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Nino’s Highlights Spniach Artichoke Slices

Nino’s (St. Marks & Avenue A) use to be one of my favorite places to grab a drunken late night slice of pizza. But ever since Artichoke opened across the street my apartment, I can’t say I’ve been back. Nevertheless, ...

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Iganizo’s Open in Dumbo

Time Out New York reports that Iganizo’s is now open in DUMBO. Ignazio’s Just a stone’s throw from Grimaldi’s comes this pie contender courtesy of Hartford pizza maven Louis Termini (Luna Pizza). Aside from a selection of small plates (meatballs!) ...

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Pizza: The Movie

Pizza: The Movie premiered on the Documentary Channel earlier this week. I haven’t gotten a chance to watch it yet, but by the trailer it looks awesome!

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Jim Lahey (Co.) Fights Back

Yesterday we wrote about Frank Bruni’s review of Co. in The New York Times. Jim Lahey, the chef and owner has struck back at Bruni saying the following, via The Observer: We’ve been open only 90 days. We have not ...

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Frank Bruni (New York Times) Reviews Co.

New York Times food critic Frank Bruni has finally written his review of Co. — which was perhaps the most highly anticipated pizzeria leading up to its opening in January (Sneak Peak – NYC’s Most Highly Anticipated Pizzeria Opening). I’ve ...

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Is Matzoh Better Than Pizza?

Oh, Passover is going so swell. Not. Last week The New York Times blog ran a piece, “Is Matzoh Better Than Pizza?” to which I’d have to say, “Hell no!” At a cultural moment when pizza-obsessed New Yorkers stand agog ...

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