Stanton Pizza

Are there Too Many Pizzerias on the Lower East Side?

Posted February 13, 2014 at 6:08 am

With parlors aplenty, the Lower East Side isn’t really known for its quality pizza options. For awhile there, Rosario’s arguably had the best slice, but that honor was relinquished years ago. Stanton Pizza still has some of the best pizza, yet lost a bit of mojo since re-branding as part of the Square Pizza franchise. […]

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Stanton Pizza Rebranded as ‘Square Pizza’ & Expands to Clinton Street

Posted January 10, 2014 at 6:03 am

We experienced a near meltdown last week while en route to Stanton Pizza. The parlor was closed for a paint job and some basic remodeling (you know, swapping the cliche gangster movie posters). Easily the best slice on the Lower East Side, we feared the worst. However, the new face inside assured us that the […]

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New Pizza Joint Opening at 151 Ludlow

Posted December 13, 2012 at 6:48 am

The south store of 151 Ludlow had been a haven for numerous boutiques over the years, but its function is now transitioning to meet the apparent demand for more pizza.

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East Broadway Pizza Now Serving at 181 East Broadway

Posted October 22, 2012 at 6:48 am

Stanton Pizza has the best slice in the neighborhood. Hands down. And now they’re expanding.

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“Real Pizza of New York” App Released to the Mobile Masses

Last modified August 4, 2011 at 8:59 pm

Searching for the perfect slice in this town is always a needle-in-the-haystack experience. Of course, there’s an app for that!

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Stanton Pizza Now Open at 127 Stanton Street

Posted August 17, 2010 at 6:18 am

Preparations and renovations are complete, as Stanton Pizza is now serving at 127 Stanton Street. The pizza parlor opened on Friday afternoon with bunches of “good luck” balloons, and has since littered the neighborhood with its menus.

New Pizza Parlor Opening Soon at 127 Stanton

Last modified August 15, 2010 at 11:16 am

In November 2008, the Dulcinée vintage boutique shop at 127 Stanton Street closed its doors for the greener pastures of internet sales.  The storefront remained dormant with requisite “for rent” signs inviting new business.  And one finally took the bait.