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L'asso

  1. Closings
    L’asso Abruptly Closes East Village LocationIs this the end of the hemp-based, gluten-free crust?
  2. What to Eat
    Now L’Asso EV Has Pizza BagelsThe hipster-bagel trend is more nuanced than we realized.
  3. Leftovers
    Alewife’s Soup Dumpling Meatballs; Free Salad Tomorrow at FlatironPlus: L’Asso debuts a pizza photo exhibition, Salume’s Times Square kiosk undergoes renovations, and more neighborhood news.
  4. Pie Tidings
    L’Asso Ropes an East Village Location; Morini NOT Planning PizzaThe latest piping-hot pizza news.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    Summer Menu Additions at Peels; Massimiliano Nanni Leaves Saraghina forPlus: a pop-up Popsicle stand, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  6. The Persistence of Pizza
    L’Asso’s 2011 Calendar of Pizza PinupsDon’t call it “pizza porn” — it’s artsy.
  7. Pizza Pizza
    Whither the Chicago Deep-Dish Pizza?Does Chicago-style pizza exist in New York City?
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    L’asso Offering Deep-Dish Pizza; Brooklyn Farmacy Hosts Lobsta Block PartyPlus: Co. and Sixpoint host a food and drink pairing, Yummy Sushi is coming to the Lower East Side, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  9. Chef Shuffle
    L’asso Hires Chef Daniel Riviera to Expand MenuThe pizzeria is moving beyond just pies and pasta.
  10. Lists
    Pizza Tourists Pick Unlikely FavoritesIs Luigi’s the best pizza in Brooklyn? And is the city’s best pie in Staten Island?
  11. Freebies
    Free GrowlersL’asso is offering 64 ounces of free beer with its pizzas.
  12. Trends
    Grub Street Timeline: The Month We Went Mad for MeatballsIn June, meatballs took center stage.
  13. Truckin
    Vinny Vincenz Expands Its Fleet, Revs Up ‘The Pizza Truck’Another truck joins the Vinny Vincenz fleet.
  14. Menu Changes
    L’Asso Unleashes Stumptown, Di Fara Tribute SliceWhat will the pizza bloggers make of this?
  15. Menu Changes
    L’Asso Introduces Clam Pie and, Yes, Stumptown CoffeeA shot across the bow of neighbor Lombardi’s?
  16. Menu Changes
    L’asso Expects to Unveil Clam Pie Next WeekPlus, the pizzeria’s new T-shirts look just a little bit like La Esquina’s.
  17. Pizza Wars
    L’asso vs. Lombardi’sAnother combatant is named in the pizza wars.
  18. Pizza Wars
    So Is L’asso’s New Artichoke Pie Truly the Best in the City?The Nolita pizzeria has challenged Artichoke Basille’s to a duel.
  19. User's Guide
    L’Asso’s Pizza Guide Throws Down: ‘F*** Fake-ItalianWe get an early look at L’asso’s upcoming pizza bible.
  20. NewsFeed
    Lombardi’s Takes a Couple Days Off to Show Some Lovin’ to Its Oven Nolita stalwart Lombardi’s was closed yesterday and is closed again today for what a phone message says is “oven maintenance and repair” — in case you had clam pies on the mind. The rebuilt coal oven dates back to 1905, and if you’ve ever stood next to it while waiting for takeout, you know it’s a beast, so we’ll give them the benefit of the doubt that it takes two days to repair. In the meantime, we recommend you walk over to L’asso where the wood-fired brick oven is in full effect.
  21. NewsFeed
    L’asso Ropes in a Full Liquor LicenseWe didn’t think things could get any better at L’asso, the hipster’s go-to pizza place in Nolita. After all: Nutella pies! Marshmallow pies! But after over three years of tossing them into the wood-fired brick oven, L’asso finally has a liquor license. They’re adjusting from wine and beer slowly (last night our server didn’t know what a Dark and Stormy was, though it was on the menu), but once they come around, we’re confident there will never again be a reason to join the line at Lombardi’s.