The Secrets Behind Joe’s Pizza in Greenwich Village


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Who doesn't love a New York slice of pizza? Watch to learn about the rich history of this New York pizzeria and the family that runs it.

At 77, Pino "Joe" Pozzuoli is still a major part of the Joe's Pizza team. The founder of the iconic Greenwich Village pizzeria comes into the restaurant almost every day, and he always samples a slice for quality control. His grandson, Sal Vitale, oversees both the original location and the new East Village outpost.


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