260 W. 44th Street New York, NY 10036
Central Park, Broadway, The Village, I could go on and on. They, also, have probably the widest variety of dining pleasures of any city in the world. One simple pleasure I enjoy a traditional stop before seeing a broadway play was dining at John’s Pizza. Just to be awed by the two-story art deco restaurant is enough to make you dine there but, their pizza (and their other Italian specialties) are fantastic.
Their website says it best:
“John’s of Times Square has been voted one of New York’s best pizzas because of its unique characteristics. All pizzas are made to order in one of our four coal-fired brick ovens and like a cast iron pan, our ovens season with age, making no two pizzas the same. The 800 degree coal fired ovens have no thermostats to control heat and are operated by our pizza men who have gone through months of extensive training. We pride ourselves on our fresh ingredients and incomparable recipes, making our pizzas second to none.”