Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Friday, December 26, 2008
Monday, December 22, 2008
As a Holiday surprise In response to ongoing customer requests, South Brooklyn Pizza is slated to soft-open their new adjoining takeout/delivery annex today (Tuesday, December 16), located next to the restaurant's main entrance and sharing the same address and phone number.
Two kinds of pizzas will be sold (cash only): Sicilian Margherita and Cheese Melange (mozzarella, fontina, asagio, ricotta, and pecorino, all imported from Italy) in 18-inch size—$20 each; by the slice—$3 per. Both takeout and delivery (within a 10-block radius) will be offered, and hours and days of operation to begin with will be limited, and then expanded to 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week, in time for the official grand opening on Thursday, January 8.
Friday, December 19, 2008
The little spot on East 14th Street that made a splash when it opened last spring is scouring for at least five more new locations.
Artichoke has tapped Zelnik & Co. Realty's Jason Turner to spearhead the search. Artichoke co-owner Francis Garcia said his first priority is the West or East Village.
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Monday, December 15, 2008
As Christmas approaches, many pitches are taking a less serious tack, replacing straightforward reassurances about safety and security with free pizzas and humorous advice about holiday gift-giving.
Thursday, December 4, 2008
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
By JOE BRESCIA
NEW YORK TIMES
December 1, 2008
HAZLET, N.J. — Hey Diddy, we’ve found your pizza.
Robert Duvall, we’ve located your chicken cacciatore.
Pelé? Your four-cheese pasta is ready.
Dom DeLuise, your chicken française is as tender as ever and it’s waiting for you
That’s the good news. The less than good news is that you have to travel a bit farther — at least gas prices are down — than the theater district to enjoy them.
Ray’s Real Pizza restaurant is still open for business, here in Hazlet. Where? How?
There are so many pizza restaurants in Manhattan with Ray in their names that their abundance rivals the ubiquity of Starbucks: Ray’s Pizza, Ray’s Original Pizza, Famous Ray’s Pizza and World-Famous Original Ray’s Pizza. But the story line of this Ray’s might be titled “From Broadway to the Boondocks, With Extra Cheese.” [read more]