A Bit More About the Di Fara Price Hike


The Post has an article questioning the price hike at Di Fara: earlier this month, the famed Brooklyn pizzeria announced it would charge $5 for a plain slice. The cost for a Di Fara slice (previously $4) is reportedly the highest in the city; it’s rare to find a slice selling for more than $2.75, and even rarer to find people willing to pay more for their daily fix. But as the article points out, the increase — which owner Dom DeMarco attributes to a spike in the cost of ingredients — is unlikely to put off the Di Fara faithful, who travel far and wide to make the journey to their Midwood mecca.

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on July 27, 2009


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