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After rescinding his Italian pizza parlor in favor of Espoleta, a Spanish small-plates venture with former Sueños toque Sue Torres, Forcella pizzaiolo Giulio Adriani returns to his dough-slinging roots by way of a slice speakeasy. Tucked inside the tapas bar behind a wooden door labeled “no vacancy,” the tiny shop has the chef creating za riffs at a test-kitchen–style counter. Pies change daily—the only repeat options are traditional Margherita and Adriani’s signature fried Montanara (house-made mozzarella, grana padano)—but all are pulled from a wood-burning Neapolitan oven and paired with a selection of Italian wines curated by master sommelier Ariel Lacayo (Patria, Babalu).
|Cross street:||between Bond and Great Jones Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave, 6 to Bleecker St|
|Price:||Average pizza: $14. AmEx, Disc, MC, V|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Wed 5–11pm; Thu, Fri 5pm–midnight; Sat noon–midnight; Sun noon–10:30pm|
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