Pizza

We Lost the Cup & Saucer for this Cheap Pizza Joint

Posted November 28, 2017 at 5:00 am

The replacement was swift and unmerciful. We lost the venerable Cup & Saucer for this shit. In comes the so-called Canal Pizza. Signage for the (presumably) cheap-eats newcomer arrived over the holiday weekend, replacing that beautifully faded print with cartoonish iconography. Meanwhile, build-out of the interior has been ongoing the last couple weeks, as previously […]

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Gino Sorbillo’s Flagship Bowery Pizzeria Starts Serving Tonight

Posted November 27, 2017 at 5:00 am

Popular Naples pizzaiolo Gino Sorbillo is finally ready to debut his flagship city pizzeria. It’s been in the works on the Bowery for the better part of a year, and was supposed to have opened in the summer. Autumn instead; tonight, in fact. The highly-anticipated Sorbillo pizzeria at 334 Bowery sports approximately 60 seats, including […]

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Confirmed: Una Pizza Napoletana Moving Back to the Lower East Side

Posted November 13, 2017 at 5:03 am

Whynot Coffee is toast, as the acclaimed Una Pizza Napoletana is confirmed for 175 Orchard Street. Eater confirmed last week that pizzaiolo Anthony Mangieri is bringing his pizzeria back to the Lower East Side in a partneship with Contra/Wildair principals Jeremiah Stone and Fabian Von Hauske Valtierra. It’s a straight-up move, as the San Francisco […]

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‘Nonna’s LES Pizzeria’ Might Not Have Much Time Left on Clinton Street

Last modified August 28, 2017 at 2:43 pm

This isn’t a good sign for the eight-year-old Nonna’s LES Pizzeria on Clinton Street. Literally. Just look toward the second floor to scope out the “store for rent” placard nestled between the bar’s of the fire escape. Update: a reader tells us that the pizzeria is not closing, and that the availability is for the space […]

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Your First Look Inside Gino Sorbillo’s Incoming Pizzeria on the Bowery

Posted June 29, 2017 at 5:15 am

With one up and running in Little Italy (i.e. Zia Esterina), revered pizza maker Gino Sorbillo is mere days from debuting his new pizzeria on the Bowery. Doors have been propped open the last couple weeks to reveal the current progress at 334 Bowery. Take a look inside. We’re told that Sorbillo should open sometime next week. […]

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Pala Pizza Seized After 11 Years on Allen Street

Posted May 26, 2017 at 5:12 am

Death paid a visit to Pala this week in the form of City Marshals. The eleven-year-old pizzeria was seized and returned to the landlord on Tuesday. As for the restaurant itself, the furnishings and interior are still intact. Packed up for the night never to reopen. The Pala pizzeria opened on this upper stretch of […]

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Sauce Restaurant Introduces New ‘LES Pizza’ Takeout Window on Allen Street

Last modified April 14, 2017 at 8:30 pm

Sauce introduced a new grab-and-go pizza concept at its Lower East Side restaurant yesterday. Their take on thin-crust pizza, dubbed LES Pizza, is dispensed through the window of 78 Rivington Street, and available 5pm to 12am daily. Delivery is also an option, via Seamless. The so-called pizza window just off the kitchen on the Allen […]

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Gino Sorbillo’s Pizza Joint Makes it Official on the Bowery

Posted March 22, 2017 at 5:16 am

Naples pizza master Gino Sorbillo is inching closer to unveiling his newest restaurant. The eponymous stateside pizzeria, the first in America, will soon open at 334 Bowery, between Bond and Great Jones Streets. Sidewalk shed was recently removed, and teaser posters installed in the now-liberated windows. Exact timetable on opening is elusive. By summertime seems […]

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Naples Pizza Master Gino Sorbillo Headed to the Bowery with New Pizzeria

Posted January 27, 2017 at 5:14 am

It doesn’t look like 334 Bowery is yet done with pizza operators. Next up is famed, Naples-based pizza maker Gino Sorbillo. News of his arrival on the Lower East Side came through Community Board 2, as Sorbillo seeks full liquor privileges for the establishment. La Pizzeria Sorbillo is his claim to fame, much beloved by […]

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Why L’asso Pizza on Mott Street Won’t be Reopening

Posted November 9, 2016 at 5:00 am

There is no hope for L’asso Pizza. After our last article about its sudden demise, the comments section overheated with accusations that the closure was only temporary to correct an alleged “gas leak” at 192 Mott Street. And that the blacked-out signage was graffiti related. Needless to say, the shop remains gated and dormant. It’s […]

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