This is the main Grimaldi’s alternative. It’s only a few doors down from that more-famous pizzeria, and it gets pretty busy as well. That’s because Patsy Grimaldi opened it (after he sold Grimaldi’s). The pizza here is also in the chewy, charred Neapolitan style, and they use a coal-burning oven the same as their neighbor.
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Legendary thin crust pizza that you should make the trip to Coney Island for.
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Una Pizza Napoletana
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Speedy Romeo LES
A smaller, very casual Lower East Side outpost of Brooklyn’s Speedy Romeo. They may be known for pizza, but that’s not the best thing here.
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