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Weekday Lunch At Roberta’s

Although the popularity of Roberta’s means that if you go for dinner, especially on a weekend, you’re in for a wait. Sometimes a long wait — once I had to wait an hour for a table. There’s the nice back … Continue reading

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Triumph Of The New School Of Pizza At Emily

There’s a whole new generation of pizza places popping up all around NYC these days. Now that restaurants like Roberta’s and Paulie Gee’s have become institutions, they’ve inspired new people to follow their passion and make pizza. One such place … Continue reading

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Is Roberta’s Frozen Pizza Worth $12?

When Donny told me that the new Whole Foods here in Brooklyn was selling frozen Roberta’s pizza, I was intrigued. Could I possibly recreate the magic of Roberta’s pizza in my own kitchen? So when I made the trip to … Continue reading

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Pop-Up Pan Pizza In Ditmas Park

This past Thursday I was contemplating what to do with my Friday off when I saw a tweet from Paulie Gee about a pop-up pizza event. I had never heard of the man making the pizza, John Wozniak, but Paul … Continue reading

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Verde Coal Oven Pizza

About a week ago I was reading through L Magazine’s Best of Brooklyn 2013: Food, and one of the categories was “Best Bushwick Pizza That Isn’t Roberta’s.” They named Verde Coal Oven Pizza, and said “the [is] pizza equally if … Continue reading

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Daniela Spinaci At Paulie Gee’s

One of the (many) things I love about Paulie Gee’s in Greenpoint is that they’re constantly re-working the menu, and adding new pies. Even though I’ve eaten there about a dozen times, there’s usually something new on the menu for … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Pizzas: Sottocasa vs Brooklyn Central

You know the old saying, you can’t judge a pizza by its cover? No? Well it’s true. Look at that beautiful pie above, the margherita from Sottocasa. And yet it was strangely flat tasting; the sauce a little to sweet, … Continue reading

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