There are quite a few renditions of cheese slices at Roma Pizza in Brooklyn's Park Slope: plain cheese, Sicilian cheese, the thinner-crusted square Grandma, the fresh mozzarella slice. That last one ($2.50) was my favorite by far.
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So we're cheating a little bit this week, since the block between 6th and 7th Avenues on Bleecker is technically subdivided into 4 smaller blocks due to the off-grid street intersections. It's still somewhat of a pizza hot spot in the city though, with three New York joints (Joe's, Bleecker, and ZPizza), a Neapolitan pie joint (Kesté), a Roman pizza spot (Roma), and the New York-Neapolitan pie restaurant John's. But we're interested in one thing: who makes the best order-by-the-slice pizza?