Friday, March 29, 2019

Alphabet 99-Cent Fresh Pizza now in Grand Opening mode on Avenue A



The cheap-slice shop made its debut a few days back here at 20 Avenue A between Second Street and Houston.

Aside from slices, 99-Cent Fresh Pizza offers fried chicken, wings and a variety of sandwiches. And we're not sure if this establishment is connected with the other 99-Cent Fresh Pizza joints around.

This marks the second business — of four expected — to open in the big space that was last home to a Chase branch until November 2015.

6 comments:

creature said...

I just don't get the 99 cent pizza thing. Maybe it's my privilege, I get that, but it is not good pizza.

Neighbor said...

Totally agree with Creature. This location also baffles me given the proximity of other pizza places.

Anonymous said...

Drunk people get 99 cent slices of terrible pizza.

Rob said...

This has to be the worst slice of cheap pizza I've ever eaten. Threw it out after a single bite. Even Elio's puts this to shame. What does that tell you?

Unknown said...

Just order a pizza box. It's got slightly more flavor and nutritional value.

Anonymous said...

The only dollar slice place in NYC worth hitting is Percy's Pizza on Bleecker Street between Sixth Avenue and MacDougal Street (closer to MacDougal.)