Scene, Week August 30, 2012

Photo by Tequila Minsky


Nowadays, a coal delivery, down the chute, is a rare sight in New York City. But a Bushwick, Brooklyn, company that gets its coal from Pennsylvania still delivers to 26 restaurants, all pizza places, 16 of which are in Manhattan. The pizzerias — like John’s Pizza on Bleecker St., getting supplied, above — use it for their coal-burning ovens.

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