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When the history of pizza is written, there's a real chance that Lucali comes to be known as the best pizzeria ever in New York City. There are other heavies, of course, and let's not too-hastily push them to the side. But it may turn out that never before or never since did all of the elements of greatness — setting, dough, ovens, sauce recipe, pizzaiolo — come together quite as succinctly as they do here.
Make sure to go around 430/5 PM. Restaurant begins taking reservations around 530PM and fill up almost immediately. They will give you a time slot to return for dinner.
One of Brooklyn’s top pizza places is a short walk away (be sure to arrive when they first open, and even then expect a wait ... that’s worth it).
Insanely good brick oven pizza. Worth the wait. Calzones are to die for! Go!!! Get there early ( around 5PM ) to put your name on list. Usually an hour- 2 hour wait time.
“Great place for a margarita or all-day dining. Snag a table outside for some people-watching as the locals stroll by. ”
“Looking to try delicious Italian cuisine or just searching for a romantic date night then look no further. This restaurant has earned its stars by serving authentic Italian dishes along with exceptional service and a modern yet old school feel atmosphere. ”
“Two words: Breakfast. Sandwiches. A bacon-egg-and-cheese on a roll is a Saturday late-morning standby, but the righteous brunchtime subs at this beloved Carroll Gardens market-café are a welcome upgrade from that bodega classic. We’re talking Balthazar ciabatta loaded with scrambled eggs, salty Cabot cheddar and arugula, or a Taylor pork roll with American cheese on a Martin’s potato bun, delivered straight to the cozy dining room”
“Though best-known for it's Southern-Inspire comfort food (Duck meatloaf or buttermilk fried chicken, anybody?) the burger is an underrating darling garnished with local Cheddar, grilled onion, dill pickles, and sauce on toasted, fluffy brioche”