New slice joint Dado's Pizza opens in Harlem—with a next-door beer shop and bar coming soon

Updated: Jul 22


New slice joint Dado's Pizza is open—and planning a beer shop and bar next door
Dado's Pizza, Harlem's newest pizza joint, just opened at 341 St. Nicholas Avenue.

A new pizza joint just opened in Harlem—and it's planning a beer shop and bar next door.


Dado's Pizza debuted last month at 341 St. Nicholas Avenue near W 127th St, serving classic thin-crust slices and pies.


Its beer addition, which will connect internally, will open in the next six to eight months, according to a Dado's source.


In the meantime, there's lots of pizza to try.


New Harlem slice joint Dado's Pizza is open
Dado's dough is fermented over two to three days.

Dado's pies are made with dough fermented over two to three days to develop flavor (the owner, who lives in the neighborhood, has a background in fine dining, having worked front of house at Per Se).


The toppings also lean toward the traditional: There's pepperoni, bianca (white), broccoli rabe & sausage, vodka, and, of course, plain cheese ($3).


Want to try a classic slice for free? Simply drop off a bag of clothing, which the shop will donate to Housing Works, between noon-6pm on Saturday, July 31.


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