From old-school slices to new-school pies, we trekked throughout Staten Island in search of the area’s best pizzas. Here are our favorites. For more about these Staten Island pizza parlors, check out our list.
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Just about every night at Denino's, you’ll find the expansive restaurant and tavern bustling with kids coming from soccer games, friends meeting to spilt a pie or three, and tourists who made the long journey from Midtown.
Eat at Joe & Pat's counter, where you can watch the well-choreographed team of employees joke with each other while they slap dough (which can take a year to master), spread tangy sauce and cubes of mozzarella, and tend to pies in the rotating over.
If you stay to eat dinner in the bustling Reggiano's, you’ll enjoy fiery hot peppers, mixed with small bits of soppressata, in a dish alongside one of olive oil to go with the bread set out for your table.