slice at Mulberry Street made Our Favorite Pizza Poll (click
here for FaceBook Pizza Poll). I decided immediately this was
one slice I wasn't going to miss.
I hadn’t had a grandma slice in years. I regularly eat
Taco, Buffalo, Regular, Onions & Mushrooms and a few others
depending on who I’m
sharing a pie with and which restaurant we are dining at. Why
is the Grandma slice not on my regular list? I remember it .
. . . barely. =D
The day has come. Mulberry
St looks like any other Pizza Parlor from the outside. I enter
and my eye immediately
As a Sox fan I find myself in enemy territory. On the Tube
is a rerun of a 1977 Yankee World Series Game against the Dodgers.
I’m laughing inside and asking myself, have I entered
the Yankee Zone? The Twighlight Zone theme begins to play in
drowning out the Yankee game as I order one regular and one Grandma
I grab my slices and head
to an empty booth. The
Grandma looks a bit on the small side I must admit. I take
a bite. This is
How come I haven’t had one of these Grandma slices in so
long? I have another bite. Thankfully, it is just as good as
They all are. On my way home I am
thinking I’m going to
have to try some Grandma slices elsewhere. I am in need of a
base, a large comparison group. Excellent, any excuse to try
more pizza. Again,
Why do I not remember these Grandma Slices being sooo good?
Within a week I have the
Grandma slice at 3 other restaurants. They all have good Grandma
slices. None are quite as good as Mulberry
Mulberry Street Grandma slice was crispy. The tomato melted into
the cheese perfectly. The texture and quantities of ingredients
seemed to be just right. The Grandma slice has just made my top
5 favorite slices. I am going to be eating many more on a fairly
regular basis. Thanks to Mulberry
If you’re a
fan of the Grandma slice or The Yankees or both, Mulberry Street
is a must try.
I thanked my
face book friend for the Mulberry St. suggestion. He told me
he has been an expert
What? The Yankees game was ’77.
There goes the TZ theme again . . .