Okay, so I’m not an artist, but I thought we needed an easy way to see what areas are represented by the New York Pizza Finder, both the one on this blog site and the more detailed site. Okay, so I’m not an artist…
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Tucson, AZ has a couple of very worthy NY-style pizzerias! One is called the Brooklyn Pizza Company and the other is Upper Crust Pizza. There’s also Mario’s (on North 1st), which is an admirable try, although not quite NY-style; it’s more of a greasy Jersey Shore slice. The pizza at Magpie’s underwhelmed me, but the regular ricotta/mozzarella calzone is pretty authentic. U of A students tend to like a place called No Anchovies, but I didn’t think it was anything special.
for Savannah which is coastal and your pin was saddly missleading( as i’ve since moved to Atlana and i’m trying to find a plasce with a decent crust.. i really don’t like GA doughy..although not NY style Athen restrant on clairmont near N dekture(sp?) isn”t half bad of a pie..)……
vinny van go go’s is ok. but it exspensive and cash only .. it’s very good food but located in a busy tourist district of city market..
if your going to be in Savannah longer there is a place called Cousin Vinnies( not realted to vinny van gogo’s) in the piggly wiggly plaza on the corners of ferguson and skidaway road.. ( for point of referance there is a pb and a shell on that corner too and a papa jhons accross the st.. cousin Vinnies is in the plaza with piggly wigly and they are related to coaches corner in sandfly so you can get the coaches wings at C.vinnies , and Vinnies pizza at choaches….
cousin vinnies is NJ steyl pizza , but being i’m origanally and up state NYer it’s comperable to what i grew up with..
and is worth it for the tase they also take CC.
[…] I was amazed at all the New York Style Pizza places the Harrisburg area, including Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg, York, Lancaster, and Gettysburg. I did not have a chance to visit many or feel the need to research much in this area. Suffice it to say, if you visit these towns, you will not have a problem finding a decent slice of New York Pizza. I’m trying to figure out how best to represent this on the Pizza Locator map. Any ideas? I guess I’m lumping Eastern PA in there with New Jersey and New York– too may pizza places to mention, and kind of out of scope for this blog. I’ll put up some flags for the towns I’ve visited, but I’m thinking of adding some new kind of shading for New York, New Jersey, and this portion of PA. […]
want to try some of the best pizza you have ever had?? Rico’s Pizza in Fairmount Georgia. It’s hand tossed and all made fresh…..
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