The family-owned, family-style eatery has been filling its tables with authentic Old World Italian dishes, many coming from a classic wood-burning brick oven, for almost 25 years.If Moonstruck has taught us anything, it's that there's something special about being part of an Italian family: belief in the unyielding power of the moon, the amazing food and always having someone to remind you to just "snap out of it!". But let's probably focus on the food. The closest chance we have to a home-cooked Italian meal is grabbing a table at Patrizia's Pizza in Williamsburg. The family-owned, family-style eatery has been filling its tables with authentic Old World Italian dishes, many coming from a classic wood-burning brick oven, for almost 25 years.
And the cavernous dining room is filled with long communal tables perfect for large parties, or coming with a friend or two and joining a large party. The family-style menu sees dishes like burrata, grilled octopus, handmade pastas and Neopolitan pizzas that follow a 100-year-old recipe from Napels. There's also an extensive list of delicious Italian wines displayed on the walls throughout. But sorry, Cher, we definitely won't be waiting for the next bella luna to head back here.
Burrata All'Amalfitana, $13.95
Fried Calamari, $12.95
Fioretti Alla Boscaiola, $15.50
Margherita Pizza, $16
Tuesday - Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m. to midnight
Sunday, noon to 10 p.m.