The best pizza in NYC

Its #NationalCheesePizza day and what a better way to celebrate then by eating delicious New York City pizza! So if you’re looking to celebrate in style, we have gathered some of our favorite pizza places in NYC! Check them out below

Alligator/ Crocodile Lounge
http://www.alligatorloungebrooklyn.com/ | 600 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
http://www.crocodileloungenyc.com/ | 325 E 14th St, New York, NY 10003

What better way to start off a list by starting with a bar that offers free pizza? Yes, FREE pizza. Alligator Lounge (located in Brooklyn) and Crocodile Lounge (in Manhattan) both offer free pizza with every drink order. Every day, from open to close.

Lazzara's Pizza Café
http://lazzaraspizza.com/home.html | 221 W 38th St #2, New York, NY 10018

Everyone at OST can agree that Lazzara’s is the best pizza in midtown! Lazzara’s pizza has crispy edges, thin crust and excellent sauce; what better way to describe a classic NYC pizza? Some of our favorites include the Margarita and the Pizza Bianco.

Fiore's Pizza
http://www.fiorespizzanyc.com/ | 165 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012

Located right in the heart of the pizza-famous Bleecker Street in downtown Manhattan, Fiore offers up the classic NYC favorite- a thin crusted pie. Customer favorites are the margarita and the white pizza.

& Pizza
https://andpizza.com/ | 15 W 28th St, New York, NY 10001

This popular NYC spot originally hails from Washington DC! &Pizza is known for whipping up custom made pies shaped like large ovals. They also offer up signature pies, like the ‘Gnarlic’ which is a variation of a white pie and ‘The OG’ which is a classic cheese pizza.

Bleecker Street Pizza
http://bleeckerstreetpizza.com/ | 69 7th Ave S, New York, NY 10014

Bleecker Street Pizza, located on Bleecker Street, offers some of the best classic NYC slices. With a thin, foldable crust and authentic sauce passed down from a real-life Nonna, these pies definitely have stood the test of time. Some of their most popular slices include the classic and the Nonna Maria.

Lombardi’s
http://www.firstpizza.com/ | 32 Spring St, New York, NY 10012

Lombardi’s is famous for claiming to be not just the first pizzeria in New York, but in the whole of America. It’s a popular spot for this reason but also because since they opened in 1897 they’ve been making great pizza.

Grimaldi’s
http://www.grimaldis-pizza.com/home | 1 Front Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

It’s worth waiting in line for a slice at Grimaldi’s Pizza. This pizza is made with fresh ingredients and served piping hot, straight out of their coal brick oven. This cooking technique gives each pie a unique, smoky flavor with a crisp crust that you can’t get with gas or wood ovens. This place is definitely worth the hype.

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