John's of Bleecker St.
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An absolute classic expression of New York City-style pizza. The old-school, rough-hewn, cash-only Village classic has wooden booths that are etched with decades of graffiti. Go with a party of four and you’ll definitely get a booth—as opposed to a table—and you can slide the little ones right in to make it easier to keep an eye on them. They serve only pies. That’s it. I love the plain because of the delish way the hot coal oven randomly chars the bottom, and all I need is sauce and cheese. My boys love the fresh Italian sausage.
John's opened it's doors in 1929 and is known to be one of the four original pizzerias in NYC. The pizzas are still made the same way with the same ingredients - cheese going on first before adding sauce on top before going into a coal-fired oven. Go wild loading your pizza with all the ingredients…
Rated top pizza in NYC by barstool sports. If you don't know barstool sports, they've basically tried every pizza in every city.
January 07, 2019
Best pizza - only sells whole pie's
This actually is rated by many publications as the best pizza restaurant in all of New York. You'll find that the line will most likely be out the door, but if you are willing to wait 30 minutes, you can't find a better pie anywhere else. I'll let you in on a secret...order a take out pie over the…
Brick-oven pizza pies (no slices) with crisp thin crusts, circa-1929 pizzeria