In The News – Brunetti Pizza
DAY 23: OCTOBER 23rd, 2013 LOCATION: Pizzetteria Brunetti (626 Hudson St, W. Village, NYC) ORDER: 1 slice of San Gennaro (tomato sauce, sweet Italian sausage, peppers, onions, ricotta) , 2 slices of Vongole (white clam pie) The best of Long Island meets the best of Naples.
Pizzetteria Brunetti in the West Village of New York City has delectable wood-fired pizzas and so much more. Open for lunch and dinner, this is a go-to spot for delicious Italian specialties.
At this West Village pizza and wine bar, Neapolitan-style pies are topped with everything from clams to Brussels sprouts and house-made mozzarella.
While the Potbelly chain loosens its girdle and continues to open new shops – another one is coming to the fashion district – we’re more chipper this morning to hear that the tiny Westhampton Beach Pizzetteria Brunetti is scouting spaces in the city for its second location.
One year ago, Slice reported that Westhampton Beach’s well-regarded Pizzetteria Brunetti was scouting real estate in Manhattan to open its second shop, and now it looks like co-owner Jason Brunetti will appear in front of CB2 Manhattan’s SLA Licensing Committee on January 8 with a plan to transfer the existing liquor license at 626 Hudson Street – most recently home to Bistro de la Gare – to a new establishment.
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ll It’s considered a little Neapolitan gem in Westhampton Beach (103 Main St). A must for many folks. After five years, during which time the restaurant’s success continued to grow, Pizzetteria Brunetti opened a branch on 626 Hudson Street in Manhattan. We stopped by just a few days after the opening.
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With an imported-from-Italy wood burning brick oven, this restaurant prides itself on serving authentically prepared Neapolitan-style pizza. The menu also includes a list of Italian
One of the best pizzerias on Long Island is hidden in plain view. Roll up to 103 Main Street in Westhampton Beach and you see one door opening into a Haagen Dazs store, the other opening into Sydney’s catering. Where is Pizzetteria Brunetti? In between the two businesses, not visible from the street.
Thanksgiving dinner doesn’t have to mean the same old meat and potatoes. Spice up the holiday with offbeat treats like Turkey Mousse Pie or Pumpkin Spice Tuna Tataki – just a couple of the untraditional Turkey Day specials available in New York. Here’s where to gobble them up. (Crave.it, 545 Ave.
17 years ago, La Pizza Fresca opened on East 20th Street in the Flatiron, the first place to actively try to reproduce the original pizza of Naples in spite of nearly a century of New York pizza history. And it pretty much succeeded at concocting the small, floppy, expensive, one-person pies.
pizzetteriabrunetti.com Sun-Thurs, noon-10pm; Fri-Sat, noon-11pm A, C, E at 14th St. $15-$21 American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa Delivery Good for Groups Kid-Friendly Lunch Open Kitchens / Watch the Chef Outdoor Dining Romantic Take-Out Online Ordering Reservations Not Required Catering Accepted/Not Necessary After the father-and-son team behind this popular Westhampton Beach pizzeria decided to expand to New York, it made sense for them to land in this similarly ritzy stretch of the West Village.
After years spent finding the finest Italian ingredients, perfecting their own recipe, and observing the emergence of Neapolitan pizzerias in New York City, father-and-son duo Michael and Jason Brunetti opened Pizzetteria Brunetti. Originating in Westhampton Beach with a location that Michael Brunetti described as the “pizza closet,” Pizzetteria Brunetti has expanded to the West Village with an enjoyably larger location.
The hallmarks of true Neapolitan pizza, according to the Brunettis and other aficionados, are a thin, blistered crust; a light swirl of sweet tomato sauce perfumed with fresh basil; and ovals of melted mozzarella on top. “We keep it simple and fresh,” said Dave Plath, 52, the head chef at Grana, which is owned by his wife, Nancy.
Slice Out Hunger Pizza places from all over New York City and surrounding areas came together for a fantastic night of fun and eating to raise money for the New York City Food Bank.
It seems strange to use the term “food court” anywhere in The Hamptons – sad suburban malls have food courts – but that’s essentially what you have at 103 Main Street, Pizzetteria Brunetti’s location.
“When we opened our little pizza place in Westhampton Beach, Pop wanted three things. First to make it onto Slice. Second, to make it into the New York Times – and we accomplished both. Third is to open in NYC, and we are working toward making miracle 3 happen.
Pumpkin pie? Check. Pumpkin lattè? Check. Small child dressed as a pumpkin? Check.You think you’ve seen all things pumpkin – but now, see this: pumpkin pizza.It may sound scary, but actually, Pizzetteria Brunetti’s special pie is a perfect ten. [related]
Pizzetteria Brunetti is a venue at Westhampton Beach, NY
Pizzetteria Brunetti, the West Village- and Westhampton-based pizzeria with a stellar Zagat rating and a place on The Daily Meal’s own 50 Best Pizzas in New York 2014 list , will be celebrating Thanksgiving with a fully loaded Thanksgiving pizza.
Bringing Westhampton to the West Village, this 65-seat slice-slinger is the first NYC outpost of Michael and Jason Brunetti’s cult Long Island pie shop. Trained under Motorino’s Mathieu Palombino, the father-son team pulls 20 pizza varieties from the Ferrara brick oven, including Neapolitan classics (marinara, Margherita) and newfangled rounds like the funghi e cipolla (shiitake mushrooms, honey-truffle oil and goat cheese).
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You’re coming to New York City, and the itinerary is packed. But since eating is just as important as snagging Hamilton tickets, we’re here to help. NYC’s sheer volume of pizza joints means it’s easy to fall prey to a mediocre slice, especially near tourist attractions, which tend to be situated in the city’s less-than-cool neighborhoods.