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Di Fara - Saturday afternoon lines?

uptown | Dec 6, 200712:18 PM     34

After reading many posts about the best pizza in the city, I've concluded I must eat at Di Fara's. But I've also read much about the chaotic lines (or lack thereof) and a potentially long, long wait for a pie. My schedule does not allow for a weekday visit. I’d like to go on Saturday, sometime after 12:00 noon and before 3:00. Let me admit to being somewhat impatient and definitely unwilling to kill time outdoors when it’s 35 degrees. Should I wait until warm spring weather for a Saturday lunch? Or can I get a pie within say 40 minutes of arrival in that 12:00 – 3:00 time frame?

If the consensus is I should expect a long line and postpone until the spring, what should I do for plan “B”?

Lucali?
Totonno (Coney Island location)?

Someplace else?

Thanks!

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