Walking into Song’ E Napule feels like stepping foot into Naples, Italy. It also doesn’t hurt that Song’ E Napule’s pizza is the BEST option for authentic Neapolitan pizza in NYC.
Originally opened in 1933, Patsy’s is a grandfathered coal-oven pizzeria living up to the responsibility of churning out exceptional pies
It’s not fancy but it’s always fresh, hot and delicious. The crust is nicely charred and the pie boasts the perfect ratio of sauce to toppings
The large slices demand to be folded and the thinly stretch dough is the ideal canvas for the delightful marinara sauce and quality toppings.
The double-pepperoni cups are sheer perfection and the dough is perfectly chewy with a satisfying crust.Prince Street's walls are adorned with photos of the owner with celebrities!
This iconic pizza shop boasts an incredible achievement — it’s officially the first pizzeria in America.
John’s of Bleeker Street is an iconic NYC pizza shop that was founded in 1929.The pizza is served fresh out of the oven so you can expect hot and delicious pizza within 20-minutes of sitting down
Perhaps Julianna’s success can be attributed to their hand-built coal fired ovens (the first commissioned in NYC in over 50 years).
The wood fired pizza at Roberta’s is made in an oven that churns out thousands of pies a week. The pizza crust is expertly charred and the Bee Sting pie is the perfect union of flavors.
It’s perfect by all standards. The crust is perfectly charred and thin, the sauce is on the light side and the generous globs of cheese are as chewy as they should be.