Papa John’s served a Harlem resident a hot slice of racism, according to the New York post. When Minhee Cho, 24, ordered a pizza from the chain restaurant she was surprised to see that her receipt identified her using a racial slur referring to her eyes.
The restaurant was hit with 67 code violations last week by the city because of food storage temperatures and signs of mice and flies.
You could call it the “defense of pizza act” in congress — a measure designating the sauce on a slice as a veggie. Industry sources admit it is a move to keep pizza in the school lunch mix.
WCBS-FM’s Joe Causi, Brooklyn’s own “Man About Town” has taken on the tireless task of determining the best pizza in the Tri-State area.
New York City is known for, among other things, well, how do we say this, its scents – both the good and the bad.
The New York Yankees may have lost to the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday, but some kids from Haiti who lost just about everything were big winners as HOPE Week continued.
Harrison Democratic district leader Maria Polera has been charged with sending unauthorized pizzas to the home of the town’s mayor Joan Walsh for about a year.
For the past year, pizzas keep showing up at her house on almost on a weekly basis – pizzas she never ordered.
Bail remains at $1.5 million for a 19-year-old man charged in a drive-by shooting that killed an off-duty Newark police officer.
As loudspeakers broadcast a sermon onto a Newark sidewalk where hundreds of police officers stood at attention, a young girl’s wailing could be heard from inside the church: “I want my daddy back.”
The suspects reportedly range in age from 11-13. The incident took place at the Dreyfus Intermediate School as their fellow students were inside getting some after-school help.
According to court papers, Salvatore LaRosa and an accomplice followed the owners of Brothers Pizzeria home.
It’s called the “Day After Thanksgiving” pizza and it’s stuffed with all of your favorite Thanksgiving dinner ingredients for a unique taste you won’t find in your neighborhood pizza joint.
Everyone knows that New York City bagels get their unique taste from city tap water. Now, a Florida Bagel store has tapped into a way to get the same flavor.
It’s harvest time in New York City.