Pizza



Trying to find the best Pizza in Long Island? 10Best has you covered. Our editors and locals search the city and suburbs for the top places. Then, we showcase popular restaurants like Umberto's of New Hyde Park, and we highlight eateries with great user reviews, like Umberto's of Wantagh. We also help you find areas where Pizza are prominent - the New Hyde Park area, for example - so that you not only get terrific dining recommendations, but you also have choices to boot. After all, if you're going to eat, you may as well do it right and take advantage of Long Island's best.


John's Restaurant & Pizzeria


Since 1972, this neighborhood pizza joint has been seeing to cravings for hand-tossed pies, heaping plates of pasta, and fresh fish and seafood. In addition to scrumptious Sicilian pizza (a perennial fave!), John's prepares specialty pies topped...  Read More


Eddie's Pizza


One of LI's kings of the thin crust, laid-back Eddie's has acquired a long list of fans over the years, many of whom clamor in each week to get their fix of famed Matzoh Pizza or Bar Pie (a hybrid, of sorts, of New York and Chicago styles)....  Read More


Umberto's of Wantagh


Operated by the legendary Umberto's over in Hyde Park, this "newer" location carries on the original's tradition of serving Sicilian-style pies to the hungry folks of Long Island. Using Old Country recipes and fresh ingredients, brothers Umberto...  Read More




Its snug confines always bustling, Cinelli's is hands-down one of the area's more popular Southern Italian joints. Indeed, on weekends, it's not uncommon to see the line for tables extending out the door and hungry families eagerly waiting their...  Read More


World Pie


This pizzeria has become one of the area's top gathering spots since opening in 1999. Each pizza sports a colorfully appropriate name, from the roast pork, bacon, and pineapple-topped "Magnum" to the "Fresh Clam," dressed with ricotta, parmesan,...  Read More




This friendly New Hyde Park restaurant's forte is Sicilian cuisine, and their Old Country pizzas are nothing short of outstanding. In fact, you'll be tempted to order a pie to go before you finish the last bite of the one in front of you! A Long...  Read More


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Grimaldi's


If the name sounds familiar, that's because this is the younger sibling of Grimaldi's under the Brooklyn Bridge. They use only the freshest of ingredients, including mozzarella made right on the premises, to make their killer coal-oven baked...  Read More


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