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Keith McNally—the trailblazing restaurateur behind Balthazar, Pastis, Schiller’s and other notable downtown eateries—tries his hand at pizza and traditional Italian cuisine at this spot, located in the heart of NoLIta. Full of cheeky innovations, like a breakfast pizza made with sunny-side-up eggs and house-cured sausage, or a dessert pizza with roasted pear and ricotta, Pulino’s also serves a menu of traditional thin-crusted savory pizzas as well as pastas, burgers and steaks.