Manhattan

We out here in Manhattan on the Upper East Side at Nick’s. The place calls itself a classic joint with old school pizza and great beer. Better believe I’m gonna enjoy myself on this Saturday night. Enjoy

A Happy Hour Disaster. Saw the appetizers were half off, gotta get it on a Friday night. I paid 7.50 for their flatbread Margarita Pizza... If I paid 2.50, it would have been too much. Gotta step the game up foodwise if you want to stay alive in this town.

Without a doubt, Don Antonio is one of the best pizzerias in all of New York City, and could you really expect anything less from the master Roberto Caporuscio, the owner of Kesté? Don Antonio is a joint business venture between Roberto  and his mentor, Antonio Starita...

It was voted the best Neoplatonism Pizzeria in NYC and you would be hard pressed proving them wrong. Another amazing pizza restaurant from the great Roberto Caporuscio and this time he teamed up with his mentor Anotonio Starita. Starita’s lineage can be linked to one o...

If I’ve passed it one time, I’ve passed it a hundred times, and still had yet to actually go inside of La Vera and grab a slice of pizza. If we’re being transparent, the place is wrapped like a Christmas gift (and I LOVE Christmas!). It’s on the corner, has huge window...

We are back in the West Village, and what's a very special episode for me as it's a family affair having my cousins who came from out west to grab some awesome New York pizza.

Rubirosa is one of the most reputable restaurants in all of New York City. Wherever you look, they have positive reviews and have been praised in renown publications. Doesn’t matter what time you go, the place is always poppin', so you can always expect an hour or more...

There’s a 3 block stretch in New York City from 6th Ave. (Avenue of the America's) to Carmine Street that is the most dominant stretch of pizzerias in the United States, if not the world. When Old Blue Eyes famously sang “If I can make it here, I can make it anywhere”,...

Joe’s Pizza in the West Village on Carmine street is the second Joe’s that I’ve been to in the city. They have a reputation for being in the upper echelon of NYC pizza, and rightfully so. The original Joe’s was established by Joe Pozzuoli in 1975 on Carmine Street, jus...

It’s the oldest, the original, a national landmark, and serves as the homebase for great new york pizza.  It could be the most famous pizzeria in the US, and definitely is in New York City. If you happen to walk into Lombardi’s, you are dining in a tradition that is ov...

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