First Look at 900 Degrees, Now Serving Neapolitan, Roman, and NYC Pizzas

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As promised, the folks behind San Francisco’s popular Tony’s Pizza Napoletana opened 900 Degrees this week, and it’ll be open seven days a week for lunch (starting at 11 a.m.) and dinner (from 6 p.m. till 1 a.m.). In addition to the Neapolitan, Roman, New York, and “Americana”-style pizzas we told you about earlier, there’s a selection of antipasti, salads, pasta, and of course the option of meatballs on the side. The menu you can see below doesn’t make mention of liquor, but rest assured there’s a full bar at your service, and you can chase your whiskey with Mexican Coke. Take a look at our slideshow to see the open pizza station’s dueling ovens.

900 Degrees Menu [PDF]

900 Degrees, 29 Seventh Ave. S., at Morton and Bedford Sts.; 212-989-9880