The crispy and cheesy Detroit-style pizza from the team behind the beloved Emily debuts in Manhattan. Unlike the classic round pies literring the city, it's hip to be square with a slice of this Detroit import, known for its rectangular shape and crispy thick crust. Expanding from its original location in Williamsburg, this new East Village pizza shop features a homey dining room and basement bar (the bar is not open just yet). Like all the other outposts of this pizza empire, the space is warm and inviting, maintaing the feel of a neighborhorhood haunt that they look to create with each restaurant.
In addition to OG favorites like the Emmy (red pie with mozzerella, banana peppers and ranch) and the Hula Hog (white pie with bacon and pineapple), the new spot has two brand-new pies exclusive to this location. Inspired by the muffaletta that used to be on the menu at Emily Pizza, the Emmyletta embraces the flavors of the New Orleans sandwich with mortadella, pepperoni and olive salad. The Curry Row is an ode to the bounty of Indian restaurants on neighboring 6th Street packs onions, cauliflower and achaar on the crust, served alongside sweet tamarind and mint chutney.