Tarry Lodge. It's Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich's sorta newish restaurant in Port Chester, New York, that features pizza on its menu. Alan Richman says:
Tarry Lodge is one of the most interesting pizzerias in New York. The crusts are thin, charred, toothsome, and just a bit too chewy—you’re unlikely to finish off every bit of your puffy outer ring. The toppings—I tried four—are creative and triumphant. Not one dud. They include spicy salami and porcini; truffles, pig cheek, and egg; meatballs and jalapeño peppers; and a clam pie that is unlike any other clam pizza I’ve tried, which means the clams aren’t overcooked so horrendously they taste like rubber-bands-of-the-sea. The pie with black truffles costs $14, which means those certainly aren’t fresh tuber melanosporum from Périgord sprinkled atop them, but they’re good enough to provide a hint of the unrivaled truffles-with-eggs experience.
New York Social Diary's Jordana Z. visited Tarry Lodge earlier this year and actually has pictures of the pizza.