The key to Key Food Pizza, you'll discover, is its New York-style pies. Rather than the Greek-style slices you'll find on East Girard, these have a thin crust and a generous application of sauce and cheese. Yes, it's a gritty fast-service pizzeria with laminated menus strewn about, but it's a welcome and convenient stop in Fishtown for quality pizza. The heavy layers of cheese are known to overflow over the edges of each slice, but the crust remains crisp and firm throughout. Other menu items, like fried chicken wings and sausage parm sandwiches, will keep you sturdy after a night of drinking. Bottom line, you'll end up full. And that's what modest corner pizzerias are about.