Monthly Archives: February 2015

Rosario’s Pizza—A Disappointing Slice on Manhattan’s Lower East Side

On my last trip to Manhattan, I sought out a Ray’s Pizza joint on the Lower East Side that as I expected turned out to be a dud. Working my way through the grimy streets after parking deep in the Orchard Street Shopping District, I noticed a late night pizza joint called Rosario’s Pizza. Their […]

Coney Island’s Legendary Totonno’s Pizzeria—“As Long as There’s Dough”

Growing up, I never realized how close the beach and boardwalk of Coney Island were to my boyhood home of Bayonne, NJ. Choosing the Jersey Shore instead, my family never took the short trip from our hometown peninsula to this one on the Atlantic Ocean edge of Brooklyn. Having never tasted an original Nathan’s Famous […]

Nolita’s Prince St. Pizza–New York City’s Home of the “Soho Square”

Sometimes a thrill-seeking mood strikes the Snob giving me the insatiable desire to try a new pizza place. When this happens, it helps to be in New York City where there are as many pizza joints as there are songwriters in Nashville. Recently the urge hit me while I was watching a show at Manhattan’s […]