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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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They make a really delicious NY-style pie.  I bought a 14-in. cheese pizza intending to share it with my son, but I stayed in the parking lot and ate the whole thing in my car.  Glad to hear the hours are expanding soon. 

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23 hours ago, Koozebanian Fazoob said:

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.

I'll let you know when the official announcement happens - my kid is working there for the summer now.

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For the weekend, they'll be open until 9p, or until they run out of pizza. Monday closed, and probably back to lunch-only hours next week for a bit more. They just don't have enough trained staff to operate both places at full bore yet.

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We had their boneless wings with hot honey bbq, and a pepperoni/mushroom. Both were great! I'm not a boneless wing afficionado, but I could have eaten these like a bowl of (big) popcorn. The sauce was fantastic--a bit of heat and very flavorful. The pizza was exactly like I would have expected--so different from the CS neapolitan pies, but really excellent. We can't wait to have more...

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We were the only people in there at lunchtime today.

That's a crying shame - this is probably the closest to a New York pie you can get in the DC area. But the Sicilian might actually be the better slice. Chicken and meatball parm subs were great too.

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13 minutes ago, DanielK said:

We were the only people in there at lunchtime today.

That's a crying shame - this is probably the closest to a New York pie you can get in the DC area. But the Sicilian might actually be the better slice. Chicken and meatball parm subs were great too.

Thanks for the reminder - I'll stop in tomorrow. Maybe the summer is tough in that location. Richard Montgomery starting the school year in a few weeks could help.

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4 minutes ago, Kev29 said:

Thanks for the reminder - I'll stop in tomorrow. Maybe the summer is tough in that location. Richard Montgomery starting the school year in a few weeks could help.

There's construction in the shopping center as well, which I'm sure is hurting the walk-in/drive-by traffic.

But mostly this is a prod to readers not in the immediate Rockville area that this is worth a trip.

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That construction is unfortunate. I was there a few weeks ago on a Friday night. It was a bit early (about 6:30pm), but it wasn't very busy. We really enjoyed the pizza and the chicken parm sub.

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Went tonight and really enjoyed our large cheese pie. Quick warm up in the oven after the drive home and the slices were excellent. The dough has the right amount of savoriness (read: there is actually a bit of savoriness, it's not bland or sweet). I'd say it's the most NYC-like in the area, and probably the best for the style. I really like Wiseguy too but their pies can be a bit on the heavier side, more of a substantial crust.

I'd go a lot if it was closer. As for the lack of crowds, it's a concept that would probably work really well in the city, with the higher transplant rate and more people who think a lot about their casual food. But I know Jon and Ankur aren't wanting to pay high transplant city rents :-) Or maybe they just need to get people in Rockville addicted to this NYC pie. They certainly did that with their VPN pizzas at CS. 

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On 4/23/2020 at 10:11 AM, DanielK said:

They're not going to. But their other location CSNY a mile up the street remains open.

Yes it is - that was my dinner last night (CSNY).

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They’re currently open everyday from 3:30 - 9:00 pm. This week they added a bake it at home kit. Phone: 301-298-3650 menu:  csnypizza.wixsite.com

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