Roma Pizza & Restaurant
Nearby Subway Stops
2, 3 at Grand Army Plaza; B, Q at Seventh Ave.
- No Alcohol
8th St. to Flatbush Ave., Prospect Park West to Fourth Ave.
The search for a great slice in Park Slope is a hot topic of debate among pizza lovers, but loyal fans of Roma Pizza will tell you that this clean, inviting Seventh Avenue joint has been making the neighborhood’s best pies since it opened in 1982. The store, enlivened with a tile, watercolor mural of an Italian garden scene, turns out generous slices and piping-hot pies with a focus on garden-fresh ingredients, such as the plum tomatoes, garlic, and basil that top the popular Grandma Pie. Roma’s thin-crust pizzas are especially crispy and square-cut Sicilian slices extra-doughy. The store has only five booths—the tables were removed to meet Health Department guidelines—but plenty of patrons, including crowds of Berkeley Carroll schoolkids, savor their slices in true New York style, standing along the narrow counter that lines one of the walls.Recommended Dishes
Grandma slice, $3
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