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“Only God makes better pizza,” boasts Zagat about this Brooklyn fixture, and its loyal fans seem to agree. In 1924, Anthony “Totonno” Pero opened his first pizzeria in Coney Island, and today, the same family runs this local favorite, which serves up coal-brick-oven pies composed of tomatoes imported from Italy, dough made fresh daily and the family’s secret blend of spices. There are appetizers, pasta and salads, too, but let’s be honest—everyone comes for the pizza.