Day 3 of the Pizza-a-day Plan:
HOME SLICE PIZZA (1415 S. Congress) bills itself as "authentic New York style pizza," but I don't hold that against it. :-).
They don't deliver to where I live, so accompanied by illustrator (and admiral in the Texas Navy) Mark G. Mitchell, I made my way south. After about a fifteen minute wait, we were seated at a comfortable booth that could probably have accommodated six.
We ordered the house salad and a medium (14 inch) sausage, mushroom, and green pepper pizza. Salad was delivered promptly and was significantly larger than I was expecting (it filled a standard dinner plate). Quite a good Italian dressing, as well.
The pizza arrived after about twenty-five minutes and was worth the wait. The crust was thin and crisp, but not so brittle that it would fall apart when bent. Ingredients were fresh and flavorful and abundant, completely covering the top of the pizza so that no bite didn't include all three toppings.
I have no basis for opining on whether the pizza was a genuine "New York style" one, but regardless, it was an excellent pizza-shaped object. :-).
Now if I could just get them to deliver...