Fiore’s Pizza, thin crust, with big flavor

BY GABE HERMAN | New Yorkers are famously proud, and often snobbish, when it comes to their pizza. Which makes reviewing any local pizza a touchy subject.

But when it comes to Village pizzerias, while Joe’s is quite good and gets all the glory and tourists, Fiore’s Pizza may actually make the best slice.

Fiore’s is at 165 Bleecker St., between Thompson and Sullivan Sts. The slices have fresh ingredients and a thin crust. The tomato sauce is rich and not overpowered by the cheese, which doesn’t cover the whole slice and allows the sauce’s taste to come through.

New York City firefighters on Mike Fiore Day at Fiore’s Pizzza. (Fiore’s/Facebook)

Fiore’s was opened in 2012 and replaced Pizza Booth at the same location. Its owner, Steve Cunningham, is a retired New York City firefighter. He opened the shop in honor of his fellow firefighter and best friend Mike Fiore, who died on 9/11 and…

Original published: 2019-03-26 00:17:49 Read the full New York City News here

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