I second the emotion on the original Patsy's in Spanish Harlem, which by the way is becoming gentrified, so safe for you to double park. The pizza comes out of a vintage coal fired oven to crisp perfection in 3 - 5 minutes. The storefront is from the old days so don't expect anything except the pizza; there is a sit down restaurant but also vintage. My teenage son can eat an entire pie driving crosstown from Patsy's to home. A couple others to consider on the Upper Westside are V&T, a Columbia University outpost on Amsterdam Ave @ 110th St. serving decent pizza, go for the Special and Sal & Carmine's on B'way and 102nd St. with a delicious crust. Agree with the kudo's for Lombardi's, Totonno's, John's and Waldy's. I'm getting hungry!