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Posted by Anonymous on 09/29/2013
Excellent pizza! Tried the apps but prefer to stick to the pizzas now. One pie is enough for 2 people easily. Can be a bit chaotic when it's busy but the (once again) pizza is great. I'm a huge Grimaldi's fan but the atmosphere is much nicer here. And dare I say the pizza is better...Worth the trip to Bedstuy if you don't live here.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/21/2013
You fail to disappoint us ever! Thank you for your endless beautiful meals!
Posted by JG the killa on 08/11/2011
I just ate here last night. Loved he food and the atmosphere, but I've never felt like I had to fight so hard to get a server's attention. I felt like I was in Europe with a waiter who couldn't care less how my evening was going! I expect a lot more in the U.S. and especially in Brooklyn. They really need to step up the service because if the hospitality matched the food I would go to this place a lot.
Posted by dirtystan on 07/31/2011
I love this place, the staff is lovely and their food is consistent! Consistency is so important! And the backyard is so nice. They manage to do the "down-home southern, laid back, we wish it was 1937" thing with out being tacky in an iffy neighborhood. But I only really go for damn good pizza!
Posted by anonymous on 08/22/2010
As others have pointed out, you won't find pizza perfection here, but Saraghina is so lovely and warm that to quibble about its imperfections seems mean-spirited and beside the point. While their pizza doesn't compare to some of the more venerable NY institutions (though their mozzarella was delicious), it was certainly tasty, as was the fresh salad that we got as an appetizer. The true draw here, however, is the restaurant itself. Both the interior and the garden are softly lit, cozy and elegantly rustic. The effect is transporting, and Saraghina is a place that invites you to relax and enjoy your food, wine, and the company of your friends. Service was warm, funny, and cheerful. Saraghina was one of the most pleasurable dining experiences I've had in a while, and I have a feeling that it will only get better.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/18/2010
Living in Bed Stuy got better when we found this amazing spot. I have been back four times since my first experience and have found it nothing short of consistant and delicious. Atmosphere is chill, staff is friendly, and food is fantastic! Try the fava bean purée with the dandelion greens. Yum yum yum!!'
Posted by bonimba55 on 02/20/2010
to overpay for a soggy pizza. Great place, great salads and primi piatti. Other story the pizza, the dough was soggy and this thing that you are not allowed to add things to the pizza (cheese, mushrooms, anchovies...) was impossible. The house wine for 24 dollars we got a light chianti that tasted like vinegar. Desserts for 7 dollars were blahhh. And finally cash only, no credit cards. As a whole I have to say a bad expirience. For great salads I can stay in Manhattan