Una Pizza Napoletana

Manhattan, New York City

Closed as of Feb 1 10

349 E. 12th St.
New York, New York 10003


3.3 / 1 vote

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vegetarian pizzeria

Una Pizza Napoletana is a small, vegetarian pizzeria in the East Village that serves 100% handmade Neapolitan pizza that is wood-fired in a brick oven. They open at 5pm but don't have a set closing time. They bake until all the dough is gone.

They serve 4 kinds of pizzas, all 12" and all $21:

-Marinara: tomatoes, garlic, fresh basil
-Margherita: tomatoes, mozzarella, fresh basil
-Bianca: tomatoes, mozzarella, garlic, basil
-Filetti: Cherry tomatoes, mozzarella, garlic, fresh basil

The menu is small and the pizzas are very simple. No slices, no appetizers, no substitutions, no desserts.

The restaurant is cozy and candle lit, and they even serve tap water in a wine bottle. Although they don't serve any appetizers, desserts, or fancy drinks, they do have a decent wine list.

Added by Cass Danger on Aug 9 07 (last updated Jan 20 11)

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In a word, pretentious. The pizza is pretty good but is unbelievably overpriced. The menu is thoroughly off-putting, emphasizing that they only take cash, don't serve slices, and that they don't do substitutions (they only have like 5 ingredients!). I asked the waiter about garlic bread and he looked at me like I had just asked for a side of crack or something; as though garlic bread is unheard of in a pizza place.

After the waiter dropped off the pizza, he never came and checked on us again, even though there was only one other table in the restaurant. This place is NOT worth it. Go to Viva Pizzeria on 2nd and 12th.

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East Village


Between 1st and 2nd Ave. L train to 1st Ave.


$$$ - expensive

Cash Only


  • Pizza


  • Quiet


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5pm - 10pm

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