When you are staying in a vacation rental in Manhattan, there is most likely going to be several things you will want to do. You’ll want to see the sights, visit the many attractions available, and eat the food. Yes, I said it. Eat the food.
New York is famous for its many delicious treats, like deli sandwiches, dim sum, and bagels. One meal you don’t want to miss out on, however, involves a piping hot slice of New York’s most famous pizza. While pizza eateries are available on almost every corner, there are several specific locations that offer the best of the best. Check them out here.
Obtaining the Best Pizza Experience While Staying in a Vacation Rental in Manhattan
Created in 1905 Lombardi’s is the picture of pizza you can’t miss while staying in a vacation rental in Manhattan. With checkered tablecloths, painted brick walls, black and white pictures, and delicious pizza cooked in a coal oven, there’s just no way to go wrong. Only whole pies are sold at this location, which resides on Spring street in SoHo, but a large variety are offered, including a clam pie that gives your pizza a salty punch.
Located on Front street in Brooklyn Heights, this pizzeria’s coal over pizza is to die for. In fact, most nights a line is formed all the way out the door as New Yorkers try to get a slice of this fabulous pie.
L&B Spumoni Gardens
This pizzeria is famous for it’s Sicilian pie, but a full menu of classic Italian pies and other cuisine are available. Located on 86th street in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, the eatery offers a family-friendly atmosphere with indoor and outdoor dining.
Di Fara’s Pizza
Midwood, Brooklyn is home to one of the best pizzerias in New York, Di Fara’s. This eatery offers traditional pies, as well as square pizzas and class Italian cuisine. While the line for a pizza is long, you actually have the chance to watch these experts make the pizzas by hand. That’s worth a trip, isn’t it?
This pizzeria has two locations you can visit while staying in a vacation rental in Manhattan. The first, and original is in Forest Hills, Queens. The second is on the Upper East Side. The thin crust pizzas are crisp and cooked by gas-fired ovens. You can also enjoy a tasty calzone with your pizza and, if you still have room, desert can be a cannoli.
If you don’t want to go far for your pizza, consider John’s Pizzeria in Manhattan. Three different locations are available on Bleecker street, West 44th street, and East 64th street. The Time’s Square location provides you with a beautiful place to dine, as it is located within a deconsecrated church. This means you can view beautiful stained glass while savor the delicious pie.
New York offers many different pizzerias, and at least one should be on your to-do list when you are staying in a vacation rental in Manhattan. Try these top eateries, and then explore on your own to find the pizza you love the most.