Opened by Nunzio Trivoluzzo in 1943, this beachside shack used to be pink, but a 2002 overhaul turned the exterior disappointingly beige. In spite of the diminution of visual appeal, the thin-crusted slice shotgunned with tiny cubes of mozzarella and sluiced with a tomato sauce featuring black pepper remains a Staten Island treasure. Some say this is where the first slice was sold.
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