Saturday, February 20, 2016
Baker's Pizza in soft-open mode on Avenue A
The pizzeria at 201 Avenue A between East 12th Street and East 13th Street is now serving... as you can see, the hours for now are noon to 10 p.m., Monday-Saturday...
One EVG reader chimed in with an early review in the comments: "I had a slice at Baker's Pizza: a white slice with caramelized onions and a little sausage — very unique. It was delicious. Bravo to the baker!"
At the beginning of the year, East Village resident Jordan Baker bought the business from the folks who ran Nonna's Pizza here.
Posted by Grieve at 10:06 AM
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Stopped by last night, $4 slice no matter what's on it!! I tried 3 different kinds and I must say it was pretty good! But they're gonna want to work on the pricing. This place has seen 1/2 a dozen pizza shops in the last 8 or 9 years I'd like to see one make it work. The jury's still out on this one but I wish them well. Time will tell.
How can you have a $4 slice no matter what's on it? Is a plain cheese slice 4 bucks?
Plain cheese $2.75. I had Brussels Sprouts and Bacon on a $4.00 slice, cut it in half and split it, it was big, and they comped us two Garlic Knots. Everything was good, real good.
To anon 9:55 They didn't have any "plain" when I was there. As I said they need to work on the pricing, or they'll be just another notch in that locations belt.
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