âGrimaldi's Pizzeriaâ located at the southern end of the Brooklyn Bridge
âIt's a restaurant with nearly 70 years of tradition, and it's the place where you can eat the best pizza not only in Brooklyn but in all of New York â
They didn't even accept reservations , so I visited early in the evening and went there around 5 o'clock, and there were relatively plenty of seats.
A view of the exterior of the building.
It's not easy to think of it as a pizzeria, but I found out about it by looking at the name of the store.
The travel brochure contains photographs that seem to be very old
I didn't know exactly if it was remodeled or relocated or if we had found a branch.
I think there are branches not only here but also in various regions.
I saw that New York had an asterisk, so I thought this was the main place.
The appearance of a bar table
The person on the left seems to be the owner.
As it says NO TOURS CASH ONLY, all pizzas are sold one by one and only cash is accepted
Seeing that they don't accept reservations or cards is impressive, but I think it's such a popular place.
A view of the inside of the store. There also seems to be a table on the 2nd floor.
A view of a table with a simple setting
It was amazing that there was a pizza stand that I had never seen in Korea.
Personal plates, forks, and knives
This place's menu
It was a method of selecting the basic size and then selecting the desired toppings.
Order pepperoni , olives and mushrooms as additional toppings for Large Regular Pizza
If you order a pizza… Unlike some stores in Korea that only have toppings in the middle
I think they really spared no effort in posting the ingredients.
The size seems to be similar to Costco pizza. It's big enough for two adult men to eat.
I topped it with raw mozzarella cheese. The quality of the cheese seems to be good
I was very satisfied with the pizza according to the restaurant's reputation. (Although it was a bit salty)
The toppings used on pizza and the appearance of the oven
Add plenty of the ingredients there and serve.
If you're in New York and planning to eat pizza, I'd recommend this place.
Of course, if you eat pizza at other chain stores or street pizzas in New York, you can enjoy a different taste from what it tastes like in Korea, but
I think it's okay to eat properly here.
Furthermore, the location is near the Brooklyn Bridge, so it would be nice to come here for sightseeing and dining.