Is that a pizza or a chicken parm?

by PizzaSnobo on July 31, 2013

Looks just like a margherita pie, right? But that’s not a pizza. It’s a chicken parmesan from the new restaurant, Quality Italian on 57th & 6th. [more]

Pizza infographic 2012

by PizzaSnobo on December 28, 2012

Celebrate the end of 2012 with pizza by the numbers. Remember when pizza was 50 cents a slice? Now it’s up to $2.99 on average. [more]

Palisades Pizzeria & Clam Bar – Washington, DC

by PizzaSnobo on January 27, 2012

Palisades has done a good job of capturing the feel of a NY or NJ pizzeria. For a moment this part of town even made us feel like we were on the south shore of Long Island. [more]

Pizza Mercato – New York, NY

by PizzaSnobo on January 19, 2012

Located in NYU territory, a quieter part of town than you might imagine, Pizza Mercato has been serving slices with a little cornmeal for over a decade. (They also have a location on East 34th Street near Lexington.) [more]

Where are all the Ray’s going? First it was the original on Prince Street. Now the cheesy slabs from Ray’s on 6th Avenue and 11th Street are also a thing of the past. [more]

District of Pi – Washington, DC

by PizzaSnobo on December 1, 2011

Not long ago, when PizzaSnobo reviewed Pi Pizzeria in Adams Morgan, we mentioned there was another Pi coming to Penn Quarter by way of St. Louis. Now District of Pi is open, giving DC a place to go for deep-dish. [more]

Pizzeria da Marco – Bethesda, MD

by PizzaSnobo on November 23, 2011

Pizzeria da Marco has made living the suburban life in Bethesda a little bit better. It’s nothing fancy, but the restaurant does Neapolitan pizza right. [more]

Di Fara Pizza has been shut down by the Department of Health – again. They make light of it at the restaurant, but it’s still nasty. [more]

Angelo’s Pizza – Multiple locations, NYC

by PizzaSnobo on November 18, 2011

Angelo’s is one of the overlooked pizzerias in New York, but you should go there now! The restaurant opened in 1998, but considering their pedigree (Patsy’s and Nick’s of Forest Hills), Angelo’s is serving old-guard style pizza. [more]