On Friday I had pizza from Giovanna’s for the third time. All three times were delivery, which I know is not the ideal way to enjoy good pizza–but all three times were certainly tasty. It’s a great addition to SpaHa’s restaurant row on Lexington between 100th and 101st Streets. If I had one criticism, it would be that the fresh mozzarella is a little too thick, but again, this might be tastier straight out of the brick oven rather than delivered. It’s no Totonno’s–and I’m still jealous of Boone–but keep it in mind if you’re going to one of the museums on upper-Museum Mile such as El Museo del Bario or the Museum of the City of New York. Next time I’ll include photos, especially since Giovanna’s doesn’t seem to have a website yet.