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Sally’s Apizza & Frank Pepe: A New Haven Pizza Pilgrimage

Pizza. While many Americans declare pizza to be an unhealthy obsession, I can eat it almost every night of the week. In fact, the one time we visited Napoli, Italy, we did just that, eating one Neapolitan pie per day … Continue reading

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Di Fara: The Pizza Served in Heaven (or at least Midwood)

If you know anything about pizza or New York, then you’ve heard of Di Fara Pizza. Located way out on Avenue J, it’s a trek for those without a car coming from Manhattan. The line is always ridiculous with waits … Continue reading

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Pizzeria Regina: Anchovy Pie with a Live Soundtrack

Growing up just outside of Boston, one of the most memorable summer activities was venturing into the North End with my family for the Italian-American festivals that seem to take place almost every weekend during the hot summer days of … Continue reading

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Afternoon Lunching on a Budget: Motorino

Have you ever imagined getting a free, gourmet lunch everyday in your office? Well, I lived that dream for 16 months at a little search engine company that doesn’t hold back when it comes to feeding their employees. Those days … Continue reading

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The Bronx And Back Again: Louie & Ernie’s Pizza

“Where You From? Manhattan, Right?” Although he waited to ask us as we were paying the bill on the way out, the friendly pizza maker nailed us from the moment we had walked in. It wasn’t that we had a … Continue reading

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Coney Island Trifecta

If you’re wondering what to do for your last days of summer in NYC, look no further than the winning combination of the Coney Island trifecta–riding the Cyclone, eating Totonno’s pizza, and drinking at Ruby’s. The 106thstreeters, along with a … Continue reading

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The View From Knickerbocker Ave

Sometimes the most spectacular scenes happen when you least expect it. After exploring Bushwick on an early Friday evening (including a stop for coal oven pizza), the last thing you expect to see is one of the most beautiful sunsets … Continue reading

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