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Rubirosa's Caprese Makes the Most of Tomatoes in Season

Slice: New York Michael Berman 3 comments

Rubirosa's Caprese pizza is offered year round, typically with cherry tomatoes. But right now they are layering it with slices of juicy red, green, and yellow tomatoes and this is one pizza that is worth having! If you know of other pizzas featuring peak-of-the-season tomatoes, tell us in the comments. More

Top This: Prosciutto and Fig Pizza (à la Rubirosa)

Top This Erin Mosbaugh 4 comments

At the beginning of fig season, Chef Al Di Meglio debuted his salty-sweet prosciutto and fig pie as a special at Soho's Rubirosa. Customers were so smitten with the pizza, they wouldn't let Al take it off the menu. More

Daily Slice: Vodka Slice at Rubirosa

Daily Slice Sam Levison 4 comments

For everything the neighboring Pomodoro does wrong on its Vodka slice, Rubirosa does right on its rendition. More

Where to Eat Pizza in NYC: The Ultimate 15 Pizzeria Itinerary

Slice: New York Lance Roberts 42 comments

Lance Roberts is known around Slice for his pizza pilgrimages. On his most recent tear through NYC, the LA Slice'r tackled the most epic pizza tourism itinerary to date, clocking 40 slices from NYC pizzerias in just three days. Here's how he did it. More

Video: Happy San Gennaro, from Rubirosa!

Meredith Smith 1 comment

Hey, it's the next to last day of San Gennaro. In honor of that, here's a video is by the folks at Rubirosa. There's some pretty sweet moves and a delicious looking pie or two! More

Daily Slice: Is It Just Me or Does Rubirosa Keep Getting Better?

Daily Slice J. Kenji López-Alt 3 comments

As impressed as we were by Rubirosa when it first opened, now that our office is just a few blocks away, I make it out there for a slice or two pretty regularly during the week. And I've gotta say, it just keeps getting better and better. More

Rubirosa Pizza & Bar Brings Iconic Staten Island Pizza to Nolita

Adam Kuban 15 comments

Rubirosa, on Mulberry Street in Nolita, is helmed by Angelo "A. J." Pappalardo, son of Joe & Pat's Joe Pappalardo, and you'll find the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Anyone familiar with Joe & Pat's will instantly recognize the pizza at Rubirosa. It is a carbon copy of its Castleton Corners forbear, where A. J. began working at age 12. A patchwork of good-quality fresh mozzarella covers a bright-red swath of slightly sweet crushed tomatoes — all atop an ultrathin crust that is crunchy at the edges but gives way to a crisp and pliant middle. More

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