Whether your kids prefer their pizza whole, by the slice or a calzone, there’s no shortage of delicious options in NYC. While Manhattan and Brooklyn are home to some of the most famous slices, there’s pizza everywhere in the five boroughs. And while some toppings might divide a room, there are some that everyone will love (ahem, pineapple).
From Thin Crust to Deep Dish: A Journey Through Pizza Styles
The staff at Milkflower lets guests create their own pie by picking from more than 35 different ingredients including fresh fruits and vegetables and high-quality meats. Alternatively, you can opt for one of their signature margherita STG featuring fior di latte cheese or the Americana best pizza options that merges Italian and American culture.
This Brooklyn pizza joint has a cool vibe, wood-fired ovens and small Italian plates. And their pizzas, which are aptly named, are just as good as they sound. You can’t go wrong with the ‘Willy Mo’ which is topped with meatballs, tomato, garlic confit, mozzarella and basil, or the Emily which has mozzarella, pistachio, truffle sottocenere and honey.
This family-run pizzeria is a must-visit. With red awnings and rustic furnishings, it oozes Italian authenticity from the moment you walk in. And the pizza doesn’t disappoint – their signature New York-style slices are known for their thin, flat crust and lots of mozzarella. But be prepared to wait if you visit during peak hours when there are always long lines. They also offer delivery and take-out.