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Into the Wild: Farm-to-Table Pizza Makes Its Mark on the West VillageWild Pizza Serves Gluten-Free and Farm-Fresh Pizza
It’s no secret that we love pizza. But with bikini season looming, indulging in a slice (or two) may not always seem like the best idea. No need to fret; thanks to Wild, a recently opened farm-to-table restaurant in the West Village, you can have your pie and eat it too.
The casual restaurant is the brainchild of restaurateur Miki Agrawal, who rebranded and re-launched her seven-year-old renowned spot Slice, reinforcing its commitment to fresh, healthy ingredients (along with gluten free and vegan options too).
Start your meal with an assortment of veggie appetizers and salads like kale with smoked tofu, edamame seeds and olive oil ($12), butternut squash with whipped goat cheese and roasted pistachios ($12), or Brussels sprouts four ways with bacon crème freche ($10). Go personal ($14) or get a sharable pie ($26) with one of the eight thin crust pizzas piled with toppings, including the artichoke fennel with lemon and Kalmata olives or truffle ricotta with olive oil and cracked pepper.
Need a drink? Sample selections from the New York state-centric liquor menu, which features draught beers from four upstate breweries, Brooklyn, and Long Island ($5-$8) along wine from vineyards across the Finger Lakes and North Fork ($9-$12 glass, $32-$54 bottle).
With outdoor garden seating open for the season, head over on a nice day and go wild for these delicious health-conscious pies. —CASSIE KREITNER
Wild Pizza | 535 Hudson St. (between Perry St. and Charles St.) | 212-929-2920