New York's best pizza, according to the Garlic Knot's founder

September 20, 2011

Keith Arnold may be a Colorado guy these days, but he still thinks fondly of his favorite pizzerias in New York. Of course, the best pizza comes from Queens, says the Queens native.

“I have one favorite pizzeria in each of the boroughs,” says Arnold, the founder of the Colorado-based Garlic Knot pizzeria chain. “But of course I think Queens has the best pizza.”

Arnold says he’s tasted his way through a few thousand pizzerias throughout the five boroughs, and all of his go-tos are hole in the wall joints.

Arnold’s favorite New York pizzas, by borough:

Queens: Aunt Bella’s, 4619 Marathon Parkway, Little Neck

Manhattan: Joe’s Pizza, 7 Carmine St., Greenwich Village

Brooklyn: Fascati’s Pizza, 80 Henry St., Brooklyn Heights

Bronx: Full Moon Pizzeria, 600 E. 187th St., Bronx

Staten Island: “I can’t help you … just go over the bridge to Brooklyn,” Arnold says.

 



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