525 Grand Street, near Henry
Mark Bello says he can teach anyone how to make perfect pizzas at home, from scratch. Individuals can attend regularly scheduled pizza workshops or you can book a private event for a group (of up to 16 people). The Grand Street shop also stocks a full line of pizza making tools and accessories.
371 Grand Street, near Norfolk
Weekly workshops: Thursdays: 6:30pm to 10:30pm; Saturdays: 12:00 pm to 4:00pm; Sundays: 12:00 pm to 4:00pm. Store hours: Wednesday-Sunday noon-5pm.
Keith McNally’s (Balthazar, Schiller’s, etc) take on a Roman pizzeria and trattoria. The wood-fired oven produces slightly charred thin crust pies, featuring a lot of interesting toppings. Also on the menu: several antipasti platters and other entrees (roasted fish, hanger steak). Like all McNally ventures, Pulino’s highlights specialty cocktails and a big, lively bar.
282 Bowery, at Houston
Hours: brteakfast daily 830am-1130am; lunch Monday-Friday noon-5pm; dinner daily 6pm-midnight; weekend brunch 10am-4pm
Roman-style pizza is served in this conspicuous, open-air space on Allen Street. The dough rises over three days, resulting in a light and crispy crust. Toppings include pumpkin purée, marbled pancetta, artichokes and fresh peas.
198 Allen, near Houston
Hours Mon-Fri, 4pm-midnight; Sat-Sun, 11am-1am
Cusine: Pizza, Italian Address: 105 Clinton St./map Phone: (212) 477-2708 Hours: Sun-Wed: 10am-12am Thu-Sat: 10am-2am Menu
Reservations: no Delivery: yes
Nonna’s is a longtime Lower East Side favorite. Specializing in the “grandma slice,” which features a sweeter sauce than your average New York pie, the narrow Clinton Street spot was the top vote getter in The Lo-Down’s 2013 “Best of the LES” readers’ survey for pizza. Nonna’s is also well known for its awesome artichoke slice, which features a whole artichoke bathed in creamy cheese.
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