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A Visit to David Sheridan's Backyard Brooklyn Pizza Oven

I interviewed David Sheridan yesterday for the latest installment of My Pizza Oven, but what I didn't mention is that David had actually invited me out to see him in action and taste the pizza fruits of his oven labor. Scott Wiener of Scott's Pizza Tours joined in on the fun, as well, helping us sample six pies. Peep the slideshow here for outtakes from the MPO photo shoot. More

My Pie Monday - Slice'rs Show Off Their Best Pizzas!

My Pie Monday gives Slice'rs a chance to show off homemade pizzas. If you've got a pizza you're particularly proud of and want to share it with the Slice community, here's how: Your photo should be sized to 600 pixels wide Email it to pizza@seriouseats.com Tell us a little about it. You don't have to go long—just tell us at least what's on it. Better yet, tell us what you use to cook it, a link to the recipe(s) you use, or whatever you think is relevant, etc. Last, let us know how you want to be identified on Slice,... More

Scenes from Paulie Gee's

After a series of tweets back and forth last Monday, I found myself agreeing to meet Always Hungry's Arthur Bovino and Maryse Chevriere at Paulie Gee's in Greenpoint. This was my first actual visit. I had been on a friends and family night three weeks ago and once before that to scope out the space while it was under construction. I had told myself I'd be going as a "civilian" (ie., in a nonreview capacity), but I couldn't help snapping a few photos. Here's yet another gallery. (Are you getting sick of Paulie Gee yet?!?) Not much new in it... More

Pulino's Bar and Pizzeria, a Gallery

Don't worry, Nate Appleman here isn't angry at Slice. He was just pullin' a face for the camera. [Photographs: Adam Kuban] Another week, another high-profile pizza happening, man. Today, Pulino's Bar & Pizzeria, the long-awaited pizza joint helmed by San Francisco arriviste Nate Appleman (late of A16 in the City by the Bay). Other Coverage AHNY (good breakfast pie info) » Lunch Studio » GSNY (nice interior shots) » Guest of a Guest » Food in Mouth » Though to call it a "pizza joint" would be a bit of an understatement. The latest in Keith McNally's restaurant group (oh,... More

Paulie Gee's Opening Tonight in Greenpoint

A reminder, in case you don't already know: Paulie Gee's is opening tonight at 6 p.m. We were able to go to a friends and family night on Saturday at the new Greenpoint wood-oven pizzeria, and our man J. Kenji Lopez-Alt snapped some photos. They're in the gallery above, if you should feel like previewing what you might find tonight. No word yet on what the opening-night menu might be. When contacted for comment, Mr. Giannone said, "Not yet. I'm up to my ass in alligators." Update: We now have the menu. It appears after the jump. Paulie Gee's 60... More

Scenes from a Pizzeria: Antonio Starita's One-Night-Only 'Secret Show' at Kesté

It was sort of like one of those secret rock shows where your favorite band comes to town and puts the word out via Facebook or Twitter that it's doing a one-night-only gig in an intimate setting. Only here, it was pizza. And the star was Antonio Starita, of Pizzeria Starita in Naples, Italy. Here, a beautiful photo set from his appearance at Kesté Pizza & Vino in New York City. More

Staten Island: Pier 76 a Kissing Cousin of Joe & Pat's

Clockwise from top: If you want a sort of impromptu "making-of" slideshow, click the top image; it's more bonus material than anything, though. An individual-size vodka pie. A large half sausage–half plain pie. [Photographs: Adam Kuban] Pier 76 76 Bay Street, Staten Island NY (near Slosson Terr.; map); 718-447-7437; pier76si.com Getting there: I assume most Staten Islanders have cars and can drive. If you're coming from the other boroughs, it's a short walk from the St. George Ferry Terminal—just make sure to exit near where the buses land and not on western exit. Walk toward SI Borough Hall and... More

Pizza Girl: Scenes from the Road

In delivering pizza I get to explore my area more thoroughly than most people. I know the shortcuts; I know which roads will flood; and best of all, I get to take in all the little things that a lot of people miss when they drive to and from work. I thought I'd share a few of my favorite scenes. More

Chelsea: Ovest Pizzoteca (aka Luzzo's West)

