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New York Style Pizza, Pasta, Calzone and Stromboli in a Pizzeria in Tampa
by: Chris Lontok





Who says you can only have a taste of New York style pizza, pasta, calzone and stromboli in New York? Now you can have your New York style pizza, pasta, calzone and stromboli in a pizzeria in Tampa. Of course, it is fittingly called New York, New York Pizza. Not all pizza restaurants in Tampa can claim they serve authentic NYC pizza, whether whole or sold by the slice. Tampa residents will be glad to know that these brick oven pizzas can be ordered for delivery up to midnight. New York, New York Pizza restaurants in Tampa are also open from 11 in the morning all week and close at midnight Sundays to Wednesdays, and at four in the morning Thursdays to Saturdays.

New York style pizza is an old dish that was first popularized in New York City as far back as the 1900s. Unlike other pizzas in the United States it has a thin crust hand tossed from high gluten bread flour. Because of the thin crust which is often served in wide wedges, New York style pizza has been popularly eaten folded in half. This is also in line with the New Yorkers' lifestyle which is usually fast paced and always on the go. In fact, New York style pizza has been known as sort of a street food. It is also because of this that New York style pizza has a light sauce and basically comes only with cheese. Toppings are added on according to the customer's preference. The customer is also provided with a choice of condiments such as grated Parmesan cheese, dried red chilli pepper, garlic powder and oregano. New York style pizza can be ordered whole or by the slice.

Calzone literally means a drooping sack in Italian. It can also mean stockings or trousers. The dish called calzone is also Italian in origin but is very similar to a turnover. It is also made of pizza dough with typical pizza toppings used as stuffing instead. These consist of various cheeses such as mozzarella, ricotta, parmesan and provolone, meats such as ham and salami, vegetables such as tomato, and garlic. After the stuffing has been added, the dough is folded over it in a crescent shape and sealed along the open edge. It is salted and then baked in the oven. Upon serving, marinara sauce is offered on the side.

Stromboli is another dish very similar to calzone. It is said to have been named after a popular 1950 film starring Ingrid Bergman. Like calzone, stromboli is a kind of turnover made of pizza dough and stuffed with various types of cheeses, deli meats, sausages and vegetables. Strombolis are not folded over and sealed, though. They are instead rolled. Another difference between calzone and stromboli is the sauce. Calzone is served with the marinara sauce on the side while stromboli contains the sauce within its filling.

Pasta, of course, is a widely known dish well loved by young and old alike. It can come in various types such as spaghetti, fettuccini and ziti. Popular sauces are marinara and white sauce with various combinations of meat, seafood and vegetables.

So if you happen to crave New York style pizza, pasta, calzone and stromboli, you can now have it right here in a pizzeria in Tampa. In fact, there are two New York, New York Pizza restaurants in Tampa, one in Hyde Park and one in Ybor City. Both are open from 11 in the morning all week and close at midnight Sundays to Wednesdays, and at four in the morning Thursdays to Saturdays. You can also order your NYC brick oven pizza for delivery up to midnight.

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New York New York Pizza
533 South Howard Ave, #3
Tampa, FL 33606
Phone: (813) 253-3929
Fax: (813) 254-3929
Email: leonor_77@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.newyorknewyorkpizzeria.com
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