- Posted December 10, 2013 by
New York, New York
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John's Pizzeria Times Square
John's in Times Square, in which patrons eat their pizza under a five-story stained glass cupola of what was once the Gospel Tabernacle Church, was born in 1197. Built in 1888, the site was reconstructed to house the largest pizzeria in the country. With over 400 seats, four pizza ovens, and two kitchens.
John’s has had continued success over the past two decades, making what many pizza aficionados hail as "the very best pizza in New York City and beyond."
What separates John from the rest? It's the oh-so-thin, crisp and chewy crust, complimented by the slightly sweet sauce, mozzarella cheese and fresh toppings, which are prepared daily. The pies are baked on the bricks of their famously coal-fired oven, which char the crust, and add to it's mouth watering flavor. John's menu also includes fresh pasta dishes, appetizers and desserts.
Each pie at John’s Pizzeria is hand-made, with no pre-set portion controls - no two pizzas are exactly alike.
I WILL BE THERE THIS SATURDAY WITH MY DAUGHTER....IT HAS BECOME A FAMILY TRADITION TO SEE THE TREE, VISIT ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL ENJOY THE HOLIDAY STORE WINDOWS AND EAT DINNER AT JOHN'S FOR THAT LAST 14 YEARS....
THE PLACE IS VERY LOUD...BUT THE ARCHITECTURE IS A BEAUTIFUL CONTRAST OF PEACE AND BEAUTY.
I RECOMMEND THIS PLACE TO ANYONE VISITING NYC. GREAT LOCATION, FAMILY FRIENDLY, INCREDIBLE PIZZA, AND BEAUTIFUL ARCHITECTURE.