Coming from a family that owned a pizza place in Queens many years ago (since sold), and having a grandmother who made pizza and foccacia for use every Sunday, pizza surely courses through my veins. I finally decided had to venture to DiFara's it the other day after seeing the name repeated and praised here so many times.
Good? I suppose. As fantastic as the raves I've read on here? No. The sauce just didn't make my taste buds buzz the way grandma's did. The crust wasn't crunchy/chewy/olive oily the way I like and need my pizza to be.
Definately not worth the trip for me.
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