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Which Fort Greene Slice Should Represent In Upcoming Pizza Throwdown With Park Slope

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We’re a relatively well-behaved group here in Fort Greene — or so they think…

I’t’s time to roll up our sleeves, because we’re going slice against slice with the Park Slope neighborhood.

Our sister site Park Slope Stoop has challenged Fort Greene Focus in a “slice to the finish.” We’re not sure how it’s going to end, but there may be tomato sauce and cheese all over the walls — because we’re not kidding around.

Here are the rules, because the readers are going to set the standard: All you need to do is vote for the one slice below that you think best represents our neighborhood. The slice that gets the most votes goes head to head with … that other neighborhood. Park Slope Stoop is asking their readers to do the same.

Then, it’s game on. Slice against slice.

We are assembling a group of taste testers who will settle the score. So consider this your pizza rallying cry. Vote below!

Now one other thing: we may not have added your favorite slice. Feel free to put it in a comment below and we’ll add your vote to the list. One vote per reader!

The voting deadline is Friday, June 17 at 6pm – so don’t delay. And let everyone know that their vote counts!

You know what to do…

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  1. Speedy Romeo’s is so overrated. I get it, it was in Girls. But aren’t those girls just arbiters of the mediocre?! 3 Luigi’s all the way. Tony’s Spot for a Sausage. I haven’t tried Emily’s but 3 Luigis is the best I’ve ever had.

  2. Glad to know Graziella does slices. Consider me surprised that Liberty ranks even lower than the cardboard of the Luv N Oven, my first exposure to Fort Greene pizza – fortunately things got better.

  3. I don’t get it. There are 2 different classifications of pizza places in this town: those that sell slices and those that sell their pizza by the pie ONLY. For the most part, the best pizza can’t be bought by the slice so it’s an entirely different competition to rate slices.

    If we’re talking best pizza, regardless of serving size then we need only put forth Emily and Speedy Romeo. I’ve had 5 of the others and these 2 are head and shoulders above the competition. However, they don’t sell by the slice so they really shouldn’t be on this list.

  4. Exactly. Speedy’s is practically a tourist destination like Magnolia cupcakes or whatever. Either of the Luigi’s would be better if we’re talking about by the slice places.

  5. Just had a Luigi’s slice today. Pretty darn good, on par with Antonio’s in Park Slope and My Little Pizzeria in Bklyn Heights. Graziella’s is probably the best overall I’ve had in FG/CH, but I cannot consider that “slice” pizza.

  6. This! Also, I think some types of pizza work much better as part of a pie while others make good, complete meals as slices.


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