Sunday, September 16, 2007

Grimaldi's Pizzeria, Brooklyn, NYC

Brooklyn bridge is a pretty cool bridge to walk across for both New Yorkers and tourists alike.

Not only is the architecture rather interesting but the view of

Manhattan from it is pretty stellar as well. But the best thing really about walking the bridge is the exercise you get from it. Haha... I'm kidding!

The best thing is hitting Grimaldi's Pizzeria at 19 Old Fulton St once you cross over.

The choice of toppings here may not be massive but what they lack in quantity they make up in quality. And boy was this quality pizza. Everything tasted top notched. Even the crust was extremely delicious with a nice smoky and mildly charred taste.

These pizzas are baked to perfection in their 800degF coal-fired brick ovens. Was it worth the trek across the bridge? Hell yeah.



Anonymous said...

Sally's Apizza, New Haven, CT!

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Marc said...

Great pictures! We were at Grimaldi's a couple of weeks ago, then walked over the Brooklyn Bridge around midnight (after drinks at Toro). A memorable experience, though the pizza at Grimaldi's wasn't quite as good as when I went a few years back.