Food & Drink

PizzArte

Published On 07/06/2011 Published On 07/06/2011

A bi-leveler backed by three 'za slingers from Naples, PA's upper-level dining space doubles as a gallery, selling works from up-and-coming homeland artists, but the true art's coming out of the oven (custom-built by the guy who did Keste's), with pies ranging from their speck/zucchini blossom/burrata namesake, to the fried-then-baked mozz & basil Montarna, to the roasted seasonal veggie Toto, light enough you can be sure it Won't Hold You Back.

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1. PizzArte 69 W 55th St, New York, NY 10019 (Midtown West)

PizzArte's upper-level dining space doubles as a gallery, selling works from up-and-coming homeland artists, but the true art is on the first floor, coming out of the oven (custom-built by the guy who did Keste’s). Montanara pizza -- pizza that is deep fried, then baked -- is one of the greatest gifts (or curses?) from the pizza gods, and PizzArte does it very well. On the off chance that you don't want your pizza fried, there are a number of delicious Neapolitan numbers, as well as gluten-free options. But obey the pizza gods and try the fried pizza.

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