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Wheated

905 Church Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11218 40.646692 -73.970582
nr. Coney Island Ave.  See Map | Subway Directions Hopstop Popup
347-240-2813 Send to Phone

  • Cuisine: Pizza
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Official Website

wheatedbrooklyn.com

Hours

Tue–Thu, 6pm–midnight; Fri–Sat, 6pm–1am; Sun, 5pm–11pm; Mon, closed

Nearby Subway Stops

B, Q at Church Ave.; F, G at Church Ave.

Prices

$10–$15

Payment Methods

American Express, MasterCard, Visa

Special Features

  • Dine at the Bar
  • Kid-Friendly
  • Open Kitchens / Watch the Chef
  • Take-Out

Reservations

Not Accepted

Profile

This Kensington pizzeria has a focused menu of a dozen or so pies, each named after a Brooklyn neighborhood, though the owner says the pizzas' names don't necessarily correlate with their ingredients. The front-room bar is a lively den facing Church Avenue with the main dining room in the back where a few interesting animal sculptures hang. The open kitchen boasts a view of the oven, where an even split of white and traditional pizzas are created, as well as one cheesy calzone option. The simplest pie, the Ditmas Park, tops tomato sauce with garlic, basil, Pecorino-Romano cheese, and olive oil. Substitute mozzarella and add baby arugula for the Caton Park, or keep going with gorgonzola and pineapple for the Borough Park. The Red Hook is a white pie with large, thin slices of mortadella and potato, with thyme and crushed pistachios crumbled on top, adding some crunch to an interesting mix of flavors that work well together. The Coney Island 2.0, a twist on a classic Hawaiian, has thin slices of pineapple and chorizo instead of ham, making it more spicy than sweet. Aside from the pizza menu, a couple salads are offered, like a classic Caesar with homemade croutons and salty anchovies. An extensive selection of bourbons are also available on their own or in cocktails like the bacon Old Fashioned or a gingery Horse's Neck.

Recommended Dishes

Red Hook, $15

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