OK, OK. To add further confusion to the "which Ray's is the original Ray's" mix,* eight of the various Famous Original Ray's locations are rolling back prices to celebrate 45 years of "serving New Yorkers."
Tomorrow (Tuesday, September 29) between the hours of 11 a.m. and midnight at the following Famous Original Ray's, regular slices and Sicilian slices will be 45¢. Each topping per slice is 45¢, and cans of Pepsi are 45¢.
204 Ninth Avenue (22nd/23rd); 831 Seventh Avenue (53rd); 736 Seventh Avenue (49th); 462 Columbus Avenue (82nd); 1710 Broadway (55th); 250 East Houston Street (Avenue A); 195 East Houston Street (Orchard Street); 1530 Old Country Road, Westbury, Long Island. [via Scott's Pizza Tours]
*In all the reading I've done, it seems that the Ray's Pizza on Prince Street is the original Ray's Pizza. It was opened in 1959 by Ralph Cuomo.
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