Sac's Place

★★★★☆
Authentic Italian Cuisine, Flavor From The Old Country
  • 2541 Broadway Ave

    Astoria, NY 11106

    Cross street: Crescent Street

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  • 718-204-5002

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The Best Pizza ever. ...., especially the Sicillian. It's a fat slice of hot, thick, dough-y, cheesy and saucy slice of heaven. MMMMMMM DeeeeeLish

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★★★★★

The Best Pizza ever. ...., especially the Sicillian. It's a fat slice of hot, thick, dough-y, cheesy and saucy slice of heaven. MMMMMMM DeeeeeLish

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Wow. What a fantastic place. I was on the hunt for a cannoli spot and boy was I glad that I found this place! I agree with the review below! What a great cannoli! I even brought them home for my boyfriend and he too loved the cannolis! I am going to be coming back for more!

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★★★★★

Wow. What a fantastic place. I was on the hunt for a cannoli spot and boy was I glad that I found this place! I agree with the review below! What a great cannoli! I even brought them home for my boyfriend and he too loved the cannolis! I am going to be coming back for more!

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Need I say more? Owners a pretty cool guy too.

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★★★★★

Need I say more? Owners a pretty cool guy too.

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I go here a couple of times a week for a slice or to get something to go. The pizza and food are amazing!

What I have found to be a bit disappointing is that, like some others have mentioned here, some of the wait staff can be rude/obnoxious/lazy. The last time I sat for a meal my waiter was Luis and he couldn't have been more unpleasant. If I ever go again I will request a different waiter.

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★★★★☆

I go here a couple of times a week for a slice or to get something to go. The pizza and food are amazing!

What I have found to be a bit disappointing is that, like some others have mentioned here, some of the wait staff can be rude/obnoxious/lazy. The last time I sat for a meal my waiter was Luis and he couldn't have been more unpleasant. If I ever go again I will request a different waiter.

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It's hard now a days to find a good, respectable restaurant. This wasn't as bad as others, but the environment isn't really comfortable and the people aren't welcoming. The appearance from the outside is appealing, but they need work inside.

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★★★☆☆

It's hard now a days to find a good, respectable restaurant. This wasn't as bad as others, but the environment isn't really comfortable and the people aren't welcoming. The appearance from the outside is appealing, but they need work inside.

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I ate there for the first time in 2002 when I moved into the area. I thought it was very good (would have recommended it to others)but a little on the expensive side. I continued to go there occasionally usually for the pizza. On my most recent visit it just didn't seem the same. I don't know if it has changed owners/management, but I was very disappointed!! The pizza was really lacking cheese, the slices seemed smaller, and the service was bad. I will not go back. As for the people who say it is the best pizza in NYC, they must not get out often. I know good pizza and it is in Brooklyn, not Queens.

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★★☆☆☆

I ate there for the first time in 2002 when I moved into the area. I thought it was very good (would have recommended it to others)but a little on the expensive side. I continued to go there occasionally usually for the pizza. On my most recent visit it just didn't seem the same. I don't know if it has changed owners/management, but I was very disappointed!! The pizza was really lacking cheese, the slices seemed smaller, and the service was bad. I will not go back. As for the people who say it is the best pizza in NYC, they must not get out often. I know good pizza and it is in Brooklyn, not Queens.

Pros: great location, good crust

Cons: expensive, sparse ingredients, poor service

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I was just there recently and I had a great experience. The food was good and the service was excellent . Try the vitello parmigiana.It was fantastic. I would recommend to anyone.

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★★★★☆

I was just there recently and I had a great experience. The food was good and the service was excellent . Try the vitello parmigiana.It was fantastic. I would recommend to anyone.

Pros: service,food

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You know its good when Tony Bennett and his friends eat there. I saw him there a couple months back and those guys are as Italian as it gets! The seafood is great, pizza is amazing, pasta is yum! A bit pricey but its a nice place and the service is great. I been to Italy a few times, the food here compares nicely. Taste fresh and not defrosted like the other places.

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★★★★☆

You know its good when Tony Bennett and his friends eat there. I saw him there a couple months back and those guys are as Italian as it gets! The seafood is great, pizza is amazing, pasta is yum! A bit pricey but its a nice place and the service is great. I been to Italy a few times, the food here compares nicely. Taste fresh and not defrosted like the other places.

