Totonno's Pizzeria Napolitano
Coney Island’s beloved Totonno’s is another one of New York’s oldest pizzerias. The owner did his time at Lombardi’s before opening his own spot in 1924, and the business has since been through a lot (multiple fires, a five-month shutdown after Sandy). But Totonno’s stands strong today and is still making one of the city’s best margherita pies with a thin, charred crust, a sweet but not too-sweet tomato sauce, and slices of melty, fresh mozzarella. The place is seriously old school with checkered floors and framed photos covering the walls.