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Pizza in New York

  • Pete Zaaz
    766 Classon Ave. | Brooklyn

    Zaaz doesn’t peddle the kinds of pies you find elsewhere in the borough – except maybe the one called “Brooklyn,” which features tomato sauce and excellent mozzarella, only substituting marjoram... More on Pete Zaaz »

  • Saraghina
    435 Halsey Ave. | Brooklyn

    This newfangled pizza parlor, run by Italians from Emilia-Romagna, came as a surprise in Stuyvesant Heights, but the neighborhood has clasped the restaurant to its bosom (the owners live just down... More on Saraghina »

  • John's of Bleecker Street
    278 Bleecker St. | West Village

    Don't even think of going to any of the other Johnny-come-lately branches of this august Greenwich Village institution--only the original turns out superlative thin-crust pies. Order the... More on John's of Bleecker Street »

  • Juliana's
    19 Old Fulton St. | Brooklyn

    Pizza royalty Patsy Grimaldi returns to Brooklyn’s pizza scene at the age of 81 with Juliana’s. It might sound late for a comeback, but this pie legend’s still got it. The pizza at Juliana’s is... More on Juliana's »

  • Co.
    230 9th Ave. | Chelsea

    Those who've grooved on Jim Lahey's vegetable-topped sheet pizzas at Sullivan Street Bakery (now located in Hell's Kitchen), won't recognize the products of this Roman-style pizzeria. Even the... More on Co. »

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  • Two Boots Pizza
    42 Ave. A | East Village

    When it comes to pizza in New York, there's generally that which you compare to pizza in Italy, and then there's pizza-New York pizza. Two Boots is the small but fanatic third party of pizza. Many... More on Two Boots Pizza »

  • Tony & Tina's Pizza
    2483 Arthur Ave. | Bronx

    Skip the pizza. The real strength of this corner pizzeria lies in its Albanian food, including a homemade yogurt-$1 per 8-ounce cup-that's as good as any in the city, tart and thick and coarse.... More on Tony & Tina's Pizza »

  • Lil' Frankie's Pizza
    19 First Ave. | East Village

    The second project of the Frank's empire is superior in many ways, especially the wood-oven pizzas (pick the polpettine, littered with tiny sage meatballs) and the modest selection of roast... More on Lil' Frankie's Pizza »

  • Market Café
    496 Ninth Ave. | Garment District

    Though nominally a French bistro, the long-running Market Café also proffers a menu of delicious individual pizzas (our favorite: clam and mozzarella) and formidable pasta choices, in addition to... More on Market Café »

  • Pulino's Bar and Pizzeria
    282 Bowery | Nolita

    Keith McNally's Bowery venture features two wood-burning ovens, whence come almost everything on the menu save the antipasti and charcuterie. Pizzas are the focus, ranging from a simple margherita... More on Pulino's Bar and Pizzeria »

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