Pros: great food, ambiance, service

Cons: overpriced

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I live across the street from Sac's, and was totally ecstatic to have a new fine dining Italian restaurant in the neighborhood when it opened. And then I ate there. The food was generic and lackluster (were talkin' frozen cheapo calamari generic, in fact the calamari at Sanford's diner up the block greatly outdoes Sac's in quality), and generally oversalted. Now the brick oven pizza is actually mighty tasty, and would have saved the restaurant for me, had it not been for the excruciating prices. I spent (and this is no exaggeration) $52 on two small pizzas and an appetizer. Sure I had some toppings like garlic and anchovies, but I think anyone would agree prices like that are ridiculous. If Sac's can get it's act together, and lower it's prices, I would be keen on buying their brick oven pizza more often... but I think I will continue to avoid the calamari

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★☆☆☆☆

I live across the street from Sac's, and was totally ecstatic to have a new fine dining Italian restaurant in the neighborhood when it opened. And then I ate there. The food was generic and lackluster (were talkin' frozen cheapo calamari generic, in fact the calamari at Sanford's diner up the block greatly outdoes Sac's in quality), and generally oversalted. Now the brick oven pizza is actually mighty tasty, and would have saved the restaurant for me, had it not been for the excruciating prices. I spent (and this is no exaggeration) $52 on two small pizzas and an appetizer. Sure I had some toppings like garlic and anchovies, but I think anyone would agree prices like that are ridiculous. If Sac's can get it's act together, and lower it's prices, I would be keen on buying their brick oven pizza more often... but I think I will continue to avoid the calamari

Pros: The place has a nice cozy feel

Cons: the food is weak, the service is less than, and the prices are bankrupting.

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This is a tough one. A perfect example of having to chose what's more important to you. The waitstaff can be downright arrogant, abnoxious and RUDE. The food... ? It's delicious. I'm disheartened that Louise or whatever his name is, gets away with being arrogant and lazy with people. The other staff working were hard-workers and seemed very friendly. Please please please, bring some of those guys up front - give Louise a break. He told us of his 13-years and quite frankly, it's too long. I never feel compelled to point out someone's bad day, but he's had a bad month or so, because we go in once a week and see how he abruptly takes orders and barely acknowledges that you're HUMANS ordering food. He barely cracks a smile (and we've tried) and makes you feel bad for asking for a refill, another beer or more bread. (REALLY!?!?!?) Ugh. Sorry Sac's, I'm taking a break.

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★☆☆☆☆

This is a tough one. A perfect example of having to chose what's more important to you. The waitstaff can be downright arrogant, abnoxious and RUDE. The food... ? It's delicious. I'm disheartened that Louise or whatever his name is, gets away with being arrogant and lazy with people. The other staff working were hard-workers and seemed very friendly. Please please please, bring some of those guys up front - give Louise a break. He told us of his 13-years and quite frankly, it's too long. I never feel compelled to point out someone's bad day, but he's had a bad month or so, because we go in once a week and see how he abruptly takes orders and barely acknowledges that you're HUMANS ordering food. He barely cracks a smile (and we've tried) and makes you feel bad for asking for a refill, another beer or more bread. (REALLY!?!?!?) Ugh. Sorry Sac's, I'm taking a break.

Pros: Food is awesome. That's what's really important right? Opt for takeout!

Cons: LOUISE

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Look the service is not the best ,prices a little high but the FOOD is GREAT.The Sacramones are great owners and very freindly .Domenico is the man to ask about wine, Anthony is the best man to talk to and understands what you want. He will have you in stiches. I think its a great place to have dinner .So go try it you will enjoy yourself .

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★★★★☆

Look the service is not the best ,prices a little high but the FOOD is GREAT.The Sacramones are great owners and very freindly .Domenico is the man to ask about wine, Anthony is the best man to talk to and understands what you want. He will have you in stiches. I think its a great place to have dinner .So go try it you will enjoy yourself .

Pros: Pizza and the owners

Cons: No parking and you might wait.

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There are at least a dozen restaurants in Astoria that likely qualify as somebody's neighborhood Italian restaurant. Sac's is mine.

