Artichoke Basille's Pizza

New York's Famous Artichoke Slice

Cousins and best friends Fran and Sal launched Artichoke Basille’s in NYC in 2008, after learning the trade early in their family’s Staten Island restaurant. The boys and their instant-hit pizza shop have made more than a name for themselves, winning Eater’s award for “The Most Popular New Slice Parlor of the Last Decade.”

Their namesake pie, the Artichoke, is a massive thing of beauty. This decadent New York pie has people lining up around the block for a slice at all times of day in their NYC and Berkeley, CA locations—especially at night. Hugely popular with students and young people in Manhattan, since launching Artichoke Basille’s Sal and Fran have also scored big time fans including Beyonce, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jimmy Fallon, Keith Richards, and Momofuku’s David Chang.

We're not the only ones who love them!

In addition to their series, Pizza Cuz, on the Cooking Channel and Pizza Masters on Netflix, Artichoke Basille has been featured on The Tonight Show, Rachael Ray, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Chew with Mario Batali, and write-ups in The New York Times, The New York Post, New York Magazine, and US Magazine.

Artichoke Basille's Pizza

New York's Famous Artichoke Slice

Cousins and best friends Fran and Sal launched Artichoke Basille’s in NYC in 2008, after learning the trade early in their family’s Staten Island restaurant. The boys and their instant-hit pizza shop have made more than a name for themselves, winning Eater’s award for “The Most Popular New Slice Parlor of the Last Decade.”

Their namesake pie, the Artichoke, is a massive thing of beauty. This decadent New York pie has people lining up around the block for a slice at all times of day in their NYC and Berkeley, CA locations—especially at night. Hugely popular with students and young people in Manhattan, since launching Artichoke Basille’s Sal and Fran have also scored big time fans including Beyonce, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jimmy Fallon, Keith Richards, and Momofuku’s David Chang.

We're not the only ones who love them!

In addition to their series, Pizza Cuz, on the Cooking Channel and Pizza Masters on Netflix, Artichoke Basille has been featured on The Tonight Show, Rachael Ray, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Chew with Mario Batali, and write-ups in The New York Times, The New York Post, New York Magazine, and US Magazine.