Thursday, March 26, 2009

Salvatore of Soho, Staten Island (Dongan Hills)

While much of the best traditional thin-crust New York-style pizza is found in the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx, both Queens and Staten Island have their share as well. And one place near the eastern edge of Staten Island called Salvatore of Soho can claim to be one of the better spots, partly because the owner used to make pizzas at one of the best pizza joints in the entire Northeast (Lombardi's in Manhattan).

To keep with tradition, Salvatore of Soho has a custom-made coal-fired oven in the place which is crucial to making a perfect thin-crust pie. Organic, locally grown ingredients are also used in making pizzas here. In addition to pizza, Salvatore of Soho also offers a variety of entrees, including all kinds of sandwiches, chicken parmigiana, lasagna, baked ziti, sausage and peppers, and eggplant rollatini.

If you have been to Salvatore of Soho in the Dongan Hills section of Staten Island, please tell us about it by posting a comment here. Thank you!

Here is the address for Salvatore of Soho:
Salvatore of Soho
1880 Hylan Boulevard
Staten Island, NY, 10305

The phone number is:
(718) 979-7499

And here is the Web site for Salvatore of Soho:

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