Astoria, Featured, Food and Drink, Pizza, Restaurants Mar 16, 2014 Top 10 Pizzas in Astoria Top 10 pizzas in Astoria, including classics and newcomers such as Michael Angelo’s, Antika, Tufino’s, Basil Brick Oven Pizza, Milkflower, Rizzo’s, Sac’s and more. Share this Scoop by Judith Rich total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Top 10 pizzas in Astoria, including classics and newcomers such as Michael Angelo’s, Antika, Tufino’s, Basil Brick Oven Pizza, Milkflower, Rizzo’s, Sac’s and more. by Judith Rich Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Related scoops Eat, Drink, Shop, Relax in Astoria and LIC on Mother’s (...) Bradley’s Bites – Flatbread at Via Trenta Meg Hearts Boozy Lemonade Everyone loves a good pizza pie, and with so much goodness right here in Astoria, we thought to put together this top 10 list of best pizzas, including classics and newcomers. What are some of your favorite pizza spots in Astoria? 10. Via Trenta’s Vegetariana Pizza It’s all about the veggies in this cheese-less thin crust pie, boasting earth’s candy such as chunky eggplant, zucchini, baby artichokes and roasted peppers. 36-19 30th Avenue, Astoria. 718.545.2090 9. Antika’s Grandma Pizza Image by Bradley Hawks Antika is quickly becoming known for their old fashioned Grandma style square pizza. Meg is a big fan as she says “it has a nice sauce, tasty cheese, and they make it with the little pepperoni that I like so much. And it’s one of the best pizzas I’ve eaten that reheats absolutely beautifully in a hot skillet.” 36-08 30th Avenue, Astoria. 718.545.0555 8. Tufino’s Il Greco Pizza Image by Bradley Hawks For something a little unexpected, we suggest you try this spin on Greek pizza with a combination of fresh cheese, kalamata olives, oregano and splash of lemon juice. The high quality ingredients, and the beautifully blistered crust really shine here! 36-08 Ditmars Blvd, Astoria. 718.278.4800 7. Rose & Joe’s Sicilian Style Pizza The excellent bakery pizza at Rose and Joe’s. Astoria’s most underrated pizza comes from this old timey Italian bakery, which also serves up delicious breads and pastries. If you go all the way to the back counter, you’ll find yourself admiring their old fashioned Sicilian slices that are baked in a big, seasoned pan and loaded with lots of cheese and homemade tomato sauce – just like nonna makes it! 22-40 31st Street, Astoria. 718.721.9422 6. Sac’s Place Plain or Grandma Pizza With deeply seated roots from Italy’s Abruzzo region, the Sacramone family has been feeding Astorian mouths for several decades. We like to keep it simple with their plain or the grandma slice straight from their coal oven, showcasing simple but quality ingredients such as homemade mozzarella cheese and San Marzano tomatoes. 25-41 Broadway, Astoria. 718.204.5002 5. Vesta’s Hangover Pizza There’s nothing like biting into this super thin crust beauty that includes all of your brunch essentials such as pancetta, sausage, potato, spicy tomato sauce and a fried egg on top. 21-02 30th Avenue, Astoria. 718.545.5550 4. Basil Brick Oven Pizza’s Basil Pizza With no trace of red sauce, this green pizza shows off deliciously fresh ingredients such as homemade mozzarella, thin slices of oven baked rosemary potatoes and pine nuts on top of a bright pesto sauce. You’ll love the thin delicious crust with little flecks of char on the outside. 28-17 Astoria Blvd, Astoria. 718.204.1205 3. Milkflower’s Hawaiian Pizza For Neapolitan pizza lovers, a visit to Milkflower is recommended, especially their non-traditional take on the Hawaiian, with ultra thin slices of pineapple, crisped prosciutto and jalapeno slivers. 34-12 31st Avenue, Astoria. 718.204.1300 2. Rizzo’s Plain Pizza Rizzo’s plain slice is a must in our book with homemade plum tomato sauce and a blend of sharp and mild cheeses on a signature deep dish crust. Manhattanites can also get Rizzo’s on the UES and LES, but we love our location in Astoria, which has been in business for 55 years! 30-13 Steinway Street, Astoria. 718.721.9862 1. Michael Angelo’s Sophia Loren Pizza Full of fresh ingredients such as mozz, garlic, basil and extra virgin olive oil, purists can’t go wrong with this classic pie. We love it because it comes in a thin crust version too! 29-11 23rd Avenue, Astoria. 718.932.2096 Twitter Facebook Email Print Antikabasil brick oven pizzabest pizzaeater nymichael angelo'sMilkflowerpizzarizzosrose and joe'sSac's PlaceTufinovestavia trenta Related scoops Eat, Drink, Shop, Relax in Astoria and LIC on Mother’s (...) Bradley’s Bites – Flatbread at Via Trenta Meg Hearts Boozy Lemonade 9 Comments Jamiel December 23rd, 2016 Rizza’s Pizza (#2 on the list) doesn’t look like whats in the pic. It was pretty plain and underwhelming. #1 on the list was great. Reply Ali September 12th, 2016 These pizzas are not traditional NY pizza. :( These are weird/funky cool pizzas in Astoria. Reply charles merendino March 10th, 2016 i’m going way back in time i could smell and taste the square pizza from some store on ditmars blvd this pizza had or has clones traveling to other stores the time is around 1960 some of the stores which i swear are the same pizza were in the village east side manhattan i moved to phoenx in 1973 and a restaurant titled pizza’d amore served the exact same pizza i have not returned to ny in years could you tell me could you be the store i visited back around 1960 if there is a way i could have this pizza to die for please let me know any suggestions will be well appreciated yours truley chas merendino Reply Astoria Stars & Slams: 3/24/14 | Infield Rules March 21st, 2015 […] Brick Oven Pizza (28-17 Astoria Blvd) has also had an excellent March, scoring a place on We Heart Astoria’s list of “Top 10 Pizzas in Astoria,” a 5-star review from Astorian Ryan K., and the highest possible praise from Joe R. from East […] Reply andrew sherman February 5th, 2015 Perfect! Reply Billy D June 19th, 2014 Hey, you forgot to mention the deep dish pan pizza from Last Stop Pizza & Restaurant. Reply Astoria Stars & Slams: 3/24/14 | Astoria Social Media March 24th, 2014 […] Brick Oven Pizza (28-17 Astoria Blvd) has also had an excellent March, scoring a place on We Heart Astoria’s list of “Top 10 Pizzas in Astoria,” a 5-star review from Astorian Ryan K., and the highest possible praise from Joe R. from East […] Reply judith March 17th, 2014 Absolutely right! Reply cmd March 17th, 2014 basil’s carbonara and milkflower’s brussel sprout pies at least deserve an honorable mention! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.