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Totonno Pizzeria Napolitana
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 12:00 – 8:00 pm
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1524 Neptune Ave Brooklyn, NY 11224
1524 Neptune AveUSNY11224
(718) 372-8606
$$Pizza Restaurant, European RestaurantToday 12:00 – 8:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 12:00 – 8:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 8:00 pmFriday 12:00 – 8:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 8:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 8:00 pm
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Beloved old-school joint furnishing thin-crust coal-oven pizza to Coney Island crowds since 1924.- Google
People talk about coney island, brick oven, thin crust, fresh mozzarella and slice
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Drake Maxwell
reviewed 5 months ago
Delicious pizza! Fresh sauce and cheese cooked in a coal-fired oven. And what a nostalgic atmosphere. If you find yourself in Coney Island, stop in and pick up a slice. Just watch out for the drink prices. The cute 8 oz. Coca Cola bottles will set you back a whopping $2.50. Get the cans instead, or better yet go around the corner to the convenience store.
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Jose Santiago
reviewed 7 months ago
Amazing Pizza, White pizza a must try! Fresh mozzarella, olive oil, garlic...Delicious. I also ordered their regular pie...Awesome! They only sell by the pie not by the slice.
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Jeffrey Diamond
reviewed 9 months ago
Coal fired oven, old timey coke bottles, wooden bench seating with red checkered table cloths, now THIS is a pizza place. No slices here, pies only. Come early when they run out they are done. I would rate Totonnos as #1 on my must eat pizza places in NYC. I just love this place.
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Kawang Wong
reviewed 8 months ago
One slice just isn't going to cut it. Came here the day of the Mermaid Festival, boy was it packed. Took at least 2 hours to get in here because they refused to do pizzas to go, so a line formed. The were probably afraid of pizza reselling, perhaps there was limited help, and they could generate more revenue via tips if customers dined in. When we finally got in, we ordered 4 plain slices for each of us and waited approximately 20 minutes, but it was definitely worth the wait. First off, the pizza is thin sliced, the cheese isn't evenly placed, but on the center and sprinkled. The cheese is not typical pizza cheese, it's a bit like ricotta, I'm not sure what it was, but it was good. The sauce isn't overflowing like some pizzas, which is a good thing, and it didn't take away from the taste of the cheese. The service wasn't great, it was mediocre at best. I assume this was because of the line outside and the huge influx of people wanting to come in. Completely understandable, but even the water became self serve, which bothered me a bit because I honestly didn't see the waitress do anything. I'm sure they were tired, considering that it was near the end of the day and they were actually nearing closing time. Perhaps I'll get better service next time, definitely coming back for more of those slices of italian heaven. Decor is definitely nice, very cluttered with historic pieces of pictures, histories, and news articles, making it look old fashion. Experience overall was okay, pizzas were really well made and good, service could be a little better.
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Susan Miano
reviewed 11 months ago
The gauge by which all New York style pizza should be measured. A lesson should be learned by this place: dough (perfect), mozzarella (also perfect) and tomatoes (pure and true) are all that is necessary to elevate this perfect food to legendary status. Bravo to this old-school, family-run landmark which makes no apologies for its "attitude" because it has earned the right!
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Lenny Markh
reviewed 11 months ago
The pizza is incredible. I was worried that the quality suffered after hurricane sandy but it really was as great as always. It really is the best pizza in Brooklyn, but service might be a tad slow at times so don't go in there expecting to eat 5 minutes after arrival. Decor is awesome as it spans almost 100 years of history and is fun to look at, but don't expect fine dining with silverware and crystal. Pizza is peasant food and you better be eating with your hands. Enjoy it since Totonno's is a rare experience.
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