99¢ Pizza Is The Truth

New York City pizza is a thing of beauty. I’ve know many who have gone on diets and lost weight successfully but still won’t give up their NYC pizza. nytimes.com recently did a story on the 99¢ pizza.

I think they’re kind of late on this one. I am a connoisseur of all fine things including pizza. I can tell you 99¢ pizza is the truth and has been for some time now. It’s not delivery, and it’s not DiGiorno, but it is quality pizza. It’s usually a 2 slices and a can of soda for $2.75 which is kind of a draw back for me. I’m not a soda drinker these days but that’s the kind of drink that’s always offered in a special for some reason.

In NYC a slice usually costs around $2.75 so 99¢ for something like a decent meal is a lifesaver for the unemployed, underemployed, the pizza lovers, the cheap, the broke and the fabulous. It will cost you $4 or so to get Chinese food. It was $5 for a full special at the now defunct Noodle 36 and $3 for a vat of chicken fried rice at the Chinese bakery. Sometimes that’s steep and that’s why the 99¢ pizza spot is usually full.

In a joint like that you can make friends real quick. Everybody there tends to be in a good mood because they may actually have some money left over in their pockets to go with a full belly.

It’s catching on too. There are about 15 99¢ Pizza joints in the city. Maybe 99¢ will be in a town near you soon.

Speaking of soda I know for a fact President Barack Obama likes soda. I know it’s true cause I have pictures! You can check that out HERE and I’ve got news on one of the healthier but more controversial beverages our president likes HERE.

To read more about the slice of life story nytimes.com is serving up visit Where a Meal Can Cost a Fortune, 99¢ Pizza Catches On

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