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1300 W Midway BlvdBroomfield, CO 80020Map & Directions
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The Original New York Style Pizza
ORIGINAL NY PIZZA Ristorante Italiano
Original NY Pizza
Parking: Lot, Private
Cuisines: Caterers, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Bike Parking: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
03/06/2012Provided by Citysearch -
I'll give you the service isnt great, but this is as close to authentic NY Pizza that you will get in CO. When I go to get a couple slices, that last thing I care about service. The fact that they walk your food to the table is impressive enough.
Great Pizza, who cares about the rest
09/25/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I have frequented this place several times trying to grasp why people go back. The place is dirty, the kitchen is a disaster, and the food is inconsistent. Ralph the owner is rude, just plan rude. I can not understand why people put up with him. He is a loud mouth that insults everyone!! I have seen him send burnt pizza out to customers, he eats behind the counter while making food, and yells at his staff (most of which is family)! He is miserable their and is driving the place into the ground. I can not believe how he treats his wife. AVOID THIS PLACE@ ALL COSTS.
01/22/2011Provided by Citysearch -
A very good pizza. word of Italian. Good like a real Italian pizza. Delicious cannoli and excellent espresso.
I met Carmela and Raphael (the owners) when I came to Broomfield from Italy in September. I will spend a year in Broomfield to the Nativity of Our Lord and I'm glad to have found them. Good friends, good pizza, people of great faith. May God bless them.
Umberto (seminarian at the Nativity of Our Lord, Broomfield)
11/29/2010Provided by Citysearch -
For a casual, easy going time out with family and friends Original NY Style Pizza is it. Very busy Friday and Saturday nights, so patience is a virtue. Typical NY attitude, which is loads of fun when you play it up.
Good pizza, Great Spaghetti & Meatballs with a glass of Chianti....you're set.
10/28/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I have eaten here many several times. The pizza is good but the service is horrible and the guy making the pizza ""Ralph"" is the rudest person I have ever layed eyes on! It amazes me this place stays in business with him around. His wife is sweet as can be but her husband, Ralph treats everyone including her like they are trash. The food tastes good when it is done right but many times my pizza has been over cooked. I have complained twice and both times I was told ""It's Fine"". The last time I was there two families walked out because it took so long to get the food. When they inquired about the wait time they were told they could leave if they were not happy! No Kidding! DO NOT SUPPORT RALPH. To his family, I feel for you!
08/29/2010Provided by Citysearch -
If you want an attitude from the guy behind the counter and you want to be abused and belittled, this is the place to go. Be on your toes and walk on eggshells because the insults will take you off guard if you're not ready for them. Oh, and the pizza is bland. The only way you'll think this is NY Pizza is if you've never had pizza in NY. Go to Original Pizza if you think you deserve to be treated like dirt. Go somewhere else if you want at least average pizza and service.
12/12/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I'm a Jersey Girl, transplanted to Colorado in 1975. Have been hunting for great pizza for years and found it at Original NY Pizza. Thin crust, sauce with just enough kick and yummy melted cheese on top. We like our crust a little crispy so we always request a little extra time. Have come to know Ralph and Carmella well over the years. Ralph is NY gruff on the outside, marshmallow sweet on the inside with a mischeivous sense of humor-just look at his eyes when he asks you an obvious question. Carmella works hard always but take a minute to ask her about her grandkids and she lights up. Food is great, true NY family owned business. We wish them all the best and hope we can enjoy thier pizza for many years ahead.
08/03/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Probably one of the most unpleasant lunch experiences I've had. The staff constantly belittled every customer as they ordered, and treated them as a burden when delivering their food. They hassled many guests about coupons, overcharged us for our food, and charged for drink refills. Our calzones were over-baked to the point that I just ate the inside and threw out the hard, burned crust. Maybe New York is known for attitude, but it seems they brought only the bad part of it to Colorado.
01/01/2009Provided by Citysearch -
90% of my job is travel ALL over the country. I always make it a point to eat whatever the area I am in is famous for. When in Texas, TexMex, When in Oklahoma, Steak, When in Alabama BBQ, When in NY, always get pizza at least once. This pizza is hands down 100% NY pizza. It is excellent, to the point it is addictive. For 2008/2009 it was voted peoples choice #1 Pizza in Denver.
06/30/2008Provided by Citysearch -
As someone who lived in New Jersey a half hour from Manhattan for 19 years, I can say with confidence this is the real deal. The bad attitude is part of the whole experience. If you don't like it, go to Pizza Hut.
As for the workers who are upset, there comments should be removed. If you like working at a Pizza restaurant, it's not NY Pizza.
06/03/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Well, the pie was pretty decent. I would give patronage to the place more if it weren't for the owner. I am echoing many people's comments, but he's just not exactly the person you want to be the dashing image of your business. From my experience, I had ordered a pizza and wanted dessert as well. When I asked for a piece of tiramisu, he said they were out of it. No problem, I thought. He then suggested a cannoli as a substitute and as I was deciding, he gave me the most rediculous ""You know what those are, right?"" I'm sorry, but this guy is a moron to assume I don't know what a cannoli is. I spent fours years of college right near Boston's North End so I'm no newby to italian food or gruff owners. The way he treats patrons is just too rediculous for Colorado so I would recommend doing what I am...not going there. What a pompous idiot.
02/07/2008Provided by Citysearch -
""Forget about it"".... I mean really forget about patronizing this place. The owner cops an attitude like someone forgot to tell him he was in Colorado. Between the owner's negative attitude towards coupons and credit card purchases less than $15 dollars save yourself the aggravation and time and go elsewhere.
The coupons are sent out on regularly basis but, the way staff acts, one would think someone was illegal printing them. They charge an extra and unreasonable amount of gratuity, if you use a coupon for eat-in service. They also dis-contently credit coupons if you call in an order but, forget to bring it in with you. And don't get me started on the attitude you catch if your total is less than $15 dollars. The owners is a real ball buster, even though the total is well above $15 dollars when you factor in tip.
My advise go elsewhere... the owner acts like he doesn't need the business so don't give it to him.
09/19/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Food took way to long to heat up. Both the owner and his wife think they are still in New York. I tried to look them in the eye and smile and say thank you and they basically look away and grunt. Decent pizza, not great, boring decor, cold ambiance. You can tell they like themselves better than anyone else likes them.