emily-west-village
saucyWood Fired

Funny thing about Emily… We were waiting one Saturday evening to get into Rubirosa for pizza, what else? (Nolita, NYC) The wait was an hour so we put our name on the list and got drinks at Seamore’s which was a few blocks away by foot. (Seamore’s had some very good craft cocktails so check them out) We got back

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Di Fara Pizza
BrooklynsaucyStandard Pizza Oven

It’s a long way from Connecticut to Brooklyn but foodies don’t hesitate to travel for the best experience. Such was the case with a spot I had heard about when watching The Pizza Show on Vice. Not longer then 5 seconds from the time you enter you see the owner, Domenico De Marco making each pie one at a time and with

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pizano's pizza
ChicagoDeep Dish

This joint was jumping on a Friday evening and it wasn’t not hard to see why. As a matter of fact Pizano’s was my favorite deep dish pizza in Chicago until I had Lou Malnati’s. The only difference is that the dough was a more bready. The sauce like Malnati’s is a homemade style seasoned to perfection with slices of

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lou-malnati's
ChicagoDeep Dish

All I have to say about this place is 3 words….Deep Dish Heaven! We got there Saturday evening and were greeted with a wait of at least least 30 people ahead of us. While you wait you place your order and use use an app on your phone to track the progress of your wait time. We waited almost an

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riko's hot oil pie
ConnecticutHot OilStamfordThin Crust

If you like Colony pizza in Stamford, you will love Riko’s Pizza. Why? Because the founders of Riko’s are former Colony Pizza employees. In fact Riko’s maintains the same likeness of Colony’s thin-crust pie, including “stinger” hot peppers and its signature hot oil. I have been to Colony and you have to admit it does taste very similar. If you like

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