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Nicoletta: What Michael White is Really After

Slice: New York J. Kenji López-Alt 95 comments

Some regular Slice-reading New Yorkers might be wondering why a national pizza blog with a strong New York bent has been completely mum on the pies at Nicoletta, the new pizza venture from über-Chef Michael White who happens to one of the greatest (not to mention one of our favorite) Italian chefs in the city. And you'd be right to wonder. Other than a brief First Look, we've been silent on the subject. Honestly, it was the initial negative press culiminating in Pete Wells' zero-star review in the New York Times that made us give pause and consider the matter. I mean, what is Michael White doing serving heavy, midwestern pizza with a sauce made with dried herbs and low moisture Wisconsin mozzarella? Here's the real story. More

The Less Than Favorable New York Times Review of Nicoletta

Slice: New York Meredith Smith 13 comments

With Michael White behind Nicoletta, it was one of the most anticipated openings of the year. And we may be biased here at Slice, but all the more anticipated because it was pizza! There's nothing like a scathing New York Times review, however, to extinguish the excitement surrounding a new restaurant. More

Top This: Fior di Zucca (à la Nicoletta)

Slice: New York Erin Mosbaugh 9 comments

Pluck those zucchini blossoms from your garden (or from the booth at your local farmers market), for they make a stellar pizza topping. Nicoletta Executive Chef, Ben Lee, shows you how to work the tender, yellow-orange blossoms onto your pies at home in today's Top This. More

First Look: Nicoletta, Michael White's New NYC Pizzeria

Adam Kuban 28 comments

Pizza fiends and pizza friends, you've heard about Nicoletta, right? How could you not have? It's the latest venture from James Beard Award–winning Michael White, one of NYC's most highly regarded chefs and the man behind Marea, Osteria Morini, and Ai Fiori. Which means the hype surrounding the place has been through the roof. More

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