Přeskočit na obsah

Eugenia’s Guide to NYC Pizza

Eugenia

Eugenia’s Guide to NYC Pizza

Food scene
A thin-crust legend, Jay-Z and Beyonce once skipped the Grammy's to grab a bite here. The pizzeria also offers hearty calzones. Be warned that the waitresses are often sarcastic and the wait can be long, but NYC pizza connoisseurs agree that the food is worth the trouble.
96
místní doporučují
Lucali
575 Henry St
96
místní doporučují
A thin-crust legend, Jay-Z and Beyonce once skipped the Grammy's to grab a bite here. The pizzeria also offers hearty calzones. Be warned that the waitresses are often sarcastic and the wait can be long, but NYC pizza connoisseurs agree that the food is worth the trouble.
After retiring and selling Grimaldi's, Pasty Grimaldi decided he couldn't stay out of the pizza business. When Grimaldi's moved out of it's original location and next door, Pasty decided to come out of retirement and open Juliana's in the original location of Grimaldi's. These moves spawned a Grimaldi's/Juliana's rivalry that New Yorkers and visitors benefit from, in the way of another top-quality pizzeria. Trip Advisor rated it the best pizza in the US in 2015 and fans continue to rave about the coal-oven cooked pies. For something truly decadent, try The Heartstopper: house-made mozzarella, scamorza, pancetta, scallions and truffle oil (no tomato).
45
místní doporučují
Juliana's
19 Old Fulton Street
45
místní doporučují
After retiring and selling Grimaldi's, Pasty Grimaldi decided he couldn't stay out of the pizza business. When Grimaldi's moved out of it's original location and next door, Pasty decided to come out of retirement and open Juliana's in the original location of Grimaldi's. These moves spawned a Grimaldi's/Juliana's rivalry that New Yorkers and visitors benefit from, in the way of another top-quality pizzeria. Trip Advisor rated it the best pizza in the US in 2015 and fans continue to rave about the coal-oven cooked pies. For something truly decadent, try The Heartstopper: house-made mozzarella, scamorza, pancetta, scallions and truffle oil (no tomato).
Another slice of pizza passion and drama in NYC, Grimaldi's was started by Patsy Grimaldi, who learned how to make pizzas at the tender age of ten from at Patsy's in East Harlem. The pizzeria is no longer owned by Pasty, who sold it off in the late 1990s. Though under different ownership, the pizzeria continues to be rated one of the top pizzeria's in NYC is was chosen as one of the five best pizzerias in the US by the Food Network.
97
místní doporučují
Grimaldi's Pizzeria
1 Front Street
97
místní doporučují
Another slice of pizza passion and drama in NYC, Grimaldi's was started by Patsy Grimaldi, who learned how to make pizzas at the tender age of ten from at Patsy's in East Harlem. The pizzeria is no longer owned by Pasty, who sold it off in the late 1990s. Though under different ownership, the pizzeria continues to be rated one of the top pizzeria's in NYC is was chosen as one of the five best pizzerias in the US by the Food Network.
Another historical pizzeria, Di Fara isn't as old as some of big names like Patsy's and Lombardi's, but it's still well-known as one of the best pizza places in the city. Anthony Bourdain called it "the best of the best". People queue up for a slice of pure pizza deliciousness, each one hand-made by the owner daily.
59
místní doporučují
Di Fara Pizza
1424 Avenue J
59
místní doporučují
Another historical pizzeria, Di Fara isn't as old as some of big names like Patsy's and Lombardi's, but it's still well-known as one of the best pizza places in the city. Anthony Bourdain called it "the best of the best". People queue up for a slice of pure pizza deliciousness, each one hand-made by the owner daily.
Unlike most of the other famous historic NYC pizza places, L&B Spumoni Gardens makes their pizza Sicilian style, with a thick crust. Their "slices" are not the usual pizza wedge, but square, fluffy and very tasty. In the summer, there is an outdoor area open, and the location also sells traditional Italian Spumoni ice cream, as well as has a full dining room that offers a host of traditional Italian dishes.
