NoMad is welcoming another fast casual option to the neighborhood. This one offers an unexpected take on the most classic of food options in New York: pizza.
&Pizza (And Pizza) is an ampersand-friendly restaurant chain, with over twenty locations scattered throughout Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. The major shocker to some New Yorkers will likely be the oblong shape of the pies, built to hold the plentiful ingredients you can choose from when you build your own pie.
&Pizza offers a menu of “The Hits” — the chain’s classic pizzas with names like Farmer’s Daughter (a breakfast pizza with spicy tomato, Italian sausage and egg) and Moonstruck (featuring mushroom truffle, garlic ricotta and grilled onion). &Pizza’s menu also includes ample vegetarian options.
What really makes &Pizza stand out, however, is the ability to build your own pie. Customers can choose between three types of dough, six sauces, three cheeses and dozens of toppings to end up with their perfect personal pizza. With pies taking only a few minutes to bake and priced at around $10 each, it’s apparent why &Pizza has been called “The pizza shop of the 21st Century” by The Washington Post and “Best Pizza in DC” by Washington City Paper.
As reported by Gothamist, the founder Michael Lastoria is notably committed to paying his workers above the $12 fast food minimum wage and is an activist for the $15 minimum wage movement.
The new location in NoMad utilizes classic New York City street imagery for its interior, with commissioned works by graffiti artist Bisco Smith and muralist Tony Rubin.
We are thrilled to welcome this standout fast casual brand to NoMad. Be sure to try &Pizza soon!
15 West 28th Street
New York, NY 10001
Sunday – Thursday: 11 a.m.. to 11 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: 11 a.m.. to 12 a.m.