Monday, August 13, 2012

Slice shockers: 2 Bros. blows up the $1 pizza model


Unveiled on St. Mark's Place — the $1.50 "supreme slice" ... at the 2 Bros. Plus location at No. 36 ... not available at No. 32, which just sells the regular old $1 slices.

Side-by-side taste test coming soon.

Oh, and in other 2 Bros. news, they are opening a location in the Bronx this October, according to their Facebook page ...

9 comments:

Eden Bee said...

I leave for a month or two and just look what happens!

Alberto Berretti said...

eat-around pizza in central italy (where's good) is sold by weight, in portions as large or as small as you like, tipically from rectangular shaped large pizzas. there's no such thing as the fixed-size, circular-sector shaped slice so dear to newyorkers.

Uncle Waltie said...

I once bought a slice there...call it youthful ignorance or whatever you wish. It was about 1/8" thick and absolutely tasteless. Of course, that didn't deter the 12 Year Olds standing on line outside.

Anonymous said...

Since mozzarella cheese is the most costly ingredient in a pizza I would guess that another "cheese" product is being substituted.

Anonymous said...

I really like their white slice for $2.00
Melanie

Jeremy said...

Alberto: Pie on 4th ave sells pizza by the pound in case you were curious.

Anon: Most cheap pizza places do not use mozz, sadly.

jason said...

Sal's on A & 7th is still the best at any price.

Anonymous said...

you know i was shocked to see lebrini on c (formerly moon pie) offering a dollar slice during a certain time frame, i do not know if this is in addition to their regular $2.50 slice or if you get the $2.50 slice for a dollar during the timeframe mentioned?
dollar pizza guys bringing the others to their knees?? i hope not!!

Anonymous said...

are you sure it is not real mozzarella??What is it then????