26
místní doporučují
L&B Spumoni Gardens
2725 86th Street
26
místní doporučují
Unlike most of the other famous historic NYC pizza places, L&B Spumoni Gardens makes their pizza Sicilian style, with a thick crust. Their "slices" are not the usual pizza wedge, but square, fluffy and very tasty. In the summer, there is an outdoor area open, and the location also sells traditional Italian Spumoni ice cream, as well as has a full dining room that offers a host of traditional Italian dishes.
This pizza place was opened by an employee of Lombardi's in 1924 and serves delicious traditional NYC pizza pies. The crust is thin, chewy and beautifully charred, the sauce flavorful, and the cheese rich and delicious.
11
místní doporučují
Totonno's Pizzeria Napolitana
1524 Neptune Ave
11
místní doporučují
This pizza place was opened by an employee of Lombardi's in 1924 and serves delicious traditional NYC pizza pies. The crust is thin, chewy and beautifully charred, the sauce flavorful, and the cheese rich and delicious.
The rectangular, thinish crust, grandma-esque pies at Adrienne's defy categorization and are totally worth exploring. The bar offers unusual toppings like arugula and brocooli raab - definitely worth a taste if you're at the tip of Manhattan.
28
místní doporučují
Adrienne's Pizzabar
54 Stone Street
28
místní doporučují
The rectangular, thinish crust, grandma-esque pies at Adrienne's defy categorization and are totally worth exploring. The bar offers unusual toppings like arugula and brocooli raab - definitely worth a taste if you're at the tip of Manhattan.
Lombardi's was founded in 1905 and is acknowledged by the Pizza Hall of Fame to be the first pizzeria in the US. Whether or not that is true, this pizza place is a part of NYC pizza royalty and serves one of the best pies in the city. Using a coal-fired oven, the pizza is baked with San Marzano tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella and their signature shreds of basil. Unlike other pizzerias, Lombardi's does not offer slices; so if you want to sample this piece of American pizza history, you'll need to buy a whole pie.
96
místní doporučují
Lombardi's
32 Spring Street
96
místní doporučují
Lombardi's was founded in 1905 and is acknowledged by the Pizza Hall of Fame to be the first pizzeria in the US. Whether or not that is true, this pizza place is a part of NYC pizza royalty and serves one of the best pies in the city. Using a coal-fired oven, the pizza is baked with San Marzano tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella and their signature shreds of basil. Unlike other pizzerias, Lombardi's does not offer slices; so if you want to sample this piece of American pizza history, you'll need to buy a whole pie.
Emmy Squared offers square pies with thick crusts that are a hybrid between a Sicilian and a deep-dish pizza.This unique pizza is baked twice and then topped with sauce afterward.
Emmy Squared East Village
83 1st Avenue
Emmy Squared offers square pies with thick crusts that are a hybrid between a Sicilian and a deep-dish pizza.This unique pizza is baked twice and then topped with sauce afterward.
Emmy Squared offers square pies with thick crusts that are a hybrid between a Sicilian and a deep-dish pizza.This unique pizza is baked twice and then topped with sauce afterward.
37
místní doporučují
Emmy Squared Williamsburg
364 Grand St
37
místní doporučují
Emmy Squared offers square pies with thick crusts that are a hybrid between a Sicilian and a deep-dish pizza.This unique pizza is baked twice and then topped with sauce afterward.
Opened in the former location of the famous Una Pizza Napoletana, Motorino's pizza is cooked in the wood-burning Acunto oven hand-crafted in Naples that Pizza Napoletana used to make its heavenly pies. And Motorino's pies have the same beautiful puffy, chewy, hearty crust. This pizzeria is known for it's amazing clam pie (butter sauce instead of tomato) as well as other innovative pies like brussel sprouts (with pancetta). The meatball antipasti is especially noteworthy and recommended.
70
místní doporučují
Motorino
349 East 12th Street
70
místní doporučují
Opened in the former location of the famous Una Pizza Napoletana, Motorino's pizza is cooked in the wood-burning Acunto oven hand-crafted in Naples that Pizza Napoletana used to make its heavenly pies. And Motorino's pies have the same beautiful puffy, chewy, hearty crust. This pizzeria is known for it's amazing clam pie (butter sauce instead of tomato) as well as other innovative pies like brussel sprouts (with pancetta). The meatball antipasti is especially noteworthy and recommended.
