Roll & Go opened up in our old neighborhood at the former location of a Subway sandwich shop.
This is by far one of the largest dollar pizza joints around.
Not only is the space large, but so is the menu. I guess you can say this is a restaurant rather than a dollar pizza joint… I mean, look at the selections here. Even rotisserie chicken!
You might think that with all of these choices they wouldn’t have good pizza, since they’re spread too thin into other cuisines, but you’d be wrong. Let me tell you, this was one of the best slices for a buck that I’ve ever eaten.
It was crispy, had some good cheese and sauce on top, and the crust was thicker than cardboard, had some air in it for softness, but still came with that necessary crunch. Total victory here.
ROLL & GO
New York, NY 10013
This here is a little dollar pizza joint on Lex near 24th Street. The sauce was a little overly herbed and sweet, but the crust was pretty damn good for a dollar joint. Cheese was fine – just that sauce needed a little work.
PICK & PAY
30 Lexington Ave
New York, 10010
Two Bros. Pizza is a chain category three pizza joint (dollar slices) that has locations all over Manhattan. I recently stopped into the one on 9th Avenue & 40th Street and I was pretty amazed at how good it was for a buck. It was a little thicker in the crust department than I usually like, and not as crisp, but this was a fresh-out-of-the-oven slice, so that might be why. It was the right amount of doughy, it had a good sauce-to-cheese ratio, and it packed good flavor. Definitely stop in.
2 BROS. PIZZA
542 9th Ave
New York, NY 10018
Strolled past this little dollar joint and gave their shit a try. It was pretty good. Great crispy crust, thin. Decent cheese and sauce. I think this place is solid but right around the corner is Percy’s, which I think is a little better.
Nice thing about tho splice: $2 draft beers!
SLICE & CO. PIZZA
95 MacDougal St
New York, NY 10012