|Most every neighborhood in New York could hang this sign.|
One of the benefits of working all over New York City is the glorious opportunity I get to try all different types of pizza, a food for which I have an affinity. Since I spend an ample amount of time working in
Queens, I’m always searching for appetizing establishments, and eventually spread my opinions to the masses through written word. I recently discovered a terrific Queens pizza spot in Flushing, and I’ve had the pleasure of frequenting another top locale in Central Queens over the years.
|A mouthwatering New York slice at its best.|
Lucia doesn’t have any table seating, just counter space with stools, and it’s limited to approximately five spots. But the pizza is so downright delicious, that you won’t mind at all. In fact, I fancy the slices so much that I would include it as one of my new Queens’ preferred pizza destinations.
If you’re looking for something a little sweet to top off your meal, try one of Lucia’s tasty Italian ices.
|I’ll take a house pepperoni pie to go, please.|
John’s Pizzeria & Restaurant, 83-40 Parsons Blvd.
usual Neapolitan. However, every taste is covered. If you’re a genuine carnivore, there’s the meat pizza, loaded with calorie-dense, appetite-pleasing pepperoni, sausage, ham, meatball, bacon and extra cheese.
|Vegetarians can get their fix with this pizza at John’s.|
But if you lie on the other end, the Vegetarian Pizza –– mushrooms, onions, peppers, tomatoes, olives & broccoli –– will suit your plant-eating ways to a tee. The veggies are generously heaped on top of a thin
crust to help give you the delusion that you might be eating a little healthier.