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Heartland Brewery is pretty good, and there are plenty of them (5 IIRC) in Manhattan alone. Awesome Oatmeal Stout, to which I personally benchmark all others against.BeerPal wrote:Will be there for a week. Who's got the skinny on good beer and pizza in Manhattan?
TampaBrew wrote:Any pizza in the city is good.
I'm not a New Yorker, born and raised in Jersey, which is why I said to look for someplace with a wood-burning stove. If you just want a slice or two of greasy-ass NY pizza then any shack will do. If you want some flavor, and something good, go with wood-burning.BeerPal wrote:Talk to any New Yorker and they'll say that New York pizza is better than any other.
BeerPal wrote:TampaBrew wrote:Any pizza in the city is good.
Well, this is why I ask. Talk to any New Yorker and they'll say that New York pizza is better than any other. But this won't be my first time to the Big Apple and last time I was there, I didn't find anything that even approached my favorite Bay Area pizza place. So now I wanna get some opinions about specific pizza joints, 'cause my experience is that not every NY pizza place is great.
thetooth wrote:I spent 9 months working a contract in midtown Manhattan and I have to say that NY pizza sucks. I know New Yorkers swear it's the best, but that's just because they are used to it.
Mr. Wonderful wrote:When it came to Bay Area pizza , I ALWAYS went to franky , johnny and Luigi ? I think that was it.. MAn , pies to die for . its been 10 years or so since i had one .
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