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Una Pizza Napoletana

  1. restaurant review
    Una Pizza Napoletana Returns With Less Trailblazing, More Polish and ComfortAnthony Mangieri’s latest reboot is a racier, more user-friendly iteration of New York’s original retro-Neapolitan-pizza joint.
  2. the dish
    The New Una Pizza Napoletana Serves a Terrific Take on TiramisuThe usual ladyfingers are swapped for lemon sponge cake soaked in espresso, aged rum, and Cynar.
  3. openings
    Una Pizza Napoletana Returns 9 Years After Saying So Long to New YorkThe pizzeria and its legendary pieman Anthony Mangieri are back, this time with small plates, desserts, and two local hotshot chefs as partners.
  4. spring preview
    Here Are Spring’s 20 Most Anticipated Restaurant OpeningsWhat you’ll be eating next, from the turducken of Taiwanese sausages to rotisserie lobster (and plenty of pedigree pizza).
  5. Rumors
    Anthony Mangieri of Una Pizza Napoletana Rumored for New York ProjectIs Anthony Mangieri working on something new for the East Coast?
  6. Pizza! Pizza!
    Eat Pasta and Dessert (and Pizza) at Una Pizza Napoletana for One Night Only inIt’s part of the lead-up to SF Chefs.
  7. Pizza! Pizza!
    Anthony Mangieri Talks Dedication, Slow Nights, and Why He Won’t Serve aThe renowned, ascetic pizza chef talks to the ‘Chronicle’ about
  8. Pizza! Pizza!
    New Meat Pizza at Una Pizza Napoletana Gets Some Love From SliceIt’s not exactly ‘meat-centric,’ explains Slice, but it’s damn good.
  9. Lists
    The Five Restaurants That Should Be in the Top 100, But Aren’tParallel 37 and Haven, we think, are better than Bauer thinks they are.
  10. Pizza! Pizza!
    Anthony Mangieri Serves His First Meat Pizza in Fifteen YearsIt’s in honor of his newborn baby daughter, Apollonia.
  11. Lists
    Regarding the Best Margherita Pizza in S.F.
  12. The Other Critics
    Jonathan Kauffman Calls Tacko the ‘WASPiest Taco Shop in Town’;Does Reidinger really need to bother at this point?
  13. Pizza! Pizza!
    Slice Crowns Flour + Water, Pizzaiolo, Una Pizza Among Top S.F. PiesAlso, they love Emilia’s in Berkeley, Pizzeria Delfina, Picco in Larkspur, and Pizzaiolo.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Una Pizza Reopens (Now With Baby); Nirvana Shutter Appears Imminent; ReddingtonAlso, Two Sisters Bar and Books is scheduled for a September opening in Hayes Valley.
  15. The Other Critics
    By Way of Apology, Bauer Ups Lafitte a Half Star; Kauffman Anoints the Top FiveKauffman’s pizza picks only include one newcomer.
  16. Mikey Likes It
    Bauer Extras: A Mini-Review of Una Pizza Napoletana, and a Look Back at StarsFinally, Bauer writes something about Una Pizza.
  17. Lists
    Food & Wine Blesses Flour & Water, Pizzaiolo as Best Pizzas, IgnoresA new listicle from F&W.
  18. Lists
    Regarding All These Best Of the Year Lists, Including Kauffman’sWe think Jonathan Kauffman did a pretty good job summing things up.
  19. The Other Critics
    Patti U. Adores Una Pizza Napoletana
  20. The Other Critics
    Kauffman Calls Una Pizza ‘Punk Rock’; Reidinger Thinks He Saw Mark
  21. Temporary Closings
    Una Pizza to Take Two-Week VacationThey’ll be closed from October 20 to November 2, reopening November 3.
  22. Pizza! Pizza!
    Arizmendi Bakery Arriving Very Soon in the Mission…But it’s not actually part of the same worker-owned cooperative as the others.
  23. Pizza! Pizza!
    Yes, at Una Pizza, There Will Be LinesSeveral early non-reviews are quick to point out the lengthy wait, but seem to say it’s worth it.
  24. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Una Pizza Napoletana 2.0, Opening TonightThere are four pizzas right now, with a fifth coming next week. And don’t ask for pepperoni.
  25. Pizza! Pizza!
    Una Pizza Opens Tomorrow, Ragazza On Its Way
  26. Previews
    Step Inside Una Pizza Napoletana, Opening September 15See our slideshow of the new SoMa pizzeria from a renowned NYC pizzaiolo.
  27. Pizza! Pizza!
    Anthony Mangieri Aiming to Open Una Pizza on September 8The master pizzaiolo sets a date, and tells us about his menu, wine list, and coffee offerings.
  28. Pizza Pizza!
    Berkeley Gets On the Neapolitan Pizza BandwagonBerkeley gets its own wood-fired pizza joint next to Sea Salt.
  29. Previews
    Una Pizza Napoletana Hopefully to Open in AugustThe NYC pizzaiolo has hit some permitting snags, but is crossing his fingers for August.
  30. Openings
    Totale Pizza’s Mongrel Lineage: 2 Bros. and Una Pizza NapoletanaUnlocking the mystery of a Neapolitan newcomer on St. Marks Place.
  31. Pizza Pizza
    Mangieri’s SF Location RevealedMangieri’s famed Neapolitan pizza joint will be reopening, on a new coast, at 200 11th Street.
  32. Pizza Pizza
    How Many Neapolitan Joints Will Soon Be Battling for Your Pizza Dollar?The pizza scene in SF is about to get many new players.
