The Feed first look: Motorino

Decorated pie slinger Mathieu Palombino returns to Williamsburg.

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Porchetta calzone at Motorino

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Pugliese at Motorino

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Chicken wings at Motorino

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Steamed clams at Motorino

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Cake at Motorino

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Motorino

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Motorino

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Motorino

After a two-year hiatus, decorated pie slinger Mathieu Palombino returns to the borough with this 50-seat Williamsburgpizza shop on June 26th. Rustic trappings include pressed-tin ceilings, pinewood flooring and metal light fixtures. Out of a Naples-imported wood-burning oven come favorites like the Margherita and the Sopressata Piccante (spicy pepperoni, fior di latte). Palombino expands the menu with new items, including his first regular-menu calzone—a sausage-and-cheese variety dubbed the Rocky—plus the Melanzane pie (roasted eggplant, mint). Sidle up to the eight-seat marble-topped bar for cocktails, beers and regional Italian wines. 139 Broadway between Bedford and Driggs Aves, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-599-8899)

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