If you’re looking for consistency at Bella Napoli, the slice joint/restaurant on 49th St. b/t 6th & 7th Avenue, in addition to their best ratio of cheese to sauce to crust, look no further than their Grandma Slice ($3 slice/$22 pie). It combines Bella Napoli’s best balance of cheese and sauce, in this case a garlicky yet sweet marinara, in addition to providing the least obtrusive and tastiest crust of any of their slices. Whereas the regular slice has too much end crust and the Sicilian has too much crust in general, the Grandma is thin, crispy, and takes a backseat to the fresh basil and marinara/cheese combo.(212) 719-2819
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I made the claim, now deal with it all you Ray’s lovers. Bella Napoli’s pizza is thin, crisp, and authentic and as long as we’re all paying $2.50 for a single slice of pizza, the least we can do is ensure that it’s a slice that will fill us up, an area where Bella never disappoints.
Bella Napoli is not only delicious, it’s the best slice for its price in Midtown West, find out why after the break…
Big Effin Blue. The Giants have done the impossible. Three straight playoff road wins and a NFL record 11 straight road wins overall. It was a total team effort, strong and determined, similar to the display put on by the NYC Food Guy and friends as they feasted, at work, during the game.
Amazing wings, greasy pizza, corn and potato chips, fresh veggies, 2 kinds of dip, salsa, Morton’s steak sandwiches.
I’m getting hungry just thinking about it.