Thursday, December 31, 2015
99¢ Pizza now serving 99¢ pizza on Avenue A
The pizzeria is operating out of the space that last housed Benny's to-go. Not sure what's going on with the former D-Lish Pita storefront next door. There has been some work done on that space as well.
Meantime, let us know if you try this pizza. (Seriously.) We'll also post a night-time photo of the storefront some time. It is quite bright. (Seriously.)
Here it is at night... via EVG 99¢ pizza corespondent Steven...
Previously on EV Grieve:
How about some 99¢ pizza for Avenue A
Incoming 99¢ pizza place on Avenue A will be called 99¢ Pizza
Posted by Grieve at 9:50 AM
Labels: 99-cent pizza, new restaurants sort of
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A cheap slice u can put hot sauce on, fold over, and be on your way is very important to NY. But its just absurd when these places are in such close proximity to one another with one already 3 blocks north on A.
Yay! Now Crusties won't have to crawl all the way to St. Marks.
You are what you eat!!
The pizza is ok.. slightly thicker crust than a normal 99 cent place, and its not greasy at all, so that helps.
The guy behind the counter said the falafel place was going to be a grocer or a smoke shop. Hopefully it will put the drug bodega a few doors down out of business
Thinkin' it's high time somebody flipped this....
$20 A Slice
.....do a pop-up over by the DeathStar, see if the dweeb's would bite (Seriously).
Last time I ate 99 pizza i ended up sweating, dizzy with my stomach contents all over the toilet. NEVER AGAIN. F-i-l-t-h-y!!!!!!!!!!! Happy New Year.
So Mamani with their $1 slice is too pricey?
Sorry to sound so moralizing, but it would be better to practice your technique than to blame the pizza for your lousy aim.
The awning is fine, though bright, but the two other poorly designed, cheaply made additional signs that stick out are a huge eyesore! Such a bummer.
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