Popular classic New York slice shop Joe’s Pizza is heading to the Financial District.
The long-standing pizzeria will soon open a store at 124 Fulton St., between Nassau and Dutch Streets, marking its fifth location in NYC, as first reported by the Tribeca Citizen. Sal Vitale, who helps manage Joe’s for Pino “Joe” Pozzuoli, his grandfather and pizzeria founder, says the restaurant is expanding to FiDi because it receives so many corporate orders from businesses in the area.
“We had a lot of people asking us to come down to FiDi,” Vitale tells Eater.
The iconic red logo is pasted on white signs outside the new shop, which is expected to open next Tuesday or Wednesday, Vitale says.
Joe’s — of which there are many knockoffs — opened its original location at 7 Carmine St. in the West Village in 1975, and only began expanding in 2013. Joe’s has since added an outpost on East 14th Street, in Williamsburg, and in Times Square.
- In the News: Joe’s Pizza Is Opening in FiDi [Tribeca Citizen]