New York City is a mecca of secret (sizzling) pizza shops hard to pass up on breezy walks through the city. Whether you’re accustomed to juicy deep dish or the giant pizza pies with a thin crust – the big city has all the options at your walking beck and call. It’s all about the slightly thin and crunchy pizza crust you can access until the deep hours of the morning (and normal lunch hours, but of course).
A clear winner in our book! With an outdoor tiki tent, this spot charms even before you get the hot cheese on your plate. Speaking of, we’ve heard down the pizza pipeline that it serves the ideal ratio of crust to sauce to cheese. The leopard crust and flavor combos are tantalizing and tasty.
The guy that started this place used to cook pizza in his backyard. Right away you know it’s dedicated and good. Try the Mike’s Hot Honey, a sweet Brazilian-infused spice that will give a lonely piece of crust the ultimate spin on tasty pizza.
Let’s talk about inventive pizza pies, shall we? Apparently they have a ridiculous Brussels sprout pie. Um, hi? With a spin on traditional ingredients this spot will please.
With unique specials and a delightful spin on traditional pizza, Lucali is destined to refresh your pizza palette. Go basic and try the Lucali five-cheese with free-range, baked chicken Parmesan. It’s official, typing all of this is making us hungry.
Prince St. Pizza
Psst…this place also delivers! Many locals claim it is the best pizza made in Manhattan – offering a quick and quality delivery and the ultimate spot for a quick slice or two during lunch. Quick tip: try the rice balls.
Brooklyn & Harlem
‘Sotto’ means under and ‘casa’ means home. The shop is, quite literally, nestled under a brick townhome. It’s less about location and more about feeling that authentic Italian charm. Oh, and the pizza is quite tasty as well. We delightfully suggest ordering up that Aglio, Olio. Think: mozzarella, ricotta, garlic, hot chili flakes, and basil.
From Clam Pie to Buffalo Wing Pie, Denino’s pulls all the stops for its pizza. If you’re not convinced yet, just click here and forever be hungry for pasta sauce and slabs of pizza.
Brittany is the content and communications Marketing Manager for Sun Country Airlines. Her favorite things about Sun Country are the close-knit family vibe and the passion behind the people, as if the employees and customers grew up loving the “airline next door.” Her favorite destination? The whimsical forests and rain of Seattle’s coast.