Much has been made of the sit-down restaurant named Angelo's, but here's a pitch for the pizza joint with the same name next door. One look at the display of slices &emdash; the cheese-sagging triple-thick Sicilian and, especially, the grandma pie, with a slightly thinner crust than the Sicilian, supporting a wealth of fresh mozzarella concealed beneath the dark chunky sauce persuaded us to forgo the fancier place. Also recommended are the eggplant roll and the trim cheesy Neapolitan pie, especially when outfitted with Italian sausage and extra garlic. Four of us demolished it in five minutes flat.
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