Tuesday, April 8, 2008
99 cents Fresh Pizza
Under the bowels of Port Authority on Ninth Ave. is this busy pizza joint with occasional long lines that serves one of the cheapest slices in town. I have passed the spot many times, but finally got the courage to try the slice. This is super no-frills pizza with just a place to order and no place to sit for your buck. The slice was hot and fresh and tasted like a good slice of frozen pizza. I did not notice if they actually make the pizza on premises, but I was told later by a neighborhood resident that they actually do. The crust on the slice here was slightly crispy and the pizza itself was very bready with moderate sauce and (cheap) cheese. Garlic, salt, and pepper were the condiments available for this cheap, fresh slice.