Bleecker Street Pizza

By grace.g.yang ยท December 22, 2009
Under: Cheap Eats,Italian,Lunch,My Life,West Village

There are a lot of options for pizza on and around Bleecker Street. Keste, Joe’s, John’s, and Bleecker Street Pizza are the first ones that come to mind. Bleecker Street Pizza has been on The Food Network a bunch of times for their New York style pizza. Personally, I don’t like their NY-style pizza because I think there’s no flavor to their slices, BUT, I am a HUGE fan of their Sicilian/nonna slices. Dorren and I went there for lunch last week:


The pre-made pizzas:


The Sicilian slices are square and topped with lots of crushed tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella cheese. The pizza has just the right amount of saltiness from the cheese but feels kind of healthy because of the chunky bits of tomato. When you order at the counter, they’ll take a slice, heat it up in their oven, and serve it to you right away:


You can also go for their regular slices…Dorren opted for a slice of pepperoni:


The place has minimal seating, but they deliver and they’re open really late. If you end up trying it, go for their Sicilian!

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