Archies is a pizza place in Bushwick, and it’s sort of like a little clubhouse for the area around Jefferson L stop. There are only about six or seven tables as well a small bar where you place your orders, so it fills up pretty quickly. The pizzas here are sort of like a better, more grown-up version of Pizza Hut. And that’s a good thing. They make pan-style pies, which means the crust is thick and crispy, they use a lot of cheese, and the whole pie is perfectly round. And if you don’t want pizza, they also have pastas and sandwiches. They’re open until 4am every night except Sunday.
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