Top 10 New York Area Pizza Places

My “Top Ten Pizza Places in NY” By Strange Music artist Jehry Robinson. Stream his new album 20/Twenty here:


My top pick got to go to Christopher Iorio’s “BrockEnzo Pizza”. It’s a mobile food truck with a real-life authentic brick oven built inside! Not only is the idea absolutely genius, but it has got to be hands down the BEST pizza in New York. Chris named it after his 4 beautiful children, “BrockEnzo” is actually a combination of all their names put together. Talk about a real authentic NY family pizzeria! And the best part is, he can come to you at any time.


Located on Crossbay Boulevard in Queens, NY you might catch this spot in the background of some classic gangsta films, this is always a spot I must hit up. Not only is New Park famous among people in Howard Beach but the whole metro area. Having some family ties to the area I’ve been going there since I was a kid, and what I like most about it is there’s no frills just a slice and a soda.


If you know anything about Long Island you know that Little Vincent’s better known as ‘Little Vinny’s”, is the late-night spot to go after a night out. They are open till 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday night. To add to an already amazing piece of pizza you can get a mountain of cold mozzarella cheese on top upon request famously known as “The Cold Slice”. This place has always been a favorite of mine and I truly look forward to visiting family and heading to Little Vinny’s for a great atmosphere and authentic vibe.

4) DANI’S House of Pizza

Dani’s is very unique. I have always admired the location and love coming here for a never disappointing pie. Trust me, there are too many Pizza places in NY to even list and this one most definitely stands out amongst the crowd. Every time I am in the area, I’ll go out of my way to stop by and grab a fresh slice.


Words cannot express how great this place is. I love having the option to sit outside on a nice summer night. Two words, “pasta night” this got me through some hard times coming up as a starving artist. Every Wednesday for $8 I would have enough food to bring home for the next day. It was always consistently amazing. Whether eggplant parmesan, ravioli, penne alla vodka, I definitely recommend this when stopping by Long Island, NY


Gino’s Pizza of Ronkonkoma is also one of the best pizza places that Long Island has to offer. Located in the heart of Ronkonkoma you can almost always expect a packed house as well as extremely fast & efficient service from the always friendly staff. Whether I am grabbing a slice of pizza or a catering order they do not disappoint. It’s got a very trendy vibe as well which I always enjoy.


The Best Sicilian pizza on Long Island hands down. My parents met here for the first time ever so I guess you can say if it wasn’t for Colosseo Pizza, I wouldn’t be here. I grew up going to this place and have yet to find pizza that even comes close to Colosseo. I like walking past the counter and heading to the back-dining room which makes you feel like you are in Italy.


The pizza place that never sleeps. Being from NY, pizza is like second nature to me. This place is 24 hours and has an amazing bagel section as well. Located in the East Village this place never stops. I enjoy sitting at the outside tables while the essence of the city fills the air. It’s Manhattan so there’s nothing that doesn’t shock me. You can stay entertained for hours just sitting right on this corner. The pizza slices are huge, and the garlic knots are in a class of their own.


Conveniently located, Sonoma Grill is right off exit 63 on the LIE. It’s a great place to stop for an amazing dining experience. This place is personal to me because my manager, Tara was a bartended here for years. I would love to visit her and order myself a pizza while the staff would play my music on the jukebox. There are so many options when it comes to the menu it’s hard to choose which one to try. I can always count on great food every time I visit here.


You can count on Queens to have a lot of great pizza places to offer but Gino’s of Kissena stands out. I have eaten here only a handful of times but it’s always nice to count on a delicious food. I like a place to be inviting and that’s exactly how I feel here. Their sauce stands out amongst the rest and their pasta dishes are too much for one person. If your ever in the area you should stop by.

My “Top Ten Pizza Places in NY” By Strange Music artist Jehry Robinson. Stream his new album 20/Twenty here: