you like high quality Italian food, I would not recommend Vincent's, go to the city, go to Rao's, Patsy's on 56th and 8th or one of Mario Batalli's restaurants, now that's quality.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went into Vincents with my Service Animals to order something to eat. I have done so before and have not had a problem. I take my dog into many restaurants in NYC and NJ and never had we had a problem. Disabled people are protected by Federal Law, their Service Animals are permitted to go everywhere they go and they cannot be discriminated aginst or refused service. Well, Vincent of Vincent's did just that earlier this year (we've had a long term illness, so this is the first chance to post about this).

I called the police and even the officers, two of them were clueless about the rights of the disabled. This was such a joke, on them. I told those officers to do some homework and when they learn about their mistake, contact me and apologize. Well, I'm still waiting for the apology.

Vincent's food is so-so, it's no high quality. Anyone with good taste would make the effort to go elsewhere. I only went there for a slice of pizza prior to going shopping. So I'm not missing much and have never gone back.

I could have sued him and yes I'm going to report it to the press. He's an old world Italian shuvanist slob and so are his employees and he treats the women who work for him like garbage.

I had one waiter who thought he was slick talking about me behind my back once, unfourtunate for him, I heard every word. BUSTED JERKO! I told him off politely in front of his boss. You never disrespect customers, ever. I tip very handsomely I told this fella, however, your not going to enjoy that knowledge because of your serious mistake. Respect at all times is the key.

If you like high quality Italian food, I would not recommend Vincent's, go to the city, go to Rao's, Patsy's on 56th and 8th or one of Mario Batalli's restaurants, now that's quality.

Pros: None

Cons: Violates Rights of the Disabled

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Theres really nothing special about the food. The pizza is in competition with Pizza King for the worst Pizza in the area. The one thing I can say about this place is, the people are very friendly and is CLEAN, CLEAN, CLEAN!

The food really needs improvement. You get used to the cheap taste though and if you don't expect freshness esp. as it relates to the meat and poultry dishes...you've got a winner on your hands. Speaking of meat and poultry dishes, why does every place around here seem to use the same frozen meat/chicken vendors?

I guarantee you you've never had saltier pizza in your life. grrrr

3
★★★☆☆

Theres really nothing special about the food. The pizza is in competition with Pizza King for the worst Pizza in the area. The one thing I can say about this place is, the people are very friendly and is CLEAN, CLEAN, CLEAN!

The food really needs improvement. You get used to the cheap taste though and if you don't expect freshness esp. as it relates to the meat and poultry dishes...you've got a winner on your hands. Speaking of meat and poultry dishes, why does every place around here seem to use the same frozen meat/chicken vendors?

I guarantee you you've never had saltier pizza in your life. grrrr

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It was once rated as the "best pizza in all of New Jersey." It has a nice homey Italian atmosphere. It is both a take out and a sit down restaurant. However, one down side is that it doesn't deliver. But worth the trip!

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★★★★★

It was once rated as the "best pizza in all of New Jersey." It has a nice homey Italian atmosphere. It is both a take out and a sit down restaurant. However, one down side is that it doesn't deliver. But worth the trip!

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