We've already written about Pizza Roma, the first American outpost of a Barcelona-based chain, on Bleecker Street. As of a few weeks ago, their square slices are now sold at the pizza station of New York's Whole Foods on the Bowery.
Three kinds are available: Margherita, Zucchini, and the Patate. As at their shop, we preferred the two white pies to the Margherita, whose sauce I find a bit sweet. In both of the sauceless pies, the cheeses seem to fuse into the dough with the help of ample olive oil; thinly sliced zucchini (in one case) and potatoes (in the other) both integrate well, a part of the pizza rather than thick chunks stranded on top.
All three of those "double" slices together cost $8, and could each make for a light meal or hefty snack; by the standards of the neighborhood and by those of Whole Foods, a pretty solid deal. Not convinced? They've been occasionally offering samples, so stop by and decide for yourself.
Bowery Whole Foods
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