The staff was low-key, accommodating, and efficient; the lighting appropriate for both a date and family night; the grapevine mural decorating the walls corny but appealing. The bread basket, which could easily have been filled with a perfunctory ciabatta, contained instead what appeared to be the yeasty, olive-oil-based focaccia that serves as a base for their delicious Sicilian slice. That's less a perfunctory gesture than a pre-meal meal.

Sac's is rightfully known for its medium-bodied, flavorful marinara -- reportedly seasoned with herbs grown on the owners' rooftops -- and the spinach ravioli showcases it well. Stuffed with fluffy ricotta, the ravioli, with its stripes of spinach dough, managed to be both light and substantial. The pollo rollatini was another success, with spinach and mozzarella carefully tucked into moist, tender chicken rolled into a dense and delicious cylindrical package.

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★★★★★

There are at least a dozen restaurants in Astoria that likely qualify as somebody's neighborhood Italian restaurant. Sac's is mine.

The staff was low-key, accommodating, and efficient; the lighting appropriate for both a date and family night; the grapevine mural decorating the walls corny but appealing. The bread basket, which could easily have been filled with a perfunctory ciabatta, contained instead what appeared to be the yeasty, olive-oil-based focaccia that serves as a base for their delicious Sicilian slice. That's less a perfunctory gesture than a pre-meal meal.

Sac's is rightfully known for its medium-bodied, flavorful marinara -- reportedly seasoned with herbs grown on the owners' rooftops -- and the spinach ravioli showcases it well. Stuffed with fluffy ricotta, the ravioli, with its stripes of spinach dough, managed to be both light and substantial. The pollo rollatini was another success, with spinach and mozzarella carefully tucked into moist, tender chicken rolled into a dense and delicious cylindrical package.

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The coal-oven pizza is perfect in texture and taste. The rigatoni filetto pomodore is perhaps the most flavorful pasta dish I've ever had. There's a thoughtfully created wine list and nightly specials for steak, chops and fish. The restaurant has a cozy neighborhood feel and terrific service. I've tried all the great pizzerias and Italian restaurants in New York. This is the one I keep coming back to.

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★★★★★

The coal-oven pizza is perfect in texture and taste. The rigatoni filetto pomodore is perhaps the most flavorful pasta dish I've ever had. There's a thoughtfully created wine list and nightly specials for steak, chops and fish. The restaurant has a cozy neighborhood feel and terrific service. I've tried all the great pizzerias and Italian restaurants in New York. This is the one I keep coming back to.

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Three of us were in Astoria and wanted a pie and a pitcher of beer. So we tried Sac's. What could warrant a $27 sausage pizza? Not ambience; Sac's doesn't have any. One side of the place is very below average slice slinger decor. The "restaurant" side has either a small dark area or a cold plexi-glassed sidewalk area. All in all, the place does not strike you as exceedingly clean. As a few people have already mentioned, you don't go there for the service. The waiters are more interested in talking with each other than bringing you your food. The biggest insult, however, was that the $27 specialty coal-oven pizza wasn't even freshly made. Judging by the chewy texture of the very thin crust, that baby had been sitting around waiting to be reheated. When it was brought to the table it was warm -- not piping hot as you may expect a fresh pizza. By the time you took the second slice, it was cold. The only thing that deserves 5 stars is the utter audacity the owners have to charge what they do for a less than mediocre dining experience.

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★☆☆☆☆

Three of us were in Astoria and wanted a pie and a pitcher of beer. So we tried Sac's. What could warrant a $27 sausage pizza? Not ambience; Sac's doesn't have any. One side of the place is very below average slice slinger decor. The "restaurant" side has either a small dark area or a cold plexi-glassed sidewalk area. All in all, the place does not strike you as exceedingly clean. As a few people have already mentioned, you don't go there for the service. The waiters are more interested in talking with each other than bringing you your food. The biggest insult, however, was that the $27 specialty coal-oven pizza wasn't even freshly made. Judging by the chewy texture of the very thin crust, that baby had been sitting around waiting to be reheated. When it was brought to the table it was warm -- not piping hot as you may expect a fresh pizza. By the time you took the second slice, it was cold. The only thing that deserves 5 stars is the utter audacity the owners have to charge what they do for a less than mediocre dining experience.

Pros: None that I can think of.

