V & T Pizzeria
1024 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10025
Phone: (212) 663-0679
Phone: (212) 666-8051
Fax: (212) 663-0679
V & T Restaurants
V & T Pizzeria & Restaurant
V & T Restrnt
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Mediterranean, Caterers, Family Style, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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05/30/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I usually really like their pizza, but the last time the cheese was sparse and there were several dry air pockets in the tomato sauce baked crust. I only order delivery, which is timely, but I've also had some pasta that was pretty bland (baked ziti). Hopefully the sloppy pizza last time was just a fluke because it's usually quite good.
05/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
20 minutes ago, I would have told you this was a great place to get a home cooked meal. I just called for delivery and was told that getting pasta underneath my chicken (not getting red sauce) would cost me extra. So placing my chicken on the pasta that I will get as apart of my meal and NOT putting red sauce on it will cost me extra??!! No, thanks. I just threw their menu away. There are too many great places in the city to deal with this level of ridiculousness.
If you?re looking for really great Italian on the UWS, go to Le Vela. It?s outstanding!
03/30/2007Provided by Citysearch -
V&T is an excellent Italian restaurant. The food is just the way it should be GREAT! I only have one complaint. The service. The staff doesn't deal too well with crowds. They become very overwhelmed and that's when the service that is otherwise very attentive becomes slim and rushed. Just a suggestion if you look in and see it is full wait until it has died down a bit the service will be what it should be. COMPLETE!
01/15/2007Provided by Citysearch -
When I was attending Coulumbia, V & T was a weekly habit for me and my friends! The salad pizza is the best pizza I've had in NY, and we have the best pizza in America right here in NY! If you're not in the mood for pizza, try the Eggplant Parm...Mmmmmm! A really great place for friends and family...worth the trip uptown just to check it out!
11/28/2006Provided by Citysearch -
As a full-blooded New Yorker (born in NYC, lived in Brooklyn, eaten just about everywhere), the experience of watching that ridiculously cheesy Pie gripping the round metal tray as it comes toward your table is like stumbling onto an oasis in the Sahara. The ""experts"" and the ""guess what, I've been here ten minutes so now I am a New Yorker"" seem to favor pizzas with the same charcoal taste as your Great Uncle's fireplace or the insulting decorative pie with small slices of Mozzarella, a dab of sauce and spices that more closely resembles a focaccia bread than a pizza. V & T is comfort food, it envelops your senses and makes you happy. If you want nuance and subtlety in your pizza then make it yourself or wait in line with other self-important palates. If I wanted soot with my pizza, I would have been a chimney sweeper.
07/04/2006Provided by Citysearch -
V&T is what baby pizzas hope to be when they grow up. They sit and read about the exploits of a V&T pizza: its deliciousness; its flaky, tender crust; the perfection of the tomato sauce and cheese combinations; the supreme pepperoni. They pray to their Food Gods to make them into a good pizza like V&T's. Some baby pizzas get their wish. Others have to go to other restaurants and feel sad until they're eaten. Yeah, sometimes the service can be slow. If that's a problem, go to McDonald's and destroy your insides.
03/09/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This is one great place to eat pizza & more out but not a good place for take-out pizza. Because of the delicate thin crust, take-out pies get soggy in their boxes. Try their plain pizza with fresh garlic or eggplant. Their eggplant is so delicate, sweet & tender! Also, top the meal with a delicious and perfect slice of tiramisu. Waiters are slow but sweet.
07/24/2002Provided by Citysearch -
I've been living in the Columbia University area
for about 10 years with 3 kids - now in their teens.
This is one of our all-time favorite. Great pizza at a reasonable price, variety of pasta, salad, pitcher of soda or water on the table, kids can move around without any comments by other patrons... Many family, senior citizens, students, and little league teams! I'd call it an 'italian dinner'.