The Life Of Pie


Long Island’s oldest pizzerias

Eddie’s Pizza in New Hyde Park is the oldest pizzeria on Long Island

For any business, or pizzeria for that matter, to stay open for 40, 60 or even for nearly 80 years, they must be doing something right.

We could say that some hot spots on Long Island have been open even longer if you consider that many owners moved from Brooklyn and Manhattan or even came directly from an established restaurant in Italy. While this list certainly does not include all of the pizzerias that are in the running for longest established on both sides of the county lines, it’s a pretty good idea of some of the favorites among locals.

Notably, Suffolk pie makers are significantly younger, some by as much as 30 years. 

Eddie’s Pizza, established 1941

2048 Hillside Ave., New Hyde Park • • 516-354-9780 

Borrelli’s Italian Restaurant, established 1955

1580 Hempstead Tpke., East Meadow • • 516-794-0190

Joanne’s Gourmet Pizza, established 1964

1067 Northern Blvd., Roslyn • • 516-869-8686

Umberto’s of Garden City, established 1965

361 Nassau Blvd., Garden City • • 516-481-1279

Umberto’s Pizzeria & Restaurant of New Hyde Park, established 1965

 633 Jericho Tpke., New Hyde Park • • 516-437-7698

Domenicos’ Pizzeria Restaurant, established 1967

3270-A Hempstead Tpke., Levittown • • 516-735-5535

Saverio’s Authentic Pizza Napoletana, established 1967

929 N Broadway, Massapequa • • 516-799-0091

Baby Moon Restaurant, established 1970

238 Montauk Hwy, Westhampton Beach • • 631-288-6350

Mama’s Pizza Pasta & Seafood, established 1970

587 Montauk Hwy, Oakdale • • 631-589-9640

C.P. La Manno’s, established 1971

915 Route 25A, Miller Place • • 631-744-0155

Calda, established 1972

2890 Hempstead Tpke., Levittown • • 516-520-1200

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