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Found, NY style Pizza in San Jose - A slice of New York

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drobbia Mar 11, 2007 06:45 PM

Tasty sauce,hint of organo, very good cheese and a mandatory thin but cooked through crust --- Anybody else tried it yet? - Comments? (On Stevens creek near San Tomas xway)
This store will save me lots of airfare back to NY when I must return for a "slice"!
Place is super clean, very small seating,typical toppings along with Stromboli's, calzone,meat ball Parm. subs and even Nathans franks.
Me and my SO intend to go often (say hi, we will be ones with a big smile on our faces between bites.)
Not cheap but sooo good!

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    Waterboy Mar 11, 2007 07:44 PM

    What's the name & address? Can check out this week.

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      Cary Mar 11, 2007 08:33 PM

      Slice of NY has been discussed here recently and there was a review on the Merc. These have caused the lines to be longer, to my selfish annoyance ;) There is not much sitting area, so people usually just pick up a slice or their takeout pies.

      1. Robert Lauriston Mar 12, 2007 08:51 AM

        http://www.chowhound.com/topics/354646

        1. hhc Sep 18, 2009 07:41 PM

          They'll be celebrating their 3rd Anniversary tomorrow, Sat 9/19/09. $2/slice & FREE cannoli while they last, also put your name in for a drawing to win a professional pizza baking stone.

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          A Slice of New York
          3443 Stevens Creek Blvd, San Jose, CA 95117

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            mdg Sep 18, 2009 09:13 PM

            Thanks for the pointer - I was thinking about heading there this weekend anyway. The meatball sub is usually my favorite but I'll go with the specials and leave room for the free cannoli!

            Michael

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              hong_kong_foodie Sep 18, 2009 10:07 PM

              Not an expert myself but I definitely like the pizza and agree with the OP description on how it tastes. Also, a couple of my friends who are big on NY style pizza agree it's the real deal. It's actually quite amazing how the pizza is so thin yet so crispy on the bottom after they reheat it.

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