6 spots in Harlem where you can eat pizza outdoors (and pretend you're in Italy)


The Manhattanville pizza at Bar 314.

Your trip to Italy may still just be a fantasy, but that doesn't mean you can't fake it.


Most of Harlem's top pizza spots now offer al fresco dining, so be sure to grab a table, order your favorite pie—and don't forget the vino.


Harlem Pizza Co. 135 W 116th St between Lenox and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd

Thick-crusted pies matched with fresh toppings.




Sottocasa Harlem

227 Malcolm X Blvd between W 121st and W 122nd Sts

Neopolitan pizza—think supersoft, chewy crusts—in endless varieties.




Bar 314

1260 Amsterdam Ave and W 122nd St

Bubbling pizzas—and deeply satisfying pastas—from Babbalucci's sister restaurant (see below).




Babbalucci

331 Lenox between W 126th and W 127th Sts

Fresh-as-can-be wood-fired pies served on the sidewalk in the heart of Harlem.




Fumo

1600 Amsterdam Ave and W 139th St

Straight-from-the-oven pizzas both traditional and creative—the "Vodka" includes creamy pink sauce, fresh mozz, and scallions.




Bono

3658 Broadway and W 151st St

Crackling brick-oven pizzas with Italian roots—the menu is inspired by the owners' Italian grandmothers.



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