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Best Places to Eat Keto Pizza in New York

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Best Places to Eat Keto Pizza in New York
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Eating out can be tricky when you are on a special diet like a keto diet. Most restaurants will be happy to swap out some ingredients for low-carb alternatives, but when it comes to pizza, this can be tricky. If your keto diet is putting you off devouring a delicious pizza in New York, we’re here to fix that!

The easiest way to go out and enjoy your meal without disrupting your ketosis is to choose restaurants that are keto-friendly. New York is packed with pizzerias that serve keto-friendly options. Check out our list of the best places to eat keto pizzas in New York and treat yourself to a juicy pizza today, and visit this Keto Checker page to see which foods are compatible with the low-carb diet!

1. Underground

Underground is a New York-style pizza restaurant, with a whole section of the menu dedicated to keto pizzas. The crust is made from cauliflower and the toppings are sugar-free, so you can pick whichever you like without worrying about your diet. They also have sections of the menu dedicated to vegan and gluten-free pizzas.

They have limited seating inside, but they do offer takeaway and pizza slices, so it’s a great place to grab a bite to go. On top of their mouth-watering pizzas, they also offer a range of appetizers, salads, rolls and pasta with various specials for lunch and dinner.

Location: 3 Hanover Square, New York, NY 10004

Top Dishes: The Wall Street Keto Pizza, Meat Lovers Keto Pizza

Prices: $15.95 – $18.95

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM – 8:45 PM daily

Website: Underground

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 2. Rome To Brooklyn

For a taste of authentic Italian pizza, try this restaurant in Brooklyn. They make a delicious cauliflower and cheese crust with 4 different styles of pizza. Chef Aurel has been making pizzas for over 20 years, so you are in very good hands.  

They pride themselves in using top-quality ingredients, which you will notice at first bite. On top of their pizzas, you can try traditional Italian appetizers like Arancini, as well as pasta and salads. For an extra indulgent bite, try the Panzerotti, deep-fried and stuffed with the best pizza toppings.

Location: 755 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY,11211

Top Dishes: Margherita, Grandma

Prices: $14 – $18

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM daily

Website: Rome to Brooklyn

 3. Sforno

Although this eatery doesn’t offer a wide selection of keto-friendly pizzas, you have the option to add different toppings to create your own delicious pizza. Their Cauliflower Pizza comes with a regular tomato and cheese base to which you can add sausage, mushrooms, olives, broccoli, spinach, onions and peppers. 

Sforno has a large menu that includes appetizers, sides, pasta, panini, and salads. They also serve a selection of pastries and excellent coffee. You can eat in or take away, but keep in mind that it has limited seating.

Location: 2393 Broadway, New York, NY 10024

Top Dishes: Cauliflower Pizza 12” with choice of toppings

Prices: $26.49 – $38.49

Opening Hours: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM daily except Thursdays 12:00 PM – 6:15 PM 

Website: Sforno

 

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 4. Marina – East Village

Marina Pizza is a great option for those who like to have plenty of choices. Their menu features a section of cauliflower crust pizzas, with a whopping 16 different pizzas to choose from. From a classic Margherita to veggie options and pizzas for meat lovers, there’s something for everyone at Marina’s.

Marina is a small franchise with five different locations in the heart of the Big Apple: Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Park Ave, Midtown East, and East Village. All the restaurants offer takeaway as well as sliced pizza for a quick bite. The menu also includes starters, salads, pasta and a range of parmigiana.

Location: 160 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003

Top Dishes: Grilled Chicken Pesto Cauliflower Pizza, Spinach Artichoke Cauliflower Pizza 

Prices: $22.00 – $28.50

Opening Hours: 11:00 AM – 9:40 PM daily, Friday and Saturday open until 1150 

Website: Marina East Village

5. Brooklyn Pizza Masters

Brooklyn Pizza Masters offers a wide range of cauliflower crust 10” pizzas. Choose between classic flavors like Pepperoni and Margherita, or tease your adventurous side with wild combinations like Blackberry and Ricotta.

 With an expert chef in the kitchen and quality ingredients straight from Italy, you really can’t go wrong. In addition, just like any good Italian establishment, Brooklyn Pizza Masters also offers a selection of starters, salads, pasta, and panini.

Location: 1055 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10022

Top Dishes: Quattro Stagioni, Sopressata

Prices: $14 – $18 

Opening Hours: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM daily

Website: Brooklyn Pizza Masters

FAQ

Can I Eat Pizzas on a Keto Diet?

The short answer is yes! Although you can’t have classic pizzas, as flour dough is high in carbs, there are increasing options available for gluten-free and keto diets. One of the most popular that is taking New York by storm is cauliflower crust.

Can I Eat Gluten-Free Pizzas on a Keto Diet?

Not all gluten-free pizzas are compatible with a keto diet. Some gluten-free doughs are made from starchy ingredients that wouldn’t be ok. Always ask what the gluten-free option is made from, or stick with a cauliflower pizza crust to be on the safe side.

Which Is the Most Keto-Friendly Pizza Crust?

Traditionally, pizza crust is made from flour, which is a big no for those following a keto diet. However, there are alternatives available today that are tasty and won’t compromise your diet. The most popular crust is made from cauliflower with a sprinkling of cheese for extra taste.

Are All Cauliflower Crust Pizzas Keto-Friendly?

No, they aren’t. Although the crust is fine, you still need to make sure the pizza doesn’t have high-carb or sugar-packed toppings. For instance, you should avoid toppings like pineapple, corn and BBQ sauce.

What Are Some Low-Carb Pizza Toppings I Can Eat?

Most meat toppings like peperoni, chicken, ham and bacon are low in carbs. If you’re not a meat-lover, most veggie topping like mushrooms, artichokes, olives, peppers and spinach are also low in carbs.

What Should I Look Out for When Ordering a Keto Pizza?

First, make sure the crust is made of cauliflower or other low-carb varieties. Second, check the pizza doesn’t have any toppings that are high in sugar or carbs, like sweet potato or pineapple. Finally, avoid sauces like BBQ sauce as they often contain sugar. 

Conclusion

So, now you know you don’t need to renounce the pure joy of eating pizza at a restaurant or ordering the perfect takeaway. Just watch the toppings and speak to the waiter to make sure your order is compatible with your diet. 

With our list, you already have 5 restaurants that are guaranteed to have keto-friendly options. Give these great establishments a go and get ready to have your mind blown by keto pizzas, it’s a whole new world just waiting to be discovered!

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“The Jaded Traveler”. Ron Rossi was born and raised in New York. A globalist at heart, Ron is a marketing director by trade, and has lived and worked around the world including Asia, Europe, Africa, and South America. Food is one of the best ways to learn about a country, a people and a culture. So, Ron is always looking for the best in mid-range to budget and street food. He is always on the hunt for a good meal anyone can afford. It is the food of the average citizen that excites him. And with having visited close to 100 countries on 6 continents so far, there have been some pretty good meals.