TODAY'S PAPER
77° Good Afternoon
77° Good Afternoon
LifestyleRestaurants

Coal-oven pizza

Pizza is made fresh to order at The

Pizza is made fresh to order at The Pie in Port Jefferson. (Jan. 23, 2010) Photo Credit: Kirsten Luce

Salvatore's Coal-Fired Brick Oven Pizza

One of the first coal-oven pizzerias on Long Island, this favorite keeps it simple and right with beautifully blistered pies oozing fresh mozzarella. 124 Shore Rd., Port Washington; 516-883-8457, salvatorescoalfiredpizza.com


The Pie

A Port Jeff standby satisfies with a commendable tomato and mozzarella pie. Simple and ideal. 216 Main St., Port Jefferson; 631-331-4646, thepieofportjeff.com


The Pie at Salvatore's

Nicely blistered pies at this offspring of a collaboration between Salvatore's and The Pie. 120 E. Main St., Bay Shore; 631-206-1060, salvatorescoalfiredpizza.com/thepie


Grimaldi's Pizza

A Garden City nexus for coal-oven pizza whose crusts stand up to the heartiest of toppings. Try the rich, savory garlic white (ricotta and mozzarella) pizza. 980 Franklin Ave., Garden City; 516-294-6565, grimaldis.com.


Massa's Coal-Fired Brick Oven Pizza

Although original owner Bill Massa is no longer with the place, the coal-fired oven still produces crisp, flavorful pizzas. Stick with the regular crust and forget the whole wheat. 146 W. Jericho Tpke., Huntington Station; 631-935-0200, massaspizzeria.com

Comments

We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.

Latest reviews