Chester Higgins Jr./The New York TimesThe New York Times City section profiles Domenico DeMarco, who has operated Di Fara Pizza for 40 years. Although pizza has become fast food, he says, "[t]his one is slow food. Anything you do, when you do it too fast, it's no good." Amen to that.

This week's Time Out New York features a "Pie Chart" comparing six new thin-crust pizzerias, and rates them based on a "slice" scale -- two of the six, Canapa and Franny's earned five out of a possible six slices.

So go out and grab a slice, and let us know what your favorite is -- send an email to food (at) gothamist.com.

Slice NY on Di Fara and Franny's.

Di Fara Pizza, 1424 Avenue J, Midwood, Brooklyn (718) 258-1367.
Canapa, 245 Houston St. at Norfolk St. (212) 673-5351.
Franny's, 295 Flatbush Ave. between St. Marks Ave. and Prospect Pl., Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. (718) 230-0221.