Naples comes to Macy’s Herald Square. Historic 1901 department store at last has a commissary it deserves, with Neapolitan pies, Italian classics, and three wood-burning ovens. Jonathan Benno... read more
Nicola Accardi converts old Manganaro’s into pizza spot. Oven’s made of volcanic clay from Mount Vesuvius, but they kept the old skylight for New York vibes. Private estate Castelvetran... read more
Gravesend joint brings unique brand of luxury pizza to Midtown East—an area sorely lacking pizza-wise. Onyx-paneled marble interior with counter service, emphasis on special toppings like lob... read more
Neapolitan pie dream team. Kesté's Roberto Caporuscio joins forces with mentor Don Antonio Starita to turn out pretty much any kind of 'za you can think of. Filled and fried, white, red, glu... read more
As name suggests, all about pizza, art, and the art of pizza. Wood-fired oven heats up to a proper 900˚ for just the right sear on ten classic pies. Neapolitan inspirations anchored by the Margheri... read more
Arthur Avenue legend makes a play for Manhattan palates. Name references the area code of Salerno, the chef’s hometown and inspiration for fine southern Italian dining. Wood-fired pies are th... read more
Next up for the Plaza reinvention, this finally-completed, bustling, European-style food court curated by Todd English. Think gourmet market meets dining hall. Huge space includes eight separate se... read more
Neapolitan pizzaiolo Salvatore Olivella follows up No. 28 and L'Asso successes with stealth midtown parlor. Upstairs from C'est Bon Café find brick-clad, modern digs with sweet wood-burning ... read more
Name says it all: fresh pizza for just 99¢ a slice. Okay, $1.07 with the tax. Line grows longer in inverse to proportion to the plunging Dow. Crust's decently crisp, furious turnovers guarante... read more
Gruppo and Posto outpost, serious enough about the whole thin crust thing to put it in the name. Dough conveys flavor galore, even if it's flat as matzo. For toppings, we're sweet on artichoke hear... read more
Quite a late-night scene of drunken Hillians jostling for a piece of Rino LaCerra's stripped-down pies. Quality ingredients are lovingly assembled. And you can't beat unique toppings like Gaeta oli... read more
Pizza, gyros, and entree selections at a low cost, sometimes served with a smile. May not be the most famous or most original, but when it comes to pizza, Ray's gets the job done. read more
John's is a Theatre District institution in the least-bothersome or inauthentic sense. It's pretty hard to have a bad experience here. Open since 1929, this two-story Italian spot is flanked with a... read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Michael White of Ai Fiori et al does an Italian steakhouse south of...
South Brooklyn Pizza peeps wrap a stealth Italian spot around their...
Kristi Paras of Zachary's Smile re-ups her Village space with a bou...
Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...