Bleecker Street Pizza

69 7th Ave S, New York City

4.5
  • Phone Numbers: 12129244466
  • Address: 69 7th Ave S, New York City
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
  • Restaurant features: Outdoor Seating, Delivery, Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover
  • Good for: Kids, Local cuisine, Families with children
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Open Hours:

  • Mon

    10:00 - 02:00, 00:00 - 02:00

  • Tue

    00:00 - 02:00, 10:00 - 02:00

  • Wed

    00:00 - 02:00, 10:00 - 02:00

  • Thu

    00:00 - 02:00, 10:00 - 03:00

  • Sun

    10:00 - 02:00, 00:00 - 05:00

  • Fri

    00:00 - 03:00, 10:00 - 05:00

  • Sat

    00:00 - 05:00, 10:00 - 05:00

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Reviews

  • Alex Glatt

    5
    - 31 August 2018 -

    I visited for the upteenth time today. It’s a small place with great food which is made fresh with every order. I’ve known the owner Greg for many years. He, “Tony” (asst mgr) and his whole staff make sure every order is delivered to you as quick as possible and is superb in every possible way. The recipes are family secrets and carried down to the food. It’s great food for the price;especially if you’re in “The Village” needing a good place to chow down with people that care about what they do.

  • Shelly N

    1
    - 09 August 2018 -

    This place was a major disappointment, it was on numerous lists of top pizzas in New York... what a shame. We visited NYC for our first and possibly only time all the way from a small town in Utah. I really hoped to have some of the world's best pizza, we walked in here and immediately walked out and headed to John's right down the street, unfortunately there was a long wait there and we had to make it to our Broadway show in time so we went back to this little shop. A hot white pie had just come out of the oven so we're just bought the whole thing. They were nice and sold it to us for the whole pie price, instead of per slice but they put in back in the oven for some reason and burnt the crust. It was pretty flavorless too. So sad. We would have rather paid $8 at the 99 cent pizza place (for high quality Little Caesar's type pizza) near Central Park than wasted $28 for a mediocre pizza. I really regret not going to John's or Joe's instead. New York pizza really let me down. 😢 Hopefully we can come back someday.

  • Ed Roberson

    5
    - 07 August 2018 -

    One of the best pizzas ever. Dive of a place and hotter than a firecracker inside but definitely worth the trip. By the slice or by the pie depending on your group size and tastes. We did both. Pepperoni/ grilled Chicken was awesome. Try it with a little hot sauce on top.

  • Brittany Gates

    5
    - 04 August 2018 -

    I read some reviews and watched some videos about this pizzeria and I don't understand why some reviewers give this place average scores. The pizza here was tasty! The crust was crispy but not chewy. The toppings were ample. The service was decent. They were really busy when I arrived. The only downside about this place is the small shop. Just like many other pizza shops in the area, there's not much room to walk around or eat inside.

  • Amber Grace Sale

    5
    - 27 June 2018 -

    This place is good. It hasn’t knocked my socks off but if you’re in the mood for some cheap pizza with a place to sit this is a good place to go. Joe’s pizza is a few blocks away and in a better area and better in my opinion but it has no seating so this place wins on the seating. Overall, I would recommend it!

  • Katherine Savarese

    5
    - 03 March 2018 -

    Was brought here by a Free Tours By Foot food tour of Greenwich Village by our fantastic tour guide Lori! Pizza was delishhhh! And just generally they were friendly and very accommodating. It was a cold day so we prob were an especially needy crowd shuffling in and out of their modestly sized establishment. Go and get the Nona Maria!

  • Wesley Miller

    1
    - 02 March 2018 -

    I've enjoyed way better pizza from pizza joints in the 'Hood. I highly recommend Vinnie's Pizza III located in Jersey City intersecting Danforth Ave and Rt. 440. Now there is where you go to enjoy some really best-of-the-best pizza. It's 'slap yo' Momma!' delicious.

  • Christopher P

    5
    - 03 February 2018 -

    Some of the best pizza I've ever had. It's a small restaurant. The staff is extremely friendly and the Manger/Owner gave my party special attention to ensure we enjoyed our stay. Like most pizza joints in NY, they claim to have been voted best pizza. I have no doubts because it was delicious.

  • Lauren Hudock

    5
    - 22 January 2018 -

    No frills by-the-slice joint in the heart of the West Village, evoking the timeless quality of New York City pizza. One of the best of its kind in Manhattan, its constant stream of customers ensure you're always getting a fresh slice even if you have to stand to eat it. It rivals its nearby sit-down competitors in taste and flavor without the long waits. Bleecker Street is a must-visit for anyone hoping to sample the best of NYC pizza.

  • mike olsen

    4
    - 03 January 2018 -

    Really good pizza, there are awards banners out front but unlike some places that say best in NY this one actually deserves accolades. I have never had a bad slice there plus they have a very nice selection of beer if you feel like washing down your pizza with an adult beverage. The only real issue is that the inside is super small so seating can be tough especially when a pizza tour comes by.

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