About The Parlor
At The Parlor, diners can experience the delicate, wood-fired soul of Neapolitan pizza spun with carefully-sourced, local, and seasonal ingredients. Look for an ever-changing array of classic and innovative pies that simultaneously deliver bold flavors and a clear conscience. Plus, along with pizza, The Parlor offers small plates that touch on the whole spectrum of culinary experience. Look for rustic salads, wood-roasted vegetables, and delicately smoked wings. This is food cooked by chefs who care (mostly because this is what they like to eat themselves).
At The Parlor, we offer scissors as an alternative to us cutting your pie, ultimately empowering the diner and creating a playful, efficient way to share with your friends. Alongside a fork and knife, scissors have been the standard in Italy for centuries. Trust us: they work better—plus, you can cut any size slice you like.
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
Pizzeria, Comfort Food, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Closed
Tuesday-Thursday: 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Friday - Saturday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday - 12:00pm: 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The Parlor Ratings and Reviews
I've been wanting trlo try The Parlor for a while now, ever since seeing their feature on Fios 1. I was banking on trying their Bone Marrow Pizza but hubby is not as adventurous as I so we settled for the Sausage Pie. He leaned my way with the Pastrami Wings appetizer and we both love everything! Make sure you get the condiments because that Sriracha Honey is great on ALL THINGS! Staff was phenomenal and very attentive. Guadalupe was our server and she was great, pointing out the specials and giving good suggestions. The decor is hip, giving its nod to good old fashioned NYC pizza with a flair. I mean, you just can't best serving your pizza slices with a pair of scissors. Amazeballs.
I've wanted to try The Parlor after seeing a blurb about it in the Best of Westchester Magazine. I am a Neapolitan Pizza Foodie and loved the food and service. The pizza was excellent! Although I wasn't a huge fan of the scissors they gave us to cut it. The beer selections were very good. The service was outstanding. All of the key elements of a great pizza place with a fantastic local vibe.
PS - The Apple Cider Slushie was PHENOMENAL!! (both with and without a shot of Bourbon).
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Food was amazing as always. Unfortunately we had the worst server. She barely checked on us, never asked how our food was, watched her hang out as our drinks were ready at the bar for a while.... Other waitresses/bus boys were great with picking up her slack. Regardless, we will definitely be back since every other time was flawless and amazing food.
As usual, The Parlor was awesome! We go all the time, but we brought my fiance's parents before our tour of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and they loved it too. We shared the Pizza Frite special as our appetizer and it was great-- like a big zeppole filled with sauce and cheese. All the pizzas were perfect and the four of us shared a Dough Cone (the highlight for sure!) My only complaint (and it's a silly one)-- the apple cider slushie was delicious, but it didn't come with a mini pie like the one they posted on Facebook. Not that I needed a mini pie with all that food, but, you know, for the Insta :)
Love the parlor, took my boyfriend here for his birthday. We had a manhattan and a mule to start at the bar while we waited for our table. We started with a parlor pocket (as always, I could eat 10 in one sitting) and the new pickles which were phenomenal being a pickle lover, shared a 40 of colt 45 which brings me back. I ordered the everything bagel pizza which is something descended upon me by the gods. My favorite parlor pie I've ever had since they opened. He had the soppressata pie which also, was phenomenal. The vinegar peppers make it. I love this place, the scenery, and the underground punk rock vibe. Definitely one of my favorite places ever in westchester. Let alone New York.
We were disappointed in our experience. The place was unbearably noisy, with loud music and the crowd making conversation very difficult. The service was slow. The salad inside the hollowed out pizza dough was just lettuce, cheese and some pickled item---no tomatoes or other items listed on the menu. Finally, the pizza crust on our pies was burnt, and the sauce was very sour. All in all, not what we'd hoped.
We have been interested in eating here based on excellent reviews of the pizza so made a reservation for an early Sunday afternoon dinner. When we arrived, the room was about half-filled mostly with families and young kids (as expected). What we did not expect was the assaulting loud music blaring throughout the dining room. In fact, the music was so loud that we decided we could not enjoy a conversation while eating so we beat a hasty retreat without getting to sample the pie. Very disappointing indeed. And surprising too, since the music was clearly set to "nighttime bar" volume rather than "family dinner on Sunday evening."
We ordered 3 different pies on this visit. Meatball, Brussel Sprout and Shrooms. We hit a 2 out of 3. Parents ordered the Meatball as that was probably one of the most 'traditional' type pies on the menu. Meatballs were not to flavorful, so that was disappointing to my folks whom are more traditional. The Shrooms pie was probably the tastiest of the Trio. Brussel Sprout pie delivered but I personally favored the Shrooms pie that my Son ordered. Fun place and servers are really nice, although don't expect the same speed of service you might expect in a Manhattan establishment. Will be back again at somepoint when we're craving some more interesting pizza or the Appetizers.
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