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BronxFood Revival Is Rewriting The Playbook On Gentrification

[…] Even among revered pizza makers from Naples and across the country at the recent New York Pizza Festival in the Bronx’s Belmont neighborhood, a standout was a pie […] made by Ciro Perrotta at Zero Otto Nove around the corner. “There’s an old-school mentality, even with the new generation, of being proud of what you’re doing. It’s trendiness with soul, not just for the regrams […],” says Celestino. Read more… 

FirstAnnual New York Pizza Festival

The first annual New York Pizza Festival was hosted by the Belmont Business Improvement District in Little Italy, The Bronx. Read more…

Celebritiesspotted out and about - Week of October 12th & 19th

The first annual New York Pizza Festival kicked off on Saturday in the Bronx with a visit from the Mayor of New York City, Bill De Blasio as well as appearances from hosts of New York’s #1 Hit Music Station Z100, David Brody and Skeery JonesRead more… 

PizzaFestival 2018: From Naples to New York

What better way to celebrate Columbus Day Weekend than by focusing on pizza. The first annual New York Pizza Festival hosted by the Belmont Business Improvement District showcases the talents of more than 20 pizza makers from establishments in the U.S. and, of course, Naples, Italy. Read more…

WhimsicalWeekend Guide

New York Pizza Festival (Crescent Ave, Bronx @ 12 PM)
What’s more iconic than NYC and pizza? This festival is free to enter, but if you want the pizza you need some tickets. With a beer and wine section as well as water and coffee, this could easily be a whole day event. Read more… 

First-everNew York Pizza Festival kicks off

THE BRONX – The first-ever New York Pizza Festival is taking place this weekend, bringing pies from all over the world to Bronx’s Little Italy. Pizza lovers from all over the world showed up for the event’s kickoff Saturday. Some style pies range from Chicago, Las Vegas, New York and Napoli. Read more…

Pizzaiolifrom Across the Globe Hit the Bronx for NY Pizza Fest

Your favorite slice of New York City pizza could have some competition from the world’s best this weekend. That’s because more than 20 pizza makers from across the globe — and even the birthplace of what is now the Big Apple’s signature food — are descending on the Bronx for the New York Pizza Festival this weekend. Read more… 

Somepizza pros are coming from Italy to challenge NYC’s slice supremacy

When it comes to pizza, there are really only two great cities: Naples and New York. This weekend, the two pizza capitals are going head-to-head at the first annual New York Pizza Festival in the Bronx’s Little Italy. There, pizzaioli from six Naples restaurants will serve slices alongside 12 New York City pros — and 11 well-intentioned pizza chefs from other parts of the country.  Read more…

Eatall the pizza

New York is finally getting the real pizza festival it deserves.
Bronx’s Little Italy provides the setting, with over 30 pizzerias from around the country (and one direct from Naples) setting up along Crescent Avenue. Oct. 6-7, $25-$35, nycpizzafestival.comRead more… (page 8)

Everythingyou absolutely must do in NYC this weekend

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The Bronx
Saturday-Sunday, October 6-7
Teleport to sunny Napoli, the birthplace of modern pizza, at the New York Pizza Festival. Thirty-plus vendors will line Crescent Avenue in the Little Italy section of the Bronx. Participating restaurants will rep NYC, Chicago, Seattle, Atlanta, and, naturally, Naples. Check out Brandi — Italy’s famous centuries-old pie purveyor, where (questionable) legend says Margherita pizza was invented in honor of the Queen of Italy. Cost: $25 for 3 slice ticket, $35 for 6 slice ticket, beer & wine ticket and VIP passes sold separately. Read more…

10Things To Do This Weekend

New Yorkers sure do have opinions about pizza, and they’ll all be out on display at the New York Pizza Festival, held on Crescent avenue (near Arthur Avenue) in the Bronx’s Little Italy this Saturday and Sunday. Come for booths with over 30 pizzerias from all over the country, plus a special guest from Naples, Italy. Tell them their pizza’s not the best. Tickets are $25 for three slices, $35 for six.
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@FOX5Live on New York Pizza Festival

Fox 5 posted a live video on their Facebook page for the Good Day After Show.
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Moredope fests - New York Pizza Festival

The two-day event features pies from more 30 U.S. and Italian pizzaioli, beer and wine to wash ’em down and live bands. Read more… (page 30)

