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99 cents for a slice

41-10 49th Street (source Amit K.)

A new pizzeria that’s opening on 49th Street, across the street from Café Marlene and next to Florent’s, will be selling a slice of pizza for 99cents.

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  1. Wow! Awesome nofrills sign! Glad there’s yet another 99C store in Pennyside.

  2. 99 cent pizza with free delivery! You can’t beat that!

  3. Oh wait–look at the sign. The name of the store is trademarked?!

  4. special thanks to the CoC, BID, and Sunnyside Shines for attracting such a diverse and dynamic group of retailers and restauranteurs to Sunnyside this past year. bravo. bra. vo.

  5. I’m amazed any business of any type is willing to take a chance in this horrid economy.

  6. There are two of them in Manhattan. One off Grand Central and the other Port Authority. I guess they like the 7 train :)

  7. Not exactly the most creative name. Doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence in the product.

  8. 99 cent whores next? sunnyside’s gone to hell, thanks van bremer and sunnyside BID!!! How come Astoria can have real business and we can’t?

  9. It’s funny that they use a circle TM. A circle R can only be used after a mark has been registered with the US trademark office. Usually before officiall registration one will simply put the two letters TM or SM for a service mark.

    Maybe this is not federally registered and circle TM is something else.

    http://www.uspto.gov/faq/trademarks.jsp#_Toc275426682
    “If you claim rights to use a mark, you may use the “TM” (trademark) or “SM” (service mark) designation to alert the public to your claim of ownership of the mark, regardless of whether you have filed an application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). However, you may only use the federal registration symbol “®” after the USPTO actually registers a mark, and not while an application is pending.”

  10. I’m guessing “circle TM” is just a stylistic decision on the part of whoever designed the sign. Probably doesn’t mean anything other from a regular TM.

  11. They probably didn’t realize that R is circled, but TM is not. Ever since they misspelled “rigth” on the Queens BLVD grocer’s awning (by 40th street station) I just assume they’re not putting that much thought into things. BTW: you can still make out the correction on that awning – but it went uncorrected for nearly a year. Sad.

  12. as long as their pizzas are good i’m going! its basically a 1minute walk from my building. i hope we hear more news on this new pizzeria, rosario’s was good and i miss it. lets hope this one is just as good.

  13. I see the guys working on this place sometimes. You can see inside that there are still lots of tools, parts, and paint rollers lying around inside, so I don’t think they’re too close to opening yet.

  14. WENT IN THERE TODAY.. DID U KNOW THAT 99CENTS ACTUALLY MEANS A DOLLAR. STUPID.. ITS A PENNY AND THEY NEED IT THAT BADLY.. HOW DOES THE PLACE SAY 99CENTS AND SAY OK THATS A DOLLAR. THEY GOT THE DOLLAR AND LOST 98 CENTS ON THE NEXT SLICE CAUSE IM NOT RETURNING NOT FOR THE DOLLAR BUT THE POINT. U FEEL TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF.

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