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Rizzo's is known throughout the City for its thin-crust Sicilian slice, a beautifully composed tableau with rectangles of creamy, slightly browned and crisp mozzarella floating atop a deep-red pool of tangy, garlic-infused sauce sprinkled with a heap of Parmesan and Romano, sharp and salty. Most Sicilian slices are thick, doughy affairs that are meals unto themselves. But at Rizzo's, a single crisp Sicilian slice will quickly lead to another.