New Dollar Pizza Joint on Orchard Unveils Signage

Posted on: October 1st, 2012 at 11:18 am by
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Salt in the wound. Or should we say sauce?

That new 99-cent pizza joint we first reported back in May is a step closer to reality. The baby-blue signage of bargain bin Bonnie’s New York, which vacated 117 Orchard Street in August 2009, is now obscured by some cheap banner signage. Sorta like what you might see near Penn Station. Interior renovations have been underway for a couple months after a period of little action.

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The advent of dollar pizza is surely a sign of the ever-worsening nightlife scene on the Lower East Side. Even the relatively tame Orchard Street is becoming unbearable. And drunken pie-holes need to be stuffed at ungodly hours with cheap garbage, no?

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