Harlem has a new pizza joint.
Rosa Pizza, a Queens-based chain founded in 1975, just opened its doors in the old Moca Lounge space at 2210 Frederick Douglass Boulevard and W 119th Street.
The pie spot, which had its grand opening on Tuesday, was offering free slices of pizza to celebrate.
The pizzeria is known for its upside-down Sicilian, featuring cheese on the bottom and sauce on the top, plus traditional round pies with a wide variety of toppings like spinach & ricotta and buffalo chicken.
The Harlem location has plenty of indoor seating, including a row of small booths along one side, plus a menu with wine and beer.
Hours are 11am to 10pm daily.
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