Delizia Ristorante and Pizza – New York, NY

by PizzaSnobo on October 11, 2011

Once upon a time, there were a pair of pizzerias on the Upper East Side called Anna Maria. Anna Maria had one of the best chicken parmesan heroes in the city – thanks to generous portions and excellent sauce. [more]

Artichoke has been called the best pizza in New York City – which by some measuring sticks means the best pizza in the world. PizzaSnobo loves it too… [more]

PizzaSnobo interview on Pizza Therapy

by PizzaSnobo on October 6, 2011

Pizza Therapy, one of the most popular pizza sites around, just interviewed the founder of PizzaSnobo. [more]

Gotham Pizza – Multiple Locations, NYC

by PizzaSnobo on October 4, 2011

Batman’s favorite pizza. Gotham is a mini-chain with three locations in Manhattan, including one in Chelsea and two on the Upper East Side. If only every deli in the city with a pizza oven could produce slices of this caliber. [more]

Número 28 – Multiple Locations, NYC

by PizzaSnobo on September 29, 2011

If you’re going to start a mini chain of restaurants, wouldn’t it be great if they were all in downtown Manhattan? That’s what Número 28 has done and PizzaSnobo can really get behind it. [more]

Little Italy – multiple locations, NYC

by PizzaSnobo on September 27, 2011

The San Gennaro Feast may be over for this year, but Little Italy lives on! There are several Little Italy pizzerias around NYC, some related and some are not. This review focuses on the mini-chain, which opened an outpost on University Place and 13th Street, where California Pizza Oven used to be. [more]

Francesco’s Restaurant – Brooklyn, NY

by PizzaSnobo on September 23, 2011

When Lucali is closed and you must have some pizza, Francesca’s is probably the nearest choice. A comfortable local pizzeria Henry Street in Brooklyn, the slices here are a little better than average for Brooklyn. [more]

Pete’s Pizza Joint – Philadelphia, PA

by PizzaSnobo on September 22, 2011

Pete’s Pizza Joint is in Old City, near Second Street. The day we went to this small restaurant it was the start of Hurricane Irene. The guy behind the counter – Pete? – didn’t seem to mind. [more]

Slice – Philadelphia, PA

by PizzaSnobo on September 15, 2011

Slice has two locations in Philadelphia, one in the Italian Market and another in the Rittenhouse neighborhood on Sansom Street near 18th Street. We went to the Rittenhouse spot. It’s a small restaurant that uses actual dishes rather than paper plates. [more]