The Pizza Snob is blessed to have fabulous friends to help support his pizza passion. Witness my recent business trip to London where my associates even went so far as to schedule an important dinner meeting at a pizza joint! I did however suggest moving us to an Indian restaurant that my American boss would […]

Thanks to my real job, I made my third trip to London in the last four years. While I absolutely adore the place, eating British-made pizza isn’t high on my list of things to do when I visit. However, the temptation is hard to resist, especially when I walk by a place named Best American […]

Let’s get right to the point on this one. If there was ever a potential tourist trap pizza joint it would be Midtown Manhattan’s Angelo’s Pizza. This place sees a lot of traffic. Just a few blocks north of iconic Times Square, it sits in the same building as the famed Ed Sullivan Theater. Named […]

It was a sad day for Bayonne residents, past, present, and future, when The Venice closed its doors late last year. Long respected as one of the best extra-thin crust pies in the Pizza State, the news even took a cruel streak when an attempt to keep it alive under new ownership failed. Good news […]

I thought my pizza plans were over for the day until I stumbled upon a place I once previously noticed and left unexplored. Accompanying my architecturally-intrigued son, The Kid, we went to see an apartment building designed by the late Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid (520 West 28th). In the midst of viewing this amazing […]

While a rainy day in Manhattan can be a challenge, with the aid of umbrellas and Ubers, my family trio still made the most of this wet Saturday. There is one thing about the New York area that is unlike other parts of the world. Most times when it rains, it rains all day. Such […]

It was approaching the time when I needed to head to the airport to wing it back home to Tennessee. But, there was still time for one more slice. Continuing to press my luck with the so far successful Thrillist list, I walked over to the Slice Works on 17th Street in LoDo, in the […]