Cons: Greatly overpriced with little pride in product or service. Pie was cold and reheated.

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Great food, but if you get delivery, be prepared to wait, a very long time. I waited for an hour and 15 minutes until I cancelled my order. The delivery guy showed up an hour and a half after I ordered. The food is good but not worth wasting an hour and a half waiting.

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★★★☆☆

Great food, but if you get delivery, be prepared to wait, a very long time. I waited for an hour and 15 minutes until I cancelled my order. The delivery guy showed up an hour and a half after I ordered. The food is good but not worth wasting an hour and a half waiting.

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My wife and I ate here many years ago, and since we were in the area last Saturday, we decided to try it again. Parking, like all around Astoria, was a nightmare, and took forever. The place decor is very basic, but is very cozy. Service was the worst I seen in years. The waiter was too busy talking with his friends, and after taking our order, kept on chatting instead of taking the orders to the kitchen. A soda took over 10 minutes to be brought. After waiting an eternity for the dessert menu, we just asked for the check. Food was great, but since the service was so bad, it was very hard to enjoy it.

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★★★☆☆

My wife and I ate here many years ago, and since we were in the area last Saturday, we decided to try it again. Parking, like all around Astoria, was a nightmare, and took forever. The place decor is very basic, but is very cozy. Service was the worst I seen in years. The waiter was too busy talking with his friends, and after taking our order, kept on chatting instead of taking the orders to the kitchen. A soda took over 10 minutes to be brought. After waiting an eternity for the dessert menu, we just asked for the check. Food was great, but since the service was so bad, it was very hard to enjoy it.

Pros: Food

Cons: Parking , service

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Come on people get real, the food is good but certainly not worth 5 stars. The pizza is good, again not great. I will give it 3 stars. This is a pizza place with seating. If you want to dine out, see my suggestion below:

Try Manettas in LIC. There you will find both great food and pizza plus, the atmosphere is much nicer for dining in.

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★★★☆☆

Come on people get real, the food is good but certainly not worth 5 stars. The pizza is good, again not great. I will give it 3 stars. This is a pizza place with seating. If you want to dine out, see my suggestion below:

Try Manettas in LIC. There you will find both great food and pizza plus, the atmosphere is much nicer for dining in.

Pros: good pizza

Cons: don;t have the pizza delivered or you will be disappointed

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Pizza the old fashion way, you can just taste the sauce from the aromas, I prefer little less cheese and well done. I am easily swayed for the homemade pastas, the lasagna (every other week) rivals any here and Italy. The staff is a little slow at times but never a big deal.

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★★★★★

Pizza the old fashion way, you can just taste the sauce from the aromas, I prefer little less cheese and well done. I am easily swayed for the homemade pastas, the lasagna (every other week) rivals any here and Italy. The staff is a little slow at times but never a big deal.

Pros: wines by the glass, friendly ambience

Cons: more whites for the summer

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Our "go-to" neighborhood place. Whenever we want consistency and a delicious meal, we'll choose Sac's. It's unfortunate that some reviewers have had unpleasant experiences, as we've had tasty food and welcoming staff every single time. The owner personally walks around to meet, greet and bus tables. We ALWAYS get the same server, Milton, who takes care of us like family and memorizes how I like certain dishes.

We opt for the enclosed patio for a quieter, less family style feel, even when we bring guests (which is frequent). Try the caprese salad and the gnocchi!

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★★★★★

Our "go-to" neighborhood place. Whenever we want consistency and a delicious meal, we'll choose Sac's. It's unfortunate that some reviewers have had unpleasant experiences, as we've had tasty food and welcoming staff every single time. The owner personally walks around to meet, greet and bus tables. We ALWAYS get the same server, Milton, who takes care of us like family and memorizes how I like certain dishes.

We opt for the enclosed patio for a quieter, less family style feel, even when we bring guests (which is frequent). Try the caprese salad and the gnocchi!

Pros: Consistently great food, fabulous service, Milton

Cons: None.

