Venue Info

Known For

Italian

Pizza

This red sauce Italian joint in Cobble Hill has remain unchanged since opening in 1930. The basement space is outfitted with red checkered tablecloths and red leather booths, aka it's the perfect place to enjoy brick-oven pizza made with a thick-for-New-York crust and a liberal amount of sauce and cheese. The menu also includes basic Italian dishes like spaghetti with meatballs, baked clams, and lasagna. The real star of the place is Louis, the son of the original owner who mans the dining room with a gruff and no-nonsense manner.

Pizza with pepperoni and basil
New York

Sam's

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This red sauce Italian joint in Cobble Hill has remain unchanged since opening in 1930. The basement space is outfitted with red checkered tablecloths and red leather booths, aka it's the perfect place to enjoy brick-oven pizza made with a thick-for-New-York crust and a liberal amount of sauce and cheese. The menu also includes basic Italian dishes like spaghetti with meatballs, baked clams, and lasagna. The real star of the place is Louis, the son of the original owner who mans the dining room with a gruff and no-nonsense manner.