7 Great Manhattan Pizzas You Can Order at Home

Presented in partnership with Caviar
June 28, 2017
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by Zagat Staff

NYC is a great town for high-quality pizza, but you don't have to wait in line to get it. Here are seven standout pizza joints you can order on Caviar...from the comfort of your couch.

Marta
Pizza · NoMad · $$
Food 4.4 · Decor 4.1 · Service 4.2

Another “stunner” from Danny Meyer, this “happening” Italian in NoMad’s Redbury Hotel is known for its “perfectly crisp” Roman pizzas adorned with “first-rate” toppings, but the wood-fired entrees are considered “just as good” ; the “high-ceiling, high-energy” space and “hip crowd” add up to a “noisy” , “fun” time.
Eataly NYC Downtown
Cafe · Financial District · $$
Food 4.3 · Decor 3.8 · Service 3.7

A “high temple of la dolce vita” , these marketplace and dining “wonderlands” from the Batali-Bastianich team trade in “Italian bliss” via an “overwhelming” variety of gourmet food stalls, take-out counters and “innovative” sit-down restaurants, including a “delightful” rooftop beer garden at the Flatiron locale; those who can stomach the “crowds” , “chaos” and “tourist prices” consider it foodie “paradiso.”
Artichoke Pizza
Pizza · Gramercy Park · $
Food 4.1 · Decor 3.0 · Service 3.5

“Messy but delicious” , the “monster” namesake slices topped with “gooey” , “creamy” artichoke dip are a “force to be reckoned with” at this “popular” pizzeria mini-chain; it’s “no-frills” and a popular pick when “late-night munchies” hit, so expect “long lines even in the early morning hours.”
Rossopomodoro
Neapolitan · West Village · $$
Food 3.9 · Decor 3.5 · Service 3.7

The same Italy-based chain that operates the Eataly pizzeria is behind this West Village spot slinging Neapolitan pies prepared in a gold-tiled wood oven, plus pastas and other dishes. Dining areas with a natural, subdued palette are complemented by a smartly designed bar.
Motorino
Pizza · West 80s
Food 4.3 · Decor 3.4 · Service 3.8

These “effortlessly cool” parlors turn out “dynamite” Neapolitan-style pies that wed a “perfectly charred” , “wood smoke–kissed” crust to “top-of-the-line ingredients” (e.g. the “awesome” Brussels sprouts–pancetta version); “squeezed” seating and “minimal” service are the trade-offs.
Sauce & Barrel
Italian · Financial District · $$

This contemporary FiDi pizzeria specializes in pies and pastas, complemented by barrel-aged cocktails, wines and beers. The space is industrial and earthy yet clean-lined, with barrels residing prominently behind the bar.
Joe's Pizza
Pizza · West Village · $
Food 4.5 · Decor 2.8 · Service 3.6

“Iconic for a reason” , this local chain delivers “reliably excellent” “old-school” slices “straight from the oven” ; “divey” surroundings and “stand-up” tables mean many take it “on the go” , but when you want “classic NY pizza” , it’s “still one of the best.”