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I take many big parties there and it is always a 10 as far as food and service. Best situation is to just let the owners feed your table family style. allow them to be creative. 1 of the owners Anthony is a character out of a Sopranos episode and Domenic has one of the most sophisticated wine palates i've expierence at any price range.... Don't go there and order veal parma... I've been there with execs from food network and they were all amazed, satisfied and have been back. that is a tough jaded crowd to please ! again i repeat for the full expierience allow the owner to take you out of your comfort zone and let them create a wonderful expierence for you that is beyond just anothet italian meal...... They want to please their customers.... most of them regulars on a first name basis....

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★★★★★

I take many big parties there and it is always a 10 as far as food and service. Best situation is to just let the owners feed your table family style. allow them to be creative. 1 of the owners Anthony is a character out of a Sopranos episode and Domenic has one of the most sophisticated wine palates i've expierence at any price range.... Don't go there and order veal parma... I've been there with execs from food network and they were all amazed, satisfied and have been back. that is a tough jaded crowd to please ! again i repeat for the full expierience allow the owner to take you out of your comfort zone and let them create a wonderful expierence for you that is beyond just anothet italian meal...... They want to please their customers.... most of them regulars on a first name basis....

Pros: Great family style atmosphere

Cons: everything is fresh so be prepared to wait for your meal ( i don't really see this as a con)

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The comments of the last reviewer are right on the beam. My wife and I have given this place three chances and all three were a nightmare. First time, they brought the wrong pizza to the table -- and it was stone cold. Second visit, we requested dessert menus from the very unfriendly waitress -- she disappeared, never really to return as we sat there for at least fifteen minutes and then paid our check at the counter and left. Third visit, were led to a table where the waitstaff (not kidding here) lean against a pillar almost up against the table. Can't describe how uncomfortable this made us feel. We requested another table but were refused. We walked out without ordering. Don't feel good about writing this one. This is a neighborhood place for us and I hate to knock home. But I have to tell it like it is.

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★☆☆☆☆

The comments of the last reviewer are right on the beam. My wife and I have given this place three chances and all three were a nightmare. First time, they brought the wrong pizza to the table -- and it was stone cold. Second visit, we requested dessert menus from the very unfriendly waitress -- she disappeared, never really to return as we sat there for at least fifteen minutes and then paid our check at the counter and left. Third visit, were led to a table where the waitstaff (not kidding here) lean against a pillar almost up against the table. Can't describe how uncomfortable this made us feel. We requested another table but were refused. We walked out without ordering. Don't feel good about writing this one. This is a neighborhood place for us and I hate to knock home. But I have to tell it like it is.

Pros: none that I can tell; pizza is overrated

Cons: everything possible in a dining experience

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I had always walked by the restaurant since its in my neighborhood, and it looked like a really cozy, attractive place to eat. I finally stopped in one night with some friends who were visiting, and we had a rather uncomfortable dining experience. It was around 6:30PM on a wednesday, and the place was pretty much empty, and a busboy standed about three feet from our table during the entire meal, staring at the table, which was rather akward. But the pizza was terriffic, also the calamari. When we paid, the waiter did not understand that the 40 dollars I had given him were for the bill, and the credit card was to take care of the rest of the meal, even though I carefully explained it. So when I got the check back to sign, the money was gone, but my credit card had been charged for the full amount. I tried to explain that he needed to give us the cash back or refund the credit card fr the amount. In the end, it was confusing and I was really shocked by the waitstaff's bizarre behavior. I will definitely order delivery next time.

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★★★☆☆

I had always walked by the restaurant since its in my neighborhood, and it looked like a really cozy, attractive place to eat. I finally stopped in one night with some friends who were visiting, and we had a rather uncomfortable dining experience. It was around 6:30PM on a wednesday, and the place was pretty much empty, and a busboy standed about three feet from our table during the entire meal, staring at the table, which was rather akward. But the pizza was terriffic, also the calamari. When we paid, the waiter did not understand that the 40 dollars I had given him were for the bill, and the credit card was to take care of the rest of the meal, even though I carefully explained it. So when I got the check back to sign, the money was gone, but my credit card had been charged for the full amount. I tried to explain that he needed to give us the cash back or refund the credit card fr the amount. In the end, it was confusing and I was really shocked by the waitstaff's bizarre behavior. I will definitely order delivery next time.

