When I visit Manhattan I usually avoid slice joints. Reheated pizza is nothing I want to waste my money on. But after reading a good review by Ryan Sutton about PQR, a new Roman pizzeria slice place on the UES, I decided to give it a go since we were up that way visiting the MET. Sutton waxed on about the Buffalo mozzarella slice, but although there were a variety of large pies sitting on the counter, none of them were the Buff, so my husband and I decided to get a couple regular cheese slices. After being cut by the staff with a knife, after a quick re-heat in the oven the slices were recut with scissors into squares. The crust was crisp and crunchy on the outside, airy on the inside, and we both liked it. The sauce and cheese were nothing special. Overall, a nice slice, no more, no less, but not rising to the level of pizza greatness.