PIZZA domenica

The best pizzeria in Uptown, New Orleans. Serving thin crust pizza, garlic knots, cured meats, wood fire oven, to-go pizza, and garlic knots. 

Happy Hour every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3pm-5pm, half off pizza! 

GoNOLA Neighborhood Guide to Magazine Street

GO NOLA: Paul Broussard

July 28, 2015

There may be no street in New Orleans that better exemplifies all that the city has to offer than Magazine Street: a gorgeous, diverse street where locals live, shop, work, and play. Encompassing at least six distinct neighborhoods (Downtown/CBD, Warehouse District, Lower Garden District, Garden District, Irish Channel, and Uptown) it’s a six-mile journey filled with nearly every type of shop and restaurant and bar imaginable.

Beginning in Downtown New Orleans off of Canal Street, Magazine Street is home to the National World War II Museum at one end, winding leisurely down to the river with Audubon Park (and the entrance to Audubon Zoo) at its other end. We took roughly the same path, heading from the Warehouse District to Uptown: see what we found along the way.

Few chefs have defined the post-Katrina years in New Orleans as much as chef Alon Shaya, with his hugely popular downtown venture with chef John Besh – Domenica. Shaya’s fresh and modern take on his Israeli roots at his namesake restaurant Shaya (4213 Magazine Street); the wood-fired pizza ovens of Pizza Domenica (4933 Magazine St.) is another great dining spot on a street full of food and drinks. Other favorite spots along the street include Lilette (3637 Magazine St.) and its next door late-night wine and snack spot Bouligny Tavern, plus Coquette (2800 Magazine St.), La Petite Grocery (4238 Magazine St.), newly opened Italian eatery Avo (5908 Magazine St.) and Japanese ramen and American pie (two great foods that go great together) spot Noodle & Pie (741 State Street at Magazine St.)

Few chefs have defined the post-Katrina years in New Orleans as much as chef Alon Shaya, with his hugely popular downtown venture with chef John Besh – Domenica. Shaya’s fresh and modern take on his Israeli roots at his namesake restaurant Shaya (4213 Magazine Street); the wood-fired pizza ovens of Pizza Domenica (4933 Magazine St.) is another great dining spot on a street full of food and drinks. Other favorite spots along the street include Lilette (3637 Magazine St.) and its next door late-night wine and snack spot Bouligny Tavern, plus Coquette (2800 Magazine St.), La Petite Grocery (4238 Magazine St.), newly opened Italian eatery Avo (5908 Magazine St.) and Japanese ramen and American pie (two great foods that go great together) spot Noodle & Pie (741 State Street at Magazine St.)

SUNDAY-THURSDAY: 12 TO 9 PM  |  FRIDAY-SATURDAY: 12  TO 10 PM

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