DAY 29: OCTOBER 29th, 2015
LOCATION: Wheated (905 Church Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11218)
GUEST(S): Jun Naito
ORDER: 4 slices of a Bensonhurst (tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, aged mozzarella, Pecorino-Romano, olive oil, fresh basil), 1 slices of a Brighton Beach (bacon, garlic, black pepper, fresh mozzarella, aged mozzarella, Parmigiano-Reggiano), 2 slices of with sausage and jalepeno
Passion plus providers equals great pizza. Combining his passion for making pizza with a desire to open a cocktail bar with his wife, owner David Sheridan fulfilled a dream with the opening of Wheated. At just two and a half years old, The Flatbush restaurant has the makings of your next favorite pizzeria. Sheridan unites top quality ingredients including Faicco Pork Shop sausage and Lioni fresh mozzarella with years of personal pizza making training for a result that tastes as good as it looks. Despite having learned on a wood-fired brick oven he built in his backyard, Sheridan chose to heat his ovens using electricity burning at over 700 degrees. He likes it hot. Available condiments include Mike's Hot Honey, a homemade sriracha sauce, and a Thai chili powder. He also likes it spicy. Because of that, I recommend a creative topping combination like the Brighton Beach. It brilliantly combines bacon, garlic, black pepper and three different types of cheese on the thin, slightly charred sour dough crust. The signature pies are all named after Brooklyn neighborhoods - many of which you may travel through in order to get there. If you're lucky enough to live nearby, you probably already know to get their early because the word is out on Wheated.
|The Brighton Beach|
|White pie with sausage and jalepenos|
|a slice of Bensonhurst|
|a slice of Brighton Beach|
|the condiments (hot honey, thai chili powder, home-made sriracha sauce)|
2. Jun is an actor that regularly attends my improv comedy class called the Saturday Drop-In at the Magnet Theater. He was in Life of Pi!
|David Sheridan and Sean Taylor|
3. I met David Sheridan, the co-owner of Wheated who is married to the other owner.
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