New York Style Pizza: Ray’s Pizza

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  1. Fun stuff! Thin crust pizza is my favorite and the idea of folding one slice sounds like heaven. Good for Ray’s!

  2. We love the local fare when travelling and it is a must to try all the foods you can. The pizza looks amazing and delicious. If we ever make it to the big apple pizza will be on the list

  3. You had me at thin crust. Yummm. It’s interesting that you mention the water making the pizza taste so good. I just heard of this for the first time a couple days ago and it’s definitely something to consider. Oh, and calories definitely do not count on vacation, not with all that walking and exploring to be done! 😉

  4. wanderingwagarschristina says:

    NYC pizza is definitely one of my favorite foods. I had no idea about the water being shipped to other places. I have relative from NYC and they insist they have the best tasting water 🙂

  5. I’m a fan of any thinner crust pizza and this looks to fit the bill. I love how you mentioned local, as the locals know and local is so important when exploring an area. The pizza often says a lot about the area!

  6. Wandering JM says:

    Love the ‘calories on vacation do not count’. It is good to know more about New York style pizza aside from just eating eat. Very informative.

  7. Like the history around New York Style pizza. Had plenty of it last time I was there! Can’t beat a thin crispy crust!

  8. Munchkin Treks says:

    I love to hear that calories on vacation don’t count. I have to eat gluten free, so I’m always looking for places with gluten free crusts. But my kids love all types of pizza! I liked reading about the history of New York style pizza in your post.

  9. arnav2806 says:

    Haven’t been to the states yet, but when I do go, this is definitely on my bucket list.I love Pizzas but there is something different all together to have a New York style pizza in New York.

  10. omniyafareed says:

    wow this looks really peaceful. I would have never thought of going to a place like this but you have definitely encouraged me to pay it a visit. Great pics as well. Was it expensive to visit or was it somewhat affordable? I find touristic places to be a bit expensive 🙂

  11. I loved the fact that you have so many little tidbits of information on your post. Learnt so much about pizza today. Going to subscribe to your blog. 5 cents for a pizza and they couldn’t afford it? Times, they change.

  12. Nadine Smith says:

    Yummy! I love New York Style pizza because they’re big and they really don’t scrimp on the ingredients 🙂 Ray’s sounds like a great place to grab pizza. Here in the Philippines, we have something similar called S&R. Great New York style pizza!

  13. I had no idea New York style pizza was a thing! I’ll definitely make sure to pay more attention on my next visit. I can’t wait to taste it for myself now!

  14. Oh my goodness, I was already hungry but reading this post made me even more so! That pizza looks and sounds so delicious. Also, I totally agree that not all sight seeing is done with your eyes. Experiencing new places is definitely all about the smells and tastes that come along with the sighs!

  15. I always make it a point to eat pizza when in NY and we have some great slices. I agree it definitely should be a rule! I do struggle with the ‘fold’ though as its not normally my style.

  16. I love NYC pizza!! The slices are sooooo big! On our first trip we ordered a pizza to share between the two of us and it was crazy big!

  17. Love your food rules for traveling! Ha, so fun. And I love the little history lesson about pizza–that’s so interesting!

  18. Natalie, I never heard of Ray’s. Your post reminded me that most of my favorite places in NYC do not sell slices.

  19. I like the theory about the water. I didn’t know it was shipped cross country though!

  20. Maria says:

    Thin crust pizza is my favorite kind of pizza and I’ll be glad to conform to the rule and eat a lot of NYC style pizza 😉

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