Boasting one of the first pizzerias ever opened in the United States and a dark criminal past, Little Italy offers much to discover.
Gennaro Lombardi founded Lombardi's in 1905 as Italian immigrants poured into NYC. 116 year later, it still serves its famed pizza.
Vinnie's Pizzeria in Williamsburg has launched a mad creation: "Pied Pods," a Tide Pod-inspired pizza dish that's non-toxic, edible, and just as colorful.
Anthony Mangieri's famous Una Pizza Napoletana is returning to New York City this spring, 2018. The pizzeria will also offer side dishes and Italian desserts.
As seen in a video, this plucky pizza rat drags a large slice down a subway staircase in NYC, gets the jitters and leaves the prize.
The New York Pizza Project is now a coffee table book and to celebrate we asked Ian Manheimer to share the 10 pizza joints in NYC with the biggest personality.
The New York Pizza Project is spearheaded by 5 native New Yorkers, visiting and documenting over 100 authentic pizza shops in NYC.
While each borough has their own unique and respectable pizza shops, one that Fordham University students and the few in the know will stand behind is Pugsley’s Pizza in the Bronx.
In NYC, the "city that never sleeps", only a handful of shops are truly open 24-hours. Here's our list of the coolest ones for your next late night endeavor.
Slices at Koronet Pizza are literally larger than your head. Their crown jewel is the Jumbo slice, from a 32" pizza, that'll only set you back about $4.