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The first Manhattan branch of Brooklyn favorite Motorino has a lot to live up to: it's taking over for the short-lived—and much-hyped—Una Pizza Napoletana in the East Village. The wood-burning brick oven (handcrafted in Naples) is still there, but now it's churning out Motorino's Neapolitan pies, served in a pizza box or folded up in paper for to-go eaters who don't mind the mess. If you're not up for a pie, there's a great variety of appetizers (including octopus), desserts—and beer and wine.