Legendary New York City Pizzeria Opens In Boston
Joe’s Pizza has found a new home in Harvard Square. This infamous New York City pizzeria officially opened in Boston this week.
“Established in 1975 by Joe Pozzuoli, who is originally from Naples, Italy, the birthplace of pizza, Joe’s Pizza is a ‘Greenwich Village institution’ offering the classic New York slice for over 47 years,” Joe’s explains.
In addition to their large and fresh slices, Joe’s is also well known for its interior décor. The original Greenwich Village displays many photos of many A-List celebrities who either frequent Joe’s Pizza or stop in on their visit to the city. Their other locations display similar photos as well.
Joe’s has mastered the game of traditional New York pizza. At any time, you will find hot cheese pies, pepperoni, and Sicilian on display and ready to be served. This is not an establishment trying to reinvent the wheel with a pizza with outrageous toppings. Their Italian influence perfects the traditional basics. With crispy crust, flavorful tomato sauce, and the right proportion of cheese, a Joe’s slice is consistent regardless of which of their eight locations you get it from.
New York City, Brooklyn, Miami, Ann Arbor, And Now Boston
With the success of the original location on Carmine Street in the village, Joe’s has expanded to seven additional restaurants. They have four total in New York City. In addition, there is a Joe’s in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Miami, Florida.
Here Is Where You Can Try Joe’s Pizza In Boston
Located at 3 Brattle Street in Cambridge (Harvard Square) this Joe’s Pizza took over where the Pizza and Milk Bar used to be. Although Joe’s has not officially posted the hours of operation yet, they expectation is that they will be open late-night. It looks like another Harvard Square Pizza landmark in Pinocchio’s may have some competition now that this New York pizzeria has opened in Boston.