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The Parlor: The Best Pizza Place You’ve Never Been

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I’ll get straight to it: The Parlor (14 Cedar Street) is one of the best pizza places I’ve been to and you should plan a trip there as soon as possible.

Back in the summer of 2014, I was passing through Dobbs Ferry — which is a 45 minute drive north of NYC — with a friend. We were hungry and stumbled across The Parlor. I thought it was pretty solid at the time, although we only ordered two pies, so I didn’t have much to judge it on. I returned a year later with my fiancee and had an equally awesome experience, but once again we were limited to two pies. In order to put The Parlor to a true test, I gathered together a bigger group and we headed up there on a recent Saturday afternoon to try a greater portion of the menu — six pies in all. Every single one was delicious.

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The Parlor looks like it belongs in Brooklyn. There is rock music blasting, exposed brick walls, craft beers on tap, and tattooed waiters and waitresses staffing the tables. Sounds a lot like… Roberta’s, right? Or one of the dozens of other “hip” spots seemingly modeled after Roberta’s. Everyone is trying so hard to be Brooklyn these days and often times it’s not genuine. Luckily, at The Parlor they’ve put their own spin on what a “hip” pizzeria should be. And not only does it work, but it has flourished in a quaint town of 10,000 residents which is probably best known as the home for George Washington’s encampment during the Revolutionary War or — 200 years later — as the childhood home of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. If Zuck ever makes to The Parlor, I’m sure his review …read more

Source:: I Dream of Pizza