Thursday, December 29, 2011

7-Eleven bravely enters the East Village $1 pizza war


Photo on the Bowery via Goggla.

8 comments:

LiberationNYC said...

The runs for a buck? Awesome!

Marty Wombacher said...

@LiberationNYC: Ha ha ha! It's an artisanal laxative. Oh, thank heaven for 7-Eleven!

abrod said...

makes me want to RUN to the bathroom just reading this.

LiberationNYC said...

@Marty Do you think the Chicked Tenders are free range, organic, artisanal, hand-crafted, vegan, hydroponic and recycled? I'm very picky about my food...

Marty Wombacher said...

@LiberationNYC: I heard that the meat used in the Chicken Tenders is supplied by the same meat manufacturers that supply Lady Gaga with her meat dresses and purses. I bet they taste like Cher.

Anonymous said...

Good god New York City what happened to you. Pizza and NYC used to be synonymous. This is quietly one of the most horrible trends of the moment. Dollar pizza is spreading all over town. What gives, costs are going up all across the board. Rent, fuel, ingredient costs have all sky rocketed in the last few years so how the hell are people making money this way. What self respecting pizzaman can compete with these prices? Then again nobody cares, its over. Its over.

Anonymous said...

If it's mediocre for $1, that's no surprise.

Unforgivable is $3 slices that are mediocre, which seems quite common around here. For $3, one expects a good slice! But where in the East Village are the good slices?

- East Villager

Goggla said...

And the chicken tenders are just 98 cents!