An Atlantan Back in NYC: NYC SLICE

Johns of Bleecker Street: W. Village, Manhattan, NY, NY

I came here based off of Yelp reviews and friends who have recommended this place from eating here.  We chose this place to have a little reunion from friends who met and lived in the Bay (SF) but are now based in NYC.  One of the things that we love about NYC is the pizza – you just can’t get good pizza, at least NYC-style pizza, out in SF!

This is definitely build your own style, pick your toppings which are $4 for the whole pie and $2 for half.  The large size has about 8 pieces which, if combined with a salad is pretty good for dinner if you’re slightly hungry.  The toppings can really add up but thankfully Yelp Check-In gives you one free topping which you can use now or save later (I LOVE YELP FOR THIS…and their live waiting list!).

It seems quite small, but there is actually a whole other separate room on the side that you have to enter through the back.  Your entire party must be present to be seated so I recommend that people not be late.  Service is decent although they do seem to have a bit of a rush on patrons during dinner hour (understandably so when there are people waiting to eat).

All in all, I would come again, but keep in mind that you’re going to want to have a pretty basic pizza or be prepared to shell out dough.  I would say that in comparison to deep-dish (Chicago style), of which I had 9 years of eating being out in the Midwest, I definitely still prefer NYC style the most.   John’s of Bleecker is definitely one of the places to beat! Now if only they sold pizza by the slice….

 

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You can find them here:
278 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10014
Enjoy!
R/g

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This entry was published on March 20, 2019 at 15:00. It’s filed under American, North America, pizza, restaurants, series, The Gastronome, The Traveller, USA and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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