Both restaurants are on two floors, but the one in Broadway is much spacious and can much easily welcome a large party.
Besides pizza and pasta, the restaurant serves soups and salads, like the Insalata Siciliana on the photo below.
They also serve panini; the one on the photo below is a chicken parm panini.
Previously, I tried their pasta, specifically the Fettuccine Alfredo and the Rigatoni A La Vodka. It was good and they were generous with the sauce. But, know that the pasta are not homemade.
This time, we got pizza. When you order, you have to go through a simple selection process:
- First, pick the size of the pie: you can either order a small (6 slices) or a large pizza.
- Second, you decide if you want a white pie (made with ricotta or mozzarella - no tomato sauce) or a regular pie (tomato and mozzarella).
- Last, you pick your toppings. They propose several ones like mushroom, olives, pepperoni, anchovies, broccoli (seriously? Do you think it will make it healthier???), onions, prosciutto...
So we decided to share two large pizza. The first one was a white pie.
This one was disappointing: it was very dry and there was not that much cheese!
The second one was a regular pie with mushrooms and prosciutto di Parma.
It was delicious! The pizza sauce was good and they put some good quality prosciutto on it. I also like the crust on both pizza: thin, crispy and slightly blackened, result of the cooking in the coal oven that you can see when you enter the restaurant.
Angelo's pizza is not that bad, but it is clearly not the best pizza in New York. I also find that it is a bit overpriced and the service was a bit slow. So if you decide to go, avoid the white pie...
Enjoy (I half did)!