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We moved into the area a year ago and I happened to try a few slices from the take out side, a little pricey, but very good. So I tell my wife about how good the pizza was, so we decide to order it one Friday night, I ask for it well done, and head over to pick it up, pay $23(yikes for 3 toppings), get it home and it tastes like they make the worst pizza in Queens. It was not well done, it wasn't even cooked, the crust underneath was wet like a sponge, and the cheese was barely cooked enough to melt it. We ended up putting each slice in the toaster to get it to where it should have been. By the way, it wasn't like this b/c I picked it up late, b/c they were boxing it as I showed up. OK, so we give Sac's another shot, and this time I told them that I wanted them to burn it, but the pizza was again completely under cooked. So that's it no more $25 pizzas from Sac's, they have lost me and anyone that will listen to me. Seroiusly we started to get Dominoes b/c it was better, but now there is a really good place on Crecent and 30th ave, called Taste of Italy, and it is worth every penny.

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★★★☆☆

We moved into the area a year ago and I happened to try a few slices from the take out side, a little pricey, but very good. So I tell my wife about how good the pizza was, so we decide to order it one Friday night, I ask for it well done, and head over to pick it up, pay $23(yikes for 3 toppings), get it home and it tastes like they make the worst pizza in Queens. It was not well done, it wasn't even cooked, the crust underneath was wet like a sponge, and the cheese was barely cooked enough to melt it. We ended up putting each slice in the toaster to get it to where it should have been. By the way, it wasn't like this b/c I picked it up late, b/c they were boxing it as I showed up. OK, so we give Sac's another shot, and this time I told them that I wanted them to burn it, but the pizza was again completely under cooked. So that's it no more $25 pizzas from Sac's, they have lost me and anyone that will listen to me. Seroiusly we started to get Dominoes b/c it was better, but now there is a really good place on Crecent and 30th ave, called Taste of Italy, and it is worth every penny.

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I'm responding to EllenD's review. While I agree everyone is entitled to their own opinion I have to wonder why I, a born and bred New Yorker love this Pizza. I know good pizza when I eat it. So did "slice.seriouseats website", NewsDay, TimeOut, Zagat and New York magazine. Most individuals give their opinions but all agree SACs pizza is the best out there so I question yours. Did your $27.00 include the beer you ordered. Why didn't you look at the price before ordering. If you're main concern was the cost which appears to be your issue than complain about the price. Do not attack the food and the decor "which by the way a "fire place" is quite cozy during the winter". I'm not sure what occured but your review seems more like it's based on revenge and not a true analysis of the food. I've been eating at Sacs regularly for over 10 years and have never had rubbery pizza crust. INTERESTING.

I highly recommend looking at the Sac's wine list, they also have one of the largest selections of by the glass.

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★★★★★

I'm responding to EllenD's review. While I agree everyone is entitled to their own opinion I have to wonder why I, a born and bred New Yorker love this Pizza. I know good pizza when I eat it. So did "slice.seriouseats website", NewsDay, TimeOut, Zagat and New York magazine. Most individuals give their opinions but all agree SACs pizza is the best out there so I question yours. Did your $27.00 include the beer you ordered. Why didn't you look at the price before ordering. If you're main concern was the cost which appears to be your issue than complain about the price. Do not attack the food and the decor "which by the way a "fire place" is quite cozy during the winter". I'm not sure what occured but your review seems more like it's based on revenge and not a true analysis of the food. I've been eating at Sacs regularly for over 10 years and have never had rubbery pizza crust. INTERESTING.

I highly recommend looking at the Sac's wine list, they also have one of the largest selections of by the glass.

Pros: Great food, Family neighborhood feel

Cons: none

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I had order pizza from here a few times and it was excellent so I decided to try out the restaurant part of Sac's. I went there twice and left with the same mixed emotions. The service was slow both times despite it being a very small sized restaurant. They do however have some great bread that you can snack on while you wait. The food was good both times but was vastly overpriced for a small Italian restaurant in Queens. The quality/quantity of food does not support the prices.

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★★★☆☆

I had order pizza from here a few times and it was excellent so I decided to try out the restaurant part of Sac's. I went there twice and left with the same mixed emotions. The service was slow both times despite it being a very small sized restaurant. They do however have some great bread that you can snack on while you wait. The food was good both times but was vastly overpriced for a small Italian restaurant in Queens. The quality/quantity of food does not support the prices.

