Singas Famous Pizza
Nearby Subway Stops
7 at Flushing-Main St.
- No Alcohol
Kissena Blvd. to Roosevelt Ave., Parsons Blvd. to Main St.
Instead of the traditional triangle served at most corner joints, Singas Famous Pizza breaks suit with round, 10-inch pies. That unorthodox shape and the owner’s Greek origins might seem surprising for a chain established circa 1967; with several locations in New Jersey, five in Queens, and one in Brooklyn, no one’s complaining. Toppings are more comprehensive than what you’d expect from the no-frills décor. Aside from the ubiquitous sausage and pepperoni there’s also chicken Alfredo and cauliflower. Just don’t weigh your pie down with too many veggies: The buttery crust is one of Singas’ singular accomplishments.Recommended Dishes
Green peppers pizza, $6.75
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