It's worth noting that the gluten-free pizza at Don Antonio is wood-fired gluten-free pizza. That's not unique in all of pizzadom, but I do believe it is unique for NYC.
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Overall it's got a slightly gritty, very chewy texture. It's not tough-chewy, more elastic-chewy. Kind of springy. You'll notice this as you try to pull the slices apart. You know how stubborn dogs can be when they're determined to hold on to their chew toys? Like that.
Viva Herbal Pizzeria 179 Second Avenue, New York NY 10003 (11th/12th streets; map); 212-420-8801 Pizza Style: New York–style via Berkeley and Tel Aviv Oven Type: Gas The Skinny? The regular cheese pizza seems designed to make the vegan offering more palatable, which is not an easy feat Price: Regular slice, $2.50; non–dairy cheese whole wheat crust slice, $3.50 I have never understood the need some vegetarians and vegans have to eat foods that mimic those their diets preclude. If the shelves of my local health food store are any indication, veggie burgers, tofu dogs and nondairy cheese are in...
[Photograph: Adam Kuban] From an email from Kesté Pizza & Vino: Starting [Monday, March 8] we will be serving gluten-free pizza. We will only serve it on Monday and Tuesday evenings. We will start with our Marinara, Mast'Nicola, and Margherita pies for now.We are using gluten-free Caputo flour.We're using a different oven to bake the pizza and a different workstation so as to avoid any kind of contamination with regular flour, as we will be serving both regular and gluten-free pizzas at the same time. Kesté Pizza & Vino 271 Bleecker Street, New York NY 10014 (b/n Jones and...
The buttery crust, sweet chunky tomato sauce, and fresh homemade sausage on a Lou Malnati's pie changed my pizza worldview forever. Since that time, I have tried more pizzas than I can possibly remember, and Lou Malnati's remains my favorite.