Sometimes it seems like there's nothing new to say about pizza—for all the distinctions that can be drawn, that tired cliché about pizza and sex is true: Even when it's bad, it's still pretty good. But clearly there's something about the elemental appeal of bread, tomato, and sauce that makes chefs want to conquer it, to make the simple perfect. And so two new pizza joints have opened: The West Village's Olio Pizza e Più serves the damp, pillow-crusted Neapolitan style that has become so popular recently; Park Slope's Campo de' Fiore in is dedicated to square,... More >>>