Start spreading the news. Santora's Pizza (3834 Main Street) has brought a little bit of New York City to midtown. Not the Jeter-jersey-wearing, incessantly talking hordes that can suck the joy out of a ballgame at Kauffman Stadium; I'm talking the crackly, thin-crust slice that will help start your night at 5 p.m. or end it at 3 a.m.
The crust is key, and this slice has the proper balance of substance and crunch. There's also not too much cheese, which means that the homemade marinara, a family recipe from Anthony Santora (the ricotta is also Santora's own), has a chance to shine. A slice with one topping is $3 (or two slices for $5).