As a younger, cuter Macaulay Culkin once showed us, ordering pizza delivery is a good way to make a night-in feel special. Since every night is a night-in at the moment, getting some phenomenal pizza helps break up the monotony, and supports local restaurants at the same time. Below, you’ll find a list of great options all over NYC.
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Watching Dom DeMarco make you a pie at Di Fara is as much an NYC rite of passage as jumping a turnstile or drinking on your fire escape. But it’s also a major time commitment. So it’s nice to get the same attention to detail - crunchy round pies topped with perfect amounts of olive oil and basil, and squares that taste like they’re soaked in butter - without having to leave your apartment.
On top of the crispy base of the Sicilian pie at L&B, there’s a thick layer of dough that has the consistency of half-melted butter. And on top of that, there’s a lasagna’s-worth of tomato sauce and melted cheese. In other words, it’s going to leave you with the overwhelming desire to be horizontal. Just embrace it, and order some housemade spumoni as well.
Loading a slice, half-pie, or full pie from Corner Slice with toppings is like adding strobe lights and smoke machines to a performance by the Philharmonic. The crunchy, airy crust is good enough to shine on its own, so we recommend keeping it simple with plain cheese and plain white pies from this Hell’s Kitchen slice spot.
Anyone who thinks there’s such a thing as too much melted mozzarella should stay away from the pies at Mama’s Too. Considering you’re reading this guide, you probably aren’t that person, and you should order some slightly spicy, very cheesy pepperoni squares for delivery on the Mama’s Too website.
Just as there are two New York NFL teams in New Jersey, there are Williamsburg Pizza locations from Crown Heights to the Upper East Side. All five locations deliver, so order their massive, delicious pies from whichever one will get to you fastest.
The charred, thin-crust pies at this neighborhood spot in Forest Hills are big, but even with oily pepperoni cups that cover about 80% of the surface, the pizzas are light snacks compared to the calzones. You’d be happy with either, but if you have roommates or empty fridge space, order both by calling the restaurant at 718-263-1126.
Point out that Razza isn’t a designated cultural landmark, and we’ll point out a Jersey City government commissioner who’s on a no-carb diet. This phenomenal pizza spot is offering about seven of their pies for pickup, which you can schedule after paying online.
All pizza is comfort food, but a pie from Emmett’s is more like a hug from an empathetic bear after getting a text that says, “It’s not me, it’s you.” The Chicago-style deep-dish pies are available for delivery every day on here or by calling the Soho restaurant at 917-639-3571.
If the pepperoni cups from Prince Street Pizza were sold in chip bags, we’d have to start wearing bibs on the couch, in the car, and pretty much everywhere else. Instead, they’re served on thick, spicy square slices, which is probably for the best. You can order whole pies for delivery on here or here.
When you order through Sauce’s website, you’ll have the option of adding on a plain pie that’ll be delivered to doctors and nurses at local hospitals. If you choose to do so, Sauce will match it and donate another pie as well. The LES and Herald Square restaurants are serving their usual thin, chewy pies packed with toppings, while the East Village location is offering five frozen pies for next-day delivery.
Best Pizza’s plain cheese pie is straightforward, and exactly what you should order when your night’s going to consist of repeatedly telling Netflix that you are indeed still watching. They also deliver pizza packs with dough, sauce, and housemade mozzarella in case you want to try cooking a pie on your own, or setting up a side-by-side taste test.
We almost always have a preference between a pizza place’s square and round pies, but Marinara may be an exception. This Upper East Side spot offers delivery by the slice, so order some squares, like the “drunk grandma” with vodka sauce, and rounds, which stick out straight as a board, and decide for yourself.
Joe’s and classic New York slices are like Steve Jobs and black turtlenecks. You can’t mention one without the other, and for good reason. Whether you want a half plain, half broccoli pie at lunch, or a meatlovers pie at 1am, order delivery from directly any of their five locations around Manhattan and Williamsburg.
Deciding what kind of wine to drink with pizza could be a Great Courses Plus lesson, so allow us to save you some time. Choose an Italian red from the wine list at Keste, and have it delivered with any of their more than 30 red-sauce Neapolitan pies, like “the butcher” with four types of cured meats, or the gluten-free margherita with buffalo mozzarella.
