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Nolita

Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Nolita, Bonifacio High Street Central:
Nolita is slowly climbing the popularity ladder, offering a unique pizza joint with a New York feel.
Inside, the black walls and ceiling is adopts the modern, NY subway ambiance, with pipe lightings on the wall and numerous ceiling droplights.
The striking orange lights and orange-y counter radiates a rugged ambiance with self-service ordering. Customers should make their pizza orders from the pizza counter to the 'pizza guys'. These would be their larger-than-the-plate pizza slices.
Relaxed seating areas. Wall mirrors to expand the place and double the bulb sparkles.
A few framed photos for a pop of color
A little exposed, but appreciated. A wash basin is provided, placed in between the ordering counter and a seating area.
Nolita's line of brews
Their humongous pizzas. Each slice goes for about Php250 each.
Cannoli: Php100
Chicken Parmesan Pizza Slice: Php250
The no-fuss, fast track pizza joint offers more than just pizza slices. Nolita is Italian after all. We tried their cannoli, which has the authentic cannoli ingredients of orange zest, some pistachio crumbles, and chocolate droplets. The taste is rich and bursts in your mouth, in a really good way. One serving would be enough, though. Too creamy.
The pizza we tried was delicious and filling. Worth Php250 a pop? Maybe.
Nolita also serves burgers, sandwiches, salads, soups, house cocktails, and beers. And if you dine al fresco, you face the modernly landscaped and strategically lit garden of BHSC.

Nolita
7th Ave. corner 29th St. South
Bonifacio High Street Central 
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