This pizza place is great to hop by if you want some comfort food. The decor of the restaurant is fairly simple and the staff is friendly and ... More
This pizza place is great to hop by if you want some comfort food. The decor of the restaurant is fairly simple and the staff is friendly and efficient. The American style pizzas dished out are consistent in terms of quality and are freshly baked. The meatball, onion and ricotto topping pizza and the mozzarella sticks are worth every bite. The meat toppings and the fresh veggies that this restaurant uses are of the topmost quality. A good place to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon and stuff yourself with some yummy pizza.
A few weeks ago we went to Staten Island, and finally got to
Denino's where my boyfriend used to go as a kid. We had a
tasting of of many pizzas. The plain cheese, pizza at it's purest. The sausage, my boyfriend is picky about sausage and he loved it. The peperoni, was great too. the Margarite was wonderful with a nice sauce and plenty of fresh mozzarella. For the first time I got to try a clam pizza. It was outragous. A bit of cheese, clams and fresh garlic that was
roasted tasting and not overly garlic tasting . We couldn't decide which was the best they were all great. If you like clams you got to try the clam pie. All the pizza's had a great thin crust.. Can't wait to go again, & again.
Denino's is one of the best pizzeria in the city, the high quality of the food has remained the same since it has opened. Small parking lot, hard to find parking on the weekends.
If you like thin crust pizza, Denino's is the place
Whenever my family is in Staten Island visiting relatives, we try to stop in to Denino's. For a thicker, take-out-only pizza, also try Nunzio's on Hylan. Anyway, for thin, crispy brick oven pizza, you can't beat Denino's, and don't forget to check out Ralph's Ices across the street.
If you're in the Staten Island area, it's worth the trip to Denino's for great pizza! The best thin, crispy crust pizza ever! I live in Texas, but whenever I'm back on the island I go to Denino's. You won't be sorry!
I can't believe after all these years you are still their. The name of your Resteraunt was the name of our Little League Team back in 1963 the manager of the team was Sam Marretta. I now live in North Carolina and the only thing i miss is a good Pizza from back home keep up the good work