Di Fara Pizza, Williamsburg

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NEW YORK CITY | When it comes to New York pizza, Di Fara Pizza is an icon. The original in Midwood was founded by Caserta, Italy, born Domenico “Dom” De Marco in 1965, but today you can also enjoy their pizzas at a second location in Williamsburg’s North 3rd Street Market.

Many in NYC say that Di Fara is their favourite pizza spot in the city and it’s easy to see why. Thin crusted pizzas with a nicely charred, crispy crust and a soft, springy middle. There’s a few toppings available, but the classic cheese pizza is definitely the way to go.

Sweet tomato sauce, a three cheese blend of cow’s milk mozzarella, buffalo mozzarella and parmigiano reggiano, fresh basil, and olive oil. A great example of why, when it comes to pizza, simple is best.

Di Fara Pizza (Williamsburg)

North 3rd Street Market
103 N 3rd Street
Brooklyn
New York 11249
United States

Telephone: 929 294 9464
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 11:00am to 9:00pm

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