Trapizzino is a street-food chain in Rome, and this is the first location in NYC. What they do is a triangle of pizza dough stuffed with an Italian dish like chicken cacciatore. They also make risotto balls, but that isn’t why you come here. Just get a trapizzino or two, then eat at a table inside or on one of the benches on Allen Street. One of these triangular sort-of-sandwiches will run you around $7, but you it’ll be more satisfying than a slice of pizza, and the fillings are fancier than plain cheese or pepperoni.