Luzzo's NYC - 8 thumbs up!
Stopped for a pie and salad today at Luzzo's on 1st Ave. between 12th and 13th. The bread served as an appetizer was crusty, crunchy and flavorful. The salads were excellent - best cherry tomatoes I have ever had. The pizza was great - crunchy, tasty and impossibly thin crust, and a nice tangy tomato sauce with buffalo mozz. Wife and kids had a plain pie, and I ordered a small with anchovies. The fish was great, and with just one filet per slice, the flavors were nice and balanced.
The coal fired oven was a kick - we actually saw them shovelling coal into it. The service was prompt and unexpectedly (for Manhattan) friendly. The atmosphere was good - a small hole in the wall. Location very close to the L train made getting there very easy. After lunch we hopped the L train, changed to the 6 in Union Square and headed down to the Brooklyn Bridge. Weather was great - rain held off until later in the day.