Ovest Pizzoteca (aka Luzzo's West) 513 West 27th Street, New York NY 10001 (map); 212-967-4392; ovestnyc.com Getting there: Nearest subway is the C/E at 23rd Street, and even that's a walk Pizza style: Neapolitan Oven type: Wood-fired The skinny: Luzzo's sister restaurant serves up a solid pizza and a great middday special for the lunch-starved folks working way out west in Chelsea. Price: $6 lunch special for Pizza al Portafoglio or Pizza a Cono; Margherita, $9 for 8-inch and $17 for 12-inch Now open: Ovest Pizzoteca (aka Luzzo's West), way the heck out on West 27th Street in Chelsea.... More

Frank Pepe's Head-to-Head (Yonkers vs. New Haven)

Serious Eats–Slice overlord Ed Levine here has been on my case about getting to the new Frank Pepe's in Yonkers for a while now. He wanted to see how it stacked up to the original in New Haven, Connecticut. See, the Frank Pepe family has been on a small tear in the last few years, opening branches of the famed New Haven pizzeria throughout Connecticut—first in Fairfield, then Manchester, then at the Mohegan Sun casino in Uncasville. Then they opened one in Yonkers, New York. This was sort of a big deal in pizza circles, since there's a fair amount... More

Sunday Pizza Night at Colicchio & Sons

Colicchio & Sons Sunday Pizza Night 85 Tenth Avenue, New York NY 10011 (at West 15th; map); 212-400-6699; colicchioandsons.com Getting there: A/C/E/L to Eighth Ave./14th St. Pizza style: Neapolitan-inspired Oven type: Wood Stone gas-fired brick oven, with some wood added The skinny: Celeb chef Tom Colicchio does "Pizza Night" on Sundays in the Tap Room of his new Colicchio & Sons. Small Neapolitan-inspired pies have a soft, tender dough with variable puffiness Price: $14 to $16 a pie A couple weeks ago chef-restaurateur and Top Chef judge Tom Colicchio opened Colicchio & Sons in the space formerly occupied by... More

8 Pizzas That Haunt My Dreams

I've eaten a lot of pizza in the last year or so, but these eight pies from around the country continue to haunt my dreams. I'm not declaring these "the best," per se, just the top eight I keep thinking about and wanting more of. I could have easily reeled off eight more, but these were the pies on the front burner of my brain when I commenced this little exercise. Are they in any kind of order? Yes—the chronological order in which I ate them. Peep the slideshow and salivate. More

Seattle: Tutta Bella, a Quick Photo Gallery

Click to view gallery » My second pizza stop in Seattle, after Serious Pie and some digestion time spent at the Space Needle, was the Tutta Bella on Westlake Avenue in the area known as South Lake Union. For fellow tourists, that's basically just a little north of—and a relatively easy walk from—Downtown, Belltown, and Pike Place Market. This Tutta Bella is part of a four-location VPN-certified mini empire; the original is in Seattle's Columbia City neighborhood. [Photographs: Adam Kuban] Tutta Bella Westlake: 2200 Westlake Avenue, Seattle WA 98121 (at 9th Avenue; map); 206-223-2309; tuttabella.com... More

Nomad Pizza Co. Photo Gallery

[Photographs: Adam Kuban, except where noted] A few weeks ago, a pizza field trip essentially organized itself in the comments of a post about Nomad Pizza Co. On Saturday, the field trip finally happened. Among those on hand: Famdoc, Philip Given, Jason IDOP, Stacey Snacks, Ciao Chow Linda, Nick Sherman, Scott Wiener, Sean Taylor, Paulie Gee, Brownie, and Cary and Lillian Steiner. (Wow. Did I get everyone with a URL?) Slideshow photo gallery, after the jump.... More

Co. Pizzeria Soft Opening Photo Gallery

"Our pizzas are not always round." Clockwise from top left: Co. opened with a soft launch this evening; there were actual people from the general public in the dining room. As FOS Kathryn Yu said, from the outside, it looks less like a pizzeria than a fancy Asian restaurant. One of the stars of the evening, the Ham and Cheese pie. (You can click all images bigger.) When I checked in late afternoon to find out if Co. really was opening on Friday, the gentleman in the dining room told me, "Yes—and tonight, too." It was a sort of soft... More

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