If you know someone who still hasn’t grown out of the I-don’t-eat-the-crust phase of life, then change their mind at T&B in Union Square. The crust at this upscale but not overly expensive spot is so good that it’s somehow the star on pizzas topped with things like crudo, lobster, and rum-soaked pineapple. There are two different kinds of pies here and we prefer the thicker, Roman-style ones to the Neapolitan, but both are very good and you’ll get to enjoy them in a fun place that has an excellent cocktail list.
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