Mall shoppers and weary travelers refuel at this food court mainstay for quick, affordable Italian cuisine.. In Short Founded as an Italian grocery in 1959 Brooklyn, this family-owned chain has since morphed into the world's largest shopping mall-based eatery, with additional locations in airports, train stations and college campuses. On-the-go diners line up cafeteria style around exhibition kitchens to choose from ready-made, New York-style pizza slices, calzones, garlic knots and Neapolitan standards, such as lasagna, chicken parmigiana and baked ziti. Most locations offer communal seating in a casual, bus-your-own-table setting.
Best authentic Slice.
I'm always bewildered when Sbarro doesn't make the lists of the "foodie's" top slice. If you want REAL New York Pizza and want to eat amoungst REAL New Yorkers... look no further than your Mall food court, or this hidden little gem off the beaten path in an area called The Madison Square Garden food concession.
If you are willing to travel to the hidden nooks and crannies of New York, then check out this place right near a great burger spot called McDonalds. FUGETTABOUDIT
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