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Posted by Antonio on 12/05/2013
If Delfina says that the pizza she makes is Italian is false. It is best if she define her pizza NY style. First of all to make an Italian pizza should have brick oven open fire secondly do not put fat in the dough.
Posted by JMikeSmith on 04/14/2010
Delfina (and Delfina Pizzeria) are great: while one is upscale and the other more casual, the warmth of the hospitality is only surpassed by the care and deliciousness of their great food !
Posted by Joe on 11/19/2007
I'm spoiled in that I live on the same block as Delfina, so we get "to go" from here at least once a week. You can never go wrong with any of the pastas (my favorite in the city) or any of the meat specials, such as the rabbit, pork shoulder (my fav) or short ribs. Save room for desert! Delfina is what I measure all other dining in the city by, and at many places I've paid 2-3X for food not half as good. Just don't park in my driveway!
Posted by juliette on 10/25/2007
great ambiance. i love the interiors of this place. the service was also very good. however, the food is uninspired and, to be honest, a bit boring. i like my basic 'new american italian transfusion' as much as anyone else (okay that is a lie, i like it much less) which may have affected my take on this place, but for a restaurant that books itself as italian it might have had less of a southern comfort food vibe (mashed potatoes and chicken are on the menu). the gnocchi was delicious and i'd come back for it again - same for the baked ricotta - but probably not for anything else. it's also overpriced - for both the food and the dining experience. pizzeria delfina next door looked much hipper and more fun and i regret not going there instead.