HomeMade Pizza Company in Rye and Larchmont


If you saw the long lines here a few weeks ago, you’d swear they were giving away something for free. Well, they were.

Photos by Matthew Brown/TJN

HomeMade Pizza Company, founded in Chicago, was offering up free slices, presumably to get everyone hooked on their concept: You pick the toppings, they assemble the pizza, then you pop the uncooked pie in the oven when you get home.

They claim an ordinary home oven works just fine, as long you put the pizza on parchment paper and bake it at 425 degrees. And, unlike ordinary takeout pizza, you won’t have to deal with a lukewarm pie that’s become soggy during the car ride home. (They’ll be opening another outpost, on Palmer Avenue in Larchmont, later this month.)

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Details: 25 Purchase St., Rye, 914-921-3000; 1939 Palmer Ave., Larchmont 914-833-8338. www.homemadepizza.com

— Jessica Rao


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