Thursday, March 11, 2010

New York Pizza in Ocala

24 comments:

Lois said...

It sounds good! I think I still prefer Chicago style pizza though.

Leif Hagen said...

Allison and I would have enjoyed pizza with you here but ...ha!

nopham said...

Is this a drive by taking picture?

nopham said...

Stop by and have pizza with us on my blog!

magiceye said...

the ambience is great. hows the pizza?!

Lily Hydrangea said...

is it really as good as NY's? or is it better?
: )

Small City Scenes said...

Very classy joint. Pizza would be good. MB

uncertainhorizon said...

looks yummy.

Olivier said...

c'est quoi la difference entre une pizza new-york et une pizza d'Ocala ?

tapirgal said...

Thanks for the bit of palm tree up there in the left. It sure adds to the rectangular stucco. It also echoes the shadow of the palm - very nice!

Saretta said...

New York pizza? Saretta sniffs with disdain! What can that possibly be like? Nothing like the real Italian thing, I'm sure! ;-)

Wolynski said...

Yes, but is it any good? Looks pretty though.

VP said...

I don't know much of how is elsewhere in the States, but New York pizza was quite good, even for Italian standards.

brattcat said...

I'll take mine with mushrooms and onions, please.

Dianne said...

hey! yo! I know Vito!! he lived on duh corner wid his mudder and fadder ;)

Daryl said...

I love pizza, I think if I had to chose one food to have on a desert island it would be pizza .. however, since the water outside NY is hard, the dough on pizza (and bagels) is never the same as it is here ... and now you've made me want some for lunch ... OY

Jarart said...

Ya gotta have NY pizza, where ever you live!

B SQUARED said...

Large, extra sausage with mushrooms and onion, please.

Bibi said...

I am a pizza lover, but the thick-crust kind...is that NY one?

Halcyon said...

I like Italian pizza the best. ;-)

Dan J. said...

The question is.... does it taste like New York pizza? I have never had anything like the pizza you get in the city. If you have that there.... you, my friend, are a lucky man.

Cezar and Léia said...

Pizza is a favourite in my hometown, Sao Paulo. Over a million are consumed daily!
God bless you!
Cezar

Birdman said...

... this reminds me... time for dinner!

bfarr said...

Glad this wasn't a slice of pie. I am starving.

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