ANNUAL PIZZA CRAWL - The Less Traveled To OG BROOKLYN PIZZERIAS FOOD CRAWL!!!
dim. 13 janvier 2019 à 18:30
It's been 3 years since we had our first Pizza Crawl so its about time we do another yearly mouth watering Pizza Crawl! If you like pizza you should join but if you LOVE pizza like me you MUST join our Less Traveled To OG BROOKLYN PIZZERIA FOOD CRAWL! The strategy with a pizza food crawl is to have our pizza pies cut into double the normal 8 slices or 16 slices thus we can all have a taste of multiple pies and pace ourselves at each unique pizza restaurant before we move on to the next. And without further ado our prelimary itinerary... PART 1 - 12:30PM - DiFARA'S, 1424 Avenue J, Brooklyn, NY 11230
Q subway to Ave J station.
Pizza fans trek to this no-frills Midwood storefront & queue up to partake of its storied slices. A MUST VISIT & TASTE FOODIE DESTINATION IN MY BOOK!
https://www.difarapizzamenu.com/ PART 2 - TOTONNO'S, 1524 Neptune Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224
Q, D, N, F subway to Coney Island-Stillwell Ave station.
Crackly, thin-crust pizzas are the specialty at the legendary Totonno’s, a treasure of Coney Island since 1924. After learning from the best at Lombardi’s, Anthony Pero opened up shop on Neptune Avenue, making pizzas in the now-rare coal-fired brick oven (most don’t pass current environmental laws). People make the pilgrimage from across the five boroughs and around the world to get a taste of the beloved margherita pizza: a blackened, crisp crust piled with mounds of slightly sweet tomato sauce and rounds of mozzarella that bubble and brown in the oven.
https://www.totonnosconeyisland.com/ And since we're in Coney Island and looking for OG eateries...
PART 3 - NATHAN'S FAMOUS CONEY ISLAND, 1310 Surf Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224
Brooklyn-born fast-food chain offering signature hot dogs, fries, burgers & more since 1916.
https://nathansfamous.com/restaurants/nathansfamous-brooklyn-346244/ PART 4 - FELTMAN'S OF CONEY ISLAND, 1000 Surf Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224
Descendants of a hot dog pioneer sell German-style franks at this Luna Park stand.
Charles Feltman, a German immigrant, invented the hot dog in Coney Island during the summer of 1867, as a convenient way for beach goers to enjoy quality sausages on a bun without plates & silverware, by turning his pie cart into a hot dog cart. From those humble beginnings, Feltman’s became, not just a restaurant, but a symbol of American tradition & quality on Coney Island. Since Feltman’s closure in 1954, the hot dog has slowly become degraded to a food of poor quality with fillers and nitrates. Feltman’s of Coney Island is determined to bring back that tradition of quality to the great American Hot Dog!
https://www.feltmansofconeyisland.com/pages/about PART 5 - TBD Subways (mainly Q train) are very near all destinations. But if anyone is driving and would be willing to offer carpools please let me know. Passenger carpool fee within NYC will be $6 Looking forward to hanging with familiar friends and new friends on this Sunday stroll for amazing pizza, fun, and festivities! Cheers! Will