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Berkshire pancetta with Brussel sprouts and mozzarella
Liz ClaymanBerkshire pancetta with Brussel sprouts and mozzarella

Time Out says

Manhattan’s gas stations may be rapidly dwindling, but it’s hard to be too upset when one of those former fill-up spots is now doling out a different kind of fuel: award-winning Neapolitan pies by chef Giulio Adriani. Set in a former Mobil station, the 70-seat eatery preserves many of its original mid-20th-century trimmings, from high ceilings and glass bay doors to vintage service posters, which are joined by festive additions like Ping-Pong tables and arcade games. The seasoned pizzaiolo is no stranger to slinging pies in oddball locales—his pizza speakeasy, SRO, is located behind a faux video-game facade inside burger joint PYT. Fans of that downtown spot will recognize wood-fired signatures like Adriani’s lauded flash-fried Montanara pizza and an Urbani round topped with truffles and artichoke. Servers decked out in custom mechanics’ overalls also deliver composed plates, including tuna tartare spritzed with blood orange zest, charcoal-grilled branzino with asparagus and an eight-ounce burger built with a Pat LaFrieda beef patty, imported fontina and caramelized onions


500 E 62nd St
New York
Cross street:
at York Ave
Subway: N, Q, R to Lexington Ave–59th St
Average main course: $18
Opening hours:
Mon-Wed, Sun 5pm-midnight; Thu-Sat 5pm-2am
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