Pizza: This homey, coal fired pizza spot may seem remote, way out in Coney Island, but pie-master Anthony "Totonno" Pero had a plan when he opened in 1924. The train lines were just being built, providing a kind of access and mobility not previously enjoyed by New Yorkers. Before the trains, he honed his trade at famed pizzeria Lombardi's and sold his string-tied pizzas out of a truck, a perfect resume for the creator of one of the city's best pizza joints. The Neptune Avenue eatery is bright and casual, featuring checked tile floors and framed accolaides lining the walls. TRAIN: N, B, D, F to Coney Island-Stillwell Ave
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