Two New York pizzerias were among the 15 best in the world. Located in the heart of Hell's Kitchen and the Theater District, Don Antonio is where pizza fans can find the best Neapolitan pizza in midtown Manhattan. Although the Bed-Stuy branch has only been open for three years, the original one was founded in Riverhead in 1975, and this place is a quintessential neighborhood venue in New York City. There's an express side just for pizza or a restaurant to sit down with pasta and more if you have a little more free time.
The history of Neapolitan pizza is the story of immigrants; without the tomatoes of Peru, the people of Naples would never have invented Neapolitan pizza. They import all their ingredients directly from Italy and “only use the mix of pizza flours certified by the Italian flour mill 'Le 5 Stagioni' and the natural yeast from Italy, which makes pizza light and easy to digest, according to their website. Three of them were among the 15 best, one in San Francisco and two in New York (Una Pizza Napoletana and Ribalta, an excellent place next to Union Square). Some pizza fans think it serves one of the best examples of the Neapolitan Renaissance pizza style in New York.
The most important cities for pizzas in terms of quality are, above all, Naples, New York, Tokyo and São Paulo. He had been serving what some considered to be the best pizza in New York City since 1965, adding basil leaves grown in his Midwood store to every cake. John's is one of the oldest pizzerias in the city and has preserved much of its original New York character. In June, 50 Top Pizza, an online guide that focuses on the best Italian pizzerias in the world, crowned New York's Una Pizza Napoletana as the best room of its kind in the United States.
Head to the upper part of the city for a cozy atmosphere and delicious pizza in a brick oven right in front of City College. Roberta's wood-fired pizzas helped make a name for Bushwick, Brooklyn, and are known as one of the best pizzas in New York.