Good New York Style Pizza.
For pizza this restaurant ranks high on our list. It is definitely authentic New York thin crust pizza and very good. You won't get a processed pizza here but instead a good hand tossed pizza made the old fashioned way in a seasoned oven.
The atmosphere isn't anything to write home about, but it's clean and so is the restroom. The service is average but the people are usually very nice. You can't go wrong here.
Chicago deep dish.
Have had the pepperoni pizza in the past and it was good. Nice crust, good cheese, perfect amount of sauce. Recently however I must have gotten the chefs on a bad night. The Chicago deep dish was grossly overflowing with ricotta cheese and we probably had a total of 6 pieces of pepperoni on the entire pie. The White pizza would have probably been better with some sauce.
The best NY Pizza in Utah!!!.
This is not only the best NY style pizza but also by far the best pizza in Utah. The Ft. Union location is great since we were driving from Utah Valley to 33rd for pizza for over a year! Buy this, Eat this, ENJOY LIFE! Pizza time is too precious to waste it eating any other pizza than this...
YOU from the east? BIG APPLE pizza solution..
Big Apple is hands down the best place to get pizza in SLC. If you are like me and miss the east coast every now and then, you can drop on in and say hi to Jon, Shai and now Eli in the new store over on Ft. Union 7206 s 900 e (thank god- as we were commuting over to 33rd to get pizza from Sandy!) With all the NYC memoribelia on the wall, and the friendly service, you can't go wrong. It has the real thin crusted NY taste with just the right amount of cheese and sauce. So if you get a hankering for a pie from the east-check it out.
We tried the calzone (rated number one by the 2004 city search survey). It was very tasty - lots of cheese and meat filling and a crispy crust - lots to eat too - shared by two, its a whole meal. Ordinary strip mall place - will try the pizza next time.
Nothing fancy to look at, but the pizza is mighty fine.. The Scene It's your typical strip-mall pizzeria. Don't be shy about bringing kids--there's plenty of room for them to run around while you wait for your pie.
The Food The pizzas are New York-style, with a thin crust that can get soggy if you order a lot of toppings. Some of the more popular specialities include white pizza (with plenty of garlic) and pesto pizza. Go for a calzone if you're not in the pizza mode. If you're in the market for something different, try a pizza bender--kind of a sub sandwich made by folding a pizza crust around your meat and cheese choices. Several pasta choices are also available, including that East Coast favorite baked ziti.
I had read reviews and decided to check this place out. The pizza was great and so were the chicken wings we had for appetizer. Prices are reasonable and the service was good. This is a casual, beer and pizza joint that has great food.