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Taste as good as Grimaldy's and Johns Pizzeria. This place is amazing! Only take aways, counter service, straight from the oven and only at $3.50 a slice.
Located at Dekalb near Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.
My go-to food and it works all the time.
I've lived just a few blocks from Luigi's for nearly 15 years. (That's a long time, now that I see it in writing.) I am a local, and don't have any particular desire for non-locals to be clogging up my favorite pizza place. However, when...More
Walking up to a window & ordering a slice of NYC pizza & eating over a large flower planter? What could be better! Great experience & a great value--7.80$ for 2 slices & a Pepsi!! If your near here, don't miss it!
In the pratt neighbourhood. This slice of pizza kept me going when i was a graduate student at the pratt institute in clinton hill in brooklyn, And 12 yrs later it still packs a punch, fresh out of the oven its a slice of heaven....More
Take out a dictionary. Look up "hole in the wall". See picture of Luigi's!!! Unbelievable pizza. You could not find a smaller place to get great food. An old time, stand up at the counter, food joint. Kind of like a food truck, but in...More
Wow! Walked half block from friend's home for the tastiest pizza. She sent me over to order, just telling them what I wanted on it. Didn't know it would be some of the best pizza I've ever had. I thought she was sending me to...More
We stayed in Fort Greene and heard about the place from a friend in Denver who used to live in Brooklyn. Very legit slices! My daughter had the traditional but I tried the Buffalo chicken slice (don't laugh, it is outstanding!) We ended up bringing...More
This is the pizza I remember growing up with as a little girl, living in New York. Haven't had any REAL pizza since I left NY. When I came up from Florida to visit my son in Brooklyn, the first place he took me was...More