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Sac's Place exterior, Astoria, Queens

[Photographs: Adam Kuban]

Dear Slice, Letters From Our ReadersSac's Place in Astoria. Goin' there for lunch today with one friend. i can't download the menu b/c of some plug-in problem. Any recs?

Chichi


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Dear Chichi,

Probably avoid anything with too many toppings. Sac's is already a bit heavy on sauce and cheese and has some sogginess issues. Other than that, go for what you normally like on a pizza! Most people already have the knowledge of what to order contained within them!

See if you can split a whole pie cooked-to-order. Here's a photo of a Sac's Place pepperoni pie ...

Hasta la pizza,
Adam

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Thanks, Adam! We'll go for a whole pie cooked to order, in the coal oven, I presume.

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Chichi,

Yeah. I think they do all the pies in the coal oven. At least all the whole pies, but ask just to be sure.

I think they use the gas oven for reheats of slices from slice pies cooked in the coal oven. Weird system.

Happy chew year!
Adam

Sac's Place

2541 Broadway, Astoria NY 11106 (at 29th Street; map)
718-204-5002; sacsplace.com

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