What fantastic pizza. I went for simple - Margherita. Because if you can't get that right, artisanal pizzas won't be better. Well, the basic Margherita was one of the very best Neopolitan pizzas I've ever had. Certainly the best I can remember eating in the U.S. The crust is perfect. Thin yet chewy but just perfectly so. The sauce is great - a little sweet and savory at the same time. And the mozzarella was amazing. I'd go back today and get it again, and I just ate there last night! The service was European in the best sense. You don't feel rushed, but someone was always nearby when needed. Ambience was nice too - a sort of urban update on Italian countryside. It's also very reasonable - about $22 plus tip for a pizza and a glass of wine. You must visit this place if you are visiting in NYC, and for that matter, if you live there too.
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