LOCATION: Two Boots - Brooklyn (514 2nd St; bet 7th and 8th Aves, BROOKLYN)
GUEST: Petra Boden, Tony Carnevale
PIZZA REPORT: Stick with the signature dishes. I thoroughly enjoyed my first slice of Verdi e Bianco (Green and White) pizza. I have never even had regular white pizza so this slice of white (with a bit of spinach) was a real eye-opening experience. Pizza can be good without sauce - who knew? That being said, Two Boots is so named because it draws on food influences of Louisiana and Italy (both geographically shaped like a boot). Since the word "pizza" is Italian, most pizza places automatically influenced by Italian cuisine. So, what sets Two Boots apart from other pizza places is the Louisiana (cajun cuisine) influence. I should have and recommend going for the cajun pizzas offered on the menu. The Pepperoni is good, but why not go for the Cajun Pepperoni or the Crayfish or the Spicy sausage? I will...next time (and there will be a next time).
Sunday, October 3, 2004
Day 3, 2004: Two Boots (Park Slope, Brooklyn)
Posted by Sean Taylor at October 03, 2004
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