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Spunto Opening In West Village

As the newest addition to the proliferating pizza chainlet that includes Gruppo, Posto, and Vezzo, Spunto shares all the requisite DNA: gold-leaf window signage, a name that ends in “o,” and a menu of ultra-thin-crust pizzas. The West Village outpost ...

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Are Manhattan Pizza Prices Dropping?

New York Magazine says so! Maffei Pizza in Chelsea is the latest to reduce the price of its slice (from $2.50 to $2). Brian Lehrer interviews owner Dominick Maffei, along with an economist, and discovers it’s because cheese costs have ...

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Sbarro May Not Make It Through The Year

Eater reports that Sbarro may not make it through 2009. Sweet! Sbarro. (Privately owned; about 5,500 employees). It’s not the pizza that’s the problem. Many of this chain’s 1,100 storefronts are in malls, which is a double whammy: Traffic is ...

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E.U. has closed; Pizzeria Moving In…

… according to the outgoing voice mail message: Ciao, and thank you for calling the former E.U. We are currently changing the E.U into a contemporary Italian-style pizzeria called Tonda. Tonda will be open in approximately six weeks and we ...

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Co Vs. Motorino – GQ Magazine Reports

GQ’s Alan Richman writes: To Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who speaks often of worsening economic conditions and widening deficits, I offer an elegant solution to the woes of New York City: Open more pizzerias. I agree! Read “A Pizza Advice” which ...

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Di Fara has been closed for the past two weeks!

A sign on the door reads: Dominic is currently recovering from broken kneecap surgery which occurred during a slight car accident on icy roads on Monday, January 19. He is doing well. Our expected date of reopening we are estimating ...

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Pizza Beer?

I think I’m going to have to pass on this one. Officially called “Tom Seefurth’s Mama Mia Pizza Beer,” the brew is made with tomatoes, garlic, basil and oregano. It’s kind of like beer-meets-marinara sauce or a Bloody Mary and ...

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