June 7, 2017, 12:20 a.m.
If you desire a masterful pizza with a funnel-cake fluffy inside and the perfect amount of crispy coasting, this Neapolitan pie is the one for you. The cause of this masterful creation is the fact that it is fried. Who does not love Fried Pizza? It comes from the mastermind of Robert Caporuscio and Antonio Starita. This Hell’s Kitchen collaboration is worth trying out for only $13!
If you want to represent Staten Island, then you are a proud lover of Lee’s Tavern. This 75-year-old tavern can still pop out and cook the most amazing meals, including a delicious golden-crusted pepperoni bar pie, filled with concave little half moons of cured meat. Yum! Match this delicious pepperoni pie with a beer and enjoy an authentic tavern experience for only $20!
Opened in 1939, this fourth-generation, family-run Gravesend staple pizza joint is one of the most distinctive pizza restaurants in all of New York. What makes their pizza extremely special is their upside-down composition. A light mozzarella coating is hidden beneath a fine layer of tomato sauce and they are cooked on old steel pans with years of olive oil cooked into them. This pizza is not just delicious, special, it is historic for only $38!
If you desire a touch of old world New York city charm, Patsy’s Pizzeria has it. Oh, as well as an amazing coal-oven pizza. This 1933 East Harlem pizza joint proves that sometimes shorter and smaller is better. Each slice is made to perfection without “over-doing” it. Enjoy two, three, maybe even six slices of this bubbly-browned pizza with the most delicious mozzarella coat for only $18!
What makes this delicious and unique pizza is the fact that you have to stay in if you want to try it out. Yup, that is right, you can only order this pizza as a delivery option – the best pizza delivery ever! Carlo Mirarchi has unique mind when coming up with the wacky names of his Neapolitan pies, such as Spudnik Cheesus Christ. Well, the Bee Sting is a dance between sopressata, crushed tomatoes, chile, and the real unique kicker, honey. Sometimes it is worth to stay in when you are only paying $16!
By NYC Rooftop Bar Crawl