If you’re looking for pizza in Forest Hills, go to Nick’s. It’s a neighborhood spot with formica tables and vinyl booths, and it serves crispy thin-crust pies topped with fresh mozzarella. You can also get flattened calzones that are sort of like big grilled cheese sandwiches, and you definitely want one of those in addition to your pizza. Share everything with a group (they don’t do slices).
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