People in this part of Brooklyn talk about pizza like they talk about Thai in Elmhurst or tacos in Sunset Park. Everyone has an opinion, and some people prefer Delarocco’s. Maybe that’s because it’s more of a neighborhood spot that doesn’t attract mobs of tourists. The pizza is here is Neapolitan, it comes out of a wood-burning oven, and they specialize in the white variety. Think of this as your weeknight pizza place. Come by on a Monday and have one of their signature pies (with broccoli rabe and sweet sausage).
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The always interesting Tatiana Restaurant & Night Club on the Brighton Beach boardwalk - because sometimes dinner is about more than just the food. Sometimes, it's about fire gymnastics.
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The self-proclaimed "first pizzeria in America," Lombardi's has long been at the top of the list for tourists looking for a taste of real NYC pizza.
L&B Spumoni Gardens
One of the best around, assuming you can get down with a square slice. Who can’t get down with a square slice?
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Bocce USQ is an outdoor Italian restaurant in Union Square Park, and it’s perfect for an after-work spritz when you’d rather be in Rome.
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Brooklyn's Di Fara is the best slice of pizza in New York, and worth every bit of the $5 and 30 minutes of waiting that it will cost you.
Noodle Pudding is a cash-only Italian restaurant near the Brooklyn Bridge. The pastas are always reliable, and the vibe is Perfect For Sunday Dinner.
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