Every neighborhood has a great slice shop. For Inwood, that’s Pizza Palace. It’s a run of the mill, cash-only, pizza place, and both the triangle and Sicilian pies here are nearly perfect. We like the classic cheese and pepperoni slices best, but the Sicilian crust is practically invisible under a layer of melted mozzarella and that’s just how we like it.
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