Broome County, NY has long held a huge Italian immigrant population and their offspring. As such they brought with them many skills in the building trades and most certainly good cooks. Cooking what they know and love became an instant hit. This was the food many learned to love during WWII and they brought their cravings for good italian food back to the states. A perfect marriage of immigrants coming over and our tastes that needed to be satisfied. So most likely Brozetti Pizza falls within those parameters. That being said good pizza, amazing pizza was plentiful in our area. There were no chain pizza stores just amazing family owned italian restaurants. Pizza was carried out on a large piece of heavy white paper twisted at the top to carry it. There were no pizza boxes. Pizza true pizza is round rectangles, sheets etc came about to fill our need of different and bigger and bigger. Having been to Italy, as an offspring of Italian immigrants you would be hard pressed to find a sheet pizza. Brozetti is a nice thin crust pizza, the crust is good, very good but not cravable good. The sauce is good leans on the sweet side which is a nice balance to the acidity of the tomatoes but my opinion it is not a wow sauce. It lacks a big roll your eyes punch. The cheese is good no amazing super high end blends but good and adequate. So in the age of more and more chain type pizza stores to find an old established pizza restaurant is still a gem. For those in the know, the hard core pizza perfectionists there is better. Dig a little deeper on the north side of Endicott and still a few old style traditions in Binghamton will yield possibly a crispier, more wow tang memorable pizza, but hey Brozetti's is Brozetti's and that alone garners fond memories.
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