Mezzaluna Restaurants

★★★★☆
  • 1295 3RD Ave Ste 1

    New York, NY 10021

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  • 212-535-9600

About Mezzaluna Restaurants

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Monday 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Tuesday 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Wednesday 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Thursday 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Friday 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Saturday 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Sunday Closed

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The pizza at Mezzaluna was outstanding, next best thing to pizza in Italy. We added proscuitto to our pizza and were very pleased. Charred on the outside of the crust, the pizza folded perfectly for consumption.
We started out with an appetizer consisting of six smaller appetizers and ever single one was great. Four cheeses, a helping of proscuitto, shrimp with white beans were all stand outs.

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★★★★★

The pizza at Mezzaluna was outstanding, next best thing to pizza in Italy. We added proscuitto to our pizza and were very pleased. Charred on the outside of the crust, the pizza folded perfectly for consumption.
We started out with an appetizer consisting of six smaller appetizers and ever single one was great. Four cheeses, a helping of proscuitto, shrimp with white beans were all stand outs.

Pros: pizza, service, location

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Mezzaluna Ambrosia has come to the West Village on West Houston Street at MacDougal!

Mezzaluna Pizzeria
146 West Houston St (betw MacDougal and Sullivan)
tel. 212-533-1242

Francesco, I love you and your Neopolitan dough. The salads are wonderful for me, but I can only order pizza after pizza with mozzarella and prosciutto.

The place is small, fast and efficient with the same terrific food as the legendary original. Grazie!

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★★★★★

Mezzaluna Ambrosia has come to the West Village on West Houston Street at MacDougal!

Mezzaluna Pizzeria
146 West Houston St (betw MacDougal and Sullivan)
tel. 212-533-1242

Francesco, I love you and your Neopolitan dough. The salads are wonderful for me, but I can only order pizza after pizza with mozzarella and prosciutto.

The place is small, fast and efficient with the same terrific food as the legendary original. Grazie!

Pros: Packed and slow, but Oh So Good

Cons: Packed and Slow

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Mezzaluna is a great little Italian restaurant with lots of charm and delicious thin crust pizza. The restaurant is always bustling with a mixed crowd of people. They have great outdoor seating when the weather is warm and they have several desserts (like the Tiramisu) that were really good

4
★★★★☆

Mezzaluna is a great little Italian restaurant with lots of charm and delicious thin crust pizza. The restaurant is always bustling with a mixed crowd of people. They have great outdoor seating when the weather is warm and they have several desserts (like the Tiramisu) that were really good

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I was there on saturday night. The pizza was out standing. I never had a pizza so good. not even in Italy. The waiter was so friendly and nice. I enjoyed their salad. and waiter really knows about wine. The wine selection was outstanding. little expensive but it was worth paying for. ice tea is very good. nice atmosphere. good service. good food. friendly waiter
thanks mezzaluna!!!!!!

2
★★★★★

I was there on saturday night. The pizza was out standing. I never had a pizza so good. not even in Italy. The waiter was so friendly and nice. I enjoyed their salad. and waiter really knows about wine. The wine selection was outstanding. little expensive but it was worth paying for. ice tea is very good. nice atmosphere. good service. good food. friendly waiter
thanks mezzaluna!!!!!!

Pros: all good in here

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I had a pizza there last week and it was sooooo good I had to share this infor with other people. small brick oven restaurant very cute and cozy. good selection of wine and the waiter really seem to know about wine. it was worth spending money there. oh I had some nice pasta too yesterday. I had very good salad. good to eat real italian food by italian people. Thanks to waiter I learned so much about wine too

2
★★★★★

I had a pizza there last week and it was sooooo good I had to share this infor with other people. small brick oven restaurant very cute and cozy. good selection of wine and the waiter really seem to know about wine. it was worth spending money there. oh I had some nice pasta too yesterday. I had very good salad. good to eat real italian food by italian people. Thanks to waiter I learned so much about wine too

Pros: Thumbs up

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Mezzaluna has one of the best pizza I've ever tried in the United States. Food is simple and tasty. If you have been in Italy and have not been living as a tourist then you are going to love this place. The decor is not that great and the dessert is disappointing.

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★★★★★

Mezzaluna has one of the best pizza I've ever tried in the United States. Food is simple and tasty. If you have been in Italy and have not been living as a tourist then you are going to love this place. The decor is not that great and the dessert is disappointing.

Pros: Pizza, Food

Cons: Small ambience, dessert

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The food is decent, though not spectacular. But the service was terrible - we couldn't get water, we never got bread, and then the waiter disappeared. At the end of the meal, we were ready to order dessert. The waiter brought the dessert menus - but then disappeared again. The busboy (!) finally had to bring us the check. And it turns out that the ice teas we ordered were $4.50 each - it wasn't bad tea, but any non-alcoholic beverage that's pushing $5 had better be incredible - this was just tea. A Diet Coke was $3. And the final insult - they only take AmEx. Well, ok, fine - I don't like using my corporate AmEx, and I don't carry that much cash, so we just won't eat there again. I recommend that you don't, either - it's really not worth the hassle for mediocre food.

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★☆☆☆☆

The food is decent, though not spectacular. But the service was terrible - we couldn't get water, we never got bread, and then the waiter disappeared. At the end of the meal, we were ready to order dessert. The waiter brought the dessert menus - but then disappeared again. The busboy (!) finally had to bring us the check. And it turns out that the ice teas we ordered were $4.50 each - it wasn't bad tea, but any non-alcoholic beverage that's pushing $5 had better be incredible - this was just tea. A Diet Coke was $3. And the final insult - they only take AmEx. Well, ok, fine - I don't like using my corporate AmEx, and I don't carry that much cash, so we just won't eat there again. I recommend that you don't, either - it's really not worth the hassle for mediocre food.

Pros: Decent food

Cons: Waitstaff, Only takes AmEx, $4.50 tea?

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Mezzaluna's patrons have been showing up for brick-oven pizzas and reasonably priced pastas since the mid-eighties. Favorites on the seasonal menu include taglierini with cherry tomatoes and orecchiette carbonara. Heartier dishes run to a…

 

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