Anna Maria Pizzeria
For Williamsburg hipsters who are slowly being priced out of their hood, Anna Maria's provides a taste of the old days when thing were still cheap and authentic under the L train. Two dollars and fifty cents will buy a thickish slab of cheese pizza—slightly oily but better than average, and large enough to keep a hipster's jeans safely around his hips. $4.25 will buy some more vitamins, in the form of a specialty slice topped with a veggie and/or meat combo. A soggy $5 calzone is worth it only if you need to fulfill your RDA of grease, but 7 smackers will buy a bona fide hot meal, like chicken cutlets or tortelloni, albeit on a disposable plate. All of this affordable nourishment is available late into the night, so starving artists, as well as crowds of drunken bar-goers, can fuel up whenever inspiration strikes.For Kids
Everything is served on disposable plates so the kids can drop, spill, and tip, and you won't be embarrassed.
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