Adrienne’s Pizzabar

Restaurants , Italian Financial District
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Old Fashioned Pie at Adrienne's Pizza
It feels like you’re ducking out of the city for a while when eating at this bright, modern pizzeria on quaint Stone Street. The kitchen prepares nicely charred specimens featuring delectable toppings like the rich quattro formaggi. You can eat your pie at a standing-room-only bar, but we recommend stopping by for dinner, when you can savor your meal—small plates or entrées like baked sea scallops and ravioli al formaggio—in the sleek, wood-accented dining room.
Venue name: Adrienne’s Pizzabar
Contact:
Address: 54 Stone St
New York
10004
Cross street: between Coenties Alley and Mill St
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 11am–midnight; Sun 11am–10pm
Transport: Subway: R to Whitehall St; 2, 3 to Wall St
Price: Large pie: $19.05. AmEx, Disc DC, MC, V
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Christa Sully
tastemaker

I'm not usually in the Financial District, but I happened to be there yesterday, for St. Patrick's Day nonetheless. After leaving The Dead Rabbit, my friends and I were hungry and we decided to brave Stone Street to see what was going on (mainly full of drunk bros wearing green), but we came across Adrienne's and tried a slice. 


Let me just say, the square with pepperoni was on point. And I would dare to say better than Prince Street Pizza's version. Who knew a place like this could exist down there? I didn't, but you can bet that I'll be frequenting this place when I make the trip for the inevitable summer happy hours. 


I'm looking forward to trying some of their other pies too.

mafeloreto
tastemaker

Oh Stone Street! Let's be real - you are great for happy hour, but your food SUCKS. Except for Adrienne's, that is. I've been coming to this place for years since I went to school and lived in Fidi for 4 years, then moved on to work here. Through the years, this place stays constant: Chill vibe, really good cheap house wine, and BOMB square pies. Their pizza is legit some of the best in NYC, such an underrated place! Trying to come here for lunch during the week is madness - but stop by on a weekend or at night and order a square pie (I like mine plain, with some garlic).


If you're not feeling like eating a whole pie, order the portobello salad with grilled chicken. No joke, one of the best salads of all time!