Pros: Pizza, Bread

Cons: Service, Prices

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Have probably tried a little of everything on their menu, and can't seem to find anything I don't like! Putanesca is amazing; Four Cheese Gnocci is like ma's; can't go wrong with their Mama's Meatballs or Sausage; fahgheddaboud the pizza! Potentially the best pizza I've ever tasted. And... when you call for delivery... they'll deliver beer, too. Beer delivery with your pizza? Heaven!! (If you dine-in, the owner will usually ALWAYS stop by to see how your meal was. He bought us dessert once! Huzzah!)

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★★★★★

Have probably tried a little of everything on their menu, and can't seem to find anything I don't like! Putanesca is amazing; Four Cheese Gnocci is like ma's; can't go wrong with their Mama's Meatballs or Sausage; fahgheddaboud the pizza! Potentially the best pizza I've ever tasted. And... when you call for delivery... they'll deliver beer, too. Beer delivery with your pizza? Heaven!! (If you dine-in, the owner will usually ALWAYS stop by to see how your meal was. He bought us dessert once! Huzzah!)

Pros: All the food, Staff, Beer delivery

Cons: None.

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Best. Pizza. EVER.

Fresh mozzarella. Incredible sauce. Thin, crispy crust for the regular slices, and the best sicilian slice I've ever had. I feel bad for anyone who hasn't had Sac's pizza cause they haven't truly lived.

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★★★★★

Best. Pizza. EVER.

Fresh mozzarella. Incredible sauce. Thin, crispy crust for the regular slices, and the best sicilian slice I've ever had. I feel bad for anyone who hasn't had Sac's pizza cause they haven't truly lived.

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this place is worth a trip. beautiful pie. coal oven. chewy/crisp crust.

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★★★★★

this place is worth a trip. beautiful pie. coal oven. chewy/crisp crust.

Pros: the plain pie

Cons: cold delivery

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If you want to just grab a slice, enter the take-out area - the plain and sicilian slices are great, but the marinara is to die for. Or, if you're in the mood for a nice sit-down, enter the restaurant. The entrees are huge and great for sharing. They also have live music some nights, and a fireplace during cold winter evenings.

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★★★★★

If you want to just grab a slice, enter the take-out area - the plain and sicilian slices are great, but the marinara is to die for. Or, if you're in the mood for a nice sit-down, enter the restaurant. The entrees are huge and great for sharing. They also have live music some nights, and a fireplace during cold winter evenings.

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Without a doubt the best pizza in NYC. Cold beer and pizza so what could be better.

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★★★★★

Without a doubt the best pizza in NYC. Cold beer and pizza so what could be better.

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Has one of the best tasting Sicilian slices I've ever had, and the regular slices have the perfect blend of fresh mozzarella and tasty sauce which isn't slobbed on. Chicken rolls are also really good-- tastes very similar to homemade chicken cutlet.Yes-I did notice a bit of an attitude with the guys up front--but seems like the regular "I hate working and serving people all day" type of thing. Not a big deal. A great find! Not many people do this but I recommend getting a Sicilian slice and asking for Ricotta cheese on top...tastes soo good. =P

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★★★★☆

Has one of the best tasting Sicilian slices I've ever had, and the regular slices have the perfect blend of fresh mozzarella and tasty sauce which isn't slobbed on. Chicken rolls are also really good-- tastes very similar to homemade chicken cutlet.Yes-I did notice a bit of an attitude with the guys up front--but seems like the regular "I hate working and serving people all day" type of thing. Not a big deal. A great find! Not many people do this but I recommend getting a Sicilian slice and asking for Ricotta cheese on top...tastes soo good. =P

Pros: great tasting, fast/cheap, no garlic overload

Cons: bit of attitude, not 24 hours =P

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This is REAL New York Pizza!
Born and raised eating pizza in NYC and it dont get better than this!
try it you will love it!!

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★★★★★

This is REAL New York Pizza!
Born and raised eating pizza in NYC and it dont get better than this!
try it you will love it!!

Pros: The Pizza, The wine list, the fire place

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Pizza to die for???? Well darn close! Thin crisp crust the correct amount of good quail. cheese and sauce make a balanced pie. Head pizza maker Luis has the ability to teach pie making. It does not matter who is at the oven its the same great balanced taste.Cold Beer in the box ,Snapple ' Botique Rootbeer soda also. Want glasswine with your slice,just pop over to the fullservice side and they will pour from the 8 or so Reds&some organics. Try not to step on the Wineturtle he is always lurking about.

