Great thin crust pizza- they have a great deal on slices for lunch and beer specials at happy hour. We've had a couple of birthday parties and office lunches here because it is spacious and no one seems to mind if you make a little noise. My only complaint is that it closes a little early at night,
Just had take out pizza for dinner and it was the worst pizza I've ever had. I picked it up right after the 20 minutes they said it would take to make. The crust was soggy at the center of the pizza and hard and chewy everywhere else. We had 1/2 hawaiian and 1/2 pepp and mushroom and it was so salty it was barely edible. The cheese was sort of grainy and the sauce is not good. Won't ever go back.
I'm a loyal customer of Giovanni's on Folsom, or was. Yesterday, they missed my order for the second time. I always call ahead and once, they forgot. Yesterday, though, there was no excuse: three hispanic dudes without much to do, late afternoon. I arrived in twenty minutes, and they tried to slip it in as if I wouldn't notice. I said, Adios muchachos, I'm going to Luigi's tonight. Too bad, cuz the mgr is a super nice guy. He needs to get some new staff.
Slightly better than the worst. Crust sucks and sauce was passable... sausage was really bland... I just tried it for the second time ( in case they were having an off day for the first one ) and they were consistantly bad. I have had great pizza in Broklyn and round table comes closer to that than Giovanni's... If you are looking to try a great pizza... Try Sellands... so far that is the best pizza I have had this side of Broklyn.
If you like thin crust, this is damn good pizza! I personally am a thick crust man, I like my pizza so think you can live inside it. But I was forced to come here for a meeting, decent pizza joint decor, and very good thin crust new york pizza.