When you want to devour puffy Neapolitan pies without having to push through a crowd of micro-influencers, get to Napizza in the Marina. The eclectic-looking Italian restaurant (by the people behind Roma Antica) is calm, easy to walk into, and serves wood-fired pizzas with stretchy crusts. The pies lean pretty traditional, with the exception of the “Americana,” which is dressed up with french fries and hot dogs, naturally. While the quirky combination sounds tempting, hone in on the red pies with the slightly sweet, light sauce—specifically the margherita, which is a prime example of simplicity done well. We also love their cheesy gnocchi in thick tomato sauce, which is another nice way to fuel up before heading to nearby Silver Cloud to possibly lose your dignity at karaoke.