Craving the comforting smell of brick oven pizza? Check out this guide on best pizza in Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York.
Park slope is home to beautiful tree-lined streets and historic brownstones. You’ll find just as many millennials as you will strollers while you walk through what many refer to as “the other Fifth Avenue”. Aside from its suburban-like charm, Park Slope is also home to an active restaurant scene with many options for a delicious, cheesy, greasy, bigger-than-your-face slice of pizza.
Whether you’re interested in settling down in the neighborhood, or simply exploring the bustling restaurant scene, it’s important to know where to find the best pizza in town. Craving the comforting smell of brick oven pizza? Settling in for an evening of pizza delivery and Netflix binge watching? The following Park Slope pizza spots have you covered:
If you’re craving a thin crust with the perfect balance of salty and sweet, Lenny’s has the ideal slice for you. Lenny’s opened in 1954 when a slice would set you back 20 cents. While the price has increased since the 50s, Lenny’s has the same consistently good slice… with the added perk of delivery. You’ll only have to pause your Netflix marathon for a moment while you buzz in the delivery guy.
594 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11215
Near Prospect Avenue
Tomato & Basil
If thin crust isn’t your thing, grab a Grandma Pie at Tomato & Basil. Fresh basil and generous chunks of real tomato sit on a focaccia-like crust which will satisfy your craving for a hearty and crunchy, yet delightfully chewy slice.
226 Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215
at Union Street
Patsy’s Pizzeria Brooklyn
With a nearly perfect rating on Yelp and Google (seriously, is that even possible?) Patsy’s Pizzeria is a slice that is not to be missed. Patsy’s is one of NYC’s biggest names in pizza and for good reason. If it’s a brick oven pizza that you need, head straight to Patsy’s. Not only will you find a brick oven, you will also be pleased find that it is the Neapolitan-American style cooked with coal, rather than gas. Try an alla vodka pizza. Trust us.
450 Dean Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217
near Flatbush Avenue
Antonio’s Pizzeria & Restaurant
This no-frills pizza joint couldn’t be more convenient as their cheesy pies await you at the top of the B/Q subway steps. Antonio’s will provide you with an authentic New York City-style slice that is the perfect amount of greasy with excellent foldability. Don’t expect much of an atmosphere, however. We recommend grabbing your pie to-go on the way home.
318 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217
between Sterling and Park Places
Peppino’s Brick Oven Pizza & Restaurant
You know what they say: eat where the locals go. Peppino’s is a neighborhood spot with many loyal local customers. Their brick oven, wood burning pizza offers the perfect balance of crispy and chewy with fresh mozzarella and a well-balanced sauce.
469 5th Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11215
at 10th street
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