Pasquale Jones

Pizza, Italian
$ $ $
187 Mulberry St (btwn Broome & Kenmare St)
New York, NY 10012
(917) 453-0339
Monday
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday
12:00pm - 3:30pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
12:00pm - 3:30pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
12:00pm - 3:30pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Friday
12:00pm - 3:30pm
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Saturday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tips

  • Incredible. Clam pizza and skate wing were both fantastic. Need to go back for pork shank.
  • Get the hot pepper & chili oil for your pizza!!!
  • The Little Neck Clam pizza is beautiful. The clam isn't overpowering and it's an amazingly light pie to enjoy
  • The new restaurant from the Charlie Bird crew features pizzas cooked in wood-fired Stefano Ferraro ovens. The menu features a classic Margherita, and a clam pie.
  • The menu changes seasonally, but if available, the leek appetizer is great. Def get a pizza, although skip the margherita (nothing special). The clam pie is a very good option. Save room for dessert.
  • Great wine list and delicious pizza
  • Gratuity is included. Reasonably priced artisanal pizzas. Go with the Clam Pizza.
  • Clam pizza, wine selection, solid crowd
  • Nice yet relaxed ambiance, good service. Pasta and pizza is delicious, can't go wrong. Good for any occasion.
  • Cuttlefish , dry aged ribeye grass fed from Montana was amazing
  • Love their pizza and pasta!
  • Trending this week in NYC is the American/ Italian joint Pasquale Jones. We recommend you try one of the delicious pizzas, like the Little Neck Clam pizza, and have drinks off the extensive wine list.
  • Curious about the calzone? The answer is you should get it. It's absolutely delicious.
  • Hospitality included. Excellent pizza and wine selection. Grab a seat in front of the ovens.
  • A bit pricey but exceptional food. Where celebrities go
  • long-time favorites: braised leeks. diavola pizza. cavatelli. entrefaux as regular go-to drink.
  • Over the past few times, I think it has gone downhill. The pastas are okay & the appetizers are a hit or a miss. Though the pizza is good, its not quite good enough to justify an $80+ pp bill.
  • Pizzas are good but everything is overpriced
  • Pizzas and pastas are a must. Skippable mains. Affordable wine. Need a res to eat here or else you can expect a solid wait time. Gratuity included which leads to ok service at this spot
  • Bean & escarole soup makes for a cozy winter lunch

Nearby places

18 Spring St (btwn Mott & Elizabeth St)
2 Rivington St (at Bowery)
249 Centre St (at Broome St)