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  • Italian, Pizza
  • 145 Atlantic Ave, New York NY11201 40.690695 -73.995185
  • (Btwn Henry & Clinton St)
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  • (718) 855-6400
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User Ratings (Based on 9 reviews)

3.745
Food 3.6 Value 3.6
Service 4.1 Atmosphere 3.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(718) 855-6400
Website:
www.sostany.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Wed: 4pm-11pm Thu: 12pm-11pm Fri-Sat: 12pm-2am Sun: 12pm-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Outdoor Dining, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Sosta

    Posted by anonymous on 11/02/2012

    Best pizza in the neighborhood

    We tried all the restaurants that deliver pizza in the Brooklyn Heights area and Sosta was our favorite. Great toppings and the best crust by far. We have not tried the other dishes but the pizza is very good.

  • Sosta

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/02/2011

    It's okay...

    I want to support a new neighborhood restaurant and they're all very nice there. The atmosphere and decor are nice, too. The appetizers were good (vegetarian plate & salad) but the main pasta was quite bad (I can't understand how you can charge $18 for a dish and overcook the pasta....and it was swimming in oil without much taste) The pizzas looked good, though I didn't try it. Not bad - just not great.

  • Sosta

    Posted by Janet Bracco on 10/01/2011

    Amazing food

    I went to Sosta last night for the first time a very quaint location i sat at the bar with a friend and we had the most amazing food and service definately an added plus to brooklyn thanks

  • Sosta

    Posted by Victor on 06/17/2011

    A mediocrity in a decent setting

    The atmosphere is fine. Sosta has a small backyard space that is a nice place for dinner on a comfortable summer evening. The food falls far short. Sosta's lentil soup was too salty. It probably was the saltiest lentil soup I ever tasted. The margherita pizza was disappointing because the middle 1/3 of the crust was soggy. That is inexcusable in a small, $12 pizza dished up by a joint whose menu includes about 12-15 different pizza iterations. A side note: The staff was welcoming when we arrived. The server clearly was unhappy when we didn’t order alcohol, and attentiveness then declined. Hey, waiters, I get it, you want customers to order booze because it bumps up your tip. But not everyone drinks (recovering alcoholics, folks on Rx drugs, people with liver problems, diners who arrive drunk). Get over it and treat paying customers decently anyhow.

  • Sosta

    Posted by Fiona C on 05/24/2011

    By far best food in the area

    Have eaten in a lot of the restaurants in the area and this is by the far the best option. Great atmosphere- very cozy, warm and friendly. Staff was really friendly and responsive. Food was WONDERFUL! GREAT pizza. The quality and freshness of the ingredients are top-notch. Fantastic wine selection and very reasonably priced. Salad with goat cheese was excellent but the real star is their pizzas made in brick oven- thin crust, very authentic Italian, salty buffalo mozarella, freshly sliced prosciutto, crisp arugula. HIGHLY recommend!

  • Sosta

    Posted by Nick B on 03/05/2011

    Excellent pizza! Fantastic atmosphere!

    Just had dinner at Sosta for the first time. We arrived at 7:30 on a Saturday night, and I'm glad we got there so early--the place totally filled up by 8:30. Super nice neighborhoody atmosphere, wonderful service, HUGE glasses of wine, and delicious pizza. My husband started with the carpaccio, and I had the antipasto Italiano--a plate of Italian cold cuts--then we had two individual pizzas. Food was simple and delicious. Wine and tip brought the bill up to a little over $100, which is more than I usually pay for a pizza supper, but I'll definitely be back: it was that good!

  • Sosta

    Posted by foodienyc on 12/30/2010

    good stuff

    Finally stopped in to try this place, was very pleasantly surprised. Ironically, I didn't even have the pizza--they had a pasta special that night, with mushrooms and taleggio that was truly delicious. My wife had the burrata pizza and enjoyed it very much...ingredients used here are clearly high quality. Overall, a very nice experience, great ambiance too--will be back.

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