On my lunch break today, I ventured once more into downtown, this time to grab some lunch at a href=”http://www.eddieandsamspizza.com/”Eddie and Sam’s/a. I’ve heard rave reviews, both via the a href=”http://nealesa.blogspot.com/2010/08/eddie-and-sams-ny-style-pizza.html”blogosphere/a and word of mouth, and since pizza is a food I could eat everyday until the day I die, I had to try it out.br /br /Eddie and Sam’s specializes in New York-style pizza, and New York is a prominent theme in the restaurant’s decor: the long wall on the right-hand side has pictures of the city, the Brooklyn Bridge, and other landmarks. The restaurant itself is long and narrow, but cozy–and also extremely crowded during the lunchtime rush.br /br /My co-workers and I got the lunch special, two slices of cheese pizza and a soda for $5.99, a deal well worth the money. The pizza slices are HUGE, and I was stuffed by the time I finished eating. Eddie and Sam’s also offers other types of pizza, such as white pizza and margherita pizza, as well as bread sticks and some delicious-looking buttery garlic knots (priced at 50 cents!).br /br /I thought the pizza was delicious, if a little greasy (I had to dab some of it off before I ate it), and the prices were pretty reasonable. I can definitely see why Eddie and Sam’s is popular, and am planning on going back to try a slice of one of the specialty pizzas as well as one of those garlic knots. Mmmmmm.