Best Pizza in New York

The best pizza on either side of Italy can be found in New York City, and while opinionated New Yorkers are quite particular about their pies we offer you a number of top selections to choose from.

Amorina
(718) 230-3030
624 Vanderbilt Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238+3804
Casual neighborhood restaurant in Prospect Heights, specializing in thin crust, Roman-style pizza and hearty homemade pasta.

Bleecker Street Pizza

(212) 924-4466
69 7th Ave
New York, NY 10011+5196

Co. (Jim Lahey's Pizzeria)

(212) 243-1105
230 Ninth Avenue
New York, NY 10011
The latest endeavor from Jim Lahey, the bread guru of Sullivan Street Bakery. Expect a noisy crowd and quite good crust though rather unharmonious toppings.

Denino's Pizzeria Tavern

(718) 442-9401
524 Port Richmond Ave
Staten Island, NY 10302+1721
Consistently rated among the city's best pizzeria's, Denino's makes a thin crust pie with fresh ingredients to die for. Family run since… forever!

Di Fara Pizzeria
(718) 258-1367
1424 Avenue J
Brooklyn, NY 11230+3702
Midwood—and perhaps Brooklyn's—best pizza, with a diabolically crisp crust and sumptuous cheese and toppings.

Grimaldi's Pizzeria
(718) 858-4300
19 Old Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Coal-oven pizza truly meets its maker at this seriously popular pizzeria.

John's Pizzeria
(212) 243-1680
278 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10014+4105
One of New York's most beloved pizza joints, John's does not serve slices, so wait in line, get a table, and enjoy one of the best pies this side of heaven.

Keste Pizzeria
(212) 366-0635
271 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10014+4102
A painstakingly faithful Neapolitan pizzeria, complete with a certified, authentic Italian oven, that creates glorious pizzas. From your standard cheese pizza to one laden with cheese-infused zucchini, it's exactly the kind of expert pizza-making you'd expect from the incumbent president of the Association of Neapolitan Pizza Makers!

Koronet Pizzeria
(212) 222-1566
2848 Broadway
New York, NY 10025+7816
Massive slices served here keep the Columbia crowd happy around the clock.

Lombardi's Pizza

(212) 941-7994
32 Spring St
New York, NY 10012+4173
Opened in 1897 just down the street from its present location, Lombardi's is one of the city's oldest eateries. Now, since taking over the space next door, the restaurant has almost doubled its former size. And while the original half--with its well-worn booths and open kitchen--easily outcharms the new dining room, the famously long wait has been cut in half, and thanks to the addition of a bar, it's almost a pleasure.