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REMOVED: Primo Pizza 84

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 2 reviews )


Contact 212-874-2000

57 W 84th St (at Upper West Side, Manhattan), New York City, New York, USA, 10024

Vegetarian pizza restaurant that offers appetizers, salads, sandwiches, and other entrees. Could get cheese-less pizza. Ask if stocks vegan cheese. April 2014 added meat to its menu, no longer veg - REMOVED. Open .

Category: Lacto, Pizza, Italian, Fast food, Delivery, Take-out

Reviews (2)

First Review by Poundie

Amazing pizza, amazing variety, all veggie! - Edit

Primo has *THE BEST* pizza in the neighborhood, and no meat ever in the store. From the classic -- plain cheese -- to amazing combos -- like smoked provolone and truffle oil -- and even gluten free or cheese-less vegan pies. The owner's a character, too. Classic pizza guy.

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Pizzeria - Edit

This is pizza parlor, somewhat like a smaller version of Ray's Pizza from around the corner. You can order a slice to eat on one of the few stools in the front, or takeout apie or similar pizza parlor type fare. You might at first not feel that this any different from a standard pizzeria, until you notice that (1) there are a few vegan piaaz offerings, and (2) ALL the pizzas are vegetarian, so you won't be grossed out by the pizza servers using the same knife for a pepperoni pizza as they do for you pizza.

The service is friendly, and hey--pizza always tastes good for fast food.

Pros: Quick, inexpensive

Cons: not gourmet, sparse setting

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