Rainy Day Pizza

Photo from numero28.com

I was meeting a friend for lunch today and felt like some good comfort food. My coworker suggested Pizzeria Numero 28, describing it as the best pizza in the city.

We walked through a drizzly rain in the West Village to get to the restaurant. With the wet weather, we opted for one of their indoor tables (we had our pick). The prices weren’t that great for even their smallest pizza (around $15), so we decided to split a 14 inch Buffalo mozzarrella, tomato, basil pie.  The pizza didn’t take long to arrive and it was delicious. Fresh and perfect with awesome crust. We could have easily split a larger pie, since I devoured my half so quickly.

I’m not sure that it really was the best pizza in the city (there’s a lot of ridiculously good pizza places), but I would say it’s up there. Definitely a good lunch for a rainy Friday.

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