Author Archives: mbodayle

Angelo’s Pizza in Fords, NJ—Just Another Decent Slice in the Pizza State

While recently visiting my Dad in the heart of the Pizza State, my thoughts drifted to my non-pizza passion, and I checked to see if there was a record store nearby. For those of you who may not share this interest, some of us old timers prefer their music to be physical rather than digital. […]

Manhattan’s Pizza Mercato—A Slice Worth Passing On

On a pleasant evening, there are few things I enjoy more than walking the streets of New York City. One not-so-recent Sunday, I meandered about Greenwich Village relying on memory, sight and Yelp to try and find some pizza that I have yet to sample. Having already scored a decent slice at W4 Pizza, I […]

W4 Pizza in Manhattan—A Quick and Tasty Slice

Sometime last year, I had a biz meeting in Midtown Manhattan and opted for the joy of an early morning walk uptown from the Path train to the World Trade Center. While the exercise of a brisk hike is no doubt good for my health, the people-watching and sightseeing are without a doubt the best […]

Joe & Pat’s NYC –Another Superb Staten Island Pizza Comes to Manhattan

Back in my early Snob days, I once crossed the Bayonne Bridge into Staten Island and scored some spanking-good slices at the legendary Joe and Pat’s Pizzeria & Restaurant. It’s a place I’ve since reflected upon in that I was still learning the ropes of the Snob trade and I under-rated it. While I’ve not […]

Spunto Thin Crust Pizza–Splendid Surprise in Manhattan’s West Village

Regular readers will have noticed that some of the Pizza Snob’s Manhattan pizza adventures are tied to his other blog-denity, Music City Mike, when he visits the City Winery down on Varick Street in West Greenwich Village. While I am quite saddened to see the awesome CW space fall victim this month to the continued […]

Zia Lisa Pizzeria and Ristorante—Still More Great Pizza in Edison, NJ

With both my dad and brother living in the north central Jersey town named for the guy who invented the light bulb, Edison has inevitably become a part of my pizza universe. Likewise, I have come to learn that I had severely underestimated the legacy of what I’ve since come to learn is the fifth […]

Lorenzo and Sons Pizza—A Big Slice in Philly

Thus far on my recent trip to Philadelphia, I’ve yet to venture into the city proper for pizza purposes. However, this was not unexpected. At the time of my trip, the highly-rated Pizzeria Beddia was still closed and in transition. Otherwise, there was only one other place that had me anxious about leaving the suburbs: […]