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Jun 25, 2018

Anywhere that has slices for $1.25 or less.

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Jun 25, 2018
TwoSpeakers:

Anywhere that has slices for $1.25 or less.

You looooveee this place don't you ...

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Jun 25, 2018

Hah, haven't been to that one in particular. Actually looks a lot nicer than the ones I'm used to going to. Where's it at, Midtown?

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Jul 10, 2018

HA! Came here to see if someone put 2 Bros. No joke, might be the best effin pizza in the city. If you haven't had it, you have to go.

The brooklyn location and the one in east village easily added 30lbs to my name.

"He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man" - Samuel Johnson

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Jun 25, 2018

Lol precedence on this forum shows that this will indeed evolve into a highly controversial, politically-charged topic.

But I enjoy Pizza Beach on the lower east

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Jun 25, 2018

spumoni gardens brklyn

Jun 25, 2018

Artichoke.

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Jun 26, 2018
MonacoMonkey:

Artichoke.

You truly are insane.

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Jun 27, 2018

I concur.

Jul 10, 2018

I was relatively disappointed with artichoke. Too much sauce, way too creamy. Threw it out after the first bite.

"He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man" - Samuel Johnson

Jun 25, 2018

prince st pizza

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Jun 28, 2018

I second this, all in favor

Jun 29, 2018

Prince Street Pizza by far the best I've had in NY by a mile

Jun 29, 2018

We have a winner here folks.

Prince Street has superlative pizza. This is especially true for those of you who dig pepperoni. For this, it is pretty much a homerun with the bases loaded.

If very traditional is your thing, go to Lombardi's near Elizabeth and Kenmare.

Jun 30, 2018

that chuck e cheese ass pizza?

Jun 29, 2018

That's hilarious.

Jun 25, 2018

One bite everyone knows the rules

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Jun 25, 2018

I'm a big fan of Harry's. There's a few including one in Rock Center.

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Jun 26, 2018

Sbarro

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Jun 26, 2018
thexfactor336:

Sbarro

Bravo, you may have found the only place worse than that dollar slice joint on St. Mark's. (Other than 'skinny pizza' in hudson eats, but I refuse to even call that pizza)

Other than the usual suspects:

Tom's on 125th and Broadway is great for Sicilian. Prince St. Pizza for their 'Spicy Spring' (Grandma-ish). The original Patsy's way uptown for a good NY slice, and the Star Tavern in Orange, NJ for a bar pie.

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Jun 29, 2018
Whatever1984:

Tom's on 125th and Broadway is great for Sicilian.

How did I not know about this? I will be reporting back.

Jun 27, 2018

Michael Scott?

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Jun 26, 2018

Joe's

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Jun 26, 2018

This... Can't believe it took 11 posts....

Jun 26, 2018

big Joe's fan as well

Jun 26, 2018

We have a winner

Jun 26, 2018

Joe's is overrated

Not because it isnt good but because its like a lot of different thin slice, greasy New York slices you can get elsewhere.

I agree with Prince Street which is a very different kind of slice. Might explain my variance in opinion on Joe's.

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Jun 26, 2018

Let's start off "New York Pizza" is not really a thing anymore, at least you can't find many places in Manhattan. You can get close with Famiglia or a Ray's, but slice pizza has gone the way of the Dodo. The best slice pizza I have had in 15 years had been in the Bronx and Mount Vernon.

Now you want to talk pizza, like Brooklyn pizza? Luzzo's, Grimaldi's, Patsy's on 117th and Second in manhattan. Couple of other places too.

Jun 26, 2018

zero otto nove in the Bronx is quite good.

Jun 26, 2018

When I lived on UES, I really liked Delizia 73 (http://delizia73.com) and they've got another one farther north (Delizia 92). I got introduced to margherita pizza through Delizia so there's sentimental value. Prior to that I grew up on pizza chain stuff. It opened me up to the world of better pizza. Similar thing happened with sushi while in NY too (before that I was a poor student satisfied with all you can eat stuff).

I haven't been back to NY since last year, but I went to Delizia when I was there and they still serve by the slice as well.

