New York Pizza

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224 Tremont St (btwn Boylston & Stuart)
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 482-3459
Mon–Wed, Sun: 10:00 AM–1:00 AM Thu–Sat: 10:00 AM–3:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Only advisable after 1am
  • This is a great place to grab a drunken slice or two before heading home.
  • Giant soggy slices. Had to exchange mine because it couldn't be eaten without silverware, the replacement was nothing to write home about. Real NY pizza is crispy on the bottom. The end.
  • When a New Yorker is in Boston and wants pizza: this is the best option in town. Great, huge, and cheap.
  • Pizza slice bigger than my head for $3? Sign me up.
  • NOT NY PIZZA.... it's a lie
  • Decent pizza
  • If you're in the mood for something other than cheese pizza, grab a slice of one of the pies on display. They usually have a good variety.
  • This pizza is NOTHING like NY pizza. I was really sad
  • Huge slides. One of the best pizzas i've tried in US ( and I've tried a lot around the world )
  • It's 3x as much as a real NY slice but hey I'll take it.
  • Thin crust pizza. Nothing like actual NY pizza though.
  • Not bad, cheap.
  • Awesome chicken jalapeo
  • Delicious, cheap pizza. And they're open late!
  • Wing Dings cheaper here than at Boston Kitchen Pizza & Harrison Cafe! I love it
  • Almost as good as a real slice of NY Pizza!
  • Pizza slice is oversized and the crust area tasted like raw flour. More egregious is the overzealous security guy that kicks people out for standing more than a minute since it's "take out only".
  • super nice people, giant slices that are pretty delicious with a great crisp crust