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I was wondering if anybody has been to this pizzeria on 38 East 23rd Street

between Park & Madison. I am planning on going but I want to know if it's good.

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I've heard it's very good.

I actually wanted to go there on Sunday, but unfortunately I got glutened at brunch so I never made it there. If you go let me know how it is.

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Yea so today I went to Mozzarelli's for lunch. It was good, but I think the best part is that they sell it by the slice ( $3. 50, I think). There was no dessert, which was a bummer. I have to say Risottoria is better because there is more of a variety.

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Yea so today I went to Mozzarelli's for lunch. It was good, but I think the best part is that they sell it by the slice ( $3. 50, I think). There was no dessert, which was a bummer. I have to say Risottoria is better because there is more of a variety.

LOL!! I was at Risotteria for lunch today.

That is awesome that you can just get a slice, and not expensive either. I mean yeah more than a regular slice, but that certainly isn't bad. How does the pizza compare to Risotteria's?

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The pizza is made in a brick oven which made it taste really good. So it was crunchy and chewy just like new york pizza should be. I personally think that Risotteria's pizza is better. Mozzarelli is good for those days when it's just you can you only want one slice.

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I love Risotteria but have not been able to bring myself to go back there since they were temporarily shut down by the board of health.

I've went to Mozzarelli's once and found the pizza to be very good. The crust is more like a "normal" pizza than Risotteria's thin-crust, but Risotteria offers much more variety as here they just have the traditional tomato sauce, cheese pizza.

I called Mozzarelli's over the weekend to see if they had any gluten free pizza left and they told me that during the week they now sell a whole variety of gluten free desserts along with the pizza. So, I'll have to stop by and check it out and report back here.

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wow - i hadn't heard about this place before. I've been going to risoterria every 2 weeks. i'd love to go more often, but it takes too long to get to and costs too much. this place sounds like it's better on both.

i'll have to check it out

thanks for the heads up!

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I love Mozzarelli's. I make it a point to go at least once a week. I actually like the pizza better than the pizza at Rissoteria but I am a big fan of sicilian pizza so I like the thicker crust. I always go during the week. The last time I went they had gluten-free carrot cake (which in hindsight I should have gotten since I love carrot cake) I am probably going again tomorrow so maybe I will check out the desserts then.

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so i went there today

the crust was a little overdone

but if it wasn't overdone, i think i would be a fan

i'll try it again - maybe as soon as tomorrow

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I've heard it's very good.

I actually wanted to go there on Sunday, but unfortunately I got glutened at brunch so I never made it there. If you go let me know how it is.

It's a good thing you didn't go on Sunday. Apparently they are open Mon-Fri. My husband & I took the bus down from the theater district on Saturday. I was totally psyched for ordering pizza by the slice and totally bummed out that they were CLOSED!. They are in the insurance district and many places don't bother opening on the weekends.

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It's a good thing you didn't go on Sunday. Apparently they are open Mon-Fri. My husband & I took the bus down from the theater district on Saturday. I was totally psyched for ordering pizza by the slice and totally bummed out that they were CLOSED!. They are in the insurance district and many places don't bother opening on the weekends.

I went tonight for dinner (around 7ish). They didn't have any prepared, so I had to order 2 slices because that was the minimum they could do. But it was a short wait, and it was AWESOME!!! First pizza in 2 years, boo-yah! 2 slices and a drink for about $10. Especially in NYC, I call that reasonable! I told the manager (?) on the way out that the pizza made my day. My only disappointment? I don't get into the city often and I'm moving cross-country next week!

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I finally got to Mozzarelli's! My husband and I took Wednesday off to go to the city for a show. After we got our tickets at TKTS we took the bus downtown so I could finally walk into a pizza place and order a slice! Well, I had 2 slices. First, a regular cheese slice, then a veggie slice. I was in gluten-free heaven! They also have a few gluten-free pasta dishes listed that they will make fresh. On the way out I bought some gluten-free biscotti that I noshed on while walking and still had some to take home.

Too bad they are only open Mon-Fri.

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LOVE Mozzarelli's!!!!! I went for the 1st time a couple weeks ago, and went back again for lunch last Friday. I think I may make it my ritual Friday lunch.

The first time I had a spinach mushroom slice and a bruschetta slice. Both were wonderful, but the bruschetta slice.... OMG HEAVEN!!!!!! I wanted the same when I went last week, but they were out of the bruschetta :( so I got the spinach mushroom and a sausage slice.

They also have a chocolate cake which is incredible.

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