Sauce Pizzeria is a counter-service spot in the East Village from the same owner as Sauce, the Italian restaurant on the LES. The pizza here has a chewy, thin crust, and you can get slices, full pies, and individual dipping sauces that come on the side. They get creative with some of the toppings - and although it might sound gimmicky, the al pastor pie with pineapple sauce is actually pretty good. If you’re in the East Village and want a quick sit-down meal that’s not too expensive, it’s worth stopping by here.
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Here’s the good news: If you like the idea of eating various pig parts in some sort of spicy chili sauce, you’re going to love this joint. Jeepney is Maharlika’s second East Village restaurant, and this one is a take on a Filipino gastropub.
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