If you tend to have a more-the-merrier approach to pizza toppings, you’ll be a fan of Beebe’s in Long Island City. That’s not to say anything bad about the thin, crispy crust - it’s just that the perfectly balanced combinations of toppings steal the show. Order one with sweet fennel sausage and mushrooms, or pepperoni, hot Italian sausage, and spicy honey, and add a bottle of wine, which they’re offering at half-price. Call them at 718-208-2895 to place your order, and if you opt for curbside pickup rather than delivery, you’ll get 15% off.
The blistered, chewy Neapolitan-style crust at Barboncino is delicious whether you get a red, white, or garlic pie. Well, there’s no garlic pie on the menu, but the garlic bread is made with wood-fired pizza dough, and it should absolutely be part of your delivery order from this Italian spot in Crown Heights. Order your pie here.
The good thing about ordering delivery from slice shops is that you don’t need to commit to an entire pie. This is key at Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop in Greenpoint, not because you won’t want to eat a ton of the pizza here, but because you should try a bunch of different styles. Whatever you go with, make sure the Freddy Prince Sicilian (vegan optional) and Hellboy are part of your order here.
Montesacro is offering half-off its entire wine list, but maybe you prefer pairing pizza with a negroni, Aperol spritz, or banana daiquiri. On here, this Williamsburg spot specializing in pinsas - Roman-style pizza with focaccia-like crust - allows you to write-in whatever type of mixed drink you want for $10. The heavy pinsas loaded with toppings are plenty of food for one person, but if you want to add some non-pizza items to your order, they’re serving charcuterie platters, as well as pastas from their temporarily-closed sister restaurant, Aurora.
We don’t understand how the cracker-thin crust at Joe & Pat’s can support melted cheese and vodka sauce, but we don’t need to understand it to enjoy it - which you definitely will after ordering delivery from the Staten Island original or their location in the East Village.
There are two things you can expect from an Emmy Squared pizza. First, the thick, fluffy Detroit-style pie with crunchy cheese on the outside is going to be fantastic, and second - you’ll need to retire to the couch immediately after consumption. That shouldn’t take long when you order delivery, which is available from their Williamsburg and Upper East Side locations on here.
The same Detroit-style pizzas you’ll find at Emmy Squared are also available from Emily in the West Village. If they’re not sold out of burgers by the time you order, then add on a double-stack burger that oozes sauce and melted cheese out of a soft pretzel bun.
The chewy but not soggy crust makes the Neapolitan pies at Sottocasa some of our favorites in Harlem. And with the purchase of any bottle of wine, you can get one of those pies - the margherita - for free. Order on their website or call 646-928-4870.
Vezzo in Murray Hill is currently offering half-priced bottles of wine with the purchase of any food item, which means you can get a cracker-thin personal pie and a bottle of montepulciano for $26.50 when you order delivery on their website. If you prefer a heftier pizza-to-alcohol ratio, go with one of the very large pies, like the one topped with hot Italian sausage and four types of cheese.
No matter what your feelings are towards Stone Street when the whole strip feels like a Deutsche Bank tent at Oktoberfest, it’s where you’ll find Adrienne’s, which serves some of our favorite pizza in FiDi. And if you’re holed up downtown at the moment, then its huge, half-red, half-white square pie is a great option for delivery.
San Matteo serves more than 25 types of pizzas, and in the very unlikely event that you need even more pizza-adjacent food from this Upper East Side Italian spot, they also serve panuozzi, which are like giant sandwiches made with pizza dough. To place a delivery order, call them at 212-861-2434.
Camillo is delivering liter bottles of mezcal negronis. If you haven’t already hit “confirm” by the time you read this sentence, then you should also know that this Italian spot in Prospect Lefferts Gardens also serves some great Roman-style pinsas. The big, airy flatbreads are topped with ingredients like tomatoes and guanciale or artichokes and prosciutto, and they’re all around $20.
Patricia’s is a classic Italian-American spot in Morris Park with a long menu that ranges from stuffed artichokes to housemade pastas to cannolis and tiramisu. But most importantly (at least for the purposes of this guide) are the wood-fired, thin-crust pizzas, which you can order for delivery as large or personal pies at 718-409-9069.
Fornino makes very good Neapolitan-style pizza, but this Greenpoint spot doesn’t take itself too seriously. So while the thin, blistered crust is delicious, they still offer a bunch of topping-heavy pies. You can get one with chicken sausage and caramelized onions or brussels sprouts and spicy honey, and any pizza here can be made gluten-free.