Tag Archives: Manhattan

Rose’s Pizza & Pasta—A Great Underground Slice at NYC’s Penn Station

A few years back, I heard somewhere that you had to go underground for the best slice in Midtown Manhattan. That intel was quite valuable since I found some great pizza at Don Pepi’s down in Penn Station. Back then, while searching for this place in the rather hectic train station, I was quite surprised […]

5 Boroughs Pizza – A Slice to Avoid

Location is as important for a pizza joint as much as it is for any retail business. Given the right spot with a big attractive sign, you should be able to attract customers. On several late-night trips from LaGuardia Airport to Jersey, I took the Williamsburg Bridge into Manhattan. Crossing through downtown on Canal Street, […]

Manhattan’s Sauce Pizzeria–Grandmother’s Tomato Gravy Shines

Thanks to a friend at work that I like to call “Pizza Mike,” I recently discovered the “One Bite” video blog about pizza that comes courtesy of the folks at Barstool Sports. This brash but entertaining series has proven to be both interesting as well as a source for new material for this old-fashioned word-blogger. […]

Scarr’s Pizza– Fantastic Pizza in a Hip Vibe on Manhattan’s Lower East Side

The Snob has been at this pizza business for a few years now and has covered New York City fairly well. Focusing on the best known places and sometimes those that simply cross my path, there are still probably a zillion spots left for me to visit. For my latest adventure, I visited a new […]

Nick’s Pizza—A Crispy Margherita on Manhattan’s Upper East Side

Heading back home to Music City through LaGuardia, I came upon the idea of looking for a pizza place on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Totally unfamiliar with this area, all I had were impressions of it being a wealthy part of town. Doing my advance work, I was on to something about it being close […]