Pizza in Bensonhurst

Up to 60% Off Pizza Meal for Two at Nice Pizza

Brooklyn

$45 $18

Pizzas inspired by the south of France include a 16-inch pie with grilled marinated chicken and a cheese pizza with a choice of toppings

Half Off at Lola's Tapas Bar & Mediterranean Trattoria

Boerum Hill

$25 $12.50

Tapas and mediterranean dishes

Fornino – Up to 50% Off Pizza and Wine

Multiple Locations

$52 $25.99

Choice of 30 authentically Italian gourmet pizzas, served with a bottle of house wine

53% Off italian Dinner for Two at Campo de Fiori

Park Slope

$90 $42

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Grass-fed Angus beef meatballs, rigatoni with bacon and pecorino cheese, and vegan pizzas made with local meats and produce

Up to 33% Off Slice Of Brooklyn Pizzeria

Greenwood

$12 $8

Large pies lounge beneath toppings such as eggplant, meatballs & spinach at corner pizzeria

Up to 57% Off Pizza and Drinks at Bella Napoli

New York

$56.85 $25

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Wine and import beers compliment thin-crust pies with toppings like prosciutto and spinach at Times Square pizzeria

$10 for Italian Cuisine at Saverio's Stone Fire Bistro

Middle Village

$25 $10

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A 6 ft. hearth oven produces pizzas topped with filet mignon and truffle oil that are served alongside pastas and salads

Half Off Pizza at Goodfella's Bayonne

Bayonne

$30 $15

Italian restaurant specializing in brick-oven pizza made with signature semolina dough, fresh mozzarella, and homemade sauces

50% Off Take-Out Pizza and Garlic Knots

East Village

$35 $17.50

Chefs craft pizza with freshly-milled flour, san marzano tomatoes, and grana padano and fontina cheeses

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Scot Cosentino and the Goodfella's team share their love of pizza and pasta with guests at their family-friendly Italian bistro. Pizzas made in the old-world tradition—i.e., cooked in a real wood-fired brick oven as the chefs quote Dickens—include Cosentino’s original vodka pizza and other handmade pies. For these gourmet pizzas, Goodfella's has taken home big prize money from the International Pizza Expo, winning its Pizza Challenge on more than one occasion. The chefs also prepare heaping helpings of Italian pastas and entrees, such as prime-cut angus steak and linguini with baby clams.

1718 Hylan Blvd
Staten Island,
NY
US

Salvatore of SOHO's handmade neapolitan crust are covered in authentic toppings and fired in its custom-built coal-fired brick pizza oven, creating perfectly crisp crusts for pie aficionados. Mozzarella crafted each day, san marzano tomatoes, and organic farm-grown spices and herbs smother the limelight on the chewy, smoky crusts, with a classic menu singing backup.

1880 Hylan Blvd
Staten Island,
NY
US

Maurina Branchinelli wakes up early to prep ingredients in La Villa Pizzeria's kitchen. The mother of the restaurant's current owner is known to make sure her pomodoro sauce has the right amount of olive oil and even hop behind the line to help sauté during the dinner rushes. This love of food runs throughout the Branchinelli family, from Maurina's husband, Benito, to her brother, Gino, who opened the family's first restaurant in 1955. The Zagat-rated restaurant has thrived since opening in Queens in 1982, enough to expand to two locations in Brooklyn.

Inside their kitchens, chefs stoke wood-burning ovens to bake more than 19 varieties of pizzas, including Neapolitan- and Sicilian-style pies dressed with whole-milk mozzarella and a specialty San Marzano tomato-and-basil sauce. Each location has a spacious dining room where patrons can split appetizers of homemade meatballs, dig into plates of sautéed Nature veal marsala, and down a rich shot of espresso before a long night of wondering whether they paid the phone bill.

261 5th Avenue
Brooklyn,
NY
US

Maurina Branchinelli wakes up early to prep ingredients in La Villa Pizzeria's kitchen. The mother of the restaurant's current owner is known to make sure her pomodoro sauce has the right amount of olive oil and even hop behind the line to help sauté during the dinner rushes. This love of food runs throughout the Branchinelli family, from Maurina's husband, Benito, to Benito's uncle Gino, who opened the family's first restaurant in 1955. The Zagat-rated restaurant has thrived since opening in 1982, enough to expand to three locations across Brooklyn.

Inside their kitchens, chefs stoke wood-burning ovens to bake more than 19 pizza varieties, including Neapolitan- and Sicilian-style pies dressed with whole-milk mozzarella and a specialty san marzano tomato-and-basil sauce. Each location has a spacious dining room where patrons can split appetizers of housemade meatballs, dig into plates of sautéed Nature veal marsala, and down a rich shot of espresso before a long night of wondering whether they paid the phone bill.

6610 Avenue U
Brooklyn,
NY
US

When two people are in love, they never want to be apart. The same holds true when an astronaut loves a pizza—just ask space explorer Garrett Reisman, who allegedly once traveled deep into the starry sky with a slice of Peter Pizza by his side. While it's hard to prove the validity of this tale, it's at the very least easy to assume that the borough's favorite astronaut—who's explicit about his love for Peter Pizza—fueled up on triangles when he returned to Brooklyn for NASA's Hometown Heroes 2008 campaign.

With signature pies such as the Sophia Loren, whose fresh mozzarella, garlic, and tomatoes blanket a sesame seed crust, plus a large selection of savory pasta dishes, wraps, and hero sandwiches, Peter Pizza both satisfies and inspires cravings for classic Italian flavors. In addition to dine-in and carryout, the shop offers local delivery free of charge.

2358 80th St
Brooklyn,
NY
US

New York native and Italian descendant Marcello Bucca teams up with his wife and cousin to create Sliceria Pizzeria’s host of pies, sandwiches, and Italian dishes from recipes rooted in the culinary traditions of Palermo and Sicily. Featured on Serious Eats and Best View in Brooklyn, the Buccas curate a menu of a dozen hand-tossed pizzas decorated with more than 17 toppings, which range from the familiar pepperoni and sausage to Old-World classics such as anchovies, ricotta, and peppers arranged to resemble Galileo’s astronomical calculations. The pizzeria also turns traditionally savory pies sweet by anointing dessert pizzas with Nutella and powdered sugar.

6016 5th Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US