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900 º Pizzeria in New York Ciy

This pizzeria in Greenwich Village NYC founded by Tony Gemignani has now Closed.

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900 º Making wonderful pizza in New York (Update: Closed)

  • Jun 13, 2011
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Update: 900 º Pizzeria in New York Ciy has recently closed. They made great pizza and now they are in the Pizza Therapy Hall of Fame.

Tony Gemignani
and Bruno Di Fabio opened Tony’s Pizza Napoletana in San Francisco. The reviews were off the charts! Pizza lovers were impressed.  A small pizzeria in Naples, Italy was  the inspiration behind Tony Gemignani's story for Tony's Pizza Napoletana.

Now they bring the same succcessful tastes that inspired the San Francisco location to New York. It's called 900 º

Tony G. and Bruno have hit a home run with this place. The pizzas are handcrafted to Tony' G.'s exact specifications. The crust is perfect. They utilize a great wood fired pizza oven but are also comfortable with other types of pizza cooking.

The Pancetta Porcini is an explosion of wild mushrooms and pancetta as well as truffle oil and scarmoza. I was literally knocked out by this pizza. The taste had my mouth singing. All of the pizza lovers in our crowd were smiling.

Even the kids, who are hard to please ate every bite of their pizza.

There was no surprise that Tony's award winning pizza was on the menu. This was the World Cup Winner in Naples that he discussed in Legends of Pizza Volume 5.

The Margherita is a work of art! The pizza was extraordinary! I need to go back! We are just getting started with all of the tastes on the menu!

Here is video of a recent visit:

900 º

29 7th Ave South

New York, NY

(212) 989 9880

The Margherita: Tomato sauce, basil, mozzarella. 900 º Making wonderful pizza in New York 900 º Making wonderful pizza in New York

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February 03, 2012
Why did they close it? Tony hits a homerun every time with his pizza. Sorry to hear that. Must be politics I'm sure. Damn Republicans.
June 22, 2011
Albert, the way that you describe pizza is magical :)
June 21, 2011
I saw your review featured in the homepage message and wanted to check it out since I remember hearing about the SF spot. I have never been but, I'm going to have to make a special trip to this spot to try out that Pancetta Porcini pizza because I know I'm going to love that one. Thanks for sharing :)
July 04, 2011
Thanks so much... It really was that good! Amazing!
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Albert Grande ()
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I'm a Pizza Promoter and Internet Marketer. I have a number of websites and blogs including   Pizza Therapy, Pasta Therapy, Legends of Pizzaand Albert Grande's Personal blog   … more
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About tony Gemignani:
Since 1991 Tony has been involved in the pizza industry working with his brother Frank at the famous Pyzano's Pizzeria in Castro Valley. Since then Tony has won numerous awards including Best Pizza Margherita at the World Pizza Cup in Naples, Italy in 2007. Tony was the first American and non Neapolitan to win this coveted award in Naples. Now right in the heart of North Beach lies Tony's Pizza Napoletana where Tony hand crafts the award winning pizza Margherita right out of the same oven he won in Naples, the Cirigliano Wood Burning. Tony's Pizza Napoletana is a state of the art full service restaurant that offers several styles of pizzas which include Classic American, Italian, Sicilian and Neapolitan pizzas and displays four different types of pizza ovens.
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