Pizza Truck NYC – New York, NY

by PizzaSnobo on November 8, 2010

Corner of 14th Street and Union Square West
http://www.pizzatrucknyc.com

They are not always there or always open, but your best bet to find the Pizza Truck is to go to the south west corner of Union Square. The Pizza Truck says they will also travel to a location where you are having a party. We suggest they take a ride up to Cornell University in Ithaca to try the food from the Hot Truck, a similar concept that has some of the best French bread pizza around.

At $1 per slice, the NYC Pizza Truck falls into the category of “you get what you pay for.” Think of this pizza as the equivalent of what you find at a college cafeteria, maybe slightly better. The slices are small but there is plenty of sweet sauce and a small amount of cheese. The crust cracks and crumbles on the fold. The texture is puffy with limited flavor, as if this pizza was made partially out of air.

It’s worth trying once to satisfy your curiosity, but that single slice might fail to hit the spot. Instead, walk a couple of blocks south to Stromboli on University Place, which probably has the best slice in the vicinity.



Corner of 14th Street and Union Square West

http://www.pizzatrucknyc.com













They are not always there or always open, but your best bet to find the Pizza Truck is

to go to the south west corner of Union Square. The Pizza Truck says they will also

travel to a location where you are having a party. We suggest they take a ride up to

Cornell University in Ithaca to try the food from the Hot Truck, a similar concept

that has some of the best french bread pizza around.

At $1 per slice, the NYC Pizza Truck falls into the category of “you get what you pay

for.” Think of this pizza as the equivalent of what you find at a college cafeteria,

maybe slightly better. The slices are small but there is plenty of sweet sauce and a

small amount of cheese. The crust cracks and crumbles on the fold. The texture is

puffy with limited flavor, as if this pizza was made partially out of air.

It’s worth trying once to satisfy your curiousity, but that single slice might fail to

hit the spot. Instead, walk a couple of blocks south to Stromboli on University Place,

which probably has the best slice in the vicinity.

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