152 "Pizza" Restaurants in New York.
Come on people, this is completely out of control. It's Thursday night at 2:30am and there's a line forty deep for a slice of pizza? That's just stupid.
The self-proclaimed "first pizzeria in America," Lombardi's has long been at the top of the list for tourists looking for a taste of real NYC pizza.
Motorino isn't the best pizza in New York City, but it is one of our most frequented pizza joints in town.
Olio Pizza e Piu managed to get one of the worst Infatuation ratings ever. Each pizza we ordered was a mess of rubbery cheese and crust – heavy, sloppy and unappetizing.
Whatever your restaurant need, Lil Frankie’s can probably solve it. This is the ultimate utility player.
The only thing that is keeping Rubriosa from being one of NYC’s classic Italian restaurants is time. Let’s eat vodka sauce pizza while we wait.
Roberta’s is a pizza place in Bushwick that kick-started the new Neapolitan pie movement in NYC.
Celeste is an Italian trattoria that has been a UWS neighborhood staple for years.
PizzArte is not just another pizza joint. It also happens to be an art gallery. That must have sounded awesome in the business plan.
Don Antonio is a place that offers more pizza varieties than you could ever want on one menu, and does so in what has to be the least appealing place to eat pizza imaginable.
The food at Otto isn't awful. Otto is, however, an overpriced tourist trap that seems to exist only to make Eataly look civilized and affordable.
We feel sorry for anyone who doesn’t have a Paulie Gee’s in their neighborhood as an option for excellent Neapolitan pies.
Speedy Romeo is the best restaurant you haven’t been to. Put it on your Hit List and make the trip to Clinton Hill.