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Posted by Rescue2 on 06/09/2013
Best pizza you will ever taste. The decor is not good but that's not why you go to DiFara's. To all the naysayers you have to ask if it isn't as good as people say then why is there always a line and a long wait when there are many other pizza places on the same strip? Difara's slays every other pizza place in the city. Fresh dough, real tomato sauce (from tomatoes not cans) fresh herbs, top quality cheese etc. No one can make a pie as well.
Posted by jason on 04/18/2013
Im shocked to actually some bad reviews of this little place I call heaven....OK, its not the Ritz Carlton decor wise, but the food at the Ritz sucks!, Dom is an artist, and it is the best Pizza on the face of the earth,!! Yeah five bucks a slice, or 28 bfor the pie might seem steep, but when the pizza hits your mouth its well worth the money. Yes you will have to wait a while, but think of any decent place to eat at and you will have to wait. I just watch Dom at his best pulling pies and pans out of the oven with his BARE HANDS, and love the show...Hell when i go its some free time away from the kids anyway!, For those who wrote negative reviews just go to you supermarket and buy a box of Elios to microwave because clearly you have no taste. THIS IS THE BEST PIZZA I HAVE EVER HAD, IT IS THE BEST YOU WILL EVER HAVE. my mouth just waters thinking of my next bite...im going back this weekend!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/30/2012
I don't know why this place gets good reviews. Canned sauce. Canned toppings. Basil from a box. Costco cheese. Pizza was average. If you have asthma or copd avoid this place he burns his pie crust so much these is more smoke than a cigar bar. Also cleanliness and poor food handling technique are de rigor.
Posted by SD on 11/06/2011
I have no problems accepting that their pizza is very good, though I didn't get to have any of it (so I gave them a high food rank here). However, I have a big problem with the guy who took my order. He mis-represented big time. As I stood by the counter to place my order, I asked whether a pie would be quicker, or a few slices. He said that, if I wanted more than a couple of slices, the pie would be quicker. I asked him how long, and he said, " about 40 min". I was ok with that wait, on a Saturday afternoon at 2:25, and placed the order and paid in advance. Long story short, we waited for an hour and ten minutes, the line for slices moved much faster, and we had still not received our order. In fact, by now we had figured out his process of tracking / placing orders, and there was no way we were going to get this in the next hour. I asked him again how long, and he again said "40 min or so", when we had already been waiting for 70 min! Why not announce this the first time around? Now, I don't have a problem with a $40 pizza, because it is listed. I do have a problem with someone who says the wait is 40 min, when he definitely knew that my wait was likely to be two hours or longer. I had paid in advance, so I asked for my money back, which he reluctantly gave me. It was a waste of a precious Saturday afternoon, since I made the trek from midtown. But, I am glad I saved that extra hour. I may have missed a few slices of good pizza, but after how this guy lied to me, I would not have enjoyed it. And, if you want to go, be aware that getting slices is much quicker than getting a pie, at least on a busy Saturday afternoon.
Posted by N. Brown on 05/07/2011
Hands down the best pizza in Brooklyn and maybe the world ! Well worth the wait !
Posted by Ted L on 01/04/2011
The Price is rather high but you get what you pay for. Dominick uses the best quality products. Dominick is like an artist as he makes the Pies with 5 types of cheeses, fresh Basil and Oregano. I only buy the Square Pie. The round is good but too thin for the price. It's $5 a slice. I go maybe 2 or 3 times a year.
Posted by Anson on 10/26/2010
Don't get me wrong. I've been eating here for 15 years and I love this place and Dom, but on my last visit something about the pie had changed. It had gotten smaller, the crust was brittle and overcooked, and the sauce had lost some of its zing. Back in the day this really was the best pizza in New York, maybe in the country, but the standards have slipped. No more rich, gooey, olive-oil and parmesan lush flavor, no more perfectly charred crust which is still fluffy and pliant and chewy. I used to eat a pie here and look forward to my next time back. Now, it just seems like another pizza pie.