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A Resident Guide to New York’s Finest Pizza

A Resident Guide to New York’s Finest Pizza

A Resident Guide to New York's Finest Pizza

A Resident Guide to New York's Finest Pizza-Lately, my love for pizza has reached new heights. You know that craving that hits you out of nowhere, where you simply must sink your teeth into a juicy burger? Well, this summer, my dreams are filled with visions of Saturday afternoon strolls, the sun warming my face, and a slice of pizza in hand.  We've decided to  spill the sauciest secrets of our city—the absolute crème de la crust of New York's luxury pizza scene just for you.

Whether you're a seasoned local or an adventurous visitor with a taste for extravagance, get ready to embark on a mouthwatering journey. We've combed every corner of this pizza paradise to bring you our top picks—where the dough is worshipped, and toppings reign supreme. From the classic New York-style slice to innovative gourmet creations, the city offers a plethora of options. In this article, we will explore some of the best pizza establishments in New York, including renowned favorites such as Pauly Gee's Brooklyn Pizza and Nino46 in Queens. Additionally, we will introduce you to a trending newcomer that has captured the attention of luxury pizza enthusiasts.


Pauly Gee's Brooklyn Pizza

60 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Pauly Gee's Brooklyn Pizza stands as a testament to the harmonious blend of tradition and innovation. Located in the heart of Brooklyn, this upscale pizzeria raising the bars and delights guests with a combination of classic Neapolitan techniques and contemporary flair. With a wood-fired oven imported from Naples, the pizzas here boast perfectly charred crusts and smoky flavors. The menu offers a creative array of options, including the heavenly "Hellboy" with spicy soppressata and honey drizzles. Pauly Gee's promises an unforgettable dining experience for luxury pizza aficionados.


46-08 Skillman Ave, Queens, NY 11377

Nino46, located in Queens, is a hidden gem that offers an elevated pizza experience. This upscale establishment provides an inviting ambiance and a menu that showcases the best of Italian culinary traditions. The pizzas at Nino46 feature a thin, crispy crust that serves as the canvas for an exquisite selection of fresh and high-quality toppings. From classic Margherita to more adventurous options like truffle-infused mushrooms, each pizza is crafted with precision and care. Nino46 is the perfect destination for those seeking a luxurious pizza feast in Queens.

Di Fara Pizza

1424 Avenue J, Brooklyn, NY 11230

A pilgrimage to Di Fara Pizza in Brooklyn is a must for any pizza connoisseur with discerning tastes. Established in 1965, this iconic pizzeria holds a legendary status in the city's culinary scene. Every pizza at Di Fara is meticulously crafted under the watchful eye of Dom DeMarco, the founder himself. With premium ingredients like imported Italian flour, homemade mozzarella, and hand-picked San Marzano tomatoes, each slice is a work of art. The result is a thin, crispy crust that perfectly balances a harmonious blend of flavors. Di Fara Pizza is a sanctuary of luxury for pizza enthusiasts.


32 Spring St, New York, NY 10012

It's a classic. Located in Manhattan's vibrant SoHo neighborhood, Lombardi's is the epitome of New York City's pizza heritage. Established in 1905, it holds the distinction of being America's first pizzeria. This historic landmark transports guests back to the early days of the city's pizza revolution. Lombardi's coal-fired, thin-crust pizza is the main attraction, boasting a delicate balance of charred edges and tender centers. Whether you opt for a classic Margherita or explore unique toppings like clams and bacon, Lombardi's unwavering commitment to tradition guarantees a luxurious pizza experience like no other.


349 E 12th St, New York, NY 10003

Motorino, nestled in Manhattan's East Village, is a haven for pizza enthusiasts seeking an upscale dining experience. With a focus on Neapolitan-style pizza, this cozy establishment presents a menu that showcases the finest ingredients and meticulous craftsmanship. The wood-fired oven creates pizzas with perfectly blistered crusts and toppings that burst with flavor. Motorino's dedication to quality and authenticity has made it a favorite among luxury diners in the city.

L'Amico Pizzeria

849 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10001

L'Amico Pizzeria is the epitome of new and trending in the New York City pizza scene. Situated in the bustling neighborhood of Midtown Manhattan, this modern and stylish restaurant has quickly gained popularity among luxury diners. The ambiance is upscale yet welcoming, providing the perfect setting for indulging in their delectable pizzas.

L'Amico's pizza offerings are a delightful fusion of Italian tradition and contemporary flavors. Their wood-fired oven churns out thin-crust masterpieces with a delightful balance of crispiness and chewiness. The menu features both classic favorites like Margherita and creative options like truffle and mushroom. The use of premium ingredients and innovative combinations make L'Amico a must-visit for those looking to explore the newest trends in luxury pizza.


When it comes to pizza, New York City is a haven for luxury and indulgence. The city's diverse culinary landscape offers a range of options to please even the most discerning palates. From the timeless classics of Pauly Gee's Brooklyn Pizza and the hidden gems like Nino46 in Queens to the legendary institutions of Di Fara Pizza and Lombardi's, each pizzeria tells a story of New York's rich pizza heritage. And let's not forget the newest player in town, L'Amico Pizzeria, bringing a fresh and trendy twist to the scene.

As a local New Yorker, I can confidently say that our city takes pizza seriously. It's not just a food; it's a way of life.

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