Im proud of my wife for coming up with this one. When we try to place an order for Papa Johns Delivery online it says that delivery is not available to our address. But if we called the closest Papa Johns to us they would deliver to us. When we would call in and request the same rate as the online deal they would tell us they can not give us those deals. So what does my wife do? She places an order where she gives the store its very own address. Then they call her saying she put the wrong address, so she says sorry and gives them the right address effectively getting us a large specialty pie for $12. Ah, good stuff. Time to Eat!
It costs $482.79 to get a decent pizza in San Francisco — $17 for the pie, $85 for cab fare, and $378.80 for the flight to New York.
This article from Wired.com and the fact that New Yorkers are always looking to find a good economical slice of pizza to scarf down inspired me to write this post.
The following is not meant to be a definitive list, as I admit I haven’t had the opportunity to check out all of the alleged best pizza spots.
1. Armondos II aka Starrett Pizza
location:1366 Pennsylvania Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11239 | map | (718) 642-8253
Growing up in Starrett City, going out for lunch used to be a special once a week event you had to remember getting a parental permission slip for. Aside from the nostalgia, hands down their pizza is the best in New York City . Every single ingredient tastes great and you never leave dissatisfied. I highly recommend it, even to those who are too scared to come to Brooklyn.
2. Woodlawn Pizza
location: Jerome Ave & Bainbridge Ave, Bronx, NY 10467 (under train station) | map
Located at the last stop on the 4 train in the Bronx. They make such good pizza, that if you find yourself on that side of the bridge you have to make a detour to get one of those oversized slices. (You have to get single slices to get the bigger sized slice). Compared to Armondos, Woodlawn slices are a little more flakier, but still very good.
Dinarstandard.com reports that a Turkish company, Ulker has bought out Godiva Chocolates. I hope this means that all their products will become 100% halal! Dinarstandard.com is an online e-zine which reports on businesses operating in the Muslim World. I just cracked open a box of these dark chocolates…mmnnn dark chocolate!