Rose’s Pizza & Pasta generates nostalgia amongst those who have commuted in and out of New York City via the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR). The shop made a name for itself slinging slices out of the LIRR Terminal in Penn Station, but was shuttered in 2021 as part of a $600 million revamp of the train station.

Yesterday, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced on social media that the beloved pizzeria is now back, with some notable changes. For one thing, the slice shop will now be known as Rose Pizza.

a social media post from MTA in New York announcing that Rose Pizza was back in action.

Rose Pizza features updated seating and decor, as well as a well-stocked bar. A photo shared by the MTA appeared to include no fewer than 30 beer taps and an assortment of canned beverages. Known as a place where commuters could grab a slice after work, or after a Knicks or Rangers game, offering cold beer to pair with a slice only seems fitting.

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According to BNN Breaking News, the $600 million rebuilding of the LIRR Terminal is just a small piece of a massive $7 billion plan to modernize and transform Penn Station. Built in 1910, the famous train station has not undergone a major overhaul since 1968. The modern initiative includes higher augmented ceilings and expanded walkways, which ultimately led to several businesses, including the famous pizza shop, shuttering. Fortunately, Rose Pizza has risen from the ashes, back and seemingly better than ever.

New York-style slices from Rose Pizza.

While it’s unclear whether or not Rose Pizza will continue to sell its beloved pasta dishes—dropping the word “pasta” from its name will make you wonder—those traveling to and from New York City by train now know where to get a great slice without ever leaving Penn Station.