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Another pizzeria to open in Ditmars

June 5, 2014 By Michael Florio

A new pizzeria, called Razzies’s, will be opening at 29-04 Ditmars Blvd this August.

The owner, Harry Puccio, said he is still working on the menu but did note that it he will focus on pizza, pasta and panini.  He said he plans to accommodate vegetarians too by offering a range of options, such as eggplant and zucchini panini.

Puccio, an Italian immigrant who was raised in Astoria, said he will serve Sicilian style food, such as lasagna.

“The lasagna will be full of flavor,” he said. “It’s authentic Sicilian food, people will not be disappointed after eating here.”

The pizzeria will seat 17 inside and Puccio hopes add eight seats outside.

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Yay! Been looking for a place that serves descent sicilian food in Ditmars for a long time, hopefully Razzie’s fits the part. Good luck to Harry and his family.


Good luck Erasmo..just show of those baby blue’s. You’ll drum up some business. Best of luck!!

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Met harry about ten years ago from a mutual friend. Very hard working man but more importantly a good friend. I wish him the best on his new venture. Heard from a mutual friend about his lasagna said it was the best he had ever had . quite different he said they use ring style pasta, peas etc. Can’t wait to try it.


What can I say total conference in what he does .that corner needs a little spark . And he is just the man to do it.lots of luck!!


i don’t understand the hype.. it’s pretty standard as far as pizza shops go. Pizza, pasta, panini. Hopefully the crust is good cause I haven’t had one pizza shop in astoria with good crust.


What can I say best of luck to you my brother long time friends .total faith in what he does.great addition to our community.


Alright Harry !!! Harry has been a longtime friend , someone I have known for many years ,I myself come from a Sicilian family ! He is extremely loyal and dedicated to every endeavor he embarks on . I am very excited for this New Sicilian hot spot to open – not only am I looking forward to the amazing food that will be offered up at Razzies but knowing Harry it will be a place where everyone remembers you , your friends and family ! That’s the Sicillian way !!! Best of luck Harry !!!


Very excited for Razzies to open, this is exactly what Astoria is missing !!! Can’t wait to have some authentic Sicillian cooking!!!
Best of luck Harry!!! I know this is going to be a huge success !!!


I know I not going to to be Faith in what he can do .look out Astoria were going out for a treat!!!!


I am curious to find out whats on the rest of the menu! But so far it sounds amazing!


Looking forward to some good authentic Sicilian cooking. Good luck Razzie’s


Excited for Razzies to open, I cant wait to meet Razzie and have a RAZTASTIC TIME!


OMG I cant wait for Razzies Pizza to open. I plan to be eating there at least twice a week. Im so excited.


I miss Fastbreak and my go to Chinese Place. But GreedyLandlords are always looking to make ya go !!


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