This is no slice joint. PizzArte elevates pizza-making to an art and also displays a gallery's worth of modern art on its walls. A wood-burning oven that exceeds 900 degrees Fahrenheit was built according to Neapolitan-artisan standards and Neapolitan pizza masters were recruited to see the job through. What comes to your table is a stretchy, billowy-crusted pie that's not overloaded with ingredients. Midtown workers are lucky—and grateful—to have such pizza heaven in their midst, and it's also convenient to The Museum of Modern Art, the Ziegfeld Theatre, Radio City Music Hall and Fifth Avenue shopping.