Friday, July 24, 2009

I'm doing the world a public service. So consider this a PSA.

The world needs to know about Adrienne's Pizza Bar. Located on Stone Street in Lower Manhattan, nestled among several other restaurants, lies what's arguably the best pizza available Downtown, and even the whole borough of Manhattan.

Adrienne's specializes in grandma-style pies. Made on a large sheet pan, this sicilian-style (but thinner) pizza can easily feed 3-4 people. It costs $16.50 for a plain cheese, but toppings (if you chose any) add a few more bucks. Typically, when my friend M and I go to Adriennes, order a pie with 2 toppings (eggplant and mushroom) and have 2 glasses of wine for $33 each. And we both have leftovers to eat for lunch the next day.

Here is what we had yesterday:

And because my Blackberry takes horrible pictures, here are some more mouth-watering pictures from the web.

The best thing, though, is that during the spring and summer, all of the restaurants on Stone Street (named such because of its cobblestone walkway) set up outdoor seating. It's a little haven in the middle of the Financial District.

1 comment:


    Uh oh. I think you should start a war with Midtown Lunch/Downtown Lunch.


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