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  • Fred Apr 24, 2006 10:50 AM
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Besides Joe's where else do you think has the best pizza byt the slice?

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    Rivoli Pizza II on Hudson Street

    1. There is a place on the Northwest corner of 7th Avenue and 23rd street. I cannot remember the name. I think their slices are excellent. They have Margherita style and New York style thin crust. Very good alternative if you don't want to deal with the crowds at Joe's.

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      1. re: Luke_Cage

        i've been there too. i think they're called pizza 88 or something like that. their margherita with fresh mozzarella is excellent. i've ordered delivery pies from them too, did not disappoint.

        i recently tried bravo pizza on 7th ave btw 14 and 15 and was pretty impressed. i had a spinach slice and a sausage slice. maybe it was being a little tipsy from PS1 that made everything taste so good (i got served a RAW burger there), but i am happy with the new addition to the neighborhood.

      2. Patsy's

        1. DeMarco's and Bleecker street pizza around the corner but the best slice place in Manhattan without a doubt is the one and only original Patsy's on 117th and First. Warning: the crust is so thin and the pizza so good that by the time I'm done smelling I've already inhaled two slices-usually have four per visit minimum.

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          1. re: guttergourmet

            An entire pizza is by no means out of the question for a person with a good but not ridiculous appetite.

            1. re: Pan

              Out of the question? I call it "just about right."

              1. re: Dave Feldman

                Well, considering that I shared a salad and two pizzas with a friend the last time I was there...

          2. Took my 7 year old last week. She had about a slice total so I guess I must've had the other 7.

            1. di fara. nothing else even comes close. well worth the trip to avenue j in brooklyn.