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The Brooklyn Pizza Factory
Nearby Subway Stops
C at Clinton-Washington Aves.; B, Q at Seventh Ave.; 2, 3 at Bergen St.
$5.50-$24 (whole pie)
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Delivery after 10pm
- No Alcohol
Garfield St. to Atlantic Ave., Bedford Ave. to Fourth Ave.
This venue is closed.
The Brooklyn Pizza Factory opened in 2008 on a stretch of Vanderbilt Avenue in great need of a slice joint. There are options galore that make up for this place's tart sauce and dry crust. Most of the creative picks are successful, like a hearty chicken bruschetta, with ample chunks of ripe tomato and meat, and a tangy vodka pie with fresh mozzarella. The pasta dishes are somewhat lackluster, but Italian heroes and rolls are as stuffed as they should be. Just keep in mind that for dining in, you may have to wait for a seat, and there isn't much to look at as you stand around: a wall of newspaper clippings featuring comics and pop-culture icons like Axl Rose. And once you're seated, you'll be served in to-go containers.Recommended Dishes
Vodka sauce with fresh mozzarella pizza, $20; manicotti, $8
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