I feel bad singling out Feraro's for a slice only, so consider this a blanket recommendation to enjoy Feraro's Jersey-style pies in any form you prefer, from a $2.50 plain cheese slice to one of the $20+ specialty pizzas. At any rate, I chose to go the slice route because there are so few places in St. Louis to get a decent slice, the ideal cheap lunch.
And the slices at Feraro's are far better than decent, the lightly chewy crust topped with the distinctly sweet sauce and a thick cap of cheese. Toppings are 75 cents each, and for all the love that this 100 Favorite Dishes series will shower on more ambitious pies from other pizzerias, my pizza pleasures are simple, at heart, and I need only pepperoni to make me happy.Feraro's Jersey-Style Pizza
1862 South 10th Street
$3.25I'm counting down -- in no particular order -- 100 of my favorite
dishes in St. Louis. Some are well-known, others obscure. Some are
expensive, others dirt cheap. All of them, I guarantee, are
delicious. Please do not hesitate to share your own favorites via the
comments thread.Previously:#79: Birria at Pueblo Nuevo#80: Banh mi dac biet at Phuc Loi#81: Prosciutto bianca pizza at the Good Pie#82: Gold Coast Chocolate ice cream at Serendipity Homemade Ice Cream#83: Hot salami (salam de testa) at Gioia's Deli#84: Veal parmesan sandwich at Biggie's#85: Nachos (with jalapeños and extra cheese cup) at Busch Stadium#86: Lobster bisque at Café Ventana#87: Calamari fritti at Mangia Italiano#88: Brisket sandwich at Winslow's Home#89: Paletas at La Vallesana 2#90: Spaghetti and meatballs at Sugo's Spaghetteria