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While some people insist that Vinnie's Pizzeria has the best slice of pizza in Manhattan, they're only half right. The crust is everything a New York-style thin crust should be: crisp on the bottom, soft and doughy at the edges. But the layer of cheese on top is unexpectedly, and disappointingly, thick. Through thick and thin, though, a Vinnie's slice—often straight from the oven—outshines the triangles at most by-the-slice joints. The mod concrete-floored interior outdoes the decor at other quickie pizzerias, too. Instead of ordering in, you might even want to park yourself in an aqua-blue chair and order chicken parmigiana or a fresh brick-oven personal pie, topped with anything from prosciutto to arugula.Recommended Dishes
Personal pizza rustica, $9
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