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South Brooklyn Pizza E. Village Outpost: Deliciously Pricey

South Brooklyn Pizza E. Village Outpost: Deliciously Pricey

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS LOCATION IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED, HOWEVER THERE IS STILL AN OUTPOST IN OPERATION IN BROOKLYN AS OF NOVEMBER 2016. What defines a trend? So goes the saying: one’s company, two’s a crowd and three’s a party. And ...

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Roberta’s: The Future Of Pizza

Roberta’s: The Future Of Pizza

Of the hundreds of hours I spend each year reading about the New York City food scene, there is no restaurant I can think of which has gotten more press than Roberta’s (261 Moore Street). Since it opened in the ...

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Pulino’s: Lighting Up The Bowery

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED I often write about how over hyped new pizza places are. After all, it’s just pizza. But the opening of Pulino’s took pizza coverage to a whole new level. Eater was the ...

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K! Pizzacone: "Pizza" On The Go

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED K! Pizzacone (325 5th Avenue) is a quirky — and perhaps slightly over hyped — new spot in Midtown that serves pizza in a cone. It’s opening last month was covered by ...

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Arturo’s: Village Staple

Right now, a couple of trends are dominating the New York pizza scene. The proliferation of upscale artisinal pizza places has been well documented. And old school pizza places like Lombardi’s, Totonno, and Di Fara have also gained new found ...

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Da Franco: Bringing Quality Pizza To Queens

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS PERMANENTLY CLOSED Astoria is known for many things. It’s Greek food. The Bohemian beer garden. Kaufman Studios. But one thing that doesn’t come to mind when you hear the name of one of Queen’s ...

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