  33. Pizza Pizza
    Exclusive: Master Pizzaiolo Anthony Mangieri To Open in San Francisco in MayA New York Neapolitan pizza heavyweight will reopen in San Francisco come May.
  34. Pizza Pizza
    It’s Official: Una Pizza Napoletana to Open in SFAfter some uncertainty over where he would eventually land, Anthony Mangieri is headed for Soma.
  35. Mediavore
    Michael Huynh’s Expansion Plans; Price Gouging at BodegasPlus: Todd English wars with his ex-fiancée, and NYC wants to keep Tavern on the Green, all in our morning news roundup.
  36. Openings
    Motorino to Rise on MondayWhen Mathieu Palombino can further flaunt his new oven.
  37. Closings
    Mangieri Aims to Re-create Una Pizza Napoletana on the West CoastPlus, he may come back to Jersey.
  38. Pizza Pizza
    Anthony Mangieri Looking for Less Stress in CaliforniaThe former owner of Una Pizza Napoletana wants to create a replica of his New York shop on the East Coast, right down to the oven.
  39. Closings
    Anthony Mangieri Closes Una Pizza Napoletana, Hands Keys Over to MotorinoThe pizza pioneer is headed for the West Coast.
  40. Pizza Pizza
    Una Pizzeria Napoletana Owner Likely Heading for SFAs Nate Appleman starts his life in the Big Apple, a New Yorker defects west.
  41. In the Magazine
    Your Definitive Guide to the Neoclassical Neapolitan Pizza RevolutionThe best Neapolitan pies in the city, plus everything you need to know in order to be an instant expert.
  42. Mediavore
    Bars Fined for Cheap Booze; Ruth Madoff Clips Coupons at CPKPlus: New York’s annual herring festival, and Spike Mendelsohn checks out the New York pizza scene, all in our morning news roundup.
  43. Empire Building
    Motorino May Take Una Pizza Napoletana SpaceLooks like one of the city’s top pie joints isn’t long for this world.
  44. Mediavore
    Gwyneth Sends Mario to the Gym; NYC’s Official Big ApplePlus: a Brooklyn distillery, and Eric Ripert on Gordon Ramsay, all in our morning news roundup.
  45. Food TV
    Meet a Pizza MonkWatch a short documentary about a day in the life of an East Village pizzeria.
  46. Crime Scenes
    Pizza Poacher“Hard times: my neighbor was mugged last night — all they wanted was his pizza!”
  47. Foodievents
    Cheesesteaks and Bar Towels at the NYC Food Film FestMore movies and more Motz burgers.
  48. Neighborhood Watch
    Fresh-Killed Turkeys Coming to Union Square; Last Chance for Dumbo PiesAstoria: A new Venezuelan spot called the Arepas Cafe has opened at 33-07 36th Avenue. [Joey in Astoria] Boerum Hill: Canteen, a new deli-café aspiring to unite cappuccino with pastrami, opens today on Fourth Avenue and Bergen Street. [Brownstoner] Chelsea: The name Potluck may conjure “the image of weird recipes like lentils with nutmeg or noodles drenched in canned soup served up in a covered dish” for some, but this new eatery on West 26th Street between Seventh and Eighth is actually an Asian restaurant with Japanese and Thai influences. [Blog Chelsea] Dumbo: Today is the deadline for ordering pies from Jacques Torres’s Almondine and Bubby’s. [Dumbo NYC] East Village: Starting this Sunday, Una Pizza Napoletana will start serving pies at noon on weekends. [Slice] Union Square: DiPaola Turkey Farms will bring extra birds to the Greenmarket Wednesday, but if you don’t want to abandon Thanksgiving’s main course to chance, you may still be able to order a size in advance. [Eat for Victory/VV]
  49. In the Magazine
    Go Around the World Without Leaving New York This week’s issue, appropriately, spans the globe. The foodie’s guide to traveling tells you where to eat in vacation spots from Taipei to the Berkshires, but really, there’s no need for you to even leave town. Adam Platt is turning Japanese (we really think so) with a double review of Soto and BarFry; Gael Greene stops into Pamplona to run with Alex Ureña’s newly mainstreamed cuisine; and Rob and Robin (in a new feature called “Tools of the Trade”) describe in detail the secrets of a new oven brought over from Italy to Una Pizza Napoletana. Meanwhile, grapes and white truffles abound, there are two restaurants on Avenue B, and all is good with the world, or at least our little corner of it in New York.
  50. Neighborhood Watch
    Lady Chefs Reign Over on Flatiron; East Village Pizza Csar on Finding theBoerum Hill: The Brooklyn Inn owner hates bloggers and if you want to know what he’s doing with his legend of a bar you should go ask him yourself. [Lost City] East Village: Una Pizza Napoletana czar Anthony Mangierei on finding the perfect pizza: “The place should smell slightly smoky (that’s from the oven) and like a really good bakery (that’s the dough cooking). But you don’t want to smell grease. I know a lot of people associate that aroma with a slice, but trust me, it’s not the sign of an amazing pizza.” [Slice] Flatiron: Patti Jackson, Anne Burrell, and Gramercy Tavern pastry chef Nancy Olsen will take part in a five-course dinner held at Prince George Ballroom on 27th Street at Fifth Avenue to support culinary education for women. [Restaurant Girl] Midtown West: Chodorow insists that “not only is Kobe Club not closing, but we’re opening more of them, first in Miami.” [Eater] Times Square: Mandler’s Sausage Co. is closed. Union Square location remains open to satisfy all your sausage needs. [Midtown Lunch]