NYCweekend pics - Eat a slice at the New York Pizza Festival

The New York Pizza Festival stars well-known pizza makers from both the United States and Italy (including master pizzaiolo Carmine D’Amato, pictured) as well as other chefs. Tastings from 20 different pie-crafters will be available, as will wine and beer. Read more… 

HamptonsSteak & Dim Sum Preview Gets FiDi Location: Red Dot NYC

New York Pizza Festival on Crescent Ave in the Bronx (Oct. 6-7) – Features tastings from more than twenty U.S. and Italian pizza makers in addition to beer, wine, and live music. VIP pass $100 for each day.
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NewYork Pizza Festival

New Yorkers tend to be a little opinionated about pizza, even when it comes to the legacy of $1 slices. So expect nothing less than the world’s finest at this epic throwdown on Crescent Avenue, just near the Bronx’s own Little Italy. Read more… 

Whatto Do in New York City in October 2018

The New York Pizza Festival: The triangle created by Crescent Avenue, Arthur Avenue, and East 187th Street is the Bronx’s answer to Little Italy, where you can find some of the freshest mozzarella, the thinnest-cut prosciutto, and the most authentic pasticcerie in town. One more reason to head up there from October 6 and 7: Pop-up pizza tents from some of the best pizzerias from Chicago to Naples and everywhere in between, including including New York’s beloved Di Fara and the famed Neapolitan spot RossopomodoroRead more…

NYC’sFirst Annual Pizza Festival Is Happening Next Weekend In The Bronx

Love pizza? Then you won’t want to miss out on the festival of the season happening this October. Read more… 

NewYork Kids Weekend Events: Oct. 5-7

NYC is full of artists and this weekend you can experience the talents of some of the more musically inclined, and maybe feel the beat yourself. Enjoy the classics at this concert, rock out at this Monster’s Ball, or if your kiddos are younger, take them to this music workshop instead. If all else fails, there’s always the 1st Annual Pizza NY Festival. Scroll to see the rest of our top event picks! www.nycpizzafestival.com and be sure to follow @nypizzafestival for more updates! Read more…

37Things You Need to Add to Your NYC Fall Checklist

[…] New York Pizza Festival comes to the Bronx’s Little Italy on October 6 and 7 with an all-star lineup of pizzerias from NYC, cities across the country (yes, some of them have good pizza) and even Naples, Italy. Read more…

NewYork City Events to Know this Fall

If you didn’t get enough Italian action at Feast of San Genaro, this one’s for you. New York is a city lauded for its pizza, and finally there’s a festival to celebrate it. The first New York Pizza Festival runs October 6–7 on Crescent Avenue in the Bronx, from noon to 6 pm, and showcases not only America’s top dough champs, but those from Naples, Italy as well. Read more… 

@Nyceeeeeats:Want Access To The World’s Best Pizza?

Want access to the world’s best pizza? Attend the first annual New York Pizza Festival on October 6th & 7th in the Bronx! The two-day pizza extravaganza will feature one-of-a-kind pizzas made by the world’s best pizzaioli, including this heavenly pie by @difarapizzanyc! Along with delicious pizza, the festival will also offer beer, wine, and lots of live music! Claim your tickets now by visiting www.nycpizzafestival.com and be sure to follow @nypizzafestival for more updates! Read more…

Singularattraction. Celebrate your fave food at these tests

[…] New York Pizza Festival. Oct. 6-7
Find some 30 pizza makers from NYC, across the United States and as far as Naples, Italy, at this first-ever, outdoor festival -modeled on the annual Napoli Pizza Village in Naples – taking over Crescent Street in Belmont’s Little Italy. Oct 6 from noon-6 p.m., Oct 7 from noon-4 p.m., $25/three slices, $35/six slices, $20/three drinks, $30/five drinks.  Read more… (page 11)

Pizzatakes over the Northeast this October

[…] world-renowned pizza makers and chefs will showcase their talents on the streets in Bronx. The first New York Pizza Festival will commence October 6-7 on Crescent Avenue in Bronx.
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Pizza,Pizza. And Then Some.

The first New York Pizza Festival will be held in the Bronx, in the Little Italy of the borough near Arthur Avenue, on Oct. 6 and 7. Read more…

Meetthe man who brought fried pizza to New York City

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MasterClass: Roberto Caporuscio Makes Neapolitan Pizza

Roberto Caporuscio, chef and owner of New York’s Don Antonio by Starita, shows us how to make Neapolitan pizza, “the only pizza in the world.” Read more…

CoverStory - Custom Delivery

America’s recent pizza craze owes much to the maestros working diligently to offer authentic pies made in the Neapolitan tradition… Read more…

BestPizza Places in the U.S.

