New York is the city par excellence for pizza lovers. Of course, all New Yorkers have their favorite place to eat a slice of pizza (of ‘pie’ as say New Yorkers) and a number of ‘pizzeria’ have become almost sacred places. Please find below our Top 4.
John’s Pizzeria of Bleecker Street, or John’s Pizza – address: 278 Bleecker St
The wood panelling, the classic niches and colorful tables make a moment in this pizzeria experience. The pizzas are made in a wood-fired oven. This is why all pizzas have the crust thin, crispy and well done. At John’s Pizza, they said they make the original Neapolitan pizza. The ingredients are fresh, the sauce is tangy and the cheese is good quality.
NY Pizza Suprema – address: 413 8th Av
The place where this pizzeria in Manhattan is, is a bit surprising. It is not expected to find one of the best pizzerias near Penn Station. Here it is the sauce that is extraordinary. Very rich in taste, but not too spicy. It’s the sauce that makes the difference.
Lombardi’s – address: 32 Spring St
In 1905, the restaurant took the permit of the municipality of New York and was able to settle in the place where it is always. The Interior has hardly changed: small wooden tables, carpet tiles and murals of Italian landscapes. Lombardi’s is a true place of meetings: the glamour couples and large families. We order whole pizzas (not for small eaters!) instead of slices. Lombardi’s has introduced the New York style pizza; crust pizza a bit more thick and well cooked, well stocked with mozzarella, tomato and basil.
Joe’s Pizza – address: 7 Carmine St
To find Joe’s Pizza, arriving at the West 4th Street subway station, let yourself be guided by your nose and ears. All pizzas have a thin, crispy crust and they are topped by enough cheese. Everyone loves the inevitable at Joe’s tomato sauce: a good balance fresh-spicy.