With the Holidays around the corner I thought I would write about Scott’s Pizza Tours in New York City. If you keep your ear to the ground in the pizza scene you’ve probably have head of Scott. He’s an author, writes an award-winning column for Pizza Today Magazine, and is featured in the New York Museum for Pizza. He also
I must admit I never went to the Tazza Osteria & Bar but when I saw that it had transformed into Strada Craft Pizza and Bar I was intrigued. Last weekend I checked it out for a takeout order and it straight up rocked my world. Upon entry the place seemed very warm and inviting. Sally, who was behind the
Everyone loves Pepe’s! Pepe’s was my first experience ever with coal-fired pizza so it has a special place in my heart. I have to say they had me at first slice. Even since then I have developed a preference for coal-fired pizza. Everyone knows it’s the coal fired oven that works magic on that dough with that slight char, chewiness
Want an old school feel with a modern pizza flare? This place is it. The moment you sit down you feel you are in a vintage gas station but their fuel is pizza. It really has a great vibe if you are looking to go for happy hour or date night. One side of the restaurant opens up like a
Letizia’s Pizza is a hidden gem in Norwalk, CT. When I lived in Norwalk it was one of my number one spots for pizza. I was surprised to learn I hadn’t reviewed it yet. Apparently, I’ve been gone for too long. What make Letizia’s so special is the sauce. It’s tastes as if your grandmother made it. It has just the
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