It’s true, at any time of the day—morning, noon or night—you can grab a delicious slice in the city that never sleeps. (And sometimes for $1!)
But New York City’s pizza landscape is much more than a grab-and-go greasy slice. The five boroughs are studded with endless eateries serving up all kinds of pies: homesick Chicagoans can get their beloved deep dish at places like Emmett’s in Soho or Archie’s Bar & Pizza in Bushwick, or folks craving Detroit-style pies can grab a pan at the cult-favorite Emmy Squared. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Also putting a huge dent in the pizza scene is the classic, wood-fired Neoplitan-style pie.
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