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Grimaldi’s

The lengthy lines at owner Frank Ciolli’s award-winning pizza parlor are as talked about as the pies themselves. But if you don’t mind waiting, the coal-oven pizzas are among the best in the city. Lined with framed photos of the Rat Pack, this homage to Sinatra changed its name from Patsy’s in 1996 to avoid confusion with another restaurant in East Harlem. Try a hand-tossed with fresh mozzarella, or add a few toppings, like sweet, roasted red peppers or sun-dried tomatoes. They’ll also fill a calzone with anything on their topping menu, and they have antipasto with roasted peppers, mozzarella, pepperoni and green olives. Grimaldi’s doesn’t accept reservations, and you can’t buy pizza by the slice. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

Where: 1 Front Street
Tel: (718) 858–4300
How much: Large pizza: $14.
Cash only.
Updated Jan. 25, 2012
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