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L’asso Pizza a favorite in the Five Boro Pizza Tour

Sunday, June 20th, 2010



We were very happy to get such high accolades from the 5 – Boro PIzza Tour :

“L’asso gained some new fans this year as many were remarking that the pies were only getting better and better as we went along.”



5 boro pizza tour



5 boro pizza tour



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Pizza DOC

Tuesday, August 25th, 2009

Made with tomato, fresh buffalo mozzarella, basil, and olive oil, the Margherita DOC follows the strict legal standards the Italian government now demands of all “Pizza DOC.” Also known as “Pizza Napolitana Verace,” it is the definition of genuine Neapolitan pizza. Despite being thousands of miles away from Italy, L’asso proudly follows the “Pizza DOC” in hopes of finally bringing a more traditional and “legal” version of pizza to New York.

The “Pizza DOC” consists of the following:

1. Tomatoes must be San Marzano

2. Mozzarella must be Buffalo-Milk

3. Oil must be Olive Oil.

4. Use of natural salt, not imitation.

5. The oven must be domed, made of bricks and wood-burning at between 790-900 degrees.
(420-480 degrees C)

6. Dough must be kneaded by hand. Use of
blenders or rolling pins are not permitted.

Dinner Menu

Friday, October 24th, 2008

Pizza Guide

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

Pizza DOC

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

Made with tomato, fresh buffalo mozzarella, basil, and olive oil, the Margherita DOC follows the strict legal standards the Italian government now demands of all “Pizza DOC.” Also known as “Pizza Napolitana Verace,” it is the definition of genuine Neapolitan pizza. Despite being thousands of miles away from Italy, L’asso proudly follows the “Pizza DOC” in hopes of finally bringing a more traditional and “legal” version of pizza to New York.

The “Pizza DOC” consists of the following:

1. Tomatoes must be San Marzano

2. Mozzarella must be Buffalo-Milk

3. Oil must be Olive Oil.

4. Use of natural salt, not imitation.

5. The oven must be domed, made of bricks and wood-burning at between 790-900 degrees.
(420-480 degrees C)

6. Dough must be kneaded by hand. Use of
blenders or rolling pins are not permitted.