Don Antonio Brings World-Class Pizza to Atlanta
"Pizza is a social food. In this country, you call a friend and say, 'Let's go get a drink.' In Italy, we say, 'Let's get a pizza.'" Every single thing I ate at Don Antonio by Starita was well worth sharing with someone you care about. MY favorite pizza in Atlanta? I think I just found it.
The Greenwich Village Institution
Founded by Pino 'Joe' Pozzuoli in 1975, Joe's Pizza is a 'Greenwich Village institution' offering the classic New York slice for over 35 years, first, from our corner location at Bleecker and Carmine Street and then 3 doors down at 7 Carmine Street.
Motorino Pizza | New York | Hong Kong | Manila | Singapore
As a neighborhood pizzeria, whether in New York or Hong Kong, Motorino strives to be the reliable option both on a plate in the shop or in a cardboard box delivered at home.
Where to Get Deep Dish Pizza in NYC? Not at L'asso
I was eating a dainty Neapolitan pizza with Adam Kuban recently when I lamented the fact that there's no Chicago deep dish pizza available in NYC (putting aside the few remaining branches of awful chain Uno Chicago Grill, which is actually headquartered in Boston). Adam mentioned that there is a place in Astoria that reportedly sells deep dish pies, but a few days later Time Outannounced that L'Asso is now selling a deep dish pie much closer to my Manhattan home.
Celeste: The Italian Restaurant Every Neighborhood Should Have (But Doesn't)
"You want a bottle of red wine or white tonight? Or maybe rosé for the weather?" our waitress asked shortly after wedging us into a four-top no bigger than a couple of folded newspapers. Her delivery was spectacularly close to the Billy Joel song lyrics, which may have subconsciously influenced me into spending the rest of the meal thinking to myself, this has got to be the most neighborhood-Italian-y of neighborhood Italian restaurants in the city. I have a couple of friends who got married…