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Posted by Anonymous on 03/28/2013
Delicious pizza. More expensive than classic Brooklyn style pies, but more authentic European style, thin crust, brick oven goodness. Make sure you try one of their super good salads as well. Nothing bad on the menu at this place.
Posted by Paul B. on 09/15/2012
Easily puts Grimaldi's and Lombardi's to shame. This is the definitive pizza in NYC, but not New York pizza per se... the much purer Italian alternative. Great beer list too! Some under-the-radar Italian microbrews which will make you realize Italians bring the world more than just Peroni & Morretti (bleah)... highly recommend.
Posted by Jane on 02/14/2012
First of all it arrives in 5 mins.. I am very near them.. even though they say 20 mins. It is crafted of the finest ingredients with care. Delicious. Not your greasy gooey slice... which has it's place. But a trully arstisanal pie with perfect crust and toppings in perfect proportion.
Posted by Brooklynite on 01/29/2012
The gourmet pizza of sottocasa is delicious flavorful and fresh the foccacia is also very great i highly recommend it
Posted by Mateo on 11/29/2011
The pizza at Sottocasa is perfect in every way. The crust has a nice char but it still pillowy soft. The toppings are very flavorful and have just the right amount that your pie isn't falling apart. This pizza is not for everyone as it is very refined and well thought out. The atmosphere is welcoming and warm. They just got their liquor licence and have an exotic Italian beer selection. I am not a fan of Italian wine so I don't know if they are good or not.
Posted by G Van Ullen on 11/19/2011
There's so much I want to like about this place: they source really good ingredients, they have cool pizza combinations, good service on the phone. But god, is this pretty disappointing. The 2 pizzas we ordered were really under cooked, and they both need a ton of seasoning. I don't think there was any salt in any component. Ingredients piled in the middle were fairly raw, but I will say the crust was nice and cooked. The salad was missing artichokes and some of the lettuce was rotten. Ugh. The dough is really good, but again, needs salt. Finally the "caramelized onions" in the pizza were still crisp without a hint of caramelization. Anyway, I really want to enjoy this place but wow. So far off the mark it was pretty disappointing.
Posted by M. Neighbor on 11/05/2011
When I found out that Sottocasa was opening down the street from my apartment, if felt like Christmas had come early! The staff and owners are very friendly and the atmosphere is rustic but feels spacious and modern. The pizza is awesome! Nice choice of toppings and the pie size is perfect. I have yet to try the salads but they look great! A must have is the Nutella espresso shot. I would highly recommend this place to any pizza lover who appreciates high quality, fresh ingredients and relaxed atmosphere.