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Lombardi's

212-941-7994  •  $$
ADDRESS: 32 Spring St, (bet Mott and Mulberry Sts), New York, NY 10012
CUISINE: Late-Night Dining, Pizza
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly, Cash Only
DESCRIPTION
Presiding over New York's illustrious pizza pedigree, Lombardi's has more than just its famed clam pizza to recommend it. Pies come with a slice of history as well as sweet Italian sausage, imported anchovies and house-made meatballs. Undisputed godfather of NY-style pizza Gennaro Lombardi founded this Nolita mainstay in 1905, just a few doors down from the current digs, making it the first licensed pizzeria in Manhattan. Loyalists would duel anyone denying the heavenly powers of the smoky, slightly charred crust, sumptuous beefsteak tomatoes and freshly sliced mozzarella.
"This is the place that invented American pizza, and the pies are still damn good."
- The Village Voice

"Nowhere outside of New Haven will you find a better white clam pie."
- New York magazine

"The old-fashioned coal-oven pizza is terrific, with a light, thin, crisp and gloriously smoky crust topped with fine mozzarella and tomatoes."
- The New York Times

Zagat 2014: 24 food rating (very good to excellent)
Time Out New York: Critics' Pick
The Village Voice: Critics' Pick
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Cash only. Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Fri-Sat.

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DESCRIPTION
Presiding over New York's illustrious pizza pedigree, Lombardi's has more than just its famed clam pizza to recommend it. Pies come with a slice of history as well as sweet Italian sausage, imported anchovies and house-made meatballs. Undisputed godfather of NY-style pizza Gennaro Lombardi founded this Nolita mainstay in 1905, just a few doors down from the current digs, making it the first licensed pizzeria in Manhattan. Loyalists would duel anyone denying the heavenly powers of the smoky, slightly charred crust, sumptuous beefsteak tomatoes and freshly sliced mozzarella.
 
"This is the place that invented American pizza, and the pies are still damn good."
- The Village Voice

"Nowhere outside of New Haven will you find a better white clam pie."
- New York magazine

"The old-fashioned coal-oven pizza is terrific, with a light, thin, crisp and gloriously smoky crust topped with fine mozzarella and tomatoes."
- The New York Times

Zagat 2014: 24 food rating (very good to excellent)
Time Out New York: Critics' Pick
The Village Voice: Critics' Pick
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Cash only. Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Fri-Sat.



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