New Pizza Place, Peperino, Opens in Lincoln Square

A new Upper West Side pizza place called Peperino recently opened at 21 West End Avenue, between 60th and 61st Streets. Launched by native New Yorkers, Peperino intends to be a “mom and pop” establishment, keeping it simple with fresh ingredients.

Peperino has some interesting and yummy sounding square pizzas:

  • Bacon salsa house special: made with grandma’s amatriciana sauce, ricotta, kasseri cheese
  • Upside down Sicilian – with marinara, mozzarella and pecorino romano
  • Gabagool – square pie with hot Italian sausage, hot capicola ham, pepperoni, vinegar peppers and fresh mozzarella (only available by the pie)
  • Sfincione – square pie with pizza sauce, caramelized onions, seasoned bread crumbs and grated pecorino romano (only available by the pie)
  • Buffalo soldier (not square) – with chicken breast tossed in Frank’s Red Hot, mozzarella, gorgonzola, ricotta and pickled celery.

Will these compare to the delicious square slices from Mama’s TOO?  Only time will tell!

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Peperino also serves small plates including meatballs and fried mozzarella bites.

They offer several salads, a meatball and chicken parm sub, and a “Popeye The Sausage Man” sandwich, made with sweet Italian sausage, sauteed spinach and aged provoline on a ciabatta.

And you’ll find two desserts on their menu: fried pizza dough with powdered sugar and “affogato” – espresso with vanilla ice cream.

They also offer beer, wine and coffee.

Peperino is open Monday-Saturday from 11am to 9pm (they’re closed on Sunday).

Here are some early Yelp reviews and Google reviews.

And here’s their website.

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