|The Best Pizza in New York City: Zero Otto Nove (10/9) |
Thrillist: Roberto Paciullo’s Salerno-style pies are extremely unique -- somewhat similar to Neapolitan, but crispier and less fluffy.
|The Best Pizza in NYC for Every Budget: Individual Margherita at Mario’s Restaurant (7/26) |
First We Feast: Finding a really good whole pizza for less than $10 is no easy task. All the more amazing that one of the best cheap pies is also one of the city’s most underrated.
|36 Hours in Latino New York City: Raices (11/2) |
New York Times: If it is warm enough, have a drink at the sidewalk tables of any of the restaurants that serve Dominican, Spanish and seafood fare with a pulsating beat. Another option awaits on 207th Street at Raíces, where the skirt steak marinated with chimichurri sauce and yucca fries.
|A Rich Pappa From Malaysia Serves Up Delicacies in Queens (11/9) |
New York Times: At PappaRich in Flushing, Queens, the glass of tea looks almost a foot tall. It has strata, like an ice-cream sundae: an inch of black under a band of creamy white and then pale butterscotch-brown to the top.
|A Bronx Takeout Spot Honors the Memory of a Mother (11/2) |
New York Times: The alcapurrias at Margarita’s, in Longwood in the South Bronx, are as dark as caramel stopped just short of burning, and too hot to touch. Let them rest a minute.