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Pizza CSNY, Carryout and Delivery New York-Style Pizza by the Owners of Pizza CS in Edmonston Crossing Shopping Center - Open for Lunch and Dinner Seven Days a Week

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On 11/11/2016 at 5:35 PM, DanielK said:

And without spilling too much of the news, if you drive slowly north on Rockville Pike, and look in the strip centers on the right, there's a pretty unmistakable sign about a mile north of the joint...

I will keep my eyes peeled as I inch my way up the Pike on my next pizza run. Not only are their pies great, everyone in the shop is so nice -- whether they're patiently taking a long phone order, when you come in for pick up or when you're eating in. Fond of Frankly, too -- it's not the same, but we're lucky to have better pizza around these days.

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On ‎12‎/‎21‎/‎2016 at 7:22 PM, coolcreek said:

I will keep my eyes peeled as I inch my way up the Pike on my next pizza run.

In the interest of public safety, the CS NY Pizza location is at the northern-most end of the same strip mall as Penzeys and Iron Age. Last time I was in, Jonathan thought it might open in maybe March (but everyone's calendars move right). I hope the "good pies" will be there too. Sounds like their current location is good to 2018.

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On 12/22/2016 at 0:47 PM, Lydia R said:

CS NY Pizza

Whoa, are they going to make New York style pizza there and not Neapolitan? 

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19 hours ago, Kev29 said:

Whoa, are they going to make New York style pizza there and not Neapolitan? 

Yes, I spoke to an employee and he told me it will be NY style.  Also, they currently plan to serve sandwiches and other non-pizza dishes. 

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The second location will be mostly takeout/delivery - only a few tables.

It will be their take on a Brooklyn pizza shop - NY thin, plus Sicilian, Grandma, wings, meatball parm, etc.

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22 hours ago, pras said:

Time for the new concept's own thread?  Coverage from Bethesda Magazine.

Perhaps. Michael Landrum will justifiably have a beef (I swear I posted before noticing this) with me making two threads out of restaurants named "Pizzeria CS" and "Pizzeria CSNY," but given that they are different concepts; not just slight variations on the name, gives it additional merit (and we did have different threads for Ray's The Heat, Ray's The Catch, Ray's City Vista, and Ray's The Classics).

In these cases, I generally go straight to the owner and flat-out ask: Are these supposed to be similar concepts, or not? K.N. Vinod, for example, wanted a single thread for both Indique and Iindique Heights.

So yes, I think a new thread makes sense. Just keep posting here for the time being, and I'll split it (I just can't do it at this particular moment).

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43 minutes ago, dracisk said:

Crap, no place to eat in and it's 20 minutes from my house. I'm guessing we won't be in the delivery area?

Can always go for a little stroll

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1 minute ago, Kev29 said:

Can always go for a little stroll

The ambiance is not quite the same on Rockville Pike.

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Spoke to Jon recently at CS -- he says the NY takeout shop should open around May 1st. No delivery for awhile as they get their bearings. 

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They're unofficially open weekdays from 11:30-3 for a few weeks - they don't have enough staff yet for full operations. Limited menu for the time being - thick and thin pizzas, meatball parm, chicken parm, drinks.

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56 minutes ago, DanielK said:

My 15 seconds of fame:

It's not 15 seconds - you've become one of the most respected restaurant critics in DC.

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9 hours ago, DonRocks said:

It's not 15 seconds - you've become one of the most respected restaurant critics in DC.

An exaggeration, for sure, but much appreciated.

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Grabbed a few slices today, that's some darn good pizza. I liked the NY style better than the Sicilian personally, though both were good. Good sausage too, looking forward to them getting the rest of their toppings lined up so I can get a proper ricotta + sausage pizza (my favorite for NY style).

Well the bad news is it sounds like their delivery range will be just short of reaching where I work (they said 3.5 miles is the current plan but it might expand). The good news is they will be open 7 days a week so I can actually get some pizza on a Monday night.

As expected there's only about ~5 seats in the place, so unfortunately that does make it difficult to bring friends along.

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1 hour ago, Koozebanian Fazoob said:

Well the bad news is it sounds like their delivery range will be just short of reaching where I work (they said 3.5 miles is the current plan but it might expand). The good news is they will be open 7 days a week so I can actually get some pizza on a Monday night.

It's not impossible - if you're a regular customer, and tip well, it never hurts to ask them to go the extra mile for you.

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They should be open for dinner hours starting the 26th, put your eyeballs on their FB page to be sure of course. They have wings now as well, still need to try out a meatball sub though.

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