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Boy do I Love Pizza.
Could it be the greatest invention since sliced bread ?
Or may be the bread was sliced then cheese and sauce were added immediately afterwards.
Its not evident when exactly pizza was invented some sources say it was the meal of peasants for years in Italy
and  throughout  the Mediterranean
Italy, Greece and Egypt, probably very different in each location.
But it does'nt matter who invented pizza - ( might have been Raffaelle Esposito of Naples in 1889)  what counts is
that it is here for people to enjoy, and Americans do love thier pizza,  at last count it looks like we are eating 350
slices per second here in the United States and god knows how many slices and pies are being consumed
globally.
And who can blame us! Its delicious!!  The perfect blend of cheese dough olive oil, garlic, spices and sauce
baked to perfection and served piping hot, the cheese dripping from the perfectly baked dough.
Have you ever noticed how pizza tastes different in every new restaurant you try it in ?
Its the ingredients for sure, one pizzeria get thier cheese here another gets their dough there.
But no matter if its made in New York its usually fantastic, youve heard about the water quality here have'nt you?
Well the same go's for bagels. But there are levels of deliciousness and Nino's Pizza In Bay Ridge Brooklyn
is at the highest level. A family business thats been passed down for generations Ninos is probably one of the
most authentic pie's you can get in New York. Known all over the city for the Gran Mama Pizza which is a cracker
thin crust and always fresh.
In fact you can be sure that the food at Ninos will be fresh as people drive in from Staten Island and New Jersey
among other boruoghs
to dine on their fabulous Italian  - straight from  the old country style of pizza making.
In the mood for pizza ? Want to try pizza the way its supposed to be eaten then go to
Ninos in Bay Ridge Brooklyn 9110 3rd Avenue Brooklyn New York 11209 718-680-0222.
Its a zee besta!!    
Ninos Pizza
Bay Ridge Brooklyn
718-680-0222
718-680-4608