The iconic Ozone Pizza has been serving its customer since the 1960s. This pizzeria takes pride in offering quality food fast. They offer specially made dough and sauces as well as only using the best cheese and fresh ingredients in their pizza. They are known for their Sicilian pies, but they also serve calzones, hippy rolls, pastas, salads, and more. The prices are affordable, and the atmosphere is relaxed. They take credit cards, which is unusual for small New York eateries. Easily get to this neighborhood pizza joint by taking the A train off the Rockaway Boulevard stop.
Epiphany Mar Thoma Ch
The Epiphany Mar Thoma Church had its beginnings as a prayer group known as the Mar Thoma-Church of South India in the 1970s. The organization moved throughout New York City before finally settling in the neighborhood of Ozone Park. This parish is dedicated to helping those who are less fortunate, whether it is in India or other places. They help build homes for the homeless and donate money to disaster victims. They also have provided relief to the underprivileged of Kerala, providing scholarships to students as well as building homes for those without. Join this service at 9 a.m. every Sunday.