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Sacco Pizza

819 9th Ave (bw W54/55th St)
Today
Closed:
Opens 11:00 AM tomorrow
Kerry Byrne
Locals (young and old) almost unanimously said Sacco was the best Hell's Kitchen pizza. It was legit! There from behind a little sidewalk takeout window I found everything I had been looking for in a New York pizza: solid sauce, perfect cheese and, most notably, a paper-thin crust so delicate yet so crispy it blew my mind. Arguably the best crust I've ever tasted in a pizza. As wispy thin as phyllo dough, yet pizza flavor through and through. I sat on a little bench on the sidewalk out front with a soda and two slices. A perfect New York City pizza moment right here in Hell's Kitchen.
Gwen Korbel
Tie: Joe’s Pizza, Sacco. Joe’s edges out Sacco on variety and quality of toppings, on crispness, and they actually deliver to me on 45th – Sacco doesn’t; Sacco beats Joe’s on authenticity to the pizza of my growing-up/high-school/college years, the gooey-ness, and the (remembered) joy of getting a slice or two from Sacco on my way home from wherever.
Andrea Kleiman
I love Sacco pizza. This place is old school NYC. It reminds me of my '70s childhood, and they make a damn good simple slice for $2.75.
Kerry Byrne
Locals (young and old) almost unanimously said Sacco was the best Hell's Kitchen pizza. It was legit! There from behind a little sidewalk takeout window I found everything I had been looking for in a New York pizza: solid sauce, perfect cheese and, most notably, a paper-thin crust so delicate yet so crispy it blew my mind. Arguably the best crust I've ever tasted in a pizza. As wispy thin as phyllo dough, yet pizza flavor through and through. I sat on a little bench on the sidewalk out front with a soda and two slices. A perfect New York City pizza moment right here in Hell's Kitchen.
Gwen Korbel
Tie: Joe’s Pizza, Sacco. Joe’s edges out Sacco on variety and quality of toppings, on crispness, and they actually deliver to me on 45th – Sacco doesn’t; Sacco beats Joe’s on authenticity to the pizza of my growing-up/high-school/college years, the gooey-ness, and the (remembered) joy of getting a slice or two from Sacco on my way home from wherever.
Andrea Kleiman
I love Sacco pizza. This place is old school NYC. It reminds me of my '70s childhood, and they make a damn good simple slice for $2.75.
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