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    5 Pizza Spots In NYC That Are Open Until 4 A.M.

    We've got the hookup for your late night drunchie desires.

    Meet Dave and Erin.

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    They're friends who live in New York. When it's 3 a.m. and the drunchies hit, all they want is a hot slice of pizza.

    Luckily for them, NYC is ~crawling~ with pizza spots open late, so we found five open until at least 4 a.m. and had them take on our late-night pizza crawl to find some of the best slices in the city!

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    Stop 1: Joe's Pizza

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    This 'za spot is open until 4 a.m. every. day. of. the. week. And as Dave and Erin show, it's finger-kissing good pizza.

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    Stop 2: Artichoke Basille's

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    This popular spot is known for its famous creamy artichoke pizza. Dave was a big fan, mostly due to the fact that there was an actual vegetable gracing his slice.

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    Stop 3: Ben's Pizzeria

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    If you're stopping at Ben's, you've got to try the thick Sicilian-style slice they're known for. Dave and Erin commented on the delightful "cronch" of the crispy but thick crust.

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    Stop 4: Stromboli Pizza

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    Despite it being almost 5 a.m. and the streets of NYC being almost empty, Dave and Erin noted that this pizza still tasted fresh and delicious.

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    The night is still young! One more stop to go.

    Stop 5: East Village Pizza

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    The slice to get here is the pepperoni and jalapeño, which Dave and Erin claim is the "perfect spicy/savory combo." Plus just look at that cheese pull!

    So which spot are you hitting up on the your next night out?

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