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★★★★★

Pizza to die for???? Well darn close! Thin crisp crust the correct amount of good quail. cheese and sauce make a balanced pie. Head pizza maker Luis has the ability to teach pie making. It does not matter who is at the oven its the same great balanced taste.Cold Beer in the box ,Snapple ' Botique Rootbeer soda also. Want glasswine with your slice,just pop over to the fullservice side and they will pour from the 8 or so Reds&some organics. Try not to step on the Wineturtle he is always lurking about.

Pros: Owneroperated., CoalfiredBrick Oven , Balanced tasty pie

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Wineturtle lives up the block and can tell you that you can not get better slice pie in Queens! Now that they weny full service 5 years ago there is no reason to leavemy block. Wine by glass always 8 or more available and many organics also. Wine list has value in the mid;range prices. Two brothers (one is always on site)make your stay awelcome one Pizza is best ordered welldone and if Luis is making it all the better. prices are O.K. service is knowledgable and friendly. Nighty specials are a good value.Even has a tiny bar in the corner where regulars stop just to say hi..

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★★★★☆

Wineturtle lives up the block and can tell you that you can not get better slice pie in Queens! Now that they weny full service 5 years ago there is no reason to leavemy block. Wine by glass always 8 or more available and many organics also. Wine list has value in the mid;range prices. Two brothers (one is always on site)make your stay awelcome one Pizza is best ordered welldone and if Luis is making it all the better. prices are O.K. service is knowledgable and friendly. Nighty specials are a good value.Even has a tiny bar in the corner where regulars stop just to say hi..

Pros: coalfiredbrickoven, owner operated, glasswine available

Cons: , notablesfor7plusgroup, weekend busy

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Sac's Pizza has the best pizza in New York City or Long Island. I've eaten at every other top rated location, and they trail Sac's in terms of taste and quality.

His Sicilian, Napolitano and Spinach Pizza are as good as it gets.

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★★★★★

Sac's Pizza has the best pizza in New York City or Long Island. I've eaten at every other top rated location, and they trail Sac's in terms of taste and quality.

His Sicilian, Napolitano and Spinach Pizza are as good as it gets.

Pros: Best Pizza in NYC, Great Service, Cozy Atmosphere

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This is the best Italian food I have ever had. If available, I highly recommend the lasagna and of course their pizza. I love this place! The service, food, price and ambiance are terrific.

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★★★★★

This is the best Italian food I have ever had. If available, I highly recommend the lasagna and of course their pizza. I love this place! The service, food, price and ambiance are terrific.

Pros: great food, great ambiance

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This place has the best pizza in New York, let alone the United States. Patsy's has nothing on Sac's. The first time I ate there, I thought I had discovered Pizza Heaven. The crust is thin and chewy, the sauce is spicy and they use fresh mozzerala. They don't load their pizza down with tons of cheese nor is it dripping with sauce. Every single piece has that perfect balance of cheese and sauce. I convinced a friend of mine to make the trip to Queens and she raved about how this is best pizza she's had since she's returned from Italy. You must go. You will love it.

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★★★★★

This place has the best pizza in New York, let alone the United States. Patsy's has nothing on Sac's. The first time I ate there, I thought I had discovered Pizza Heaven. The crust is thin and chewy, the sauce is spicy and they use fresh mozzerala. They don't load their pizza down with tons of cheese nor is it dripping with sauce. Every single piece has that perfect balance of cheese and sauce. I convinced a friend of mine to make the trip to Queens and she raved about how this is best pizza she's had since she's returned from Italy. You must go. You will love it.

Pros: Inexpensive, Amazing Pizza

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Sacs Pizza Is the greatist place to eat in the whole city if you want great itallian food go to Sacs. If you go tell them Vinny and Conrad sent you.

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★★★★★

Sacs Pizza Is the greatist place to eat in the whole city if you want great itallian food go to Sacs. If you go tell them Vinny and Conrad sent you.

Pros: Great Food, Awsome Food, Excelent Food

Cons: None, None, None

 

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