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Pizza top 10

10. Nick's (Forest Hills)/Adriennes's
9.Pepe's (New Haven)
8.Grimaldi's
7.Totonno's (Coney Island)
6.Lombardi's
5.Sally's (New Haven)
4.Modern (New Haven)
3.Patsy's (Harlem)
2.John's (Bleecker Street)
1.DiFara's (Midwood)

Honorable mentions:Una Pizza Napoletana, Luzzo's, Denino's (Staten Island), Posto, Two Boots, Arturo's, DeMarco's, Joe's, Alba's (Briarwood), Angelo's, Naples 45, Patsy's (chain), Sal & Carmine's, L&B Spumoni Garden, Pizza Truck and The Original Famous Rays (6th ave and 11th).

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  1. I'd add Ronalds on Orchard St. to that list - although my third pie from there was a little saltier than the first two, the flavor rivals Lombardis - definetley worth a try.

    1. to your honorable mention list i'd add louie & ernie's in the pelham bay section of the bronx. not fresh mozz and not a lot of it, fresh, well seasoned sauce sauce, thin crust, nice char, available by the slice, and very pleasant service.

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      1. re: ericalloyd

        I would second Louie & Ernie's......amazing pizza....especially their sausage pie!

        1. re: drfxit

          I'd only give it an honorable mention. not on a top anything list other than for Bronx specifically.

      2. love Sally's, Grimaldi's and Lombardi's. I liked John's on Bleecker too. there are also a few amazing pizza places in brooklyn in the williamsburg area that do square pizza that is off the chain.

        1. At least six of your choices aren't even on the Island.. i do enjoy the Two boots thin crust though.

          1. my list (no particular order)

            Una Pizza Napoletana
            Joe's (best slice)
            Adrienne's
            Di Fara - square pie, half sausage
            Grimaldi's (HOBOKEN location only -- much, much better)
            Lombardi's