That's because it is ridiculous and annoying. Want me to pimp smack someone?
Quote from: Tom Terrific on September 03, 2009, 06:24:38 PM::hides::<seeks><tags>You're it.
Options include:John's Pizzeria in Times Square (no, really): http://www.johnspizzerianyc.com/index2.htmIf you're willing to venture from the 7 a little, I'm a fan of Patsy's: http://www.patsyspizzeriany.com/index.htm (the original in harlem operate's independently. see nymag article below)The current fad is artisinal pizza. A bunch of those places are mentioned herein: http://nymag.com/restaurants/cheapeats/2009/57893/See also: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/08/dining/08pizza.html
one of these days I'm going to finish a tour of the old school places-di fara's-patsy's in harlem-lombardi's-john's pizzeria (original location on bleecker st, not the times square satellite)I've done grimaldi's more than a few times, as well as a few off the beaten path neighborhood joints (Sal and Carmine near [Alma Mater], and Johnny's of Mt. Vernon just north of the Bronx.) Grimaldi's is good. worth an extra hour to get in good? questionable. upshot: brooklyn ice cream factory is half a block away on the east river waterfront. with a great great view of the lower manhattan skyline. mmmmm.pizza. mmmm.eta: I ate at Veloce, one of the "new" places. Damn fine eating.