Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Bronx. Famous as the home of Yankee Stadium, elevated trains, and dense apartment blocks, the Bronx is also the greenest of New York City's boroughs. Visit the gorillas at the famous Bronx Zoo or wander through the 50-acre forest at the New York Botanical Garden. Pick up some gourmet foods on Arthur Avenue, the Bronx's Little Italy, and have a picnic at Van Cortlandt Park, which features two square miles of boating, horseback riding, tennis, and the oldest public golf course in the United States.
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5 based on 55 reviews
Had a great time in here as always. The staff and the regulars are great. Everyone is welcoming to New comers
4 based on 109 reviews
We were a party of five for dinner in this cozy and vibrant dining room, seated within range of the heat radiating from the bustling pizza oven. We had a good view of the two chefs crafting and cooking a most impressive quantity of delicious looking pies (many destined for a very busy take-out and delivery business). Despite the demands on and fast pace of the staff of this restaurant, here is an easy going feel to the place made possible, I think, by the hyper efficient and agile wait staff, who, even while moving at break neck speed weaving mong teh tightly arranged tables, maintain a calm efficiency. We had a terrific server named Devon who memorized our order and delivered it with humor, wamth and a seemingly effortless precision. The food: really first rate. Very Italian, I would say, with simple renditions of excellent ingredients. In my case that was a beresaola based arugula salad, lightly dressed in lemony olive oil and decorated (not fussily) with raw mushrooms. I followed that with an appetizer portion of mussels, all perfectly cleaned and cooked in a light tomato based broth. My dessert was unconventional, to say teh last. From their contorno list, I chose their roasted Brussels sprouts, with a drizzle of Balsamic. A bit sweet (but aren't desserts supposed to be?),with an amazing range of flavors coaxed from that lowly crucifer. They were excellent...caramelized and crisp at teh same time. Babalucci should add them to its dessert list! All my companions were delighted with their dinners, including the pizzas, a squid ink pasta dish and the eggplant. The insalata Romano was especially appreciated. All in all, an excellent place, to which we will return.
4 based on 88 reviews
Their website address should do it.
A friend had mentioned Bettolona to me before. It turned out to be as described too. The server was attentive and made every accommodation we requested, including gluten-free. My cousin ordered the Al Funghi Pizza that came with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese and mushrooms. Despite his usually being a picky eater, he finished all of his pizza and loved it. The rest of us had the pasta dish Penne Siciliana that consisted of eggplant, tomato sauce and soft ricotta cheese. It was all well-prepared, well-presented and enjoyable.
4 based on 272 reviews
I am sitting up at 2 am. With a still heavy stomach. Too much cheese and sauce. We went out of our way to get there. Disappointed I would say it is a local Italian pub. Quick food. Most people most likely have their favorites and they stick with that. One and done for usFollow us @nickellfamilytravel
4 based on 267 reviews
Order your favorite pizza, pasta, salads, wings and more with Nick's Restaurant & pizzeria located at 1814 2nd Ave in New York, NY. Nick's Restaurant & pizzeria is accepting orders online for delivery or takeout. To begin your order simply click on any me
Met friends here for dinner will visiting NYC. Pizza was very good with small, old world pepperoni. Service very good.
4 based on 365 reviews
Order your favorite pizza, pasta, salad, wings and more with San Matteo Pizza & Espresso Bar located at 1739 2nd Ave in New York, NY.
Pizza, and panuozzi is what youâre there for. Super yummy. Buratta is great too. Great for a casual date or a family early dinner. Unassuming, oozing with authentic Italian flavor, great service.
4 based on 417 reviews
This long time Italian favorite is always a surprise in continuing good food and value in a heavily tourist area. The site itself is a welcome respite after touring lots of Italian shops and food stores. For those of us who love Italy and visit often, this restaurant recreates the atmosphere of an Italian plaza, with the food, wine and service reinforcing the feeling. Fun place for all.
4 based on 236 reviews
The best and most reasonably priced pizza I have ever had! you can get a 24" large specialty pizza for $30 and it is seriously so good! staff was so funny and friendly. they make it in front of you. highly recommend the garlic knots as well. we got the white pizza and it is to die for!
4 based on 386 reviews
Very cozy, real italian pizzeria in the heart of Harlem, great pizza and wine selection
If you like wood-fired pizza, welcome to SottoCasa. Their ingredients are top-notch, and the crust is at once chewy and light as a feather--pizza perfect. The service was prompt and friendly, even on a Friday night. And the facility is charming, if a bit noisy. Remember that sotto means bottom--this place is at the bottom of a brownstone and is easy to miss.
5 based on 178 reviews
After visiting the botanical gardens, feeling peckish and craving pizza we checked our go to on-line adviser and off we drove 20 minutes to this homey pizzeria. Servers smiled and warmly greeted us as we entered. The space appears small but there was a sunny welcoming outdoor dining area. We felt as if we were dining at the home a a friend. My slice had the requirements of good pizza; thin crispy crust with a hint of salt that crunches just a bit when I sliced my incisors through it with a thin layer of cheese that when pulled from my teeth formed a string from my mouth to the slice. A light layer of sauce added a bit of acid and sweetness that enhanced the flavors. The pizza was not oily. Priced at $3.25; a bit expensive.OK, now the CALZONES; the best I ever had. A variety of these cheese stuffed breads were available. I had the broccoli rabe. It was huge, enough for dinner. The crust was nicely thin yet thick enough to hold the savory ingredients, slightly salty filled with mozzarella cheese and fresh tasting broccoli rabe. I side of red sauce for dipping added sweet, salty moisture. My husband had the chicken parm. calzone; he gobbled it up so quickly, I just know he enjoyed it. Each were reasonably priced at $6.50Things to know, ample parking, cash only, ATM available and no delivery.
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