LOCATION: Pizza Moto (338 Hamilton Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11231)
GUEST(S): Rob Penty
ORDER: 2 slices of Picante (pepperoni, taggiasca olives, garlic, tomato, mozzarella), 3 slices of Margherita (d.o.p. buffula mozzarella, basil, tomato, pecorino, olive oil)
Brick and mortar Moto! Chances are if you have been to the Brooklyn flea and were blown away by the high caliber pizza served in a mobile oven, you have tried Pizza Moto. Good news! Moto has found a home at the edge of Red Hook and Carroll Gardens. Even better news is that deep inside the new digs exists a century old coal-burning oven that has been retro-fitted to churn out that characteristically wood-burning, perfectly crisp, charred crust of a Pizza Moto pie. A pristine rustic dining room with an open kitchen allows patrons to watch as the pizzaioli craft Neapolitan pies with high quality ingredients. Combining imported Italian buffula mozzarella, rich tomato sauce, basil, with just right amount of pecorino and olive oil, Pizza Moto’s Margherita uses traditional preparation techniques to create an authentic pie that rivals any in the land. Get to Pizza Moto now before the word is out because the crowds are coming…and I’m coming back!
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