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“Sure the wait staff is of the hipster genus, but who’s to fault them on appearance? When the sweat of the tomatoes and cheese hits you, it is second to none. The crust is tops as well. The owner is a stickler for perfection and L’Asso reaches it as close as any pizzeria can. These pies are in the Ultimate top-tier of pizzas in NYC.” -Jeffrey Tastes
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This is our new add in the ONION. get a copy, cut it out and put it on you’r fridge. These are the Ritter’s. Noah in the middle has been coming to L’asso for a couple of years. He met his wife Clariza, fell in love and ate a lot of slices. Nohli, their little baby, is the product of pure pizza love. She is one of the L’asso Test Babies; eating the pizza while still in the womb and devouring any slice the comes near here ever since. This is another great photo by the one and only world famous Keith Major. EAT THE PIZZA
Rob is stealing blossoms from his mother’s house and putting them on pizza. Check our twitter and we’ll send an update when Rob bring’s them in. They go right away and we only have enough fresh ones for about 2-3 pies a week. Right now we’re making it with fresh mozzarella, Gorgonzola,provolone, fresh shaved parmesean, zucchini, zucchini flowers and olive oil. MAN. My great uncle Pete used to get fresh blossoms from the farmers market, deep fry them and eat em with blue cheese. He was maverick in his field.
We’re 5 years old today! Thank you all our dear L’assonians for being a part of our lives for the last 5 years. We will be having a celebration at the end of the month and will let you know all about it shortly. Until then come in and say hello and wish us happy birthday.
This photo was taken by Keith Majors, famous NYC photographer and L’asso patron. You may have seen him as a guest host and photographer on America’s Next Top Model.
We now have Meatballs up and going:
After 5 years Rob’s mom, through a sacred ceremony including chanting and proclamations of secrecy, passed onto him her recipe for meatballs. They are delicious and should be ingested in the near future. Get’ em on pizza, pasta, by themselves or on a sandwhich.
$8 for a meatball sandwich for lunch. Three meatballs on a Sulliven St. Bakery Panino Roll, L’asso Tomato Sauce and regular mozzarella. Obie likes it with pickels. fyi:we have pickles.
photos by: Joel Barhamand