Joe’s Pizza in Greenwich Village is known as the classic purveyor of the New York style pizza: thin crust with a light layer of cheese. It is said that the New York water, sourced from pristine upstate aqueducts, gives the dough its unique taste.
I could have done without the pepperoni, which was too salty. Otherwise, I loved the paper thin crust.
Joe’s Pizza, 7 Carmine Street, New York
Oh my god, that look very enticing! I should get a slice. Or two. Or three!
They’re very thin, so you probably could eat three or more slices.
Junggugeo, You are in the NY? What a small world 🙂 I like Joe’s and I agree about their pepperoni slices a bit salty but I like it. My favorite slices are at Sal & Carmine on the Upper West Side
I visited New York recently, like the majority of the world it would seem, based on the number of tourists. I’ll have to check out Sal & Carmine the next time I visit; I don’t usually go to the Upper West Side.
The moment there isn’t a large number of tourist in NYC, it has to be a natural disaster occurring. Hope you had a lot of fun while visiting and if you do get to try S&C, I suggest the plain or sausage.