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An Underground Pizza Joint Leaving its Mark in Midtown
April 2, 2024, 7:00.05 pm ET



At the 50th Street subway stop in Midtown, you can now catch a slice while catching the number one train. See No Evil is one of a handful of businesses feeding commuters, area residents, business workers and tourists alike.

Old school pizza joint is being run by two long-time friends, Ed Carew and Adrien Gallo, is located adjacent to Nothing Really Matters, a craft cocktail bar, and Tiny Dancer, which sells gourmet coffee transforming what was a grimy subway station into a desirable mini food hall.

See No Evil whose signature color is orange, now blankets the station. There are checkerboard floors and tiled walls with a glass window where you can watch the pizzas being made in action.

Pies range from a traditional Margherita with fresh mozzarella and basil to the Ottobagatto with spicy beef and pork meatballs and the Rapini with broccoli rabe, panna, ricotta, scamorza, pecorino, potato and black pepper. Aside from pizza, there is house-made lasagna.

See No Evil Pizza is also offering assorted snacks called stuzzichini, antipasti and salads including one made with octopus. For dessert, there’s vanilla soft serve with extra virgin olive oil and sea salt.

The restaurant is open Monday through Saturday from 4pm to 12 am.