Lombardi’s – 11.03.2006

Lombardi’s – 11.03.2006

Tuesday, November 14, 2006 by Wendy Lam

32 Spring Street
New York, NY 10012

The Scene
Opened in 1897 at 53 Spring St., just down the street from its present location, Lombardi’s is easily one of the city’s oldest eateries. Now, since taking over the space next door, the restaurant has almost doubled its former size. And while the original half–with its well-worn booths and open kitchen–easily out-charms the new dining room, the famously long wait has been cut in half, and thanks to the addition of a bar, it’s almost a pleasure. – Citysearch

I’ve been meaning to try this place out, since everyone tells me its the best pizza around. I passby this place everytime I shop in SoHo and its always crowded, filled with people outside waiting for tables. And the bad thing about this place is they don’t sell by single slices, you have to get a pie. Finally YM’s B’Day came around me and his co-workers and a few close friends decided to suprise him and have a lil get together for him there. What good is a party without ‘good’ pizza? We came here and the pizza was delicious but not the best I had better (IMO), its good but nuttin’ like I’ll craze for all the time. Peep the pizzas after the jump…


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