Sunday, April 17, 2011

Posto Pizza, Manhattan, NYC

So New York and pizza are pretty much synonymous by now but the pizza wars are eternal and everyone sides with their own school. Chicago with their deep dish, the New York slice, Californian style pizza, it's a face-off that goes on forever. Being the pacifist that I am, I personally don't believe in categorizing slices by their origin or style, as far as I'm concerned, there's only a good slice and a bad slice. Fortunately Posto makes a pretty damn good slice, this is a half and half of meat lovers and the shroomtown and despite being quite the carnivore, the mushroom slice with the medley of portobello, shitake, button and white truffle oil definitely was the winner this afternoon. The crust here is of the super thin and crisp variety, which made it "lighter" and perfect for a lunch before heading back to work.

310 2nd Ave
(between 18th St & 19th St)
New York, NY 10003
Neighborhood: Gramercy
(212) 716-1200

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4 comments:

patient bunny said...

woah..my eyes almost popped out of their place when i looked at this pizza (a contrast to the "other" pizza picture some time ago ;p) i wonder what truffle oil tastes like..

D said...

Posto makes a great thin slice. Italy may have invented pizza but New York perfected it =)

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