Well I've read a bunch of good reviews here on Wall Street, and I do love good pizza, so I thought I'd give it a try. Let me preface this by saying that I hold all places that I eat at to high standards. I love a good pie and that's definitely not what I got from Wall Street. BTW-someone mentioned in an earlier post that it was some of the best "NY Style" of pizza in Portland. Are you serious? I just recently in New York City four months ago and this pizza would not pass over there. But I will continue.
First off, what I ordered: a 14" half-pepperoni, half-cheese pizza, a small Caesar Salad, and 6 garlic rolls (which came complimentary with the salad). For a little over $20 for two people, better pizza can be found elsewhere. The pepperoni slices tasted like what was used to make them: cheap ingredients. The only aspect that was appealing was the garlicky-rich crust that I believe they dust with a brush to add a little something to the very lackluster-tasting crust. It reminded me a little of Chucky Cheese's pizza...and that isn't the greatest of compliments. The cheese slices weren't much better, and were actually more bland considering there were no toppings. Simply put, good cheese pizza doesn't need toppings.
The salad was quite "blah" and the croutons seemed like they were from a shelf at Fred Meyer. The garlic rolls were probably the best part, and that's not good a good sign considering pizza is supposed to be the main item on display here. So I gave it a shot and it failed. Probably won't be going here again, but I will list just a few other pizza places you can go in Portland and know you won't be eating cheap, un.
Escape From New York, Apizza Scholls, Ken's Artisan Pizza, Pietro's, Hot Lips, Pizzicato, American Dream, Old Town Pizza, etc...To be honest, I'd rather have a slice at Pizza Schmizza than Wall Street, and I'm not a huge fan by any means.
Pros: Garlic Rolls, and ummm...not much more
Cons: VERY greasy, cheap ingredients, rather bland Ceasar Salad