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All reviews pizza boscaiola italian beef pies beet salad cannoli ham gluten free crust tasty crust nice cozy place wood fire perfect crust below street level the real deal high quality ingredients new york good selection of wines
We visited here from UK, found the place from searching on trip advisor. A little out of the way from where we were staying and an area we were not too sure about (didn’t feel all that safe walking around) - but the ambiance, food,...More
This place has a great feel and great pizza. It is located on the sub-street level of a brownstone on Lenox, so kind of easy to miss if you aren't careful. Get the salsiccia (italian sausage) if you are a carnivore - it is delicious....More
The first thing to say is that this is not the #3 restaurant in NYC. However, it is a good pizzeria. Good options, good size for the (individual) pizza, good dough, cordial service. I will go there again.
Having been to Napoli a few times, we have a good sense of what wood oven pizza should taste like..Soto Casa was just excellent and what great pizzais all about. Although pizza is the star of the show, Soto's insalata's are varied, well prepared with...More
All the reviews on TripAdvisor are correct: the pizza’s in the basement of this Malcolm X brownstone house are amazing. They do not take reservations but even on a Fridaynight at 7pm we had a table immediately. Great pizza’s by the way! And good wines...More
We visited Sottocasa in December with a group of 10 people, family and relatives. The atmosphere was really nice, welcoming. We ordered different types of pizza, the ingredients were fresh and good quality but the pizza was not baked enough, maybe because they were very...More
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Sottocasa in Brooklyn is open for lunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday. I’ve definitely seen groups of 7-10 there before, probably in the back patio or the big long table in the main room. Always best to call ahead for a... More
Sottocasa in Brooklyn is open for lunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday. I’ve definitely seen groups of 7-10 there before, probably in the back patio or the big long table in the main room. Always best to call ahead for a group that size