Top 5 Pizza Places in Astoria & Queens

Posted on April 19, 2008. Filed under: Astoria, Cheap Dining, Italian, Pizza! |

#5 Sac’s Astoria 25-41 Broadway Specializes in coal oven–– great for the fresh toppings, crispy crust and coal oven taste. This Italian eatery also offers traditional appetizers and entrees. The ambiance is nice but casual- side walk tables in the summer are a plus!

#4 Trattoria L’incontro Astoria 21-46 31st St at Ditmars Specializes in brick oven–This decadent but slightly tacky restaurant is one of the best Italian splurges in the entire city! They serve traditional Italian entrees, extensive wine list, daily specials galore and brick oven pizza cooked to perfection. It’s more than a restaurant, it’s an experience. Service is extremely friendly and attentive- bring your wallet.

#3 Rose & Joe’s Bakery Astoria 22-40 31st  Specializes in Sicilian slices–Grab a slice of authentic Sicilian pizza at Rose & Joe’s. Fluffy and buttery crust makes you go mmm. The service is friendly, but seating is not available…the pizza is delicious.

#2 Michelangelo’s Pizza Astoria 29-11 23rd Ave. 718-932-2096 & Whitestone  Specializes in Thin Crust Pizza–Fresh toppings are spread onto a thin crust with edges that are browned just enough to give it a crispy crunch. Casual and clean atmosphere, delivery available.

Now for # 1…your choice! Where do you go for pizza?

Adam says his favorite is Famous Pizza in Elmhurst 8307 Broadway 718-271-3000 “The crust is like butta! They specialize in personal pan pizza- which is what I get when working in the ER at Elmhurst Hospital. Delivery could be faster, but it’s worth the wait.”

Dora says her favorite is Alba’s in Astoria 36-20 Ditmars blvd 718-932-5924 “Alba’s is a family-owned establishment with a delicious slice!  The sauce has a sweet tang to it and the crust is perfectly soft with a satisfying crispiness on the bottom.   Alba’s also offers a traditional Italian menu. A bonus is the soda fountain, something you don’t find all that often in NYC”

Diana says her favorite is Marabella Pizzeria 41-07 Greenpoint Ave, Sunnyside (718) 786-4635 … rumor is she’s got a crush on a pizza boy…

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Sac’s has the best pizza ever and Alba’s is terrible

Alba’s? Probably the worst, most uninspired pizzeria out there…generic, saggy slices.

HAHAHAHAHA


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