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San Biagio's New York Style

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1263 W 7TH St
Upland, CA 91786
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(909) 946-9277
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Best

My family has been frequenting Biagio’s for over 30 years. If you want to taste REAL New York Pizza, this is the place. The family is wonderful, the food excellent, and it is a ...

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if you ask for extra cheese it only shows up in your receipt, third time i asked for xtra cheese and got nothing. i ask for it on the side now..this pizza is a 4 on a scale of 10...

whats the big deal 10/23/2010

if you ask for extra cheese it only shows up in your receipt, third time i asked for xtra cheese and got nothing. i ask for it on the side now..this pizza is a 4 on a scale of 10. real thin nothing GREAT about it. i stopped going. expenses place for such a bar type atmosphere. more

whats the big deal 10/23/2010

if you ask for extra cheese it only shows up in your receipt, third time i asked for xtra cheese and got nothing. i ask for it on the side now..this pizza is a 4 on a scale of 10. real thin nothing GREAT about it. i stopped going. expenses place for such a bar type atmosphere. more

THE BEST IN CALIFORNIA BY FAR! 1/1/2009

My family has been frequenting Biagio’s for over 30 years. If you want to taste REAL New York Pizza, this is the place. The family is wonderful, the food excellent, and it is a great place for family and friends to meet. I live near San Diego and visit Biagio's every time I am in the Inland Empire area. Well worth the drive. You will not be disappointed! more

NY-style pizza in Inland Empire! 8/15/2005

What a find this place is! If you're a pizza purist like me and don't go for barbecue chicken and other weird pies, but want a taste of New York-style Italian-American culture, check this one out. Its strip mall location isn't very Gotham, but one can only do so much about geography. And Biagio himself is straight outta Little Italy (or at least Cobble Hill), a real paesan - I assume the place is named after his namesake saint, not that he considers himself a saint. Because the pizza's good, but not quite heavenly. Excellent sauce, flavorful and fresh-tasting, a bit on the sweet sauce. The crust has a good, bready texture & flavor, and is thin, but lacks the blistered char or crunch characteristic of New York's finest pizzerias. The cheese is standard dried mozzarella - no gourmet bufala here. Toppings are tasty - don't have the bite of the best fresh-made sausage, but he sources from good places. Decor is very casual, even plain - linoleum, metal chairs, pictures of family and mirrors with beer logos on the walls. To me, this adds to the feeling of familiarity and coziness - reminds me of the simple, friendly pizzerias at the center of every town in Connecticut, where I grew up. (No, Connecticut isn't New York, but we have a lot of Italian-Americans there, too.) Beer & wine are available, but we didn't try them, as it was a family outing. Takeout available, but no delivery. And if you go easy on the booze, you'll have trouble spending over $10 a head. Well worth it. more
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