Five Long Island Pizzas You Can't Miss

Written by Long Island  |  04. March 2019

From specialty pizzas to your classic cheese pie, pizza on Long Island is a culinary art. There’s no denying that LI pizzerias are delivering some extra special slices. From the noted cold cheese slice from Little Vincents to innovative pies like Juventus chicken & waffles, we hand picked five one-of-a-kind pizzas that will leave you wanting more.


King Umberto, Elmont: Calamari Arrabiata Pizza

This Elmont staple dates back to 1976 and has been killing the pizza game for years. Noted for their signature pies like the Metro Pizza, King Umberto kicks it up a notch with their speciality Calamari Arrabiata pizza. Their fresh made dough is topped with crispy fried calamari rings, hot cherry peppers, tomato sauce & fresh basil. Spice seekers, this one’s for you.


Noble Kitchen & Cocktails, Oceanside: Drunken Parm Pizza

The perfect pie, chicken parmesan lovers will go crazy for this crustless pizza. Noble takes fresh ground chicken, fried up and topped with savory marinara and gooey mozzarella. Be sure to call ahead to pre-order your pie.


Juventus, Deer Park: Chicken & Waffles Pizza

The perfect mix of sweet & savory, the chicken & waffle pizza is decked out with fluffy waffles, fried chicken & drizzled with maple syrup. Juventus is named after the Turin-based Italian soccer (home team of Cristiano Ronaldo) and features a new specialty pie every week. Be sure to also try their calzones, heroes, salads and signature pastas.


Little Vincent’s, Huntington: Cold Cheese Pizza

Little Vincent's undisputed specialty is the cold-cheese slice. The popular after hours spot in Huntington is well known for it’s classic cheese slice hot out of the oven and topped with a handful of cold fresh mozzarella. The cheese melts into the warm dough and forms a satisfying and delicious slice that always hits the spot. Pro tip: Make sure to have some leftover singles, Little Vincent’s is cash only.


Phil’s Pizzeria & Restaurant, Syosset:  Disco Fry Pie

No need to head to Jersey for this diner classic. Phil serves up their disco fry pie all day long. Crunchy thick cut steak fries bathed in homemade gravy and gooey mozzarella on their house made dough. Your favorite late night eats just got elevated.   

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