New York

Lombardi's

Cuisine: Cafe, Italian, Pizza, Vegetarian, Pub Food

Price: $$

32 Spring St Frnt A

New York, NY 10012 | See Map

Neighborhood: Little Italy

(212) 941-7994

www.firstpizza.com

Mon - Thu: 11:30AM - 11PM

Fri - Sat: 11:30AM - Midnight

Sun: 11:30AM - 11PM

At A Glance

  • Founded: 1905
  • Healthy Options
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cash Only
  • Reservations
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Alcohol
  • Bar
  • Beer/Wine
  • Good For Groups
  • Good For Kids
  • Breakfast
  • Catering
  • Delivers
  • Dinner
  • Lunch
  • Takeout
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Lowfat Options
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Outdoor Seating
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Lombardi's

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This NoLita pizza "shrine", which claims to have been America's first pizzeria, still draws throngs with its "real-deal" coal-fired, thin-crust, "never-miss" pies; it doesn't take plastic or reservations, and you may have to "tussle with the tourists to get a table", but it's a true "slice of NY" – even though it "doesn't do slices."

About the Restaurant

Lombardi's is located in the Little Italy neighborhood of Manhattan and serves Italian and Continental cuisine, including Pizza, with Vegetarian options. Lombardi's accepts advance reservations, serves alcohol, and can accommodate large groups. Lombardi's offers delivery and offers takeout.

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