Speechless Sunday-1st Pizzeria in USA in Nolita New York

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Lombardi's Pizza is located in the Nolita neighborhood in New York City. I have had the pizza here with friends before and it is pretty good stuff. Expect a line, but the wait should be worth the extra effort.

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Tammie White, Broker
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My son lives in NYC.  We'll have to try that out on our next visit.

Jan 17, 2010 02:39 PM #1
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Eileen Hsu
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Wow - that looks like a great place for pizza, I would love to have some of that pizza maybe sometimes next few weeks. thank you for sharing.

Jan 17, 2010 02:40 PM #2
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Carla Muss-Jacobs, RETIRED
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I love PIZZA . . . I'm surprised it took so long -- until 1905 -- to open a pizza joint.  Now I'm in the mood for a pizza, with yummy stringy melted cheese and good sauce  ;-)

Jan 17, 2010 02:40 PM #3
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Robert May
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Very cool to have a business that has lasted so long and in one location.  Glad that it is recognized as a landmark.  I wonder if it has been in any movies or tv shows in the past?

Robert May

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Jan 17, 2010 02:41 PM #4
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Lisa Hill
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The FIRST one!? That is so cool! and I see you do your "speechless" posts the way I do... with speach! LOL  Although I have way more speech in mine! he he

Glad you shared this. I love these types of posts... which would be why I started the Things to Do/Places to Visit group. We need hyper-locale Localism posts for the general public!  =D

Jan 17, 2010 03:03 PM #5
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J. Philip Faranda
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I am eating ziti as I type this. They say Chicago has the best pizza, and I really don't know, but I have had some outstanding pizza (etc...etc..etc) in NYC. 

Jan 17, 2010 04:48 PM #6
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Richard Iarossi
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Norman,

I would love to visit the first pizza parlor in the US. Now I know where it is...thanks.

Rich

Jan 17, 2010 09:43 PM #7
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Charles McDonald
Charlottesville Real Estate Solutions - Charlottesville, VA
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A great place to stop by if you love pizza!

your friend in Charlottesville Virginia!

Jan 17, 2010 11:35 PM #8
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Laura Cerrano
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Morgan, In all my travels I'm not sure if I've ever eaten there....but I bookmarked it to go visit!  I also had to see what Nolita is (having just learned what Noho was :).  Lots of sub-divisions going on in New York City!

Jan 18, 2010 12:38 AM #9
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Debi Boucher
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NYC has the BEST restaurants! I would love to go back for a visit again soon :)

Debi

Jan 18, 2010 02:28 AM #10
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Morgan Evans
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Debi-NYC does have some great restaurants but there is nothing like your favorite local places from where you are from.

Carole-Lombardi's is good place to go with friends because you have to order a whole pie, no slices.

Phil-I've never had authentic Chicago style pizza before, NYC style turns some people off because its a thinner style of pizza and they don't like to fold it over while eating.

Lisa-I just joined your group about hyper localism posts, these are some of the best posts to share.

Robert-I can't remember any specific tv shows or movies that used Lombardi's but I'm sure if you watched Law and Order long enough they probably have used it.

Tammie-So many pizza places in New York, sometimes the best places are just around the corner without all of the name recognition.

Jan 18, 2010 02:51 AM #11
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Steve Hoffacker
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Morgan,

As long as you have the plaque to prove it, then we'll accept that it's the first. Actually know about it anyway. Good post. :)

Steve

Jan 18, 2010 06:02 AM #12
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John Novak
Keller Williams Realty The Marketplace - Las Vegas, NV
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It's great to see a business like that endure for more than 100 years. I'll bet those walls could tell a lot of amazing stories.

Jan 18, 2010 02:15 PM #13
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Sonny Kwan
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Morgan, how come you didn't take me to Lombardi's pizza when I visited you in New York? maybe when I'm there in June?

Jan 18, 2010 04:51 PM #14
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Morgan Evans
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Steve-You wonder how they prove these types of things, maybe its like the stars on the hollywood walk of fame-whoever purchases the space gets one.

John-You wonder how many pounds of pizza dough or sauce has been used throughout the years.

Sonny-I thought Peter Luger's was enough for you, I don't know if Lombardi's is fancy enough for you, no cloth napkins or fine wine list to choose from.

Jan 19, 2010 01:12 AM #15
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Jane Peters
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There is so much history in New York.  Thanks for sharing this piece, Morgan.

Jan 21, 2010 04:30 AM #17
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Jim Frimmer
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It's too bad that as we get older we have to eat less pizza or suffer the health consequences.

Jan 23, 2010 05:15 AM #18
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