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whatchamacallit
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New York City Food....Pizza
I'm headed to NYC in September and I was looking for some great Italian food and some pizza. Anyone have any recommendations?

I'll also take some breakfast recommendations...


LouisianaLady
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2009
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re: New York City Food....Pizza
Roberta’s is a favorite sit down pizza. My favorite slice to go was Vinnie’s (got the rec from Reddit), but there’s several good places for by the slice.


FultonReed
New Orleans
Member since Oct 2013
347 posts

re: New York City Food....Pizza
John’s of Bleeker St.


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geauxpurple
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New Orleans
Member since Jul 2014
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re: New York City Food....Pizza
1. John's 2. Lombardi's 3. Grimaldi's


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AbitaFan08
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Boston, MA
Member since Apr 2008
17601 posts

re: New York City Food....Pizza
Go to Sbarro and get you a New York slice.


DaBeerz
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Ellic
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One bite everyone knows the rules... get the one bite app


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abovepar
Member since May 2010
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I just got back. Eat anywhere in Little Italy.


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The Egg
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Houston, TX
Member since Dec 2004
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re: New York City Food....Pizza
prince street pizza - spicy spring extra crispy


Caplewood
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Atlanta
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Di Fara
Lucali
Scarrs


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LNCHBOX
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re: New York City Food....Pizza
Motorhino was delicious


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BigDropper
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re: New York City Food....Pizza
Pasta: Aunt Jake's - Cavatelli or Tagliatelle Sunday Sauce

You're Welcome...
This post was edited on 6/9 at 10:03 pm


hoopsgalore
Wisconsin Fan
Chicago, IL
Member since Nov 2013
6716 posts

re: New York City Food....Pizza
I posted this in another thread thread, but helpful for your pizza request:

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If in Manhattan, my two favorite pizza spots are NY Pizza Suprema and Joe & Pat's.

Vinnie's (Williamsburg), Joe's (Williamsburg), Roberta's (Bushwick/Williamsburg), and Lucali's (Carroll Gardens) are all good spots in Brooklyn. My dad lives near McCarren Park, so Joe's and Vinnie's are easy stops for me.


In terms of Italian, Lilia is very good. Right near McCarren Park. My dad took me to Michael’s over Christmas holiday last year. It was a hike, but incredible.
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busbeepbeep
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Member since Jan 2004
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re: New York City Food....Pizza
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prince street pizza - spicy spring extra crispy


This plus John's on Bleeker St. Plus a vodka pizza or tie-dye from Rubirosa.


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Carson123987
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Member since Jul 2011
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re: New York City Food....Pizza
John's
Lucali


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sml71
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Member since Dec 2005
2905 posts

re: New York City Food....Pizza
Went in 2017. Honestly not that impressed with the pizza. It was good, mind you, just not measuring up to the reputation of a NY pizza.


PBeard
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DC
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re: New York City Food....Pizza
Scarr’s


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slinger1317
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Louisiana
Member since Sep 2005
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I was in NYC over Memorial Day and had John's of Bleecker. We waited in line for about 20 mins, not too bad. The pizza was good, but not anything life changing. I have also had Lombardi's on Spring Street and it is good as well. Both are old school brick oven pizzas.

For an upscale breakfast go to Norma's in the Parker Meridian Hotel. It's a beautiful hotel and the breakfast is top notch. It's great for couples or families.

Try Veneiro's on 11th for dessert. It is an old Italian bake shop with pastries, cannolis, etc.
And of course there's always Jr.'s cheesecake.


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tke_swamprat
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Houma, LA
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re: New York City Food....Pizza
My pie on 57th and Lexington by Central Park was really good. It’s not NY style but great!


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whatchamacallit
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re: New York City Food....Pizza
Thanks for all the replies!!


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