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Pizza Beach

Restaurants, Pizza Upper East Side
4 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
Pizza Beach
Photograph: Courtesy Nicole Franzen

Time Out says

Decked out with dangling palm ferns and Cuban checkered-tile floors, this sunny pizzeria from brother-owners Tom and Anthony Martignetti (Brinkley's, Southside) features creative pies like purple kale with butternut squash and Thai coconut curry with rock shrimp.



Address: 1426 Third Ave
Cross street: at 81st St
Transport: Subway: 6 to 77th St
Price: Average pizza: $18. AmEx, Disc, MC, V.
Opening hours: Daily 4pm-1am
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4 out of 5 stars

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4 / 5

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Loud and fun! This is great for a big group as there's a lot of different options and pizza's you'll want to try and share.


One of my favorite places to go to help kick the winter blues! The location on the UES and LES are pretty much the same, and are both great (I think they might have slightly different menus)- It's like walking into Summer- White washed brick walls, Grey Malin photographs, surf boards, and lots of plants make this a bright, cheery place. I like to come here with a group so we can order a bunch of pizzas to split- It's nice not to have to choose just one! They also have things that aren't pizza, but don't go to Pizza Beach and skip the pizza. Cocktails are great too!


Buzzy and loud, this neighborhood pizza spot has a nice selection of wine by the glass - we had prosecco and falanghina. The gluten free pizza had a great flavor, but the crust was a bit more like bread than pizza crust. It reheated very well the next day on the stove-top, which gave it more crunch. I'm told the regular pizza was good - not exactly Italian, but not bad.