New York, NY 11238
- 6pm till midnight, seven days
- All Major Credit Cards
- Not Accepted
Village Voice's Description
This might just be any other precious pizza parlor aping the style of Naples, Italy, except for its unusual location in what was until recently a Caribbean and West African neighborhood in Crown Heightsthat, and the excellence of its pizza output. The margherita is the flagship, topped with good mozzarella, simple tomato sauce, and
a few basil leaves, and exhibiting the perfect char patterns that one wishes for. Imported from Italy, the tile beehive oven is an
impressive sight in itself, and the restaurant’s interior is like an amusement park haunted house in layout. Other delectable pies include
one made with soppressata and another with long-stemmed artichokes. The list of salads and apps is also mercifully brief, with a high
Tips from foursquare
Solid wood-fired-oven pizza from an alumnus of Paulie Gee's. Clam pie is very good. Get it. And is this weird, but the Bibb salad is nice, too.
Best Margarita slice ever. I'd take a picture but we inhaled it.
Wood-fired Neapolitan-esque pies worth a visit from beyond the neighborhood.
Truly impressive. Delicious crust and great dining experience.
All their pizzas are great, but come here for brunch and get the bacon, egg and cheese pizza, banana/walnut/nutella calzone, and mona lisa - their twist on the bloody mary (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)
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