Japanese vs. NYC Pizza

04Dec07

Scan of Japanese menu courtesy greggman.com and Google image search.

JapanProbe.com has a funny article (with pic and video) of the new winter special pizza by Domino’s in Japan. Although some were commenting on how gross it looked, I got used to strange Japanese pizza (tuna, mayonaise, and corn) and came to love it. Now, oddly, I kind of miss it, although I love a good NYC slice.

In NYC, my favorite’s of course Carmine’s on Graham Ave. right off the L Train in Brooklyn. Amazing slices in the old, still very Italian, neighborhood. Very Brooklynesque service.

There’s also many Ray’s pizza stores, which according to Wikipedia,  are not related.  The name’s become so ubiquitious that it sparked a “Not Ray’s Pizza” store in south Brooklyn.

Carmine’s on Graham Ave. in Williamsburg.

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