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'Time Out New York' 100 Best Things to Eat 2009

Quick Bites Adam Kuban 2 comments

Time Out New York's got a nice year-end wrap of the 100 best things to eat in New York City. Pizza, of course, is on list. Three pizzas at three different pizzerias make the cut, according to TONY: the capocollo pizza at Bed-Stuy's Saraghina, the clam pie at Staten Island's Salvatore of Soho, and the Popeye pie at Co. Company.... More

Date Artichoke's Sal Basille

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From a Time Out New York slideshow of single chefs and food-industry types. Sal Basille of Artichoke Basille's is slide No. 8.... More

Motorino, Artichoke Basille's Win 'Time Out New York' Eat Out Awards

Adam Kuban 4 comments

Motorino's Margherita pizza. Time Out New York held its Eat Out Awards last night, with a couple pizza categories. The magazine's web editors live-blogged it: Best new artisanal pizza: Motorino, "for its Neapolitan pièce de résistance: a charred crust that’s airy yet elastic, sweet tomato sauce, and gooey pools of fior di latte mozzarella." Best new pizza: Artichoke. "Said the Artichoke boys, 'We thought we lost. We want to thank our grandmother and grandfather. We thank our customers for making us No. 1. Pizza is in our hearts and in our veins!'"... More

'Time Out New York' Taking Votes for Best New Pizzeria

Quick Bites Adam Kuban 8 comments

Artichoke, Co., Motorino, and San Marzano are the candidates. Vote here.... More

Artichoke Basille's Artichoke Slice a 'New Classic'?

Adam Kuban 14 comments

Say wha, Time Out New York? It's hammer time! It's that time of year. The annual year-end round-ups are coming fast and furious. (Don't worry, homeslices, I'm workin' on them myself.) Today, Time Out New York drops its lists. For the most part, they're pretty solid. But I just had to reach in to the ol' Slice Bag o' Tricks and pull out the rusty but trusty Truth Hammer. See that nonsense above? The weekly magazine is naming Artichoke Basille's signature artichoke slice a "new classic." Please. We love the Artichoke regular and square slices, even if they are... More

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