A small, slightly dimly-lit pizzeria that will make you believe that they are a branch of a chain set up by a Napolitan who settled down in New York. If true, it has little in common with its overseas operations; the choice of dishes has a heavy local bias of vegetarian fare, with very little space devoted to the pizzas. Mind you, they are nowhere like the original; these ones have slightly banal toppings. Mulberry Street Pizza consisted of feta, spinach and mozzarella and was a curious combination, not identifiable as Italian.
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