These Are New York City's Best Pizza Spots, By Borough
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These Are New York City's Best Pizza Spots, By Borough

Cuisine , Bronx , United States , Brooklyn , United States , Manhattan , United States , Queens
Jade Robinson
Jade Robinson Jan 8, 2021

The best pizza in the U.S. definitely comes from New York. Don’t debate us. Why do you think New York-style pizza is its own sub-category?

If you are looking for some new spots to try around the city, these are the best pizza shops by borough.

The Bronx

Louie & Ernie’s Pizza

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Louie & Ernie’s is a staple in The Bronx. For over 61 years, fans have come to the same conclusion, it is the best pizza in the Bronx. Pro-tip: Try the famous made-to-order tomato and mozzarella pie.

Brooklyn

Dellaroccos of Brooklyn

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Dellarocco’s has perfected the brick-oven pizza. What makes this place so special, is the red and white pizza menu, with over 28 options to choose from. Pro-tip: try the truffle white pizza

QUEENS

Gabi’s Pizza

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Gabi’s Pizza takes you back to classic-style pizza with minimal toppings, extra cheese, and savory sauce. Although this spot sells pizza by-the-slice, you will almost never see anyone leaving without a large box and a bag of garlic knots.

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Manhattan

Artichoke Pizza

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This late night pizza shop, with over 10 locations, is a New York City legend. The lines wrapped around the block are well worth it. They have 8 specialty slices as big as your arm, and they all pack a lot of flavor. Pro-tip: try the Artichoke slice, trust me.

Staten Island

Brother’s Pizza

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Brother’s Pizza is a family-owned business that makes all of Staten Island feel like a family. Their traditional recipes, which have not been altered, keep customers coming back. Pro-tip: try the Sicilian slice.

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