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1/16/2001 10:49 PM
 

Poll Results (880 votes)
 
Gino's Pizzeria  (32.6 %) 287 votes
Joe's Pizza  (5.0 %) 44 votes
Lenny's Pizzeria  (8.0 %) 70 votes
New Park Pizza  (51.3 %) 451 votes
Paisano's Pizza  (3.2 %) 28 votes

 
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1/21/2001 11:45 AM
 
It looks like "Gino's" is trying to de-throne "New Park"
 
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2/23/2001 6:55 PM
 
Best Pizza Ain't On The Boulevard, the best pizza is at LaVilla in Lindenwood.
 
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3/21/2001 7:06 PM
 
You all know that New Park Pizza is the best pizza you've ever eaten. It's one-of-a-kind and nothing comes close... By the way, anyone know their secret recepie??
 
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4/18/2001 2:43 AM
 
who the hell voted for paisan's??? even when it was howard beach pizza, it was the worst! we all know La villa and new park have the most distinct and best pizza. though i have to say, i really like lenny's and gino's, too. hey, Joe d's is Great stuff, great sicilian. i'm up in albany right now going to college and I MISS THE PIZZA FROM HOME SO MUCH I COULD CRY!!!
 
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7/28/2001 2:46 AM
 
As far as pizza goes La Villa is number one, Ginos is number two and New Park is number three. I live in Richmond Hill and often travel to Howard Beach just for the pizza. After having pizza at these three pizzerias I no longer go to any Pizzerias on Jamaica Avenue or Liberty Avenue even though they are nearer to my home. Carl
 
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1/31/2002 2:55 PM
 
I can't remember the name but I think it was Nick's Pizzaria near the A Train station. They had the best meatball heros'. Very few of us could eat one without coming out wearing some on our shirts or ties. What I would give for one of those today. I remember going to lunch there fro OLG in the late 50's and early 60's.
 
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3/7/2002 5:49 PM
 
As far as I remember New Park was tops! (that was in '76 when we moved to Fla.)I'm sure they'd ALL beat the garbage they try to pass for pizza in Miami.
 
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4/5/2003 6:54 AM
 
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Originally posted by BillyDJ: It looks like "Gino's" is trying to de-throne "New Park"
THE BEST PIZZA IN HOWARD BEACH IS NEW PARK BUT THEY ALWAYS HAVE DIFFERENT PEOPLE WORKING AND THE OWNERS ARE NEVER THERE SO THEY REALLY ARENT KEEPING AN EYE ON THERE WORKERS THE BEST PIZZA ON CROSSBAY IS ROMEO'S PIZZA THE HAVE THE BEST SPECIALTY SLICES AND THE GRANDMA PIZZA IS OUT OF THIS WORLD.
 
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8/3/2003 8:30 PM
 
New Park? aka Run For Your Life Pizza?
 
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7/28/2004 11:54 AM
 
JOES PIZZA AND RESTAURANT IS THE TRUE BEST PIZZERIA ON THE BOULEVARD. IT'S NOT ABOUT COMPETITION, IT'S ABOUT THE BEST FOOD, SO IT'S NO CONTEST. CHARLIE AND ALEX, CONGRATULATIONS ON THE NEW RESTAURANT. BESIDES THE EXCELLENT FOOD, IT'S THE HOT SPOT OF THE BOULEVARD.
 
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7/28/2004 5:14 PM
 
Newpark Pizza was the best and probably still is the best. I now live in Charlotte NC, and laugh at what they call Pizza..
 
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11/15/2004 1:11 PM
 
quote:
Originally posted by croninb: I can't remember the name but I think it was Nick's Pizzaria near the A Train station. They had the best meatball heros'. Very few of us could eat one without coming out wearing some on our shirts or ties. What I would give for one of those today. I remember going to lunch there fro OLG in the late 50's and early 60's.
 
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11/15/2004 1:38 PM
 
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Originally posted by taxxidrver: who the hell voted for paisan's??? even when it was howard beach pizza, it was the worst! we all know La villa and new park have the most distinct and best pizza. though i have to say, i really like lenny's and gino's, too. hey, Joe d's is Great stuff, great sicilian. i'm up in albany right now going to college and I MISS THE PIZZA FROM HOME SO MUCH I COULD CRY!!!
I'd like to say that I've been out of Howard Beach for 32 years now but I'm sure that New Park was the best for Neopolitan pizza and the best Sicilian pizza ever was enjoyed only at Pizza City. They had a way of making the topping go into the top portion of the dough instead of just laying directly on top of it. Any other Sicilian pizza has the cheese and sauce just laying on top and you can lift the whole topping off with one pull, leaving you with a bare piece of dough in your hand. The edges of Pizza City's Sicilian pizza were very dark, almost burned but not quite, giving it a wonderful taste. Just perfect! A perfect sandwich was the roast beef sub at The Big Bow Wow. It was so delicious! It's a shame that those places are gone. For high quality Italian pastry, the best was Sevaroli's. Does anyone remember that? It was not in HB, but in Cityline. Those days are long gone!
 
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11/22/2004 1:23 AM
 
Sevaroli's WAS THE BEST THEN THEY MOVED TO LI Edited by - guinea23 on November 22 2004 12:25:20 AM
 
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12/11/2004 7:37 PM
 
quote:
Originally posted by Thedonts:
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Originally posted by taxxidrver: who the hell voted for paisan's??? even when it was howard beach pizza, it was the worst! we all know La villa and new park have the most distinct and best pizza. though i have to say, i really like lenny's and gino's, too. hey, Joe d's is Great stuff, great sicilian. i'm up in albany right now going to college and I MISS THE PIZZA FROM HOME SO MUCH I COULD CRY!!!
I'd like to say that I've been out of Howard Beach for 32 years now but I'm sure that New Park was the best for Neopolitan pizza and the best Sicilian pizza ever was enjoyed only at Pizza City. They had a way of making the topping go into the top portion of the dough instead of just laying directly on top of it. Any other Sicilian pizza has the cheese and sauce just laying on top and you can lift the whole topping off with one pull, leaving you with a bare piece of dough in your hand. The edges of Pizza City's Sicilian pizza were very dark, almost burned but not quite, giving it a wonderful taste. Just perfect! A perfect sandwich was the roast beef sub at The Big Bow Wow. It was so delicious! It's a shame that those places are gone. For high quality Italian pastry, the best was Sevaroli's. Does anyone remember that? It was not in HB, but in Cityline. Those days are long gone!
Don't remember Cityline, but definitely agree with you on both pizzas. I remember that when New Park opened, pizza was $.15 a slice and whenever we got a pie to go my father would always complain "8 times $.15 is $1.20 why do they charge $1.25?". When he was being waked at Casey's, I silently answered him "Pop, the sign says $.05 for the box".
 
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12/21/2004 2:33 PM
 
Amen. Rest in Peace. Now where's my New Park?
 
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2/24/2005 6:41 PM
 
The only thing that Gino's has over New Park is that they are open much, much later, so when you're starving for a slice at 1:00 AM, Gino's is the only place to go. Gino's has a GREAT salad, but other than that, their food is mediocre at best. La Villa in Lidenwood is THEE place to eat, but it can be a little pricey.
 
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6/29/2005 8:21 PM
 
I think Joe's Pizzeria is one of the best... Joe's also gave out free Pizza for their customer appreciate day this year...Way to go....
 
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6/30/2005 2:41 AM
 
LaVilla is where it's at I knwo people who come from Long Island for La Villa
 
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