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NYC Link Roundup: The Best Pizzas, Desserts & More in New York City!

Happy February! We are already hoping for an early spring! In this month’s NYC Foodie Link Roundup, we look at the best pizzas in New York City, the best desserts and more! There are so many delicious things to try with so little time. How the Slice Joint Made Pizza the Perfect New York City…

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February 8, 2019

Cheap Eats: The Best Pizza in New York City for Under $5

New York City is renowned for its delicious pizza and you don’t have to break the bank to try some of the best! Here is our cheap eats list on the best pizza in New York City for under $5. Some slices are just a dollar! Be sure to check out our other cheap eats…

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August 24, 2018

NYC Link Roundup: Where You Can Find the Best Pizzas in NYC & More!

New York City is renowned for its world class pizzerias, so in this month’s NYC Foodie Link Roundup, we take a look at the best pizzas in New York City and more! Let us know what your favorite place for a slice is at our Twitter or our Facebook page with the hashtag #TakeABiteOutoftheBigApple. 10 Best Slices in NYC You can’t go wrong with any pizzerias on this list but we absolutely love, love Joe’s Pizza and Lombardi’s. Both offer perfection with every bite! Brooklyn Pizza: Best Slices and Pies in the Borough Brooklyn is home to a number of excellent pizzerias too. Best Pizza, L&B Spumoni Gardens and Di Fara are all worth the trip alone. NYC Easter Brunch: Restaurants with Prix-fixe Menus and More Easter is right around the corner. If you are planning a fun…

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April 7, 2017

New York City Business Spotlight: Margherita NYC

There are a ton of pizzerias in New York City and in fact there are a bunch of pizzerias in Little Italy alone. Margherita NYC (197 Grand St) in the heart of Little Italy (located two storefronts from Ferrara’s Bakery) is still a relative newcomer to the neighborhood but yet they have created a buzz…

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November 20, 2015

New York City Business Spotlight: Grand Appetito

There are hundreds of pizzerias in New York City and everyone has their favorite. Our favorite pizzeria is a bit off the radar but it is also somewhat of a neighborhood favorite. That pizzeria is Grand Appetito in Little Italy. Grand Appetito was founded in 2012 by the owner’s cousin Angelo who arrived from Palermo, Italy. He helped shape the pizzeria’s recipes and shaped their desire to use quality Italian ingredients perhaps most importantly fresh mozzarella. You can’t go wrong with any their pizzas off their menu or their pizzas ready for those on the go but one pizza that does stand out is their “grandma’s pie” (which you can try on our tour of Little Italy & Chinatown). It is best enjoy piping hot, right out of the oven and trust us it is pure bliss with every bite….

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September 19, 2014

The Best Off the Beaten Path Pizzerias in New York City

There are hundreds of pizzerias in New York City and often we find that there are some great gems that get lost in the crowd. Ahoy New York wants to highlight some of these great finds so here are the best off the beaten path pizzerias in New York City. Whether you like thin or…

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May 30, 2014

Reader’s Choice: The Best Pizza, Food Trucks & Local Favorites in NYC

This past month at Ahoy New York we were looking for exciting new places to eat for the New Year. Good news, our mission has been accomplished! Thank you to all who helped us with our Reader’s Choice Contest! Here are the reader’s choices for the best pizza, food trucks and local favorites in New…

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January 3, 2014

The Best Five Dollar Lunches in New York City

Only in New York City can one find a sundae for $1000 at Serendipity 3 or lunch for only five dollars. Yes, tasty five dollar lunches do exist but you have to know where to look. So here is Ahoy New York’s list of the best five dollar lunches in New York City. 2 Bros…

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June 28, 2013

Ahoy New York’s Foodie To Do List for the Summer

Today is the official start of summer! With that in mind, here is Ahoy New York’s foodie to do list for the summer. All the restaurants, bakeries, pizzerias etc. below have a ton of buzz about them and we can’t wait to try them all. Try Dominique Ansel Bakery’s Cronut – 189 Spring St Since it was introduced, there have been long lines every day of people waiting to buy Dominique Ansel’s latest creation, the cronut. The cronut is a cross between a croissant and a doughnut. Long lines may actually be an understatement as there have been stories of scalpers, people paying to cut the line and of course bootlegs. But all of these stories just make us want a cronut that much more! Dine at Wylie Dufresne’s new restaurant Alder – 157 2nd Ave Wylie Dufresne is the…

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June 21, 2013

Top 10 Restaurants in Greenwich Village and West Village

Greenwich Village and the West Village are two historic NYC neighborhoods that are rich in diversity and culture. This is definitely reflected in the wide variety of food establishments within this small area of New York City. There is a little something for everyone from classic pizzerias, modern takes on the classic burger joint, popular causal Thai restaurants, Michelin star restaurants, authentic Italian restaurants and more. Cafetasia – 38 E 8th St Cafetasia is a local hotspot, popular with college students. You really can’t beat one of their lunch or dinner specials especially one starring their Pad Thai or Pad See Ew, both are very satisfying and perfect for a quick meal with friends. One if by Land, Two if by Sea – 17 Barrow St One if by Land, Two if by Sea is a historic location, rumored to…

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October 5, 2012

Top Ten NYC Pizza Places from Ahoy New York Food Tours, NYC

There is always one important food topic that comes up while we are giving our yummy food tours—that is PIZZA! Many of you locals and visitors are always in search for that ultimate NYC slice. Here at Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting we’ve done our best to try as many slices of NYC pie…

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May 3, 2011