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Known for its delectable, thin-crust pizza, this popular Italian restaurant draws both Astoria locals and pie-loving New Yorkers and tourists alike. One key to Sac’s success is its coal-fired oven, which yields a delightfully crispy crust; another is the Italian San Marzano tomatoes it uses. Pastas, seafood and other Italian mainstays round out the menu, but the pizza is the main attraction.