At the back of the long, narrow Keste Pizza & Vino restaurant is a beautiful, tiled, wood-fired oven that cooks what might be Manhattan's most authentic Neapolitan pies at 1,000 degrees. Blistered and chewy around the edges, the Margherita pie gives way to a softer center pooled with San Marzano tomato sauce and housemade mozzarella. There are numerous pizza options, including white pies and ones with gluten-free crusts. This is a definite contender for best pizza
in New York. The dining room is casual and the location means it's almost always busy.