Numero 28 Pizzeria Napoletana

Restaurants , Pizza East Village
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Numero 28 Pizzeria Napoletana
No. 28

This pizzeria minichain sells thin-crust pizza by the inch (not the slice), baked in a wood-burning oven.

Venue name: Numero 28 Pizzeria Napoletana
Address: 176 Second Ave
New York
Cross street: between 11th and 12th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Fri noon–midnight; Sat, Sun 11am–midnight
Transport: Subway: Subway: L to Third Ave; N, Q, R, W, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St–Union Sq
Price: Average pie: $15. Cash only
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Hannah W.

This BYOB restaurant is the place that group dinner dreams are made of. They take reservations for large groups and are extremely accommodating, offering a pre-fixe menu of bruschetta, salad and pizza for around $35/person. But that's not even the best part! The restaurant is BYOB and has no corking fee, making it the perfect place for a group celebration like a birthday dinner or a work get together. 

The bruschetta and the salad are both very good, though pretty standard fare. The real standout is the pizza, which has a perfect wood-fired crust. The top flavor is definitely the white pizza with mushrooms - we ordered it for our vegetarian friends, but even the meat-eaters were scooping it up. With a delicious garlic and truffle flavor, it simply can't be beat. The margarita and the pepperoni pizza were also delicious, but paled in comparison to the mushroom crowd favorite. 

Maria M

Such a fun spot in the East Village! This place is BYOB, which makes it fun and not too expensive. Went with a large group of girls for Galentines Day and we had a pre-fixe menu of salads, bruschettas, pizzas, and a corking fee for wine - all for $35/person. Fun for a big group of friends for birthdays or special occasions. It's also in a perfect location to go out afterwards on a weekend night!