A pizza place called Sforno will be having its grand opening on Thursday November 5 (they soft-opened on October 12). Sforno is located at 2393 Broadway, between 87th and 88th Streets (formerly home to Hot & Crusty).
From 12pm – 8pm on November 5, Sforno will be giving free pizza to frontline workers from the surrounding hospitals, doctor’s offices and urgent care facilities, in addition to police officers, fire fighters and EMTs. The only requirement is proof with ID.
They will also be selling $1 pizza and a fountain soda to the general public.
Here’s Sforno’s full menu:
If the “specialty pies” section caught your eye, here’s a look at Sforno’s Nutella pizza (which can come with strawberries and bananas):
And their gluten-free, vegan cauliflower pie:
Carb-fans can get excited about Sforno’s pastas, as they are served in freshly baked crusts (they have a children’s option as well).
Here’s a look at their penne alla vodka (looking pretty great in that crust).
The menu also comes with standard issue heroes and salads, garlic bread, wings and mozzarella sticks.
Some other interesting pizzas include a grilled chicken caesar, “salad pie” with fresh mozzarella, rigatoni vodka and a chicken bacon ranch.
For updates, follow Sforno on Instagram and bookmark their website.
More new and soon-to-open spots on the UWS.
It looks like SFORNO does not offer single slices, too cheap. I probably won’t bother patronizing this restaurant.
Before this place spends any more money on menus, they should let the printer know it’s spelled “Heroes”, not “Hero’s” within this particular context.
Please serve fresh pizza and not pies that look like they’ve been sitting around for hours.
Why are these comments always lit…what happen to welcoming new small businesses? It’s either complaining about large companies killing small business or small business not being good enough…chill out