Fought it out with Roberta's for best pizza in Williamsburg, now over to G-Point to tangle with Paulie Gee. On a good night at the wood-burning oven, the Margarita pies can compete for the best in ... read more
Agenda not exactly shrouded here: Brooklyn Italian gets back to basics. Chef's from Bay Ridge, got his training at the culinary institute of grandma. Handmade and homemade across the menu, from the... read more
Natural and organic fare in Cobble Hill. Airy space with chandeliers and a long wooden bar. Sunchoke soup and pappardelle with pork ragu, octopus with baby beets. Pintxos (Basque tapas) like truffl... read more
Brooklyn legend Saul Bolton of Saul, Vanderbilt, and a Michelin star turns his attention to Southern Italian. Joint’s named for a classic red sauce, which owns the Sunday slot in the piattos ... read more
Andres Whang of Piccoli Trattoria opens a second Italian spot on Fulton Street. High ceilings held up with concrete beams, though the dining room still feels plenty rustic. Tin and timber on t... read more
Pizza plus gastropub down along the Williamsburg waterfront. Roof deck and rooftop lounge take max advantage of East River proximity. Red pies, white pies, and schiaccate—stuffed brick-oven f... read more
Top/Iron Chef Elizabeth Falkner lights out from Frisco to tackle Brooklyn pizza, then turns things over to able hands. Wood-burning oven imported from Italy takes center stage, produces award-winni... read more
Despite Bay Ridge's major repping of the Italian diaspora, serious 'za outside of greasy slices can be hard to source. Enter Vicolo and its stellar Neapolitan pies. Pizzaiolo is Luigi Olivella,... read more
Family-owned Trastevere celeb magnet spins off to Guglielmoburg. Name comes from old-fashioned scales (original location was an ancient customs house). Balance theme picked up in smart BArC Studio ... read more
Pizza central. Wood-burning oven bumps the atmosphere, cranks out fresh (and wet) Neapolitan-style pies. Pizzaolos did time at Spotted Pig and I Trulli. Menu divides into Old World classics and New... read more
Restaurant, coffee shop, and market inside new-school condo The Edge. Main room sees long communal tables and 17-foot ceilings. Name is Italian for factory, reflected in huge murals of machine imag... read more
Heights Café crew puts the focus on classic wood-burning oven pizza next door. Specialty is personal pies, served from lunch to deep in the evening. Neapolitan approach, authentic ingredient... read more
Chef Jonathan Greenberg (Franny's, Paulie Gee's) gets together with other local heroes to take over neighborhood slice shop. Retro-styled ode to the classic Brooklyn pizza joint. Black vinyl banque... read more
Addition to the East Williamsburg pizza-scape aims to fill void left by dearly departed Motorino. Locavoricious, sustainable pizza ingredients get the wood-burning oven treatment. Braciola stuffed ... read more
Superior sandwiches and molto-fresh Italian. Rustic space with butcher block tables, subway tiles, roomy backyard. Excels at a baker’s dozen of Italian-American classic sammies; Sicilian tuna... read more
Southfork chef Joe Isidori does the farm-to-table thing in Carroll Gardens. Recycled wood paneling on the walls and black-and-tan color scheme merge crunchy with hip. Strictly organic produce f... read more
Vegas nightclub pro brings Sin City "style" to Sunset Park. Jungle-themed extravaganza spread across an Italian restaurant, a bikini bar, and a massive nightclub. Shades of Circus Circus in perform... read more
Kitchen honors Italian moms and the cooking of Cilento. Keeps with the Campanian tradition of simple and local, lets the menu be dictated by the seasons. Stellar cooking built around daily specials... read more
Not so much a bar as a more neighborhoody version of big sib restaurant Al di Là. (Corvo references Crown Heights’ past as Crow Hill). Fave pastas carry over, joined by new attractions... read more
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