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Luna Rossa Pizzeria
552 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Luna Rossa Pizzeria serves 34 varieties of brick-oven pizzas, besides other Italian specialities, salads and desserts.More It features the unusual. Pistachio pizza is prepared with ham, mozzarella and pistachio cream. The signature Luna Rossa pizza comes with clams, mussels and prawns in olive oil and oregano. The Rustica pizza features homemade sausage and wild mushrooms.
145 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Located on Atlantic Avenue between Clinton and Henry streets, Sosta is a relatively new addition to the Brooklyn pizzaMore scene. It offers a cozy dining room and a simple menu featuring salads, panini and pizza. Pie options include Margherita, Campagnola and Romana. The wood-fired pizza oven is visible from every seat and casts warm light on the entire room. Delivery is free with orders of $20 or more. Online ordering is available.
Mario's Pizzeria
222 Hoyt St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Mario's Pizzeria is a walk-in and takeout pizza place on Hoyt Street. There is a small bar with two chairs if customersMore would like to sit. Mario's offers delivery for a $10 minimum as well as catering. A small pizza starts at $8.50 and an extra-large starts at $13.99. It also offers an after-school special, with a slice of a pizza and a can of soda for $2.50, Monday through Friday from 11:30am to 5pm.
Sal's Pizzeria
305 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Sal's Pizzeria has served Italian cuisine to the Cobble Hill community since 1957. Its pizzas start at $13. Most of theMore pasta dishes are less than $10. The location has indoor and outdoor seating during the warmer months. Sal's also offers whole-wheat pizza, homemade gelato, sorbet and Italian ice.
South Brooklyn Pizza
451 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
This coal-oven pizzeria has two separate sections: a small take-out section with no seating and a more spacious bar areaMore with tables and booths. The pies come in three varieties, and there is a different special pie made each Tuesday night. Both sections are connected to the bar next door, PJ Hanley's.
Sam's Restaurant
238 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Sam's Resaurant is an age-old Brooklyn staple. They serve classic Italian dishes, heroes and pizza. Their Cobble HillMore location is large, with 25 tables, a front and back room, and a full bar and television. Sam's is great for groups and parties. Menu items average at about $10. Entrees include vegetable, meat, chicken and seafood options.
Nature's Grill (Court St)
138 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Nature's Grill II (joining Nature's Grill I in Bay Ridge) is a "health-conscious" kitchen on Court Street open forMore breakfast, lunch and dinner. Fresh-processed fruit and vegetable juices, smoothies and protein shakes are made throughout the day. Sandwiches, wraps, salads and pizzas dominate the lunchtime fare while dinner entrees range from fresh tilapia seasoned with oregano, basil and paprika to Thai chicken with peanut sauce. Service is very friendly throughout the day.
Frank's Luncheonette
365 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
On Smith Street between 1st and 2nd Place, Frank's Luncheonette has been feeding area residents since 1965. Come hereMore for fast, friendly service and a large, reasonably-priced menu featuring pizza, heros, burgers and breakfast sandwiches. There are also a number of snack items and bottled sodas and juices available. Ample seating means you can choose to eat your food in or take it to go. Frank's Luncheonette offers free delivery and does catering too.
Caselnova - The Neighborhood Trattoria
215 Columbia St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
On Columbia Street between Sackett and Union, Caselnova specializes in high-end Italian cuisine. Come here for menuMore options like calzones, eggplant parmesan, veal cutlets and broiled fish. The restaurant's brick oven also churns out pizzas, which are highly customizable. A full bar means you have your choice of beer, cocktails and wine to go with whatever you decide to eat.   
575 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
This big-windowed former candy store on Henry Street is now a restaurant that does just one thing, serving pizzas andMore calzones for dinner. Come here in the evenings, six days a week, for thin crusts and fresh toppings, because the doors close when the produce runs out. An open kitchen means you can watch the chef work while you wait for your food. Remember to bring cash, as Lucali does not accept credit cards.
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