The dough know-it-alls at The Garlic Knot prepare an array of Italian favorites utilizing premium cheeses and Old World sauce. Through the process of stretching, hand-tossing, and stone-deck oven-baking fresh dough, delicious flavors and historically accurate European trivia emerge from the steaming pizza pies. The impressive menu boasts a laundry list of New York–style pizzas named after famous Big Apple locales, such as The Greenwich Village—strewn with meatballs, mushrooms, and garlic ($13.50/medium, $18/large)—and The Stock Exchange, covered in sausage, green peppers, and red onions ($12.50/medium, $16.75/large). Hot hero sub sandwiches such as The "E" Train chicken cutlet parmigiana ($6.50) and The “7” Train meatball parmigiana ($6.50) buzz through underground tunnels en route to tummy terminals. The menu also features savory garlic knots ($2.95) and a suite of kid-friendly meals.