The '80s-styled slice shop dubbed Pizza Party is kitted in pop-culture paraphernalia like Super Mario Bros. gear, Ghost Busters posters, Matchbox race cars and Super Soaker squirt guns. This 'za kid brother offers twice as many beers on tap ($6) as the breastaurant, including Harpoon UFO, Braven and Founder's All Day IPA, and a range of bottles and cans (Guinness, Coney Island, Tecate). Take a seat at a dry-erase–board table and split one of the coal-oven pies ($15–20) with punny names (God Hammit, the Hawaiian Shirt). The Can You Fig It? is topped with seared sun-dried figs, swiss chard and marinated chicken, while the Brent Is Just So Special is a daily-changing chef's choice pinned at market price.
There are also a slew of sandwiches and salads ($11–$15), like the Aunt Be Be's Chicago Italian Beef (giardiniera, au jus) and a kale Jake-Cobb salad (bacon, gorgonzola). The 45-seat shop's hours are 11am to 4am Monday through Saturday and 11am to midnight on Sunday, so Brooklynites will be able to satiate late-night cravings. Pizza Party, 254 Irving Ave between Bleecker and Manahan Sts, Bushwick, Brooklyn (no phone yet)
Take a look at the full menu:
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