Descendant remains our favourite, particularly Electric Avenue and Jaffna.
Libretto and QMP remain excellent, though don’t travel as well for take-out. The exception is the Sicilian-style pizza at Libretto, which is thicker.
All the pizzas we have had at Dova have been great. Same for Ardo - there was one with fresh peaches that was awesome.
One Night Only excels with interesting combos for toppings. The Urban Cowboy had roast beef, fresh horseradish, pickled onions, and mushrooms, with a horseradish cream sauce base.
Nodo had a fun variation on a Hawaiian with proscuitto cotto and grilled pineapple.
Gusto 501’s pizza carbonara is a great riff on the pasta.
Stock TC has a really good mortadella and pistachio pizza.
Last year we had a great pizza at Coppi - potato, walnut, honey, egg, and white truffle.
North of Brooklyn is very good, particularly the Killer Bee and the Puttanesca.
Blondie’s had good toppings, but the pizzas seemed overcooked and they didn’t hold up well to travel back to our house.
We liked Maker when we tried it - had the Napoli Dynamite and the So Mushroom.
Mattachioni’s had good flavours, but also didn’t travel well home.
Giulietta has had some great pizzas: one with lardo, pistachios, and smoked scarmorza; one with sopressata, garlic, and Sicilian oregano; one that was a riff on l’amatriciana.
We have only tried Eataly once, but really liked a pizza with fresh pear, gorgonzola, and proscuitto. Nice chewy crust.
Figo has a great dough base for whatever toppings they happen to be putting on.
La Palma has a very good cacio e pepe pizza.
F’Amelia has had some nice pizzas, including one with nduja and kale pesto.
Superpoint had a great one with nduja and squash.
When we go to Terroni, we tend to get pastas, but the pizzas have all been very good. The C’t Mang is a longstanding favourite - pear, gorgonzola, walnuts, speck.
Based on the pizza dough side we had at Tutti Matti recently, I would definitely want to try their pizza.
Not exactly pizzas, but we love everything at Pizza Pide and the maneesh at Soufi’s.