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Chef Peter Entner (No. 7) has teamed up with Glenn Hudson (Pulino's) to sling thin-crust pizzas in the former bakery space for No. 7 Sub. The spot specializes in wacky combos like cold fried chicken with curried yellow squash, fontina, stewed collards and pickled Thai chilies, or an ode to the No. 7 Sub signature—General Tso's Tofu with miso, cottage cheese, broccoli and carrot. The menu also features a Reuben stromboli (pastrami, mozzarella, sauerkraut, Chinese mustard greens) and a kimchi roll (mozzarella, kimchi bruschetta, Thai-basil pesto, fried shallots). If you prefer more traditional fare, stick with the Brooklyn pizza, topped with tomato, mozzarella and marjoram. The 11-seat shop is decorated with a black steel bar, hanging caged Edison lightbulbs and late-'50s photos of Entner's grandfather, a Coney Island greaser, with his crew, from Bruce Davidson's photography book Brooklyn Gang.
766 Classon Ave
|Cross street:||between St. Johns and Sterling Pls|
|Transport:||Subway: 2, 3 to Eastern Pkwy–Brooklyn Museum|
|Price:||Average pizza: $14. AmEx, Diner's Club, Disc, MC, V|
|Opening hours:||Mon, Wed–Sun 11:30am–11pm|
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