Jon Darsky, a former pizzaiolo at San Francisco’s excellent Flour & Water, has repurposed a 20-foot shipping container Read more…

CoverStory - Saveur Ultimate Guide to Pizza

In the birthplace of the world’s favorite food, the best pizza comes down to the basics. Read more…

Thebest New York pizzas

In 1905, Lombardi’s opened as New York’s first pizzeria, bringing the simple dish to Gotham’s Italian restaurants Read more…

Thepeople’s picks for the 25 best pizzas in New York

Shocking news! New Yorkers love to argue about pizza. Who knew? Well, everyone, obviously—that’s why, when we presented our list of the 25 best New York pizzas Read more…

Deep-Fried,Wood-Fired

Come inside for a taste of a Naples village,” entices Italian chef and the owner of Don Antonio by Starita, Roberto Caporuscio Read more…

NYC's7 Best Unconventional Pizzas

Pizza has stopped being simple. The possibilities inherent in a baked (or fried) piece of dough and a few toppings have become limitless Read more…

Topten best dishes and drinks in New York City 2012

Discover the very best dishes and drinks from New York chefs and bartenders at the top of their game Read more…

BestNew York pizza: The top 25 pies in the city

Our five-borough tour of the best New York pizza skips from legendary institutions to new-wave joints. Here are the reigning pies in Gotham Read more…

BestNew York pizza: The top 25 pies in the city

Our five-borough tour of the best New York pizza skips from legendary institutions to new-wave joints. Here are the reigning pies in Gotham Read more…

BestNY Pizza - Don Antonio #3

The neapolitan pizza craze was just the beginning. This year, New York has seen the intriguing debuts of the square-cut St. Louis-style pizza Read more…

Vini& Liquori - A.C.D. Cocktail

Italy has a tradition of capturing the essence of botanicals in the liquor called amaro, Italian for bitter, of which Campari is the most iconic Read more…

TheNew Cheap Eats Classics

Chow down on the best new additions to classic cheap eats categories like pizza, wings, fried chicken and more Read more…

TheBest Thing We Ate Last Night

Zagat’s editorial team curates the best restaurants across the US (plus London & Toronto) and serves them up to you in a fun and accessible way so you can enjoy the best the city has to offer. Read more…

TopTen Slices of 2012

Little Star does the Beastie Boys proud with their off-menu pie, the Brass Monkey. It adds fennel-packed chunks of sausage to their “Little Star” Read more…

NewYork’s 10 Best New Restaurants of 2012

It was a great year for restaurant openings in New York City, and likewise a busy one for Chowhounds engaged in anointing their favorites. Read more…

Must-EatNY Meals of 2012

A beautiful round of pizza dough is fried before being finished in the wood-burning oven with high quality toppings. What more must be said? Read more…

Alesson for restaurants: Tell us what you do best!

I don’t often get to eat like a Very Important Person. If everything’s going the way it’s supposed to during a restaurant review meal Read more…

TheUltimate Times Square Eating and Drinking Guide

Browse our definitive manual of midtown’s best restaurants and bars Read more…

Slice– Video – Don Antonio by Starita

Last week we gave you a quick look at Don Antonio, the Neapolitan pizzeria that’s a partnership between Kesté‘s Roberto Caporuscio Read more…

FromEurope, Lessons on Frying Pizza

THE most surprising thing about the montanara, a fried pizza that in less than a year has found a niche in New York’s crowded pizza ecosystem Read more…

Bestof New York - Don Antonio

Fubby tge way these so-called Neapolitan-pizza purists are the ones touting all the wacky new pizzas these days.  Read more…

LaurenVisits Hot Spot Don Antonio

Lauren Scala heads to her newest obsession, Don Antonio, for some of the most authentic Neapolitan pizza around. Read more…

DonAntonio by Starita to Serve More Types of Pizza Than You Ever Knew Existed

Just when you thought the market for Neapolitan pizza had reached saturation, along comes Keste’s Roberto Caporuscio Read more…

PizzaGuys from Keste & Naples Create Don Antonio by Starita

Roberto Caporuscio, one of the pizza experts at Kesté in Greenwich Village, has joined forces woth Antonio Starita, who owns Pizza Starita Read more…