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Staunch Old Timer
#26 2001-09-11 10:32:00

Re: Going to NYC -- Best pizza?

Staunch Old Timer wrote:

The last name I remember it having was "Mills Diner" but I'm pretty sure the people who ran or owned it at that time were not named Mills.

And it's been gone a long time.

Actually it might have been Mill's Restaurant.

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Staunch Sloth
#27 2001-09-11 10:48:00

Re: Going to NYC -- Best pizza?

The Gobots!The Gobots! wrote:

Gonna be in NYC at the end of the month and want to treat myself to the BEST pizza in town -- who's got it?

Yeah, I agree with some earlier posters that Arturo's (W. Houston St.) is good, as well as Ray's (6th Ave. @ 11th St.). Also, there's a couple good places midtown -- Angelo's on W. 57th St. (diagonally across from Carnegie Hall), and almost directly across from Carnegie Hall is Pizza Villagio. There's also a really good pizza place on the N.E. corner of 54th St. & 8th Ave. (can't remember the name, however). Then again, there's Ray Bari on 56th St. @ 3rd Ave. (or maybe it's 56th @ 2nd; I can't remember).

Anyway, hope the above helps a bit.

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Banker/God
#28 2001-09-11 11:09:00

Re: Going to NYC -- Best pizza?

<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR>Also, there's a couple good places midtown -- Angelo's on W. 57th St. (diagonally across from Carnegie Hall), and almost directly across from Carnegie Hall is Pizza Villagio.

Anyway, hope the above helps a bit.

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I can vouch for Villagio. Used to eat there when I worked in midtown. Yum... I had a two slices on my last visit back to NYC. [no good pizza in HK]

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