Oh my god. I really miss the pizza back there. Seriously, this is like pr0n. I think I've been to this place but it's been so long I can't say for sure. There is/was a pizza joint in the Village that I used to really like too. the last time I was in NYC I just happened to stumble across it after not being there for probably 15 years.
We have a couple of places in Phoenix that do a good NY pie but I'm not down there much.
I have been there, Jason. Definitely the best pizza on 28 but they don't compare to Broadway Joes. My kids love the place though, made me drive up there when we were camping in the Sundown Wild Forest last summer. Junior likes pepperoni, which they don't keep as a slicer there. So when he orders it they load up a cheese slice with like 12-15 pepperonies- way more then you would normally get. He loves it.
I think any of the coal-fired places in the city are really, really good (well except maybe that touristy one under the Brooklyn Bridge). It has been years, but John's in Greenwich Village (pretty normal prices) was amazing.
There is a famous place in deeper Brooklyn that I never made it too that puts the sauce on top that die-hards say is the best pizza.
Brownski, your posts are very classy and good, but those pictures scare me if you mean best-tasting pizza. : )
Best-tasting yes; I like the greasy stuff. When I was in college I would have added a decent amount of garlic but we were back there for a basketball game and my whole family had to share a car with me for the ride home so I spared them.