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PizzArte
Italian Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
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69 W 55th St New York, NY 10019
69 West 55th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10019
(212) 247-3936pizzarteny.com
$$Italian Restaurant, Pizza Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
Pizza Restaurant
Bar
Today 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
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PizzArte - Pizzeria Napoletana with a Wood-Fired Oven and Art Gallery
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Wood-fired pies & other Neapolitan dishes served in a bi-level space adorned by modern art for sale.- Google
"Best Pizza in Midtown ! Authentic Neapolitan Pizza...yummy."
"We “licked” the pies as hard as we could but all we tasted was raw tomato sauce."
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Matthew Petersen
a month ago
BEST PIZZA IN NEW YORK. Food Network claims Lombardis has the best pie in NYC. NOT TRUE, we've had it. My wife and I live here in Manhattan and we are so happy we discovered this gem, in Pizzarte, and in our opinion this is the best pizza around! The crust is superior in flavor and texture to any pizza we have ever had. Our go to is the Rustichella pizza, but any pizza is a delicious masterpiece. Can't go wrong. Everytime we go the wait staff is incredibly polite! I genuinely love these guys. 6 outta 5 stars ;)
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Dhis Shoom
a month ago
Excellent food but service was haughty and off-putting. Apart from the rather cold welcome, we enjoyed the meal.
Herman Moselle
5 months ago
Food: The Pizza dough was very good (not excellent). Topping? Sorry, can’t tell you. We “licked” the pie as hard as we could but all we tasted is raw tomato sauce. We paid oodles of money for this “privilege”!!! Service: Do you know how to spell “STINKS”? NEVER AGAIN, NEVER AGAIN, NEVER AGAIN. Rude, insulting, primitive, just plain crummy. Can’t mention the name of “A” waiter, but this bugger is something else. He denied us an available table in the front to prop us on barstools, apparently to satisfy some psychotic perversions he may be suffering from. “Fine” dinning (Did you see the prices?) on a barstool is very pedestrian befitting only those with pedestrian character. If this is who you are then this is your place. I am still beating myself for not having turned around and walked away from these xxxx “people”. Value/Price: $14, $17. $25 for what they call 11” for a piece of bread with hardly detectible topping? Really? I don’t know about your brain but mine can’t be wrapped around this one.
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mou jasim
2 months ago
Very very Delicious pizza . If you like pizza then its a must restarurant .
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Bethany Petersen
2 months ago
I have celiacs disease (meaning I can't have gluten) and that was the BEST gluten free crust I have EVER had. Also, my husband was not excited to go to an art gallery, not to mention a pizza place where people cut up pizza with their fork. Ha ha! He said it was the best pizza he's ever had and that he was glad I dragged him along. (he's not gluten free fyi)
Herman Moeselle
5 months ago
FOOD: The Pizza dough was very good (not excellent). Topping? Sorry, can’t tell you. We “licked” the pies as hard as we could but all we tasted was raw tomato sauce. We paid oodles of money for this “privilege”!!! SERVICE: Do you know how to spell “STINKS”? It was worse than that. NEVER AGAIN, NEVER AGAIN, NEVER AGAIN. Rude, insulting, yehkk, just plain crummy. Can’t mention the name of “A” waiter, but this bugger is something else. He denied us an available table in the front, didn't mention that there was an upstairs only to prop us on bar stools, apparently to satisfy some primitive perversions he may be suffering from. This is supposed to be “Fine” dinning, that is, if you go by the prices (Have you seen the rip-off prices?). Apparently he doesn't have the IQ, and definitely not the class, to know that "Fine Dinning" on a bar stool, albeit Pizza, is very pedestrian. He blurted few very common Italian words/expression and sure that made the Pizza taste real Italian!!! It is that primitive, insulting charade, apparently some people must be suckers for this garbage; otherwise, he wouldn't be "peddling it" VALUE/PRICE: $14, $17. $25 for what they call 11” for a piece of bread with hardly any detectible topping? Really? I don’t know about you, but I can’t wrap my brain around this one. How could the place stay in business, especially with its overheads, if it is not for customers, like you and I, who have the "character" that is perfectly compatible with the place? How insulting. I am still beating myself for not having turned around and walked away from these “people”.
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Justin Levine
7 months ago
Midtown used to be a wasteland for pizza lovers. One of the first to fill this gap was Pizzarte, which opened a few years ago. Boasting authentic neapolitan pizza with an oven, ingredients and a Napoli-bred pizzaiolo to match, it can't 't stand out from others like Keste and Motorino on these qualities alone. The location is what makes it stand out, and while they give a worthy example of this pizza style, there's not much else remarkable about it. A friend and I split a margherita and a Pizzarte (burrata, speck, zucchini) after work. The margherita was the clear winner of the two. It was a little heavy on the cheese and I felt the tomatoes weren't forward enough, but the crust was pretty good and the pie had a synergy to it. Not as soupy as I'd like, but still good. On the other pizza, the zucchini dominated and the burrata was in the background. I don't like how they cut the speck into strips; it made it awkward to eat and integrate into the other ingredient, not to mention looking cheap. This pie could've used something to bring it all together, which I suspect was supposed to be the burrata. It was also undercooked and thus had none of the charring and spring the other crust had. I'd come here again because of location alone. Otherwise, if I want to grab neapolitan pizza in Midtown, why not just go to Don Antonio, where they're always on their game? Maybe I'll give this another shot soon though, as this review comes from a few months back now; however I saw nothing that stood out as remarkable here, and when you're paying $15-20 for a pizza, something should.
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Domenico Buono
a year ago
we have gone to Pizzarte during the last vacation. Amazing experience, so we decided to come back there many times. Always great food and the neapolitan pizza here is authentic and excellent. The staff was prompt and very helpful. what a nice italian corner in ny, don't miss out it!

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