New York City holds a notoriously strong reputation for good pizza, specifically for the thin, crunchy crust and brick oven-style baking. Trek across the historic and picturesque Brookyln Bridge and venture into the trendy borough of Brooklyn. Sought after by New Yorkers and tourists alike, major publications such as the New York Times recognise Di Fara’s as, hands down, the best pizza in New York. Domenico DeMarco opened his restaurant in 1959 after emigrating from the Province of Caserta, Italy. He continues to run Di Fara’s today and amazes with his timeless, traditional cooking.
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