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Famous Joe’s of the Village–Now Joe’s Pizza of Park Slope

If it weren’t for the recent news of the latest New York City Pizza War, I may have never gotten to visit what is now called Joe’s Pizza of Park Slope. Following similar battles involving the names Patsy and Ray, this one was about the use of the name Joe’s in Brooklyn by the guy […]

Antonio’s Pizza – Slice Place in Port Chester, NY

Concluding my stay in the Westchester County village of Port Chester, NY, I made a third and final pizza stop. This one was unexpected and only to accommodate my pizza-loving friend from Cali who had just arrived to join me for the evening’s concert at the famed Capitol Theatre. Although the place we went to […]

John’s of Arthur Ave—Port Chester, NY Carries on the Flame with Original Bronx Recipe

On my recent visit to the village of Port Chester, The Snob really hadn’t planned a pizza attack. In fact, after “slicing” for lunch downtown at Roddy’s, my thoughts had turned to coffee, and I was on my way to a Starbucks for my usual post-lunch cold-brew. However, just before my Waze app could tell […]

Eno’s Pizza Tavern—Chicago Tavern-Style in Dallas’s Oak Cliff

My business meetings were over right after lunch, and the plane didn’t leave until 7pm. This meant that there was plenty of time for an afternoon pizza adventure in Dallas on this lovely spring day. With my research coming up as dry as a stale piece of crust, seeing the word “thin” in a write-up […]

Coal Vines – Swanky Pizza Place in Big D

I spent a lot of time in Dallas when I was a Texan and have many fond memories of this fine city. My trips back since then have been infrequent, and my research unfortunately has resulted in little in the way of any pizza to get excited about. A few years back, I had a […]

Nashville’s Night Train Pizza—Pizza Comes to the Gulch!

Nashville’s Gulch area is perhaps one of its most blatant examples of the City’s quick and slick tourist-centric growth. While there are some places in the Gulch that I enjoy, I suspect most locals like me, would rather hang in Hillsboro Village or East Nashville’s Five Points. And if the Gulch growth ever messes with […]

Sorbillo Pizzeria— Neapolitan Pizzaioli Come to the Bowery in Manhattan

There is just something I like about a Monday morning in Manhattan. Maybe the best way to sum it up is that the “City That Never Sleeps” seems a little sleepy after the weekend. Nonetheless, you can feel the city starting to come awake for another week, but it just doesn’t seem to be in […]