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Di Fara Pizza

Map & Directions 1424 Ave. J
Brooklyn, NY 11230
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718-258-1367
  • Pizza
  • Sun, Wed-Sat 12pm-4:30pm, Sun, Wed-Sat 6:30pm-9pm
  • Family Style, Kid Friendly, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking

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Domenico DeMarco has been elevated to sainthood by the city's favorite foodie website (chowhound.com), and devotees dote on his every move as he fiddles with each pie, shaking on cheeses and artistically arranging the elements. Sometimes his artichoke slice is "on," sometimes not, but the enjoyment of watching him work is reason enough to make a Midwood sojourn.

 
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  • Adam K. on 08/16/11

    You're probably already here, so my tip to GO BEFORE OPENING is probably wasted on you. So I'll just say, GET A WHOLE PIE. Round or square. Both great. It's not worth the wait for only a slice or two.

  • The Corcoran Group on 05/01/10

    Dominick is a true pizza master and takes his time to get it right. Be patient and don't be picky. You will be back. Cash only

  • Joe D. on 07/22/09

    Exercise patience, receive pizza.

  • Food Network on 08/05/11

    On Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate, Sunny Anderson reveals her favorite Italian dish, Pizza with Mushrooms and Garlic, from Di Fara Pizza in Brooklyn, NY. Find more tips at FN Local.

  • Epicurious on 08/24/10

    Think pizza only tastes great from wood or coal burning ovens? Think again. Fresh, quality ingredients imported from Italy set these pies apart - try the real, thick-cut pepperoni or fresh artichokes.

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