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Pizza in Manhattan NY

New York City is famous for many delicious treats, but you wouldn't want to miss out on a chance to sample some of New York City's amazing pizza. Even though there are pizzerias on nearly every New York City street, treat yourself to the very best pizza New York City has to offer at one of these places.

Many say that pizza in New York, or Manhattan is not as good as true authentic Italian pizza, nonetheless New York Pizza has its awesome flavor that many native New Yorkers would not trade for anyting. Pizza in Manhattan is a special kind that can be distinguished from any other pizza or pizzeria. You can't express it with words, you gotta taste it. Crisp, chewy, cheesy, saucy, thick or thin. A true New York pizza will have a blanket of blistered cheese covering a thin crust and a layer of sweet tomato sauce. Too many toppings are sacrilegious to a die-hard New York pizza-lover - nothing should ruin the pure genius of a plain slice. And it tastes better if you fold it in half. So, take our advise and visit these places for unforgettable experience with pizza from the Big Apple. New York style pizza.

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1. Picasso Pizzeria Restaurante

Neighborhood: Manhattan/Financial District
303 South End Ave.
New York, NY, 10280

212-321-2616 more info »

2. Al Forno Pizzeria

Pizzeria with a brick oven
1484 Second Ave.
New York, NY, 10021

212-249-5103 more info »

3. Otto Pizzeria

Neighborhood: Manhattan/Greenwich Village Special gridle-cooked pizza, variety of pasta, Italian wine; small parties service.
1 Fifth Ave.
New York, NY, 10003

212-995-9559 more info »

4. Pronto Pizza

Neighborhood: Manhattan/Financial District
114 Liberty St.
New York, NY, 10006

212-374-9595 more info »

5. TV Screen Pizzeria

Neighborhood: Manhattan/TriBeCa
83 Murray St.
New York, NY, 10007

212-406-3937 more info »

6. Five Roses Pizza

Neighborhood: Manhattan/East Village Fantastic pizza including hard to find pizza with whole wheat crusts and cheese-less pizza for vegans. Good Italian dishes also - try the ziti.
173 First Ave.
New York, NY, 10003

212-228-2840 more info »

7. Pie

Neighborhood: Manhattan/East Village Yummy and creative pizza, with toppings sold by the pound.
124 Fourth Ave.
New York, NY, 10003

212-475-4977 more info »

8. Pizza Box

Neighborhood: Manhattan/Greenwich Village
176 Bleecker St.
New York, NY, 10012

212-979-0823 more info »

9. Rivoli Pizza

Neighborhood: Manhattan/West Village Located in the West Village, it's in an easy location to grab a bite between stops at all your favorite night spots down here.
176 Seventh Ave. So.
New York, NY, 10014

212-691-2704 more info »
42 Broadway
New York, NY, 10004

212-785-7747 more info »

11. Lil' Frankie's Pizza

Neighborhood: Manhattan/East Village Large variety of thin-crust pizzas
19 First Ave.
New York, NY, 10003

212-420-4900 more info »

12. Pizza 33

Neighborhood: Manhattan/Kips Bay Top-notch crisp, thin crusts, savory sauce and fresh toppings
489 Third Ave.
New York, NY, 10016

212-545-9191 more info »

13. Big Al's Chicago Style Pizza

Neighborhood: Manhattan/Financial District
9 Thames St.
New York, NY, 10006

212-964-3269 more info »

14. Pizza Mercato

Neighborhood: Manhattan/Greenwich Village Even if you're not a student, it's worth the stop. - CitySearch
11 Waverly Pl.
New York, NY, 10003

212-420-8432 more info »

15. Ben's Pizzeria

Neighborhood: Manhattan/Greenwich Village
123 MacDougal St.
New York, NY, 10012

212-677-0976 more info »
204 Broadway
New York, NY, 10038

212-267-2927 more info »

17. Sullivan St. Bakery

Neighborhood: Manhattan/SoHo Delicious Italian baked goods and very creative pizza too.
73 Sullivan St.
New York, NY, 10012

212-334-9435 more info »

18. Little Italy Pizza

Neighborhood: Manhattan/SoHo
180 Varick St.
New York, NY, 10014

212-366-5566 more info »

19. Fat Sal's Pizza

Neighborhood: Manhattan/West Village
217 W. 14th St.
New York, NY, 10011

212-242-0028 more info »

20. Primo New York Pizza

Neighborhood: Manhattan/Financial District
71 Nassau St.
New York, NY, 10038

212-962-2835 more info »
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Here is a taste of New York style Pizza you can sample:

New York style pizza can be traced back to the 17th century when Spanish soldiers were occupying the area around Naples, Italy. One of their favorite snacks was a soft, crispy dough with toppings that the Neapolitans called sfiziosa. Like local New Yorkers who fold their slices in half and eat while walking, these Spanish soldiers folded the flat bread into a libretto (little book) and ate it with their hands. One of the main characteristics of New York style pizza is its thin, chewy crust, but that isn't everything that defines New York style pizza. Many might say that it's not New York style unless it leaves those yellow trails of oil running down your elbow when you eat it. This comes from the high butter fat cheese they use. Big Dave Ostrander says most New York pizzerias use Grande mozzarella cheese to get this trait. For New York style, fresh mozzarella isn't an's a rule. Many are hearth or deck oven baked and the sauce is usually thinner than most sauces with fewer ingredients added. The dough is made with high protein, high gluten flour (usually 13.5 to 14.5 percent protein) and is slightly chewy. There is an old urban legend that you can only produce New York pizza in New York due to the hard water they have. While it is true that New York has hard water, it is debatable as to whether this is the secret ingredient.