The Daily News fired a broadside at Bill de Blasio this morning, charging that the Democratic mayoral candidate “eats his pizza with the 1%” because he said the iconic Brooklyn pizzeria Di Fara has the best slice in town.
But this accusation may have overreached, according to a friendly Di Fara Pizza employee when reached for comment.
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TripAdvisor has somehow ranked New York City fourth in the nation for best pizza.
The website, notorious for misinformed ratings based on user reviews, announced the results yesterday as part of “The Best US Destinations For a Pizza Pie.”
The Big Apple was placed behind San Diego, Las Vegas and Boston, to the chagrin of pretty much anyone who’s ever eaten pizza.
"slice" of life
The riveting Patrick Stewart pizza saga continues today with the news that Sir Pat-Stew enjoyed a slice of Deep Dish pizza in Chicago, this time with a knife and fork.
Mr. Stewart made good on a promise to New York magazine that he would likely “take another slice” on a Read More
"slice" of life
As the world went bonkers over the discovery that Patrick Stewart was eating his first “slice” of pizza in 72 years, New York magazine’s Daily Intelligencer got in touch with the star to get the scoop–er, slice–on the Tweet that brought a nation to its knees.
Turns out, it wasn’t that Read More
Patrick Stewart has boldly gone where every other New Yorker has already gone before.
This afternoon, the 72-year-old Park Slope resident and X-Men alum ate his first ever slice of pizza, according to his Twitter. He flawlessly implemented the famous New York fold.
Responses on Twitter range from “WTF?!” to “What’s with Montreal Canadiens cap?” Read More
The Pizza Principle
One of the unspoken laws that governs the way New York City works is the truly amazing “Pizza Principle.”
Derived in the eighties through a series of (now archived) articles in The New York Times, the Pizza Principle — also known as the “New York City Pizza Connection” — maintains that since 1960, Read More