The pizza made in the gas-fired over at Denino's has an incredibly crunch and firmness that doesn't require folding. That's important if you're trying their signature clam pie. Though to be one of the best in the city, smooth mozzarella and a generous swirl of garlic compliment the clams.
Denino's Greenwich Village
93 Macdougal St
The pizza made in the gas-fired over at Denino's has an incredibly crunch and firmness that doesn't require folding. That's important if you're trying their signature clam pie. Though to be one of the best in the city, smooth mozzarella and a generous swirl of garlic compliment the clams.
The pizzas at Emily are wood-fired like a Neapolitan but charred New Haven-style. The signature pie is the Emily, topped with truffle Sottocenere, honey and pistachios. The Colony is another popular pie, with pepperoni, pickled chilis and honey on top.
8
místní doporučují
Emily WV
35 Downing St
8
místní doporučují
The pizzas at Emily are wood-fired like a Neapolitan but charred New Haven-style. The signature pie is the Emily, topped with truffle Sottocenere, honey and pistachios. The Colony is another popular pie, with pepperoni, pickled chilis and honey on top.
John's opened it's doors in 1929 and is known to be one of the four original pizzerias in NYC. The pizzas are still made the same way with the same ingredients - cheese going on first before adding sauce on top before going into a coal-fired oven. Go wild loading your pizza with all the ingredients you want; the thin, crunchy crust holds up perfectly, even piled high with toppings.
61
místní doporučují
John's of Bleecker St.
278 Bleecker St
61
místní doporučují
John's opened it's doors in 1929 and is known to be one of the four original pizzerias in NYC. The pizzas are still made the same way with the same ingredients - cheese going on first before adding sauce on top before going into a coal-fired oven. Go wild loading your pizza with all the ingredients you want; the thin, crunchy crust holds up perfectly, even piled high with toppings.
Pizza blogger Slice Harvester (http://www.sliceharvester.com/) gave NY Pizza Suprema the only perfect score in his endeavor to rank every pizzeria in NYC. -shocking, given the mediocre-looking, Madison Square Garden-facing hole in the wall. This slice shop doesn't aim to provide you something fancy, but nails the cheap, authentic New York slice. Stiff enough to fold, each slice is also oily enough to stay moist. The sauce is slightly sweet, but the creamy mozzarella balances each bite.
14
místní doporučují
NY Pizza Suprema
413 8th Avenue
14
místní doporučují
Pizza blogger Slice Harvester (http://www.sliceharvester.com/) gave NY Pizza Suprema the only perfect score in his endeavor to rank every pizzeria in NYC. -shocking, given the mediocre-looking, Madison Square Garden-facing hole in the wall. This slice shop doesn't aim to provide you something fancy, but nails the cheap, authentic New York slice. Stiff enough to fold, each slice is also oily enough to stay moist. The sauce is slightly sweet, but the creamy mozzarella balances each bite.
Fermented for 60 hours before baking, Corner Slice features one of the most perfect pizza crusts in NYC. The menu is simple; with three pie varieties: tomato, cheese, and white. If you're looking for something a little more complex, you can spice them up with toppings like garlic, pickled chili, sausage and sopresatta.
Corner Slice
600 11th Avenue
Fermented for 60 hours before baking, Corner Slice features one of the most perfect pizza crusts in NYC. The menu is simple; with three pie varieties: tomato, cheese, and white. If you're looking for something a little more complex, you can spice them up with toppings like garlic, pickled chili, sausage and sopresatta.
Not to be mistaken from the chain, this pizza place is considered one of the original pizzerias of NYC. The pizza is best when it's a simple sauce and cheese pie. The coal oven makes the crust amazingly chewy, with the right amount of char and their attention to fresh and delicious ingredients makes it a well-rounded pie.
88
místní doporučují
Patsy's Pizzeria
2287 1st Avenue
88
místní doporučují
Not to be mistaken from the chain, this pizza place is considered one of the original pizzerias of NYC. The pizza is best when it's a simple sauce and cheese pie. The coal oven makes the crust amazingly chewy, with the right amount of char and their attention to fresh and delicious ingredients makes it a well-rounded pie.