It's easy to be spoiled when it comes to pizza here in the New York City metropolitan market. From small hole-in-the-wall pizzerias in Manhattan to suburban mom-and-pop shops to major national chains, we certainly don't lack options when it comes to pizza. It seems that operators in the market understand this, too, and are working to add convenience to their stores in order to gain more market share.
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