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Lombardi's was founded in 1905, making it the first pizzeria in the United States.
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Lombardi's is the oldest of the brick-oven pizzerias in New York. Totonno's, John's Pizzeria, Patsy's, and Grimaldi's all spun off from Lombardi's. It's New York history and it's great pizza.
Very touristic, but great and not child friendly, I tried to be there with my child and they don't have highchairs
Famous Pizza place - Landmark NoLita restaurant serving coal-fired, thin-crust Neapolitan pizza since 1905.
Lombardi's opened in 1905! This place is iconic New York! Pizza style: New York–Neapolitan. Oven type: Coal-fired oven. The skinny: A huge tourist spot, to be sure, but the pizza here is great. Cash only.
Thanks to the Italian population, New York has some amazing pizza places. This one is arguably one of the best pizza place in town. Expect a long wait.
The oldest pizzeria in the United States. Since 1905 Gennaro Lombardi crafted pizza in the United States using his bakers trade that he learned from Naples. Lombardi is credited with developing New York Style pizza and making Lombardi's the first pizzeria in the United States. Still located in the…
“Folks line up at this NoLita mainstay for its grilled corn and other well-priced Cuban-Mexican eats.”
“Fabulous Mexican! Can get a bit crowded during lunch but well worth the wait. Limited seating”
“Great seafood and oysters. Small place with specials on Tuesday's before 6 on oysters. ”
“Italian tasting menu in Soho. Make a reservation NOW or take a chance and pop-in, they may have space. Pricey”