A Slice of New York
If you come to New York City and don’t grab a slice of pizza…Did you even really come to NYC? New York is home to some of the best pizza spots in the country. Deciding where to go can be tricky, especially if you’re not a local. Hit one up from our curated list and thank us later!
Joe’s Pizza – Known as the “Greenwich Village Institution”, Joe’s Pizza is a staple slice spot in NYC. The first location that opened, the Bleecker and Carmine Street location, never not has a line and is open at all hours of the day/night. With a cash only policy, these perfect slices that are too big for the plate are well worth the $3 ATM fee.
Prince Street Pizza – With a line that often sprawls down the block, Prince Street Pizza is one of the most sought out pizza spots in the city. Nestled in the heart of NoLita, this famous pizzeria brags about its clientele with a celebrity photo wall with some of the greats. With pies named after the streets of the city, you will be sure to taste a slice of New York when visiting here.
Scarr’s Pizza – Orchard Street is home to a lot of cool things including the famous slice spot, Scarr’s Pizza. The vibe at Scarr’s is old-school cool meets new school. The orange trays, wraparound counterbar and traditional diner booths set the tone for the delicious slice options to order. Vegan options are available so everyone can dine and dip! Whether it’s a traditional slice or a Hotboi pie, Scarr’s doesn’t disappoint.
Paulie Gee’s – If you’re feeling a little adventurous, head to Greenpoint Brooklyn to hit the famous Paulie Gee’s. With 2 locations within walking distance from each other, these slices always hit. The Gourmet pies in the dine-in shop are cheffed up with locally sourced ingredients and unique topping choices. The take-out Slice Shop is home to a select customer favorites, including our fave…an upside down Sicilian with fresh mozzarella called The Freddy Prinze.
Famous Ben’s Pizza – A SoHo mainstay on the corner of Spring & Thompson, this Sicilian pizzeria debuted in 1979. Their walkup window is a neighborhood favorite and their Palermo slice is not to be missed. The special topping of olive-oiled and browned bread crumbs, a Sicilian tradition, houses a coarse puree of onions underneath. A unique taste to add to your best NYC pizza slice list.