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Re: Stella's Pizzeria
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I prefer conniving asshole.

Everyone has those.

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Actually both are. What does ethnicity have to do with it?


Not a damn thing.

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Actually both are. What does ethnicity have to do with it?

I don't go around complaining about greedy WASPs.


You're right, next time I want to describe a conniving individual (man or woman), I will say "conniving person" or "conniving human", this way it won't make me a sexist bigot, because what does sex have to do with it.

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Actually both are. What does ethnicity have to do with it?

I don't go around complaining about greedy WASPs.

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Gonna call someone a nigger next time you have a dispute with a black person?


"conniving Greek" is a racial slur? Would "coniving African American" be okay?

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The pizza at stellas is fine for a by the slice place. What are you expecting?

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Nope, not Nick, nor an acquaintance. I just dislike people who toss in bigoted remarks for no f***ing reason, when it's probably a personal dispute.

Gonna call someone a nigger next time you have a dispute with a black person?

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Stella's is owned by a lying, conniving Greek. His pizza is not anywhere near NYC standards.



They may still be getting by with the money they made during Sandy when they were the only restaurant open for a day and had a line down the block.

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Both Stella's and Helens are awful. Never are at the other place mentioned in this thread


Someone must like their products they are still in business.

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Both Stella's and Helens are awful. Never are at the other place mentioned in this thread

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If this is Nick, you know what you are.

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Stella's is owned by a lying, conniving Greek. His pizza is not anywhere near NYC standards.



Go f*** yourself. As a lying conniving Greek to trash.

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Leave the pizza making to the Italians !


??wut why??

http://www.pizzatoday.com/departments ... la-minneapolis-mn-page-2/

This Korean-American pizzaiola studied with Tony Gemignani and also studied in Naples for her craft, and got voted best independent pizzeria in the country by consensus, this year.

She has neapolitan, New York-Neapolitan, and New York pizza covered.

If the pizza at Stella's is not good (it's inconsistent, let's say, at best), its unlikely to have much to do with the ethnicity of the owner. Or have I lost my mind??


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I think they are somehow merging with A1. A couple of the guys from A1 are going to work there now. Also that pizza is pretty bad.

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Stella's is owned by a lying, conniving Greek. His pizza is not anywhere near NYC standards.


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There is a sign on Stella's window that says it is now open 24 hours, as of 9/1/14. Good to know!

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I get Stella's pizza (by the slice) once every month or so, since it's on my way home from work. It's never been really good, but it's never been awful either. Much better than Esperanto's or Helen's. I've also tried their chicken parm sub & cheese calzone, both are also alright. Nothin' special.

If anyone works in downtown NY, "Little Italy Pizza," on Park Pl. between Church & B'way (almost directly across from the WTC PATH), is delicious (but pricey). This is my usual "go to" pizza place when I want a slice on my way home.

If I don't realize I want pizza until I'm already on the PATH - I'll get Stella's. :)

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I had Eggplant Parmigiana from Stella's a few months back, and it was mediocre.

Unless they change ownership or hire new cooks, I don't plan on heading back there (especially when there are so many other good options in Downtown Jersey City).

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Delivery pizzas from Stella's have usually been pretty good. The re-heated slice on the go, not so much....but not so bad that I avoid it while in a hurry. Only other complaint i had with them is their lasagna is consistently cold in the middle....they never heat it long enough.

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stella's and helen's were 2 of the first places I had when I first moved here.


The way to get good pizza from Helen's is to order thin-crust pizza and pick it up yourself. Their thin-crust pizza is great.

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Stella's is great.....when compared to pizza in Oklahoma.

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I think Stella's pizza is pretty good actually.

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Leave the pizza making to the Italians !

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stella's and helen's were 2 of the first places I had when I first moved here. Needless to say, they are both not in the rotation!

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I've never dined in, but I think their delivery pizza is really good. Many people have also commented that the pizza is very good, and it has always been consistent.

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Man, I wish I owned Stella's. That place has so much potential. RIGHT near the Path, on Grove.

I WANT to like it, but the pizza is just awful. They need a new recipe/chef there. Unacceptable quality. There is nothing tasty about it.

If their pizza was even decent, I would stop in there all the time on my walk home from the Path.

Also, their sign says "Brick Oven Pizza"....but, umm, there are no brick ovens in there.

Some new signage, an interior makeover (with a real brick oven), and a new pizza chef would turn that place into a gold mine.

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