Five Points Pizza East
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Best New York style pizza in Nashville, if love pizza don't miss this East Nashville favorite.
Hands down the best pizza shop in town. Located in, where else, Five Points!
This is the best place to get authentic New York style pizza on the east side of town. You can get it by the slice or you can order whole pies, stromboli, salads & appetizers. Pizza is served from a window until 3am on weekends, which is great for the East Nashville bar crowd. We love the garlic…
Best pizza in town. They have a restaurant and the slice window is open until 3am on weekends.
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