Margarita Pizza at D.O.C.G.

Thin but chewy, the simple Margarita pizza (tomato, basil, mozzerella) at the Cosmo’s casual enoteca is utterly delicious and a lighter alternative to the more substantial New York-style pies in Cosmo’s secret pizzeria, just a stone’s-throw away. The house-made tomato sugo is both sweet and savory, the cheese light, and the size shareable. Or hogable. $14, in the Cosmopolitan, 698-7920.

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Half the fun of having pizza at the Cosmopolitan’s super-secret no-name pizza parlor is finding it. Much ado has been made about this nondescript joint hidden down an unmarked hallway (Hint: it’s lined with album covers), but the truth is that the pizza is actually delicious. Hot, gooey and greasy (in a good way) slices and entire pies are served on stacks of paper plates, just like they do it in New York. It’s perfect for a quick lunch or a late-night drunken pit stop—it does stay open until 5 a.m. on weekends. $3 per slice, in the Cosmopolitan, 698-7000.

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