The other day, I was working near Houston street, teaching a class on QlikView (which itself could be a great post topic about data munging for statisticians). On the last day of the class we decided to head to Bleecker street for a pizza feast.
The consensus was that Keste was far and away the best. John’s came in a strong second while Joe’s seemed off it’s game, perhaps because we got a whole pie as opposed to a reheated slice.
The picture above is the aftermath. A glorious before-shot exists, so I’ll try to get a hold of it.
A tour bus passed us in amazament so we explained how we visited three different pizzerias to obtain our deliciousness.
And, of course, we finished the meal off at Cones, where I love the Coffee Mocha Chocohip flavor.
Jared Lander is the Chief Data Scientist of Lander Analytics a New York data science firm, Adjunct Professor at Columbia University, Organizer of the New York Open Statistical Programming meetup and the New York and Washington DC R Conferences and author of R for Everyone.