261 Moore St., Brooklyn, NY, 11206
nr. Bogart St.
By eleanor74 on 10/22/2009
I can't stand dealing with Roberta's terrible waitstaff even for delicious pizza that is 20 meters from my door. I used to really like bringing out-of towners to this place but when we're trying to work with a bitchy hostess and waiting an hour for a table we might as well go into Manhattan. 90% of the people working there are just really grumpy and angry at everyone. Maybe if their tips weren't being pooled they would have some incentive to be civil? Or the place is too crowded? All I know is that the waitstaff have cracked under the pressure and act completely unreasonably. As a waitress I know I'm not a demanding customer, after the third extremely negative experience there I'm giving up. I'll be heading over to Cafe Moto when I need a relaxed, enjoyable evening.
By cll on 1/25/2010
I love the atmosphere here - but I don't think the food was anything to write home about. Also, the service was awful.
By treetops on 12/7/2009
While I love the food and vibe here, the growing list of complaints makes me less interested in going back. I'm happy to see my neighborhood gem continue to grow and build a profitable business, but I don't understand how they simply cannot allow me to order a pizza for take-out?! The guy on the phone yesterday bit my head off while explaining that they were just too damn busy for take out. Busy or not, learn how to keep up with the growth or risk pissing off your base customers who helped you build your place up and will keep you busy when the press dies down. I'm also annoyed that every time I go I have to flag down my server and they seem annoyed that I actually need something from them. Do your job and earn your tip.
By ROCBLOG on 11/28/2011
My friends and I dined at Roberta's this past Sunday, on a friend from Florida recomendation, oddly enough. We were pleasantly surprised by the level of quality of the food and interesting selection of dishes. The wood fired pizzas were top notch and the choice of toppings sweet and savory. My wife loved the Bee Sting pizza, topped off with a drizzle of honey amoung other wonderful ingredients. The service was attentive and the decor fun and friendly, the short wait for dinner was well worth it. When you drive up to Roberta's resist your urge to keep driving, for fear of the block and graffiti covered entrance, you'll be happy you did.
By sml44 on 3/30/2009
good pizza and rest of the menu isnt bad either. weird location but doesnt matter once ur inside
By MichaelTurner75 on 5/18/2013
If you want great tasting pizzas and a great atmosphere, you should go to Roberta's. I am quite a regular over there.
By blintze on 9/30/2009
The food and vibe are just so good and it keeps getting better everytime I go
By withers1 on 10/4/2010
the service and food were both amazing. our waiter was more than nice and knowledgeable about the food, which i find very rare. the pizza is seriously incredible. i thought motorinos was the best, until i went to robertas.
By bloodsuckinglawyer on 6/29/2008
I went here with a bunch of gays on a Saturday night. The location is crazy. It's in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by warehouses and a grain elevator. But then all of a sudden you come upon Roberta's. The inside is very cool, with just the bare essentials. The food is AMAZING. It was one of the best pizzas I've ever had, comparable with Grimaldi's and Fornino. And it is just ridiculously cheap, largely because it's BYOB (or, obviously, BYOW). I was with three other people and we got appetizers and pizzas and with a 25% tip it was only $22 per person. Why did we leave a 25% tip? Because we were all obsessed with our waiter, who was the most delicious man alive. He alone is worth making the trek!
By bloodsuckinglawyer on 1/8/2009
FYI this restaurant is no longer BYOB. They serve beer (Six Point!) and wine.