If you are looking for New York style pizza in Orlando, there’s only one place you need to know about — NY Pizza & Wings of Orlando. Though we are located in Kissimmee, FL, it’s right next door to Orlando. This means we can deliver pretty much anywhere in Orlando, including offering pizza delivery to Disney Word, and you can be sure that your pizza and/or wings will be piping hot and ready to be devoured!
In recent posts, we’ve talked about special offers we have going on, some random pizza facts, and how we can easily deliver pizza to Disney World hotels and resorts — the latter fact making us an attractive option for Orlando tourists looking for an affordable (yet delicious) way to feed a large party. That being said, it’s a great choice for locals and regulars as well, because we use the freshest ingredients — ingredients and recipes that help us capture the essence of the New York style pizza.
NY Pizza In Orlando
To that point, we are going to be talking about the essence, beauty, and history of NY pizza in today’s post. We figured that we might as well discuss what makes this unique kind of pizza so special if we are going to build an entire Orlando pizza delivery company on it! Plus, we have a passion for offering the best kind of pizza around. Find out more below!
New York style pizza was original born out of Neapolitan style pizza when the first Italian immigrants emigrated to New York City a century ago. The similarities are plain to see; the pizza is large, wide, flat, foldable, and crispy. On the top goes mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce. New York style pizza, however, tends to have slices which are absolutely monstrous compared to anything else out there. Sure, Chicago has their deep dish, but it takes two hands to hold most New York style slices.
To go back in time a little bit, the original New York style pizza came from America’s very first pizzeria, Lombardi’s, in Little Italy, founded in 1905. The wide, foldable slices were sold for just five cents back in the day (to be fair, one 1905 U.S. dollar was worth the equivalent of over $28 U.S. dollars in 2018, so they weren’t giving them away or anything).