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Grimaldi’s Pizzeria Brooklyn Bridge NYC

New York City 2009

Thanksgiving Tour

New York City | New York

04 Dec 2009 | Fri

Day 10 of 11

  • Nathan’s Famous | Coney Island Boardwalk | Astroland
  • Grimaldi’s Pizzeria Brooklyn Bridge NYC
  • New York 5th Avenue | Glass Apple Store | FAO Schwarz
  • Rockefeller Christmas Tree 2009

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria Brooklyn Bridge NYC

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is the oldest pizzeria in New York City, serving some of the best pizzas in town. Located near the historic Brooklyn Bridge, Grimaldi’s serves up classic New York-style pizzas with a unique coal-burning oven for a unique flavor. Established in 1990 by Patsy and Caroll Grimaldi, the restaurant has grown to become one of the most iconic places to eat pizza in NYC.

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria Brooklyn Bridge NYC

The signature pies use only fresh ingredients, including homemade mozzarella cheese and San Marzano tomatoes imported from Italy. The restaurant offers red pie options topped with traditional tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese as well as white pies topped with garlic olive oil, ricotta cheese, and herbs. Customers can also enjoy appetizers such as antipasto platters, wings, and salads before their meal.

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is an American pizzeria chain from the New York City area with several restaurants throughout the United States. Its most famous restaurant is under the Brooklyn Bridge in Brooklyn at 1 Front Street, next door to its original location. Zagat Survey rated Grimaldi’s the No. 1 Pizzeria in New York in 2007. With a carry-out and delivery service model in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, in 2022 it had 43 restaurants in operation overall. It does not sell slices, only whole pies, which are cooked by coal-fired brick oven. It also sells wines and appetizers, as well as calzones. Among deserts are cannoli and tiramisu, as well as New York-style cheesecake.

– Wikipedia Grimaldi’s Pizzeria

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