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About Ignazio's

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What people say

"This Italian spot specializes in pizza and is very historic. They're famous for putting caesar salad on a pizza. It's very popular. I've had it, it's actually refreshing. This place pretty much always has a line because it's such a classic spot, but it moves pretty quickly. If you don't want to wait in line, but still want to try their pizza, you can always order takeout and then take it to the park for a picnic. "
"If the line at Juliana's is long and you just have a craving for a quick slice of pizza, than Ignazio's around the corner is the winner. Very crispy slice with lots of flavor. They also have a nice view of the Brooklyn Bridge depending on where you're seated! If you want a full pie, I'd tell you to try to brave the line at Juliana's instead."
"Great local spot for pizza! You can order slices and drinks from their outdoor window. They move much quicker than other nearby pizza spots!"

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