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2013_luigis_%21234.jpgBrooks of Sheffield shines a light on one Luigi's, a tiny little pizzeria near Pratt that he's been going to for decades. Brooks writes: "[T]here's not another pizzeria for blocks. So Liugi's pies don't have to be good. But the pies actually are quite good. Every slice I've had there has been hot, gooey, tangy and flavorful. Not too doughy, either. A nice think crust. It's a well-above-average New York slice. They also don't gouge." [Lost City]

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