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Queens Finally Has A Top Tier Slice Shop: Austin Street Pizza

Queens is not a borough that is typically associated with a strong pizza scene. But this new corner shop pizzeria in Forest Hills, gives many of Brooklyn and Manhattan’s best slice joints a run for their money. What’s Unique: Pizzerias serving upscale retro or “neoclassist” slices — like Scarr’s, Upside, Mama’s Too, and L’industrie — are now ubiquitous throughout many areas of the City. Featuring high quality ingredients, these slices typically cost between $4-$5. Austin Street Pizza takes this trend ...

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Stoop Pizza From A Greenpoint Pop-Up

Despite its name — San Antonio Wood Fired Pizza is not located in Texas. Rather it’s a weekly pop-up in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on Friday evenings. Their menu is pretty straightforward – featuring eight pizzas like a four cheese pie (Say Cheese) and a Hawaiian pie (Aloha). What’s Unique: Nowhere else in New York City can I think of a recurring pizza pop-up, located in the middle of a residential block. You can sit on a nearby stoop and enjoy pies ...

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Pizza With A View In The Catskills

The Launderette is located in the sleepy Catskills town of Narrowsburg and serves 10 pies with some interesting combinations — like their Bacon Cheeseburger Pie featuring cheddar, mozzarella, lettuce, tomato, and secret sauce. Vegan cheese or gluten free crust are available on all pies. What’s Unique: The views. One of the most scenic restaurants I’ve been to. You can’t beat the views over the Delaware River, especially at sunset. What To Eat: I tried two pies while I was there. ...

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An (Illustrated) Guide To Pizza

My latest Instagram obsession comes from the handle @citiesbytheslice. Run by artist Dan Bransfield, who published an illustrated guide to pizza back in 2018, the account features an assortment of slices from both notable (and not so notable) pizza cities and states. When I initially started following the account, I thought, “oh, this is some really cool artwork.” But I’ve realized that Bransfield’s drawings also serve as an unofficial guide to pizza in various locales. Planning a trip to Miami? ...

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It’s All About The Bread At This LA Spot

Lodge Bread Company (11918 Washington Blvd) is one of my favorite Los Angeles restaurants to grab an early morning bite. Their pastries are delicious. And their shakshuka is to die for. But Lodge Bread Company also serves pizza starting around lunchtime. In my numerous visits there over the past couple of years, I had always arrived prior to then, so during my most recent trip to Los Angeles, I made sure to swing by later in the day — specifically ...

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