wanted pizza for delivery to drury plaza hotel. pizza arrived within 30 minutes. driver stated one of the pizza's had a burned slice that was removed and instead of re-making a new pizza and delaying our ordered, they just discounted the total price. called store to ask what happened, spoke with Josh, manager on duty, who stated they were very sorry for what happened, but didn't want us to wait for them to make another pizza. he then offered us a FREE pizza on our next order. unable to take him up on his offer because we weren't staying in town that long. the pizza was very good. thin, crispy crust, nice amount of fresh toppings, not too much sauce. overall, my family enjoyed the pizza and would definitely order from them again next time we're in town. excellent customer service by Josh.
This quaint little downtown pizza parlor is a unique treasure. It won't blow your hair back or make you swear off other pizza places, but it's good for the price. The pizza by the slice isn't the best thing you could order here, so don't stop in for that alone. The knots ARE quite tasty, but I've found the Three Cheese Calzone to be one of the best items on the menu you could order. It's deliciously cheesy (it'd better be with all that cheese), and sinfully greasy. This calzone is so flavorful that I rarely use the marinara dipping sauce that accompanies it. If you're visiting downtown, working downtown, or serving as a juror, you owe it to yourself to at least try this place once. Now remember, we're in San Antonio, so (despite the parlor's name), if you're one of those New York know-it-all's who thinks you know everything about pizza, don't go into this place only to knock how bad it is in comparison to NY. That's like expecting knock-out barbecue in Wisconsin. Just like NY can't make a margarita, don't expect genuine NY-style pizza in SA. Most importantly, don't be an idiot. You're better off just going outside and shoving your head directly up your ass and saving everyone else a lot of trouble.
This a must stop while your downtown. Kinda of hidden away but right across from Main Plaza. It is also a short walk from the court house. So its definetly worth going during your lunch hour. It is a true New York style atmosphere. The Antipasto salad, Calafornia Pizza, and Knots are a great taste on the pallet. There must be something in those knots that keep me coming back. :) The California Pizza has spiniach and chicken on top. Several of the staff will stop and talk to you if they are not busy assisting the lunch hour rush. I have talked with employees from college classes to manga and everything in-between. The owner and staff provide a true New York style feel and entertainment. This is definetly a fun dinning experience. A true pleasure to eat. You have to go and see for yourself.
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