Maybe your idea of fun involves spreadsheets and lists, but when you’ve made enough decisions for the day, go to Zoli’s, where all you have to answer is square or circle. And if even that’s too much, know that the thinner crust on the New York-style, round pizzas is the way to go. The Lady Marmalade - cheese pizza with soppressata marmalade - and the Christian Pescroni with double pepperoni and jalapeno pesto are two of the best, and while Brussels sprouts might not be the first thing you associate with pizza night, here they’re covered in bacon marmalade, called Lil B*stards, and are a must order.
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