Open for lunch Thursday and Friday from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM.
The pizza at Allegra's Neapolitan Pizza is essentially a Neapolitan thin crust pizza. When the Neapolitans settled in New York and opened their pizzerias, their pizza became known as New York style pizza. The first pizzeria in New York was opened by a Neapolitan, Gennaro Lombardi, at 53 Spring Street in 1905. It remains open today, now located at 32 Spring St.
Today, Allegra's Neapolitan Pizza makes its own version of the Italian Classic. On any given night you can find Tony and his wife Christine making pizzas. Their daughter Allegra, now a Junior at SUNY Oswego, in upstate NY, works when she is home on breaks.
You should try one. As Tony says, "If you don't like our pizza-it's free!"