Where can I get authentic New York pizza?

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By Traveller May 22, 2018
New York

Where can I get authentic New York pizza?

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By nicole Traveller May 22, 2018

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Joe's Pizza on Carmine St. near Bleecker def the best authentic NY slice
Local May 22, 2018
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Hey Nicole!

In Manhattan: Grimaldi's (go to the one on 32nd.. the one in Brooklyn has extremely long lines) Joe and Pat's, Lombardi's, Joe's Pizza and Patsy's.

Brooklyn: Roberta's, Lucali's, Best Pizza...that I have been to anyway.

Enjoy!
Local May 22, 2018
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Prince street pizza
Local May 22, 2018
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I second this. My fave too.
Village Pizza 8th ave just south of 14th Street.
The best!
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Local May 22, 2018
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best slice is Joe's on Carmine or 14th street.
Local June 27, 2019
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"Authentic" NYC Pizza comes from steel oven... with a wimpy crust (should not be thick)... should have plenty of sauce and cheese (no bare spots) with the right seasonings...
As such it becomes a matter of taste after the basics...
They can be found in most neighborhoods easily...

Then there is Brick Oven Pizza... Crispy Thin Crust with a thinner veneer of toppings...
This is a classical style found at older establishments (for the better ones) and nouveau pseudo-classic restaurants or facilities (eg Whole Foods) that at best becomes an experimental venture...
You do have plenty of decent suggestions already given ... enjoy...
Local May 27, 2019
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Lucali's in Brooklyn is amazing, but you need to line up early and be prepared to wait. Roberta's is really great, too, but also has lines. If you are going to go on a graffiti walk in Bushwich, though, it's a great option. Giuseppina's is similar, but not nearly the same wait. All three are in Brooklyn, so you'll need to travel. There are great slices all over the city (especially in Staten Island), but for a coal or brick oven pie experience in Manhattan, I would say John's or Lombardi's.
Local December 9, 2018
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When I fly home I visit one of two places: Angelo's Pizzeria, NYC (coal fired wood ovens) & Joe's Pizza(they ship nationwide via Goldbely.com).
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Local September 13, 2018
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If you're going to Grimaldi's, just go to Juliana's instead. Patsy Grimaldi, who was the pizza genius behind Grimaldi's, sold the original name and restaurant more than a decade ago. He got back in the business when he opened Juliana's. It blows my mind that people walk by Patsy's new pizza place to go somewhere he used to work. It's like walking past the Louve to see a picture someone took of the Mona Lisa. Insanity. In Manhattan, go to Joe's.
Local July 13, 2018
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Virtually anywhere in NYC!!! I love Grimaldi’s under the Brooklyn Bridge. You can walk across the bridge....which I highly recommend....and arrive at Grimaldi’s!!!!!
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Local May 26, 2018
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For a little upper end pricing, I would say Mezzaluna. But if you wanna stay in the normal range, I would also say Joe's Pizza. It's a popular spot on Saturday nights, and has been around for a while.
Local May 24, 2018
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Hello. Yes I'm Native newyorker and the best Pizza is in LITTLE ITALY!! Near Greenwich village!
Lombardi's 32 spring St
NY Pizza Suprema 413 8th ave
Local May 22, 2018
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John’s Pizza on Bleecker Street or Lombardi’s on Spring Street
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Local May 22, 2018
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I would say go to Totonno's Pizzeria Napolitana

1524 Neptune Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224
(718) 372-8606

https://g.co/kgs/JHNebr
Local May 22, 2018
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Joe’s pizza near Bleecker and 6th Avenue for slices.

Totonno’s in Coney Island.

John’s Pizza on Bleecker Street if you don’t want to go to Brooklyn
Local May 22, 2018
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