Maybe you’re in the mood to eat some wood-fired pizza on a big patio with oversized string lights. That’s when you should head to Sotto Le Stelle in Sunnyside. It’s the neighborhood spot we all wish we had, and in addition to pizzas, you’ll find calzones, frozen cocktails, and plenty of seafood on its menu.
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