Transplanted New Yorkers missing the mothership, this is where to head. It’s a classic, old-school, family-owned Sicilian joint, complete with Formica booths, tossed pizza dough, and Fanta in the fridge. The blunt counter service doesn’t hurt either, though it’s all an act. Those who spent their childhoods frequenting the place probably still remember founder Armando Paola and his propensity for doling out cookies and letting kids behind the counter roll out some dough.
How to book: Stop by for first come, first served seating