They've got good pizza and pasta. You could possibly get better New York style pizza in New York but not in Texas.
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Cheese oozing pizza. The prices are great and the staff is very polite. Awesome customer service and attentiveness. Because it was freshly made, there was a little wait . . . probably because we were hungry too. Worth the wait.
A very family friendly restaurant with a great menu for being a little place off the beaten path. It is BYOB inside and they encourage a bit of wine with the food. The best Calzone and Stromboli in the city I have found. The pizza...More
When I visit my family in Texas, I always tease them that there are certain foods (e.g. pizza!) that can't be done right in the Lone Star state. My visit to New Yorker Pizza and Pasta proved to be an exception. The fresh rolls are...More
Prices are amazing here for the real deal. You can get the NY fold over pie you want with a Texas variety of toppings. Two slices and a drink with the best yeast roll in town is a mere $5.95. The service is so so,...More
Went with my brother in law. He got the pepperoni roll and I selected Stromboli with a side salad. I was surprised that we were served rolls as we waited. The Pepperoni Roll was very good. The Stromboli was very large, and very tasty. I...More
The food is top shelf at a great price. The only negative was the server . She forgot everything we told her, what we were drinking, our appetizer, the to go box. The experience was good anyhow. The prices are reasonable.
We order from New Yorker all the time for office lunches. The 16" pizza is huge, subs, pastas, calzones, entrees, it's all good. The only thing I haven't tried from here is the desserts. I give them an A.