Monday, October 14, 2019

Day 11, 2019: Roberta's at Urbanspace Vanderbilt (Midtown East, NYC)

Urbanspace food hall

Roberta's booth

Dining area
DAY 11: OCTOBER 11th, 2019

LOCATION: Roberta's at Urbanspace Vanderbilt (East 45th &, Vanderbilt Ave, New York, NY 10169)

GUEST(S): Sean Manning, Patrick

ORDER: 2 slices of Millenium Falco (sausage, onion, parmesan, breadcrumbs, red pepper flakes, garlic, and basil), 1 slice of Margherita (tomato, mozzarella, basil), 1 slice of Bee Sting (Tomato, mozzarella, sopressata, chili, and honey)

The best just got more accessible. Thanks to a booth crammed in the corner of the fancy midtown East Urbanspace food hall, city dwellers no longer have to make the trek out to Bushwick, Brooklyn for Slicey award winning Roberta's pizza! Two gas-powered Roberta's red oven are tended by oven masters ensuring the tried-and-true signature recipes are expertly replicated in the new surroundings.  I recommend getting something traditional and something creative.  You can go wrong with Roberta's pun-filled menu. The premium ingredients and idyllic crust put this pizza in a class of its own. Demand is high - and not just for the pizza - but for a place to eat it. If you arrive anytime around the hustle and bustle of a Midtown Manhattan lunch rush, expect to be jockeying for a table in the urban food court. Although there is nothing like a pilgrimage to the original Brooklyn location, it's nice to know I don't have to contend with the fickle L train to get Roberta's pizza into my mouth.

Famous Pep

Bee Sting


Millenium Falco

Slice of Bee Sting


Millenium Falco slice

Day 11

Gas powered ovens


Patrick, Sean Manning, and Sean Taylor

1. Patrick uses his idle time on the plane to filter through and delete photos on his phone.  What a great use of that time! I can't wait till my next trip.

2. Sean Manning was not only the best dressed manager of the Williamsburg Softball League playoffs, his team, the Turkey's Nest, won the championship. #Gobble


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15.5/18 = .861 x 5 = 4.31

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