I was as surprised as anyone to discover that there's actually good New York pizza right in Chinatown (though honestly, who wants pizza when there are cheap fried dumplings nearby?), but yep, it's there right at the bottom end of Mott street. Luna Pizza is actually quite large and offers a pretty full pizzeria menu.
'Luna Pizza' on Serious Eats
If you are only a casual pizza fan, you'd be excused for underestimating Connecticut's contributions to the slice-o-sphere. After all, isn't it NYC and Chicago that get all the attention from TV shows and food writers too lazy to go beyond the tired Big Apple–Windy City rivalry? In fact, parts of Connecticut have had world-class pizza operations for upwards of 85 years. That's not to mention all the relative newcomers (emphasis on relative) that have opened in the nearly nine decades of Nutmeg State pizza ascendancy. Let's take a look at some of the options for those unfamiliar with the state's crusty, cheesy, saucy offerings.