Jun 26, 2018
kanon:

When I lived on UES, I really liked Delizia 73 (http://delizia73.com) and they've got another one farther north (Delizia 92). I got introduced to margherita pizza through Delizia so there's sentimental value. Prior to that I grew upon pizza chain stuff. It opened me up to the world of better pizza. Similar thing happened with sushi while in NY too (before that I was a poor student satisfied with all you can eat stuff).

I haven't been back in NY since last year, but I went to Delizia when I was there and they still serve by the slice as well.

I live around the corner. Can confirm Delizia is solid.

Jun 26, 2018

their rice balls!

Jun 26, 2018

It's a nice neighborhood, and a lot more convenient now with the new subway line! Before that it was a bit of a walk to the 6 Train (or felt like a bit of a walk when I had to get to work by 8am).

Jun 26, 2018
kanon:

When I lived on UES, I really liked Delizia 73 (http://delizia73.com) and they've got another one farther north (Delizia 92). I got introduced to margherita pizza through Delizia so there's sentimental value. Prior to that I grew up on pizza chain stuff. It opened me up to the world of better pizza. Similar thing happened with sushi while in NY too (before that I was a poor student satisfied with all you can eat stuff).

I haven't been back to NY since last year, but I went to Delizia when I was there and they still serve by the slice as well.

Delizia is okay as a late night option but I find the sauce is too sweet for me.

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Jun 26, 2018

When I was skimming their yelp reviews, that came up a few times (sauce being a bit too sweet). I actually kind of liked that it was a bit sweet. But what would you suggest as a good alternative to try next time I'm in UES?

Jun 26, 2018
kanon:

When I lived on UES, I really liked Delizia 73 (http://delizia73.com) and they've got another one farther north (Delizia 92). I got introduced to margherita pizza through Delizia so there's sentimental value. Prior to that I grew up on pizza chain stuff. It opened me up to the world of better pizza. Similar thing happened with sushi while in NY too (before that I was a poor student satisfied with all you can eat stuff).

I haven't been back to NY since last year, but I went to Delizia when I was there and they still serve by the slice as well.

Mimi's on 84th and Lex always used to be the place to go on the UES, but they closed down a couple years ago. Bobby Flay's first job was working there.

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Jun 26, 2018

Posto or Pizza Gruppo (same owner/menu)

Classica (marinara sauce, fresh tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil) is the best pizza in NYC....the Parma or the Chickpotle pies are also very good if i'm feeling like a wider taste profile.

just google it...you're welcome

Jun 26, 2018

Joe's 100%

Jun 26, 2018

Totonno's and Joe's

Jun 27, 2018

Mariella's on the upper east side

Jun 27, 2018

Emmett's

Jun 28, 2018

Solid choice. Make you drink a lot of water after couple hours though cuz the sauce is salty

Jun 27, 2018

Bella Vita

Jun 27, 2018

Neapolitan Express near the NYSE (Personal pies for $10ish. Great taste and good deal) or Patsy's Pizzeria up in Harlem

Jun 27, 2018

Joe's handsdown.

Jun 27, 2018

Bleeker Street Pizza

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Jun 27, 2018

Rossopomodoro for a beautiful neopolitan style pizza

"It is not our circumstance that controls us, but our thoughts that control our circumstance." -James Allen

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Jun 28, 2018

Im gonna have to go with Patsy's uptown or Roberta's in BK

Jun 28, 2018

Well, as Italian if you want to eat pure Italian food in NYC I would suggest you people to go to Piccola Cucina... Is located in 184 Prince St.
Is a very good one!

Jun 28, 2018

Keste on Bleecker.

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Jun 30, 2018

Keste is fire but literally no one has heard of it

Jun 28, 2018

Has to be Johns on Bleeker or DiFara's in Bklyn.

Jun 28, 2018

Pretty sure DiFara's got shut down for health violations

Jul 14, 2018

i'd let that dude toss my pie on the floor before i ate it. is this substantiated and recent?

Jun 28, 2018

There needs to be oscar-style categories.

New York Style: John's on Bleecker. There's a place in midtown too. They don't sell by the slice.

Convenience/2 AM Pizza: Joe's. It's not better than John's, but you can crush a slice late night.

Sicilian: L&B Spumoni Gardens in Brooklyn. It's not even fucking close. Their sauce puts all others to shame. Do yourself a favor and take a day trip out there (it's deep), you won't be disappointed.

New/Modern Shit: Emily's West Village. This place is legit, make an awesome burger too. Only problem is they think they are the new Dorsia, people wait 3 hours to sit. They deliver but it's not worth it.

Darkhorse: Artichoke makes a really good Margherita slice. The artichoke pie with a stick-of-butter-per-slice, pass. Also, their delivery sucks. BUT, that Cheese or maybe pep is a solid slice.

Jul 14, 2018
jhd311:

There needs to be oscar-style categories.

New York Style: John's on Bleecker. There's a place in midtown too. They don't sell by the slice.

Convenience/2 AM Pizza: Joe's. It's not better than John's, but you can crush a slice late night.

Sicilian: L&B Spumoni Gardens in Brooklyn. It's not even fucking close. Their sauce puts all others to shame. Do yourself a favor and take a day trip out there (it's deep), you won't be disappointed.

New/Modern Shit: Emily's West Village. This place is legit, make an awesome burger too. Only problem is they think they are the new Dorsia, people wait 3 hours to sit. They deliver but it's not worth it.

Darkhorse: Artichoke makes a really good Margherita slice. The artichoke pie with a stick-of-butter-per-slice, pass. Also, their delivery sucks. BUT, that Cheese or maybe pep is a solid slice.

you think l&b is that good? i was a little disappointed in the squares and sauce. the guy probably just didn't pay his extortion and got shot over that... it's probably just your standard canned tomato+ salt. i will go back because the ice cream was worth the trip.

Jun 28, 2018

Luzzo's

Jul 6, 2018

Agreed, Luzzo's is bomb

Jun 28, 2018

Basille's Artichocke is terrific! On the expensive side but one slice is as big as 3-4 slices elsewhere.

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Jun 28, 2018

Both in the Bronx... Marconi's on Gunhill Road, near Montefiore Hospital or Dino's on Mosholu Avenue, which is further north, as you get closer to Yonkers. I can't remember the last time I had good pizza in Manhattan, it's almost always a let-down. I am still mourning the loss of Nonno Tony's on 235th St. - they had a brick oven and their pizza was epic.

Jun 28, 2018

Angelo's, midtown West

Jun 28, 2018

Patsy's (East Harlem location)- So so underrated. Very classic and one of the first of its kind in NYC.

Otto Enoteca - A Batali restaurant over in Greenwich. Very good pizza with different styles (like pizza w prosciutto, arugula, etc). It's definitely on the higher end and does pizza in an Italian format but I recommend nonetheless. There's also a sweet bar there.

Koronet's - A gem located in Columbia's neck of the woods. It's not the "best" per say, but they are giant sized, good tasting and are all around great.

Honorable mentions: Joe's, Bleecker Street Pizza, Grimaldi's

Dishonorable mention: Artichoke's Pizza (the last time I went they accidentally baked a screw into my slice - true story - haven't been back since).

Jun 29, 2018

Don't we pay someone to do this professionally? What's that Barstool Sports Guy? Dave something?

Jun 30, 2018

pro tip: just go to new haven

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Jul 2, 2018

Rubirosa in Little Italy.

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Jun 26, 2018

San Matteo on the UES is pretty up there on good Neapolitan style pizza. The Tartufata White Pizza (mozzarella cheese, truffle pate', prosciutto di parma, olive oil and basil) is literally the best pizza I've ever had.

Jul 3, 2018

Adrienne's Pizzabar pepperoni and sausage (it's relatively fancy), and then Lucali in Cobble Hill are my two faves for quality pizza.

Jul 10, 2018

Only real ones know about Adriennes.

"He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man" - Samuel Johnson

Jul 6, 2018

Just moved to the LIC/Astoria area. Any recommendations for this location?

Jul 7, 2018

Sac's

Jul 6, 2018

Naples45 or Little Italy Pizza in midtown.

Jul 6, 2018

Best I've had is probably Juliana's in Brooklyn

Jul 6, 2018

Emilys in BK

Jul 6, 2018

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Jul 8, 2018

pizza mercato greenwich village about 5 minutes from NYU, amazing and cheap

Jul 9, 2018

Knapp Pizza in BK

If you haven't tried their bacon Alfredo pizza while you were in nyc, i advise you to reconsider all of your life decisions ASAP

https://knapppizza.com

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Jul 14, 2018