Rizzo's Fine Pizza

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Details
17 Clinton St (Houston St. and Stanton St.)
New York, NY 10002
(646) 454-1262
Pizza
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: Noon–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • This is a great find. Delicious thin crust (square) pizza and a wine list priced at $22 per bottle
  • GARLIC KNOTS!
  • "The garlic knots are really garlicky. And buttery. And doughy. And delicious." - Rich Chu
  • Excellent service. Even better pizza.
  • free slice for first timers!
  • Rizzo's serves pizzas with extremely thin, crispy crusts. The pizzaioli know how to layer the toppings so that you still get that satisfying crunch when you take the first bite.
  • Really good pizza, amazing customer service! They are definitely making a name for themselves on Clinton Street's monopolized pizza market. Complimentary cannoli with every order!
  • Go for the crisp, light Sicilian thin-crust square pizza, but don't even think about walking out of Rizzo's without placing an order for the garlic knots; they're some of the best in the city.
  • They let me get 1/2 pizzas!!!
  • Their sauce is the tits!
  • Nice gluten free crust with an excellent selection of toppings! Definitely made to order. The regular crust looked fantastic as well.
  • Square pies are best here. Get the Diavola with extra hot sauce! Only negative is they got rid of what used to be great happy hour specials. Bring them back please!
  • Good for groups, get a couple pies and pitchers, plus the garlic knots are delish
  • Delicious personal pies! Follow my food adventures on Instagram @EricHoRaw
  • Intimate, family owned pizza spot. Fantastic, friendly service, delicious pizza and some of the best drink specials in all of Manhattan.
  • Diavola was great
  • U gonna have to do better. This is New York! Dig the garlic knots tho
  • Free pint of beer or glass of wine with every slice during happy hour!
  • Do not agree with Thrillist's rating that this is the #1 pizza place in NYC. It's not horrible, but nearby Rubirosa still holds the top spot.
  • Bring 2 quarters so you can get a pizza button from the dispenser

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