Brooklyn

Frank Pinello is a wolrd renown pizzaiolo, host of his own youtube show "The PIzza Show", and has been involved in pizza projects across the world. A son of Brooklyn, who wants to bring back that neighborhood slice joint that serves phenominal pizza, I'm heading into B...

We are in Brooklyn this week people along the waterfront in DUMBO, just under the Brooklyn Bridge. Today’s stop Ignacio’s. Was a bit of a wildcard as I have never been and the reviews online were mostly good, but it was also mixed. In the end, the kid left satisfied an...

“This place is the FUCKING BOMB. Yo, it’s ruined pizza for me forever! I don’t think I’m ever going to be able to eat pizza anywhere else!” Those were the words of my buddy Anthony right after we walked out of Totonno’s. 

Totonno’s has been open since 1924. The original...

WHEN YOU GO TO DI FARA’S FOR PIZZA, BE PREPARED TO WAIT! I have been to Di Fara’s twice in my life, and both times I waited over an hour to get a cheese pie, even though I arrived right before they opened shop. You can expect a line to begin forming 15 minutes before t...

Gino’s has been serving pizza in the Crown Heights and Prospect Heights sections of Brooklyn for 35 years. It’s your standard on-the-go slice spot serving regular slices, Sicilian slices, and an array of specialty pies. The deeper you get into Brooklyn, the quieter the...

Opened in 2013, Piz-zetta may be a newer pizzeria, but the pizza making in this shop actually goes back generations. Owned by two brother-in-laws, Anthony and Mario, this is not the first Brooklyn pizzeria owned by the duo. They also used to own Sliceria in Sunset Park...

Another legacy in the city that never sleeps. Juliana’s has been one of my favorite pizza shops in all of New York for a while now. Its namesake comes from the owner’s mother. The owner, Patsy Grimaldi, is pizza royalty in NYC. His roots are deep and can be traced all...

The humble beginnings of L&B adds to the charm of this Brooklyn staple. Back in 1938, immigrant Ludovico Barbati learned how to make pizza from a baker in a garage in Brooklyn. Shortly thereafter, he purchased a horse and wagon and began peddling his goods in the Grave...

Bushwick, it’s home to some of the best street art in New York City and houses one of the best pizzerias (Roberta’s) in the country. Warehouses are spread throughout this section of BK and are taken over by the local EDM scene on weekends. It's a town where you can wal...

First things first, when traveling to the Bushwick section of Brooklyn to go to Roberta's, coming off the subway you will be surrounded by big brick warehouses and empty streets. The first thing that came to my mind was "this would be a great place to be to end up on a...

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