A New York pizzeria is going big with its two-foot-long slice of pizza. The slice, which can feed a small family, goes for $10 at Pizza Barn in Yonkers, a neighborhood institution that has been around since 1975. The “Super Slice” is no doubt a belly filler on its own, but those who are truly brave can take things up a notch with the pizza shop’s creative toppings. The menu includes a cheeseburger and fries slice, which is literally topped with fries, and a chicken bacon ranch slice along with some more classic options, including pepperoni, bacon and Hawaiian. Want to get your hands on one of these giant slices? Be prepared to wait on line. “Due to the overwhelming popularity of the #superslice, there can be a longer than expected wait for your order,” Pizza Barn posted on its website. The restaurant also advises customers to get in line by 8 p.m. to avoid being turned away. Do you think you can handle the Super Slice? See below for photos.
To celebrate National Pizza Day, Lauren Scala headed to three of the city's newest pizza shops.