Find 24-hour pizza in NYC
A no-frills slice you can get any time of day or night in Midtown, it’s a crispy, chewy marinara-plus-cheese situation to tide you over for less than a buck. Sure, you can add toppings for a fee, but this isn’t a fancy-pants pie, so sticking to plain cheese is recommended
Imported green onyx decorates the walls of this offbeat open-all-day pizzeria. Choose from swank toppings—such as duck confit, lobster, truffle oil and caviar—for your pie. Or keep it simple and opt for a $4 white slice or a $3 grandma slice, plus a plethora of specialty pies to satiate post-bar late-night cravings.
Named for its sandwiches but beloved for its 'za, Carve’s got your back all night with regular cheese slices, square Sicilian and specialty pies (Hawaiian, veggie) for when you find yourself hungry trudging after-hours Times Square.
Open for 23 and a half hours daily (they take a tiny half-hour break around dawn) , you can rely on Steve’s for a pizza fix well past the witching hour. The large upstairs space is primed for kicking back and spreading out with your slice without feeling rushed along at a kiosk or small counter space.
Twenty-four–hour pizza in the East Village is a necessity for wee-hour revelers and evening scavengers. Have a quintessential New York experience here with plain cheese and one-or-two–topping slices, served up hot and fresh on a paper plate.
Known for its crunchy thin crust and its foldable pizza body, the slices at Little Italy Pizza (actually located in Midtown West) are huge, and hit the spot when your show gets out late or you’re hyped and hungry after hitting the karaoke bar hard.
It can feel like a bit of a pizza desert in these parts, but Fluffy’s shines like a beacon in the night, looking more like a diner than a pizza spot, and offering up plenty of pastries and other eats too. A simple pepperoni slice is $3.25 and goes down easy at the counter.