[Photo via Steven]
Pizza Rollio is opening an outpost on Ninth Street between Avenue A and First Avenue, where it will sell its super-thin, arugula-topped pizza served in long strips that patrons can roll up.
The pizzeria is owned by Miyuki Talwar and her family, who run similar establishments in the Philippines.
This will be the third Pizza Rollio in the city, joining the Plaza Hotel Food Hall and on West 18th Street.
Here's more about their pizza from the Daily News in 2016:
In a city with pizzerias on almost every corner, Pizza Rollio serves the seemingly impossible: a totally unique pie. Its rectangular creations are light and delicate — built on paper-thin sheets of dough that are baked and sliced into wide ribbons perfect for wrapping around peppery bites of alfalfa sprouts and arugula, the salad-y condiment served with every order.
And via DNAinfo when Pizza Rollio opened an outpost on West 18th Street early this year:
In addition to its classic margherita pie, Pizza Rollio serves specials like “The Godmother" topped with fig, gorgonzola and mozzarella; the “Eggs Benedict” topped with Canadian bacon, fresh egg, chives and hollandaise sauce; and the “Mushroom Truffle Madness,” with mushrooms, truffle oil and mozzarella.
This storefront on Ninth Street was previously the longtime home of the salon Crops for Girls.