Black Seed Pizza Graces the East Village with Sicilian-Style Pies

From the team behind New York City’s beloved Black Seed Bagels comes a new venture that is near and dear to every New Yorker’s heart — pizza. Helmed by chef Bobby Hellen (formerly of GG’s), Black Seed Pizza offers Sicilian-style pan pizzas baked in a wood-fired oven.

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The pizza, which is certainly not the New York-style pizza we’re used to, offering a thick, hearty crust in both regular and gluten-free option. Their current menu feature five different pizzas, including classic cheese and tomato, and their signature pies; White with fresh mozzarella, ricotta, garlic, oregano, grana padano, pecorino, sweet onion and chili crunch; Green with marinated kale, pesto, fresh mozzarella, scamorza, grana padano, pecorino, garlic, artichoke and pickled pepper; and Bob’s with sopressata, mozzarella blend, grana padano, pecorino, tomato sauce, red onion, castelvetrano olive, banana pepper, oregano and homemade chimichurri. Available in both round and square sizes, these pizzas also have optional topping add-ons, and the menu also include an everything-spiced cheesy bread and salads.

If you want to check out this new pizza venture for yourself, you can order for advance pickup at their East Village location or you can order delivery online here, or search on sites like DoorDash, GrubHub and UberEats.

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