Who Has the Best Pizza in New York? Vote For That and More in Our Best of NYC® Readers' Poll

Categories: Best Of 2013

Jesse Reed
New York is full of wonderful things. That's why you live here, right? Out-of-towners see a very crowded place, but we know that this city is crowded with amazing restaurants, parks, bars, concerts, stores, and theaters. Because it's so jam-packed and because you're no dummy, we're asking for your help.

The 2013 Best of NYC® Readers' Poll is the only way to make your favorite New York establishments get the honor they deserve: You get to crown them as the very best.

For example, when someone asks where to grab some delicious pizza, where do you point them? By going to our readers' poll, you get to pick from the following spots:

Stromboli Pizzeria
Di Fara Pizza
Totonno's Pizzeria Napolitano
Roberta's Pizza
Famous Joe's Pizza

But don't stop there. Vote for the best Thai food, martini, Georgian restaurant...the list goes on and on.

Prove you know the best by voting for the best.

VOTE HERE: 2013 Best of NYC® Readers' Poll

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My Voice Nation Help

No one can agree here.  NY thin crust pizza is hands down the best around.  Generally, NYC pizza is pretty good except for the thicker stuff sneaking in from foreing countries like Chicago.  A family member thinks that Costco combo is the best.  Alas, I used to think that Steve's by the old World Trade Center was the best, 24 hours, with knockout spinach calzones.  Today, the problem is that people also drink beer with pizza so they cannot taste anything. Sipping wine or drinking soda is OK, but say no to beer. The Bronx used to have great pizza up by Forham Road and the Coucourse, but no more.  Brooklyn has picked up a lot.  Manhattan: well, you can walk along 2nd on the ES and Upper Broadway and you will hit: many very good Chinese, pizza and burger joints.  SO, I can't pick one.  That's delightful.  LA has the worst generally.  It looks like, but is not really a distinctive pizza.