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New York
Has The Best
Pizza

Where is the Best Pizza in New York?

DiFara

The undisputed champion of pizza in New York. This little pizzeria in the middle of nowhere Brooklyn is manned by a guy named Dom, who painstakingly makes every pie by hand. The lines are long and annoying, but definitely worth it.

1424 Avenue J, Brooklyn NY 11230 (Map)
Motorino

You won't find a more authentic Neopolitan pizza outside of Naples. This is the real deal. It is a bit more expensive then other places, but you're paying for the quality ingredients and perfect crust.

349 East 12th Street New York, NY 10003 (Map)
Lombardi's

New York's first pizzeria and still its most famous. If you're looking for definitive New York pizza, this is it. The quality has declined over the years, but the pizza from their big coal oven is still some of the best in the city.

32 Spring Street New York, NY 10012 (Map)
Rubirosa

This newcomer pizza spot on the outskirts of Little Italy is producing New York style pies unlike many of the new Neopolitan joints right now. The entire menu is full of Italian American specialities all served up in a hip yet unpretentious atmosphere.

235 Mulberry Street New York, New York 10012 (Map)
Paulie Gee's

Instead of a quiet retirement, Paulie took his savings and opened this neopolitan pizza joint in up and coming Greenpoint. Everything is local and fresh, and the pies are unbelievable.

60 Greenpoint Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11222 (Map)
Co.

Famed bread maker Jim Lahey and Jean Georges Vongerichten teamed up to open this stylist spot in the Chelsea neighborhood. The toppings are interesting, but it's all about Lehey's crust which is chewy and nicely charred. The wine list here also has lots of great by the glass values.

230 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10001 (Map)