This was the first time that New York City's three most popular mobile pizza places -- Jiannetto's, Pizza Moto, and Eddie's Pizza Truck -- have served pies in the same location (although Eddie's is brand new, so that would make sense). The problem? Patrons were not going for pizza. There were so many other food trucks there and people were taking advantage of bites that might not normally be accessible to them. For example, Jersey City's Krave Truck often had the longest lines of the day.
A personal Margherita pie was only $7.00, with the Salvatore (ricotta, mozzarella, garlic & chili) coming in at $8.00 and the Fun-Guy (smoked mozzarella, fresh mushrooms) coming in at $9.00.