With the thin crusts and all the memorabilia hanging from the walls, this place is as close to the Big Apple as you’ll find on Stevens Creek Boulevard. Any place that posts mug shots of customers who’ve been 86ed is worth the price of admission alone.
Started by a former Silicon Valley techie, A Slice of New York brings more than just a slice of the Big Apple to the South Bay. It's the whole pie. There's great thin-crust pizza, of course, as well as calzones, strombolis and meatball sandwiches.
This no-nonsense pizza joint does everything right: The crust is thin and crisp with just enough chewiness in the right places. The tomato sauce is tart and flavorful and applied with restraint and the rich, chewy mozzarella cheese ties it all togther.
2009 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - First Place
Best Pizza Independent
Here's the truth about New York pizza, and trust us, we know what we're talking about, OK? The truth is, there's nothing to it. California pizza is decorated with zany combinations and sauces whatever. New York pizza is good dough, good cheese and good sauce. Period. Some pepperoni, some sausage, some mushrooms, fine. You want fancy pizza? Go somewhere else. You want real pizza? This is the place.
2009 - Best Pizza Wave Magazione Readers Choice
2009 - Best Pizza San Jose Mercury News
2008 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - First Place
2008 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - Third Place
2